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Sciences Po Toulouse Organising Committee

The local hosts work alongside the ECPR Events Team to organise the Joint Sessions of Workshops.

Oliver Brossard

Olivier Brossard holds a PhD in economics. He has been a full professor at Sciences Po Toulouse since 2005, and Director since November 2016. He previously worked at the OFCE, Sciences Po Paris, and for five years was full professor at the Université de Savoie. 

His research themes are organised around three topics:

  • prudential regulation; stability of the banking system; financialisation
  • the study of the determinants of innovation and public policies regarding innovation
  • the analysis of corporate ownership and control.

Olivier has published in academic journals such as Industry and Innovation, Industrial and Corporate Change, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Research Policy, etc.

Olivier Baisnee

Olivier Baisnée is associate professor in political science at Sciences Po Toulouse. He has been director of research at the IEP since 2016. He is a member of the Laboratoire des Sciences Sociales du Politique (LaSSP-IEP de Toulouse) of which he was Deputy Director from 2012 to 2016.

His research areas include the sociology of journalism and communication, the political sociology of the EU, social movements and labour conflicts.

Recent publications include:

  • Quand ils ont fermé l'usine (When they closed down the factory) Agone, coll. l'ordre des choses, 2017, with Jérémie Nollet
  • 'Journalism as field', Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication, Oxford University Press, 2019; with Risto Kunelius and Sergio Splendore
  • 'Professionalisms and journalism history: Lessons from European variations' in the European Handbook of Communication History, Routledge, 2d ed, 2019
  • 'A study in journalistic boredom: The contested (political) nature of EU news' in Raymond Kuhn & Rasmus Nielssen (ed.), Political Journalism in transition, I. B. Tauris, 2013 and with Sandra Vera Zambrano
  • 'Realms of influence on media accountability' in Susan Fengler et al. (ed.), Media Accountability and Transparency in Europe, Peter Lang 2014.


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