Christophe Boutin

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Christophe Boutin (born 1959) is a French political scientist. Doctor of political sciences and public law, he is a professor at the Université de Caen,[1] after having been on the staff of the Université de Bourgogne.

After a thesis on the political thought of Julius Evola, he focused his research on electoral studies, the question of decentralisation and on political parties in France.

Publications[edit]

  • Politique et tradition. Julius Evola dans le siècle (1898–1974), Paris, Éditions Kimé, 1992.
  • With Frédéric Rouvillois, Quinquennat ou septennat ?, Paris, Flammarion, 2000.
  • (ed.) with Frédéric Rouvillois, L'abstention électorale, apaisement ou épuisement, lecture, 29–30 November 2001, Organised by CENTRE (Centre d'études normand sur la théorie et la régulation de l'État), Paris, F.-X. de Guibert, 2002.
  • (ed) with Frédéric Rouvillois, Décentraliser en France. Idéologies, histoire et prospective, CENTRE lecture, 28 and 29 November 2002, Caen, Paris, F.-X. de Guibert, 2003.
  • (ed.) with Frédéric Rouvillois, Partis politiques et démocratie. Inséparables mais incompatibles, CENTRE lecture, November 2004, Caen, Paris, F.-X. de Guibert, 2005.
  • Gens de mer au travail, work coordinated by Christophe Boutin, Jean-Louis Lenhof, Élisabeth Ridel, published by Pôle Maritime, introduction by André Zysberg, Caen, Maison de la recherche en sciences humaines de Caen, 2007.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Parlons d’autre chose". Dedefensa (in French). 18 June 2008. Retrieved 16 February 2011.