Economics serving society
Elena Stancanelli

Elena Stancanelli

PSE Professor

Research Director CNRS

Campus Jourdan – 49 Boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris

3rd floor, office 09

Phone +33(0)1 80 52 18 59

  • Demography and Household Economics
  • Labour Markets



Household time allocation and labour supply  papers:

"Couples’ Retirement under Individual Pension Design: a Regression Discontinuity Study for France", Labour Economics,  2017. [doc5243].  Only author.

"Partners’ Leisure Time Truly Together Upon Retirement",  with Arthur van Soest, IZA Journal of Labor Policy,  June 2016  retirement-leisure-stancanelli-van-soest-mars-14.pdf

"Long Workweeks and Strange Hours”, with Daniel Hamermesh, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Cornell University Press, 2015, Vol. 68, No. 5,  1007-1018.  paper.pdf;

 "Household Consumption at Retirement: a Regression Discontinuity Study on French Data”, with Nicolas Moreau, Annales d’Economie et Statistique, special issue on the economics of gender, 2015, Vol. 115-117, 253-276.

 "Retirement and Home Production: A Regression Discontinuity approach”, with Arthur Van Soest, American Economic Review,  May, 2012, Vol 102 (3), pp. 600-605. paper.pdf

"Toyboys or Supergirls ? An  analysis of partners' employment outcomes when she outearns him", with Hans Bloemen, Review of the Economics of the Household, 2015, ,13 (3), 501-530. paper.pdf

 "Income taxation, labour supply and housework: a discrete choice model for French couples", with Arthur Van Soest and Jan Kabatek,  Labour Economics, 2014, Vol. 27, pp. 30-43. paper.pdf

" Maids, Appliances and Couples' Housework: The Demand for Inputs to Domestic Production", with Leslie Stratton, 2014,  Economica, Vol.81, pp. 445-467.  paper.pdf

"How do parents allocate time: the effects of wages and income" (2013), with Hans Bloemen, Review of the Economics of the Household,  2014, Vol.2 (1), pp 51-81. paper.pdf 

 “Individual and Household Time Allocation: Market Work, Household Work, and Parental Time”, with Olivier Donni and Robert A. Pollak, Annales d'Economie et Statistique, January-June, 2012, Vol. 105-106, pp. 5-15.

“Whose time? Who saves? Introduction to a special issue on couples’ savings, time use and children”, with Shoshana Grossbard, Review of the Economics of the Household,  volume  8(3), August 2010, pp. 289-296.

“An empirical analysis of the Time Allocation of Italian Couples: are they irresponsive”, Review of the Economics of the Household, with Hans Bloemen and Silvia Pasqua, volume  8 (3), 2010, pp. 345-369. 

Other household economics papers:

Women's Employment, Wages and the Household, with Elisabeth Dolan (University of New Hampshire), Journal of Family and Economic Issues, supplement issue "Decade in Review 2010-19",  2021, 42, 101-106.

Older mothers’ employment and marriage stability when the nest is empty, with Hyppolite d'Albis (Paris School of Economics & CNRS) and Karina Doorley (ESRI, Dublin), forthcoming in "Mothers in the Labor Market", Springer, Alberto Molina editor.

 "How to Reduce the Costs of Institutional Long-Term Care while Monitoring its Quality? Focus on Family and Portable Allowances", IZA World of Labor, 2015, August, 1-10 paper

 "Do children of the first marriage deter divorce?", with Héctor Bellido, José Alberto Molina, and Anne Solaz, Economic Modelling, 2016, , 55, pp.15-31.paper

 “Evaluating the impact of the French Tax Credit on the employment rate of women”, Journal of Public Economics, October 2008, Vol. 92, No. 10-11,3 pp. 2036-47. paper.pdf  Only author.



Economics of Conflict:


Household Expenditure in the Wake of Terrorism: evidence from high frequency in-home-scanner data", food-responses-bataclan-revised-no-highlights-.pdf

with Thierry Verdier and Daniel Mirza, Economics and Human Biology, 2022, forthcoming. 


"The Impact of Terrorism on Individual Well-being: Evidence from the Boston Marathon Bombing", with Andrew Clark & Orla Doyle, The Economic Journal,  2020, 130 (631),  2065–


Job search  papers:

“Commuting, Wages and Bargaining Power”, Annales d'Economie et Statistique, with Peter Rupert and Etienne Wasmer, 2009, no. 95/96, pp. 201-220.  

“Individual Wealth, Reservation Wages, and Transitions into Employment", with Hans Bloemen, Journal of Labor Economics,  Vol. 19, No. 2, April 2001, pp. 400-439.paper.pdf

“Financial Wealth, Consumption Smoothing, and Income Shocks due to Job Loss”, with Hans Bloemen, Economica, August 2005, Vol. 72, pp. 431-452.

 “Do the Wealthier Stay Unemployed Longer? An Empirical Study for the UK”, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 61, No. 3, August 1999, pp. 295-314.

 “Unemployment Duration and the Duration of Entitlement to Unemployment Benefits: an Empirical Study for Britain”, Applied Economics, No. 31, 1999, pp.1043-1051.

 “Unemployment Compensation Schemes and Unemployment Duration”, Applied Economics Letters, No 7, 1998.  




-Salaires, régime d’imposition et répartition des tâches domestiques, La Vie des Idees, mars 2009

-Entretien avec Elena STANCANELLI Chercheur CNRS, Université de Cergy Pontoise, sur la prime pour l’emploi, septembre 2008, le site des sciences economiques et sociales,  ENS Lyon, Les Grands Dossiers.

-Japon soleil tournant, Alternatives Economiques, Septembre 2005

PUBLICATIONS IN FRENCH, ITALIAN, DUTCH (revues à comité de lecture)

-“L'impact d'allocation au chomage sur la probabilite de reemploi: de nouveaux resultats pour le Royaume Uni”, Economie et Prévision, 1997-1.
-Een flexibele baan: Opstap naar een vaste baan of eindstation? with Ruud Muffels and Ronald Dekker, Sociale Wetenschappen, 42(2), 43-66, 1999.
-“Fiscale prikkels and onderwijsparticipatie”, with Jan Nelissen, Maandschrift Economie, 61 (3), 1997.
-“La probabilita di reimpiego del disoccupato: modelli di rischio singolo e di rischi competitivi”, Quaderni di Economia del Lavoro, 46, 1993, ed. Franco Angeli, Milano.
-“The aggregate investment function: an empirical estimate for the Italian economy”, Rivista di Economia Internazionale, 2, 1991.
-“Le couples sur le marché de l’emploi, Revue de l’OFCE, 2006-04, No. 99, pp.235-272.
-Japon : Soleil Couchant», Revue de l’OFCE, No. 93,  2005/2, pp. 142-145.
-“Un Bilan des études sur la Prime Pour l’Emploi”, avec Henri Sterdyniak, Revue de l’OFCE, No. 88, janvier 2004, pp. 17-41.
-Japon : la Reprise», Revue de l’OFCE, No. 95,  2005/4, pp. 120-123.
-Japon : la Reprise s’essouffle», Revue de l’OFCE, No. 91,  2004/4, pp. 106-109.
-Japon : la Renaissance», Revue de l’OFCE, No. 89,  2004/2, pp. 102-105.
-Japon : l’économie réelle l’importe sur les prix », Revue de l’OFCE, No. 87, 2003/4, pp. 114-117.
-Japon: une croissance douteuse?, Revue de l’OFCE, No.85, pp. 116-119, 2003/2.
-«L’axe de la croissance : perspectives 2005-06 pour l’économie mondiale », Revue de l’OFCE, No. 93,  2005/2.

-« Temps de trajet au sein des couples », Robert A. Pollak et Elena Stancanelli, published in « Trajets et mobilité des ménages : choix individuels et collectifs », PREDIT,  juillet 2012,
-« Pressions dominées : perspectives 2004-05 pour l’économie mondiale », Revue de l’OFCE, No. 91,  2004/4.
-« Un monde presque parfait : perspectives 2004-05 pour l’économie mondiale », Revue de l’OFCE, No. 89,  2004/2.
-« Les infortunes de la vertu : perspectives 2003-04 pour l’économie mondiale », Revue de l’OFCE, No. 87,  2003/4.
-« La traversée du desert : perspectives 2003-04 pour l’économie mondiale » Revue de l’OFCE, No. 85,  2003/2.
 -“A longitudinal analysis of part-time work by women and men in the Netherlands”, Chapter 12, in “Gender and the labour Market”, ed. Siv Gustafsson and Daniele Meulders, MacMillan publishers, 2000, co-authored by Ronald Dekker and Ruud Muffels.
-“Transitions between different working-time arrangements: a comparison of Sweden and the Netherlands”, Chapter 4, in “Working-Time Changes”, edited by Jacqueline O Reilly, Immaculada Cebrian and Michel Lallement, Edward Elgar Publishing Inc.  Northampton, Massachussets, USA, 2000, co-authored by Dominique Anxo and Donald Storrie.
-“Transitional Labour Markets and the Household: a Policy Note”, in “New Institutional Arrangements in the Labour Market”, EA.UE and WZB, Berlin, March 1998, pp. 54-61.
-“La Dimension Genre dans la libéralisation économique de la Tunisie » Programme des Nations Unis pour le Développement, Tunis, Tunisie, décembre 2003.
-"Temporary Employment: Characteristics, Benefits and Dynamics, Chapter 3, Employment Outlook, June 2002, OECD
-"Balancing Work and Family Life: Helping Parents into Paid Employment", Chapter 4, Employment Outlook, June 2001, OECD, pp. 129-162.
-"Pushing ahead with the reform in Korea, July 2000, OECD
-"Training of Adult Workers in OECD Countries: Measurement and Analysis", Chapter 3, Employment Outlook, June 1999, OECD.
-"Making the Most of the Minumum: Statutory Minimum Wages, Employment and Poverty", Chapter 2, Employment Outlook, June 1998, OECD