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Elena Stancanelli

Elena Stancanelli

Professeur à PSE

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Groupes de recherche : Travail et économie publique
  • Economie démographique et économie de la famille
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I am an applied micro-economist. My research interests are in the area of applied household economics. In particular, I have studied retirement decisions of couples and household time allocation.  More recent research of mine focuses on the impact of terrorism on individual behaviour. 

I m currently President of the Society of the Economics of the HOusehold (SEHO). The 2021 annual meeting of SEHO will take place in Boston, at Boston University, and I am a co-organiser.
 Just came out:

The Impact of Terrorism on Individual Well-being: Evidence from the Boston Marathon Bombing, with Orla Doyle and Andrew Clark, The Economic Journal


One in three’ network; Study to evaluate the impacts and costs of violence against women on businesses in Europe, with Jane Pillinger (London School of Economics),  Barb MacQuarrie (Western University, Ontario, Canada) and Audra Bowlus  (Western University, Ontario, Canada).Study to evaluate the impacts and costs of violence against women on businesses in Europe


The Economic Costs of Sexual Harassment of Women in the Fields of Science, Engineering and Medicine: a Review of the Related Economics Literature, with Shoshana Grossbard (San Diego State University),  written for the National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC.


Couples’ Retirement under Individual Pension Design: a Regression Discontinuity Study for France, Labour Economics,  2017,  49, 14-26. elena-stancanelli-revision-3.pdf


  Current projects:

M. Arbogast, E. Kohler, N. Nearchou, T. Page, J. Pannetier, E. Stancanelli (2020). Sexual Harrassment in Academia: where do we stand, mimeo. review-article.pdf


Home-workers, Night-workers, and Weekend workers through the lens of the Great Recession, with Arie Kapteyn (University of South California, Los Angeles)


Spousal labour supply and Norwegian retirement reforms, with Bernt Bratsberg (Frisch Center Oslo).


Household responses to  terrorism, with Daniel Mirza  (University of Tours & Orléans) and Thierry Verdier (Paris School of Economics) .


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