Paris School of Economics - École d'Économie de Paris

Economics serving society

Interns

Pierre-Louis Bithorel

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Student at the ENSAE ParisTech and at Paris School of Economics, Pierre-Louis Bithorel took part at the AFP in the assessment of macroeconomic impact of energetic politics in many developing countries, and he has then developed database anonymization methods at Etalab. He has joined the labor chair in May of 2017 as an intern to study the impact of the labor market processing on the social rhythms and the effects of the flexibility on the synchronization of schedules within household.

Yagan Hazard

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Student in the ENS-Ulm economics department , he graduated from the multidisciplinary cycle of higher studies (CPES, PSL research University) in economy and sociology in June 2017. He has begun in September 2017 the PPD master at PSE. Within the labor chair, Yagan is intern at the DARES to help evaluating the plan “500 000 additional training” implemented by the government in 2016. The goal is to propose, in the long term, an evaluation of the impact of the professional training on the employment especially due to the important choc of investment that is the “plan 500 000”.

Manon Bouju

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Manon Bouju is a graduated student from ESCP Europe and ENSAE ParisTech. Specialized in applied economics, she is interested in social and labor issues and in the evaluation of public policies. Within the labor chair, Manon Bouju investigates the evolution of the journalistic profession in a project led by Julia Cagé. Her internship work is about the links between productivity and wages, and she tries to understand differences of observed wages between different titles and kind of press inter and intra industry.