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(June 7) Workshop on “Labor Market Reforms : Lessons from Both Sides of the Alps”

Organized by the Labor Chair hosted at PSE, this workshop is held from 9 am to 1 pm on the Jourdan Campus (Paris 14).

Registration is free but compulsory:
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Labor Market Reforms: Lessons from Both Sides of the Alps

June 7th, 2019
Paris School of Economics, Room 2.01

Program

9:00 Breakfast and registration

9:20-9:30 Introduction by Chaire Travail

1. Evaluations of the reforms in Italy and France

  • 9:30-10:10 Paolo Sestito (Bank of Italy): An Evaluation of the Italian Jobs Act
  • 10:10-10:30 Thomas Breda (Cnrs, PSE): A Comparison with the Loi Travail: What Can we Expect?

2. Theory and Practice of Labor Market Reforms

  • 10:30-11:10 Tommaso Nannicini (Bocconi University, Member of the Italian Parliament): The Political Economy of the Italian Jobs Act
  • 11:10-11:30 Philippe Askenazy (Cnrs, ENS): Employment Protection Reforms and the Great Stagnation

11:30 – 11:50 Break + Snacks

3. A Broader Picture: “Labor Market Reforms in the Last Decades: What have we learned and where are we heading?”

  • 11:50 Andrea Garnero (OECD): Introduction to the Panel
  • 12:00 -12:40 Panel discussion:
    > Andrea Garnero (OECD): panel moderator
    > Christine Erhel (CNAM)
    > Selma Mahfouz (DARES)
    > Tommaso Nannicini (Bocconi University, Member of the Italian Parliament)
    > Paolo Sestito (Bank of Italy)
  • 12:40-13:00 Discussion with audience

13:00 Lunch