Paris School of Economics - École d'Économie de Paris

Economics serving society

Elena Stancanelli

Elena Stancanelli

PSE Professor

CNRS Senior Researcher

Campus Jourdan – 48 Boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris

3rd floor, office 09

Phone +33(0)1 80 52 18 59

  • Public Economics
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Economics of happiness
  • Individual Behaviour

I am applied micro economist. My research interests are in the area of applied household economics; retirement; and the (micro)economics of terrorism.

Current projects:

'Partial retirement and spousal labor supply: learning from a Norwegian retirement reform' , joint with Bernt Bratsberg (Frisch Center, Oslo University). 

'Labor Supply and Well-Being Responses to Mass-Shooting', with Orla Doyle (UniversityCollege Dublin)

Working Papers submitted:

On marital instability at retirement,   marital-instability-and-retirement-july-5.pdf with Karina Doorley (Economic and Social Research, Trinity College Dublin).

 On the well-being impact of the Boston marathon bombing, boston-marathon_july-13.pdf with Andrew Clark (Paris School of Economics) and Orla Doyle (UniversityCollege Dublin)

Forthcoming papers:

Couples’ Retirement under Individual Pension Design: a Regression Discontinuity Study for France, Labour Economics,  2017, accepted August, 2017 [doc5243]

Society of the Economics of the Household (SEHO) news:

I am  president-elect of the new Society of the Economics of the Household (SEHO), see the upcoming call for papers for the 2018 Paris conference:

https://sites.google.com/view/seho2018

 Citations to my work:

 https://scholar.google.fr/citations?user=-JTusdgAAAAJ&hl=en

Press and general public issues talking about my work:

http://www.laviedesidees.fr/Se-saisir-des-attentats.html

http://www.slate.fr/source/139856/elena-stancanelli

http://voxeu.org/article/well-being-and-economic-activity-after-boston-marathon-bombing

http://www.voxeu.org/article/americans-work-long-and-strange-times

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/she-the-people/wp/2014/10/08/till-death-do-us-part-no-way-gray-divorce-on-the-rise/