Activities of CREM are structured in three thematic pillars
CREM research is structured in three thematic pillars. These pillars characterize and rely on the expertise of our center evidenced by the publications, contracts, prizes and awards of our researchers. Pillars also correspond to the strategic research goals defined by our parent univesrities and by CNRS. Research pillars are defined for a 5-year long period. They may evolve over time as opportunities, contracts and new institutional orientations emerge. Each pillar is headed by a team leader backed up by some researchers of th different sites. Pillars benefit from a dedicated budget.
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Public Policy, Voting and Democracy
Political systems and Institutions, social politics and inequalities, macroeconomic and european policies, energy and environmental...
Organizations, Networks, Digital
Businnes, Franchise and Logistics, Markets and Regulation, Innovation and Entrepreneurship