How can we assess the impact of deliberation on people's votes?

Dialogues économiques
Consensus conferences, citizens' assemblies, neighbourhood councils, etc. Since the 1980s, deliberation has emerged as a response to the crisis of democracy. But how do you measure its value and impact? For the first time, a team of researchers has studied the role of the tools used to gather participants' opinions.
May 22nd 2024
Reference
Sy M. M., Figuières C., Rey-Valette H., HowarthR. B., De Wit, R., 2022, « Valuation of ecosystem services and social choice : The impact of deliberation in the context of two different aggregation rules ». Social Choice and Welfare.

Previously issued

  • Dialogues économiques

Building your identity on a minefield

Can mining influence the way in which we identify ourselves? According to economists Nicolas Berman, Mathieu Couttenier and Victoire Girard, mining in Africa may intensify feelings of ethnic belonging, by generating feelings of deprivation among the local population. Mining could therefore help explain ethnic fragmentation and certain conflicts observed in Sub-Saharan Africa.
June 05th 2024
  • Op-Ed

Les bénéfices écologiques d'une économie punitive

Only in French - Op-ed article by Alain Trannoy (EHESS / AMSE) published by Les Echos
May 30th 2024
  • Press

Interview of Fanny Henriet

Only in French | Fanny Henriet (CNRS / AMSE) nominated for the Prix du meilleur jeune économiste 2024, which rewards excellence in research and its contribution to public debate.
May 28th 2024