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The aim of Telos is to improve the policy debate in France - particularly in economics, where misconceptions and ideological bias tend to dominate in the media and individual discussions. Telos aims in particular to include contributions from economists and political scientists, as well as occasionally publishing articles written by non-academic authors. Telos is directed by Zaki Laidi, Professor of Political Sciences at Sciences-Po in Paris, assisted in economics by Lionel Fontagné and Charles Wyplosz.

Since it was started at the end of 2005, Telos has become highly visible in the French media and in the blogosphere. It has also brought to the attention of the media and the public many younger authors who did not play a role in policy debates and are now in great demand: this is a particularly satisfying achievment. Telos has also diversified its activities by creating a book collection under its own name with Hachette, a major French publisher. Three titles have appeared so far and a fourth is under preparation. Each year, Telos also publishes a “best of” book that collects selected articles from its website.

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The aim of Telos is to improve the policy debate in France - particularly in economics, where misconceptions and ideological bias tend to dominate in the media and individual discussions. Telos aims in particular to include contributions from economists and political scientists, as well as occasionally publishing articles written by non-academic authors. Telos is directed by Zaki Laidi, Professor of Political Sciences at Sciences-Po in Paris, assisted in economics by Lionel Fontagné and Charles Wyplosz.

Since it was started at the end of 2005, Telos has become highly visible in the French media and in the blogosphere. It has also brought to the attention of the media and the public many younger authors who did not play a role in policy debates and are now in great demand: this is a particularly satisfying achievment. Telos has also diversified its activities by creating a book collection under its own name with Hachette, a major French publisher. Three titles have appeared so far and a fourth is under preparation. Each year, Telos also publishes a “best of” book that collects selected articles from its website.