Economics serving society
Caroline Coly

Caroline Coly

PhD student

Paris School of Economics, EHESS

Campus Jourdan – 48, boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris

4th floor, office 54

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Research groups: Labour and Public Economics
  • Labour Markets
  • Education
  • Public policy
  • Work organization and employment relations

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  • Primary Field: Labour Economics
  • Secondary Fields: Gender, Education
  • References: Eric Maurin, Paola Profeta, Almudena Sevilla
  • Job Market PAPER: It’s a man’s world: culture of abuse, MeToo and worker flows
  • Brief Candidate Profile:

    Caroline is an applied microeconomist working at the intersection of labor economics and education, with a particular focus on gender norms. She exploits employer-employee administrative data sets and uses quasi-experimental econometric designs to better understand the dynamics that drive and propagate gender inequalities.

Thesis Supervisor: MAURIN Eric

Academic year of registration: 2018/2019

Thesis title: Three Essays on Gender Inequality in Labour Markets

Year of thesis defense: 2021/2022

Date of thesis defense: 3 November 2022


Labour economics, Gender, economics of education .



Master in Public Policy and Development (2018) - Paris School of Economics

Dual Master in Economics and in Models and Methods of Quantitative Economics (2017) - Sciences Po Paris and Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University

Bachelor in Mathematics applied to Social Sciences (2016) - Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University

Bachelor's degree (2016) - Sciences Po Paris


On November 03rd, 2022 I defended my thesis Three Essays on Gender Inequality in Labour Markets



Mme Ghazala Azmat, IEP Paris

Mme Laura Hospido, Banque d’Espagne

M. Antoine Reberioux, Université Paris Cité

Mme Anne Solaz, INED



Direction de thèse :

M. Eric Maurin (Directeur de thèse), EHESS, PSE