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I am a CNRS senior economist. I have recently studied the retirement decision of married people and I plan to study older women's labor supply next. I am also interested in the economics of nursing homes.
I have also investigated the effects of terrorim on labour supply and well-being (work in progress with David Margolis and Andrew Clark).
I have studied employment and time allocation effects of retirement policy changes, without neglecting possible spillover effects on marital stability. Some of this work is together with Arthur van Soest, and Karina Doorley. I have also worked with Dan Hamermesh on long hours of Americans versus Europeans (see publication list).