Economics serving society

(Replay) Evaluation of the 2022 French Budget

The Institut des politiques publiques (PSE/GENES) and the CEPREMAP organized on November 16, 2021, their annual conference on the French Budget at PSE and online. This conference was followed by a round-table chaired by François Lenglet (TF1/LCI/RTL) with the participation of parliamentarians members of the Finance Committee.

You can find the replay of the full conference:


  • By Daniel Cohen (PSE, ENS, CEPREMAP) and Antoine Bozio (PSE, EHESS), Director of the IPP

L’impact de la crise et du plan de relance : une analyse macroéconomique

  • By François Langot (CEPREMAP)

Impact des mesures d’urgence sanitaire et des mesures budgétaires pérennes 2017–2022 sur les entreprises

  • By Laurent Bach (ESSEC, IPP), Arthur Guillouzouic Le Corff (IPP) and Clément Malgouyres (PSE, IPP)

Les impacts redistributifs du budget 2022 sur les ménages, et rétrospective des cinq dernières années

  • By Paul Dutronc-Postel (IPP), Brice Fabre (IPP), Chloé Lallemand (IPP), Nolwenn Loisel (IPP) and Lukas Puschnig (IPP)


  • Chaired by François Lenglet (TF1/LCI/RTL).
  • Participating parliamentarians: Éric Woerth, Laurent Saint-Martin, Jean-Noël Barrot, Émilie Cariou, Éric Coquerel.


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The Institut des politiques publiques (IPP) was created by the Paris School of Economics, and is developped under the auspices of a scientific partnership between PSE and the Groupe des Écoles Nationales d’Économie et Statistique (GENES), with the support of the ANR and the Investments in the Future programme. The IPP aims to promote quantitative analysis and evaluation of public policy using cutting-edge economic

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The CEPREMAP is the Centre pour la recherche économique et ses applications, housed in the national Ministry for Research. It acts as an interface between the academic world and government economics authorities. It is both an agency to promote economic research among decision-makers and a funding agency for projects considered as public priorities.

This event has been also co-funded by a French government subsidy managed by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche under the framework of the Investissements d’avenir programme reference ANR-17-EURE-0001.