I'm coordinating and participating in different research projects focused on sociological and political economy of labor market, social networks and public policy in Latin America and Africa.
i. Political economy of labor market and social policy: Quality of employment and policy network analysis
- Diversity of employment regimes - Quality of employment characteristics and measures - Public policy and inter-organizational network analysis
ii. Socio-economics and institutional economics: Personal networks, labor market stratification and social protection practices
- Labor market stratification and social mobility - Social capital, personal networks and labor market outcomes - Personal and community networks, risk sharing and social protection
FAPPA - Making Public Policies in Africa 2018-2019
Construction of the national social protection policy in Madagascar FRENCH DEVELOPMENT AGENCY Consultance
J.-P. Berrou & A. Piveteau (s. dir.), T. Deguilhem, L. Delpy, C. Gondard-Delcroix (2020). Qui pilote si personne ne gouverne ? La politique de protection sociale à Madagascar au prisme de l’analyse des réseaux sociaux, Document de travail, Projets PROTECT et FaPPA, Bordeaux, 110 p. [HAL version]
Mapping social networks and community strategies in Southern in Madagascar WORLD BANK Consultance
Research report forthcoming (2020 expected)
Personal network analysis in Colombia's labor market ECOS-COLCIENCIAS International academic cooperation project
The REDES project was born as an initiative of multiple actors willing to work together to understand how social ties can influence individuals´ job search. This project proposes an original system of surveys in three steps conducted by the DANE, the University of Los Andes and the University of Bordeaux. The first stage, using an administrative database (Great Integrated Household Survey), captures the characteristics of employed people and their jobs to the scale of the metropolitan area of Bogota. The second stage, linked to the first one (REDES Quantitative Survey), shows the influence of personal network dimensions on labor market outcomes. The third stage identifies the relational embeddedness of the employment dynamics through narrative interviews (REDES Narrative Survey). Thus, with this methodology, applied to the geographical area of Bogota, we propose to revisit the results on the differential impacts of networks in the labor market. This project clarifies the relational practices of social actors. This original analysis leads us to establish bridges with other thematics in social sciences (inequality, stratification and segregation in urban labor market).
International scientific cooperation program (2016-2018) REDES - Social Network Surveys and Analysis in Bogota's labor market. 38,000 EUR University of Bordeaux - University of Los Andes
Personal Network data : Quantitative survey (2016-2017) REDES STEP 1: Cross-sectional network data matched with household data. 18,000 EUR University of Los Andes - Sciences Po Bordeaux - University of Bordeaux - DANE
Personal Network and Employment Trajectory data : Qualitative survey (2017-2018) REDES STEP 2: Narrative data and statistical analysis. 3,000 EUR University of Los Andes - Sciences Po Bordeaux