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Saadi Lahlou

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Saadi Lahlou has a multi-disciplinary background (economist statistician, human biology, PhD and habilitation in Psychology). Prior to the IEA in Paris, he has directed four research units (Consumer Research Department at Crédoc, Social Forecast Unit then the Laboratory of Design for Cognition at EDF R&D, Department of Social Psychology at LSE) and sat in the steering committee of the Commissariat Général du Plan. Since 2009 he has been Chair in Social Psychology at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has worked among other topics on the links between representations and behavior; his recent research focuses on digital ethnography and the impact of context on behavior.

He is the successor to Professor Gretty Mirdal as director of the Paris IEA since September 2018.

Round table organised by the IEA in Paris as part of the Nuit des Débarts
17 Jul 2019 17:10 -
17 Jul 2019 17:40,
Bergerac :
Images des mondes agricoles dans la société: l’état de chocs ?
28 Mar 2019 11:30 -
28 Mar 2019 12:00,
Namur :
Comment repenser les administrations publiques de manière à faciliter la transition vers le territoire intelligent : apports de la Théorie des Installations
05 Mar 2019 18:30 -
05 Mar 2019 20:00,
Paris :
How can we change the world? Channelling behaviour with Installations
Lecture series organized by CRI and Paris IAS
05 Mar 2019 18:30 -
25 Jun 2019 20:00,
Paris :
Sciences in Context
Round tables within the framework of the Nuit des Idées at the Paris IAS
31 Jan 2019 21:00 -
31 Jan 2019 23:30,
Paris :
Rassembler, légitimer et diffuser le savoir, hier, aujourd’hui et demain
22 Jan 2019 18:30 -
22 Jan 2019 20:00,
Paris :
How can we change the world? Channelling behaviour with Installations
Round table organized by the Paris IAS within the framework of the "Nuit des Débats"
07 Dec 2018 19:00 -
07 Dec 2018 21:00,
Paris :
Contraindre ou inciter ? Le politique et le changement des comportements individuels

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