Les webinaires à Sciences Po Grenoble – UGA reviennent avec un nouveau format pour 2022.
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Webinaires passés :
- Le 27 avril 2022 : « The effect of political leaders’ faces on foreign direct investment inflows » par Sophie Panel (Sciences Po Grenoble-UGA et Cesice)
Numerous experimental studies show that the first impressions that individuals spontaneously form from the faces of their interlocutors can significantly influence their investment decisions; however, it is not clear whether these effects survive outside the laboratory. We therefore investigated whether foreign direct investment (FDI) flows are influenced by whether the leader of the recipient country looks competent and/or trustworthy. We had the faces of 276 dictators rated by anonymous respondents recruited online via the Amazon MTurk platform. We then tested via regression analyses whether these ratings predicted FDI inflows to countries governed by these leaders (period 1975-2010). The results indicate that dictators who give the impression of competence attract more FDI, but that this is not the case for those who appear trustworthy.
- Le 23 mars 2022 : « All fun and games? Innovating in training and research on soft skills for international teamwork » par Anne Bartel-Radic et Danielle Taylor
In 2018, the InterCCom project was established to create a serious game for pedagogy and research in intercultural management. Today, after 4 years of collaboration with an international and interdisciplinary team, the project has grown to include:
- an innovative, experiential (simulated) learning method through digital serious games,
- a digital platform called GenaGame, which was developed specifically to implement this method and where the games are constructed and housed,
- a series of four digital serious games, called LINK, CRIT, ELITE and MYM, on the themes of intercultural competence, conflict management, communication, and social responsibility, all within the context of global virtual teams.
In this webinar, we will present the principles and advantages of serious games for pedagogy, a state of the art on the soft skills necessary for international teamwork, and how the experimental research methodology we have developed helps advance new understandings.
- Le 9 mars 2022 : « What unites and divides the environmental movement? Ideological consensus and conflict amongst French climate activists » par nos chercheurs du laboratoire PACTE : Chloe Alexandre, Florent Gougou et Simon Persico
The environmental movement has taken a step further in the recent years, with the birth of new organizations using new repertoires and gathering unprecedented numbers of supporters and activists around the globe. Yet, several issues continue to divide this movement. How do contemporary climate activists position themselves vis-à-vis those debates? What values define the environmental movement and what ideological conflicts divide climate activists taking part to it? In order to answer those questions, this article starts by recollecting seven main ideological debates that have divided the environmental movement since its origins: 1. Degrowth vs. Productivism; 2. Ecocentrism vs. Anthropocentrism; 3. Democracy vs. Authoritarianism; 4. Neo-Malthusianism vs. Egalitarianism; 5. Individual responsibility vs. Governmental action; 6. Collapsology vs. Eco-optimism; 7. Technophobia vs. Techno-modernism 8. Post-colonial ecofeminism vs. Traditional Western values vs. We then assess the conflict dimensions that shape the ideological space of the climate movement, based on a multiple component analysis of a large on-line ad hoc survey of more than 10,000 respondents close to the climate movement. We show that, in a context of high consensus between respondents on most environmental issues, two main conflict dimensions shape the ideological space of French climate activism. The first and most powerful one pits “light-green” activists against more radical ones. The second conflict dimension relates to the room left for individual freedom relative to state control. Our results also confirm the growing alignment of the environmental conflict along the Left-AbstractRight divide.