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Elena Stancanelli

Elena Stancanelli

Professeur associé à PSE

Directrice de Recherche CNRS

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  • Economie démographique et économie de la famille
  • Marché du travail

I am an applied micro-economist. My research interests are in the area of applied household economics, retirement, time allocation, and the (micro)economic effects of terrorism.


 Current projects:

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


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). 


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


The micro-economic effects of terrorism, with Daniel Mirza and Thierry Verdier (University of Tours & Orléans) .


Household wealth in the aftermath of terrorist attacks, with Maria Cristina Rossi (University of Turin)



Individual Economic Behavior & Well-Being  in the aftermath of School Mass-Shooting, with Abel Brodeur (Ottawa University)



 Just came out:

The Impact of Terrorism on Individual Well-being: Evidence from the Boston Marathon Bombing, The Economic Journal, forthcoming. boston-marathon_july-13.pdf


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


Economic Costs of Workplace Sexual Harrassment, with Shoshana Grossbard, a report for the National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC


Working Papers submitted:

Marital instability at retirement,  with Karina Doorley (Economic and Social Research, Trinity College Dublin).


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