Workshop | Getting out of RSA and long-term unemployment | November 28
The Paris School of Economics is glad to invite you to the “Getting out of RSA and long-term unemployment” workshop organized by the Labor Chair in partnership with the Centre pour la recherche économique et ses applications (Cepremap), the Institut des politiques publiques (IPP) and Pôle emploi.
- Date: November 28, 2023 ; 9:00-17:30
- Venue: Paris School of Economics
48 bd Jourdan, 75014 Paris
09:00-09:15 - Welcome
- Dominique Meurs, professor at the University Paris Nanterre and executive director of the Labor Chair
09:15-10:15 - Support for the long-term unemployed and those receiving RSA benefits - objectives and methods of action
Presentation by Pôle Emploi on existing measures for DEDLs and DEDL-RSAs, difficulties encountered, current and planned experiments
10:15-11:15 - What do we know about the return to employment of the long-term unemployed?
Summary of existing research on long-term unemployment and the trajectories of recipients of minimum social benefits
- Thomas Breda, professor at the Paris School of Economics and and co-head of the Labor and Employment division at the Institut des politiques publiques (IPP)
- Cyril Nouveau, director of Statistics, Studies and Evaluation at Pôle Emploi
11:15-11:30 - Break
11:30-12:15 - Remobilization or demobilization?
Summary of the effects of increased conditionality of minimum social benefits and sanctions
12:15-12:45 - What research is currently underway?
Presentation of work in progress on financial obstacles to training for the long-term unemployed
- Todor Tochev, postdoctoral fellow at the Paris School of Economics
12:50-13:00 - Workshop presentation for “Pôle Emploi”
13:00-14:00 - Lunch
14:00-16:50 - Workshops
The workshops bring together Pôle Emploi staff and researchers to discuss solutions to problems encountered.
17:00-17:30 - Restitution
The Labor Chair aims to is to attract the best young scholars (doctoral and post-doctoral) working on labor issues, to form a network of affiliated researchers, and to create and disseminate accessible academic work, and thus to refine our understanding of trends in work, employment dynamics, wages and unemployment.