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- 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.
As President elect (2017-19) and President (2019-21) of the Society of the Economics of the HOusehold (SEHO), I organized the 2018 annual meeting of SEHO the Paris-School-of-Economics and co-organized the 2021 annual meeting of SEHO at Boston University, which took place virtually Program. I also run SEHO google wbesite. SEHO counts today over 400 members in 34 countries.seho-member-list.pdf
Just came out:
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.
A tale of hours worked for pay from home before and after the Great Recession: learning from high-frequency diaries, with Arie Kapteyn (University of South California, Los Angeles), under review.
Household Food Consumption Responses to Terrorism: evidence from high frequency in-home-scanner data, with Daniel Mirza (Tours university) and Thierry Verdier (Paris School of Economics), under review.
Spousal labour supply and Norwegian retirement reforms, with Bernt Bratsberg (Frisch Center Oslo).
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