Collaboratrices et collaborateurs de l'IDHEAP

Administration centrale

Nom Fonction Domaine d'activité
a Marca Valérie Coordinatrice événements
Secrétaire aux études
Evènements, FORDIF, Mobilité Master PMP Internationale
Baldet Aïssatou Coordinatrice administrative Coordination secrétariat et communication
Bodou Violaine Répondante d'application digitale Site web et CRM
Félix Sandra Secrétaire aux études Doctorat, commission pour l’enseignement et CEMAP
Janssens Sabine Secrétaire aux études Master PMP, Mobilité suisse
Momoh-Pochon Nicole Réceptionniste Accueil, information, réservation des salles et secrétariat
Pralong Isabelle Secrétaire RH et finances Finances et RH
Steiner Dhouha Adjointe de direction Coordination du secrétariat central, Communication et marketing
Yavavli Fatma Secrétaire aux études MPA, DAS et CAS

Membres de l’IDHEAP (par ordre alphabétique)

Kirklies Pascale-Catherine

Coordonnées Curriculum Recherches Enseignements Publications

Axes de recherche

Transforming citizen-state interactions: A Dualistic Perspective
Cumulative dissertation on "Transforming citizen-state interactions: A Dualistic Perspective" consisting of three independent research projects:

1. Agile practices in public administrations - qualitative interviews with 19 public administrations on all three political levels in Germany
2. Digital inequalities and the role of platform design - collaboration with the city government of Zurich, Switzerland - quantitative survey experiment
3. Administrative burden in citizen-state interactions - work in progress

Publication in international scientific journals using a double-blind peer review process.

 

Contrats et Mandats

Affective, Symbolic, and Instrumental Motives Underlying Teenagers’ Mobility Behavior: A Retrospective Study
2023 - 2024
The research project “Affective, Symbolic, and Instrumental Motives Underlying Teenagers’ Mobility Behavior: A Retrospective Study” is funded by the Swiss federal railways (SFR) Research Fund. Teenagers' travel mode preferences are developed early on, and public transport is often viewed as less attractive than cars. This project will study the factors that influence teenagers' mobility behavior in Switzerland, with the goal of understanding how to influence them to choose public transport more often.
Collaborators:
Oliver Neumann – Principal Investigator (Professor at IDHEAP, University of Lausanne)
Gilles Chatelain (Postdoc at IDHEAP, University of Lausanne)
Pascale-Catherine Kirklies (PhD Student at IDHEAP, University of Lausanne)

The peer effects of community live demonstration events on residential photovoltaic adoption.
2023 - 2024
The research project "Can solar parties make photovoltaic socially contagious? The peer effects of community live demonstration events on residential photovoltaic adoption" is funded by CLIMACT, an interdisciplinary center for climate impact and action from the University of Lausanne (UNIL) and the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). This project explores the key role of residential Photovoltaic (PV) systems in the transition towards renewable energy. Since many homeowners struggle to adopt PV due to technical complexity, administrative burden, and inertia, this project studies the potential of solar parties, which are community-oriented events hosted by local volunteers that can help to overcome these barriers. Central goals of the project are a better understanding of the micro-level mechanisms underlying peer effects in PV diffusion and formulating best practices on organizing solar parties for governments.
Collaborators:
Oliver Neumann – Principal Investigator (Professor at IDHEAP, University of Lausanne)
Claudia Binder (Professor at EPFL)
Gilles Chatelain (Postdoc at IDHEAP, University of Lausanne)
Maria Anna Hecher (Postdoc at EPFL)
Mert Duygan (Postdoc at EPFL)
Pascale-Catherine Kirklies (PhD Student at IDHEAP, University of Lausanne)


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