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OSC Papers Collection

Since 2019, OSC Papers is the current collection of working papers published by the Observatoire sociologique du changement.
It follows the previous collections Notes & Documents de l'OSC (2000-2018) and before, the Cahiers de l'observatoire sociologique du changement (between 1992 and 2000).

This collection covers a variety of documents related to social inequality: communications at colloquia, conferences, reports, methodological notes, publications in preparation for the publication of an article in a scientific journal or a book, etc.

The texts are written by permanent researchers, associates or doctoral students.  Free diffusion under Creative Commons BY 4.0 licence.

Editorial manager: Agnès van Zanten - Edition: Bernard Corminboeuf

OSC Papers 2019-1, Caste links. Quantifying social identities using open-ended questions, Mathieu Ferry [EN]
OSC Papers 2019-2, L'expérience sociale du handicap, Anne Revillard
OSC Papers 2019-3, Relative risk aversion models: How plausible are their assumptions?, Carlo Barone, Katherin Barg, Mathieu Ichou
OSC Papers 2020-1, Living through lockdown: Social inequalities and transformations during the Covid-19 crisis in France, Ettore Recchi et al.
OSC Papers 2021-1, The intersection of organizational inequalities. How gender, migrant status, and class inequality relate to each other in French workplaces, Olivier Godechot, Mirna Safi & Matthew Soener
OSC Papers 2022-1, Participation in the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program: A Synthesis of the Literature, Molly Sheridan and Coline Ferrant
OSC Papers 2022-3, Within-Job Gender Pay Inequality in 15 Countries, Andrew Penner, Trond Petersen, Are Skeie Hermansen, Anthony Rainey, István Boza, Marta Elvira, Olivier Godechot, Martin Hällsten, Lasse Folke Henriksen, Feng Hou, Aleksandra Kanjuo-Mrčela, Joe King, Naomi
Kodama, Tali Kristal, Alena Křížková, Zoltán Lippényi, Silvia Melzer, Eunmi Mun, Paula Apascaritei, Dustin Avent-Holt, Nina Bandelj, Gergely Hajdu, Jiwook Jung, Andreja Poje, Halil Sabanci, Mirna Safi, Matthew Soener, Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, and Zaibu Tufail