Paris-Dauphine University (Université Paris-Dauphine) is a public research and higher education institution in Paris, France, founded in 1968 and dedicated to sciences of organisation and decision.
Dauphine, as it’s often named, has developed a very specific and renowned positioning for sciences of organization and decision within academia : multidisciplinary approach (social sciences, management, finance, economics, law, mathematics and computer science), interests for both public and private sectors and links between them, sharp quantitative analysis. Dauphine is a selective university with the status of “Grand Etablissement”.
The House of Public Affairs of the Paris-Dauphine University is meant to highlight existing training courses and researches in public affairs and to develop new initiatives between them with partnerships with the public sector institutions. Aligned with and benefiting from the Dauphine three-fold specificity, the House of Public Affairs can offer training and thinking on many topics related to the public sector on a multi-disciplinary approach, including a very fruitful complementarity between qualitative and quantitative methods. Through the House of Public Affairs, Dauphine will increase its public policy knowledge, training and research at the service of its democratic mission as an academic key actor.