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- (n°2) Do you know this figure? “The shorter workweek and worker wellbeing: Evidence from Portugal and France” - By Anthony Lepinteur : http://bit.ly/2nm55Tl
- The PSE’s Newsletter (December 2016) is available online.
- “5 papers... in 5 minutes !” - November 2016
- (Replay) 9 Nov. 2016: Tim Harford « Échouez si vous voulez réussir ! »
- (A word from...) Jean-François Laslier: “Other voting systems are possible”
- (Replay) Quelle est la place d’un économiste dans la décision publique en santé ? by Lise Rochaix.
- “5 papers... in 5 minutes!” - October 2016
- (replay) Sir Angus Deaton’s lecture « Understanding and misunderstanding randomized controlled trials » is available online
- (n°1) Do you know this figure?: “Income and earnings inequality in Great Britain: the Gini coefficient, 1978 to 2009”. By Mike Brewer (Essex University, IFS) and Liam Wren-Lewis (PSE, INRA)
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