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PAST RECIPIENTS: ALLIANCE CALL FOR JOINT PROJECTS

Winners 2011

> Beyond national history: State formation in transnational perspective: Institutions, political practices and society
Annick Lempérière (Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne) and Pablo Piccato (Columbia University)

> Long-term investment and R&D decisions under uncertainty: theory and applications to Multinational Firms’ Production Decisions
Jean-Pierre Ponssard (Ecole Polytechnique) and Catherine Thomas (Columbia Business School)

> Human rights and economic globalization: the Columbia-Sciences Po partnership for transnational advocacy
Jeremy Perelman (Sciences Po Law School) and Peter Rosenblum (Columbia Law School)

Winners 2010

> Elites Research Network
Christophe Charle (Paris I), Shamus Khan (Columbia), Patrick Le Galès (Sciences Po), Bertrand Réau (Paris I), Sudhir Venkatesh (Columbia) and Dorian Warren (Columbia)

> Pakistan: The Most Dangerous Decade Begins?
Christophe Jaffrelot (Sciences Po) and Alfred Stepan (Columbia)

> Validation of Maternal Mortality collected during Retrospective Interviews by the Sisterhood Estimator
Armelle Andro (Paris I) and Stéphane Helleringer (Columbia)

Winners 2009

> Competition in Medieval Europe (c.500-c.1300)
Adam Kosto (Columbia University) and Régine Le Jan (Universite Paris I)

> Disaster and Innovation in Organizations: Reinventing Public Health in France
Constance Nathanson (Columbia University) and Henri Bergeron (Sciences Po)

Winners 2008

> Assessing Multiple Risks in the Context of Sustainable Development
Bob Chen (Columbia University) and Eric Strobl (Ecole Polytechnique)

> Colonialisms and Imperialisms: Comparisons, Confrontations, Connections in the Study of Imperial Power Formations
Emmanuelle Saada (Columbia University) and Romain Bertrand (Sciences Po)

> Desiring the Good in Plato
Katja Vogt (Columbia University) and Dimitri El Murr (Université Paris I)

Winners 2007

> Globalization and Politics in Africa
Mamadou Diouf (Director of the Institute for African Studies at Columbia), Béatrice Hibou (SciencesPo CERI), Michel Sauquet (SciencesPo), Jacqueline Klopp (Director of the Program in Economic and Political Development at SIPA)

> Public Health Policy in France: Crisis and Change
Constance A. Nathanson (Columbia Mailman School of Public Health), Henri Bergeron (SciencesPo, Chaire Sante)

> Challenges to Diverse Models of Secularism in the United States, France and Turkey

Denis Lacorne (Sciences Po CERI), Alfred Stepan (SIPA).

Winners 2006

> Contribution to an Intellectual and Social History of the Martingale Approach in Modern Finance
Perry Mehrling (Economics, Barnard College, Columbia University) and Christian Walter (Economics, SciencesPo)

> European Politics in a Comparative Perspective: an Education and Research Project
Florence Faucher-King (SciencesPo– CEVIPOF) and Dana R. Fisher (Sociology, Columbia University)

Winners 2005

> Improved Biofuel Cells through Protein Engineering and Computational Physics
Scott Banta (Chemical Engineering, Columbia University) and Alfonso Jaramillo (Laboratory of Bio-Chemistry, Ecole Polytechnique)

> Museum Studies, Launching New Programs at Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Columbia University
Anne Higonnet (Art History, Columbia University and Barnard College) and Dominique Poulot (Art History, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)

> Competitive Equilibrium with Moral Hazard
Bernard Salanie (Department of Economics, Columbia University) and Jerome Pouyet (Department of Economics, Ecole Polytechnique).

> French and American NGOs, Differences in Discourses and Practices
François Rubio (SciencesPo and Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) and Coralie Bryant (Columbia University)

Winners 2004

> How to Teach Hard Sciences to Non-scientific Students: The Case of Environmental Issues
Patrick Louchouarn (Columbia University), Pascal Delisle (SciencesPo), and Laurence Tubiana (IDRI)

> Dynamics at Biological Membrane/Water Interfaces
Jean-Louis Martin (Laboratory for Optics and Biosciences, Ecole Polytechnique) and Kenneth B. Eisenthal (Chemistry, Columbia University)

Winners 2003

> Finance, Capitalism and Redistribution of Wealth
Edmund Phelps (Columbia University), David Jestaz (SciencesPo and Columbia University), and Nicolas Couderc (Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, SciencesPo)

> Hegemony, Transatlantic Relations, and Ethics
Jack Snyder (Columbia University) and Ariel Colonomos (SciencesPo–CERI)




 

Created in the fall 2002, the Alliance Program is a non-profit transatlantic joint-venture between Columbia University and three French prestigious institutions, The École Polytechnique, Sciences Po and the Université of Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne.


Alliance is an innovative program whose aim is to initiate and accompany new initiatives in the fields of education cooperation, research collaboration, and policy outreach. Over the last four years the Alliance’s scope of activities have included the organization of numerous academic conferences both in Paris and in New York, the setting up of international multidisciplinary research teams, and the creation of joint-courses and curricula targeting the students of its founding partners.