Prénom: 
Morgane
Nom: 
LAOUENAN
Photo: 
Champ libre profil: 

Chargée de recherche CNRS à l'Université Paris 1 - Sorbonne
Codirectrice de l'axe "Discriminations et inégalités sociales"

Champ libre en anglais: 

CNRS researcher  at the Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne
Co-director of LIEPP "Discriminations and Social Inequalities" Research Group

Droits photo: 
Droits réservés
Bio: 

Morgane Laouénan est chargée de recherche CNRS à l'Université Paris 1 - Sorbonne. Elle est spécialisée en économie du travail et microéconomie appliquée. Elle était 'junior researcher' au LIEPP entre décembre 2014 et décembre 2015 pour créer un Axe Discriminations.

Ses travaux de recherche se focalisent sur la discrimination à l’encontre des immigrés africains en France et des Afro-Américains aux US. En particulier, elle utilise des données au niveau individuel provenant à la fois d’enquêtes et d’Internet dans le but d’étudier l’impact des préjugés raciaux sur l’accès à l’emploi et au logement des minorités ethniques.

Bio [english]: 

Morgane Laouénan is a CNRS researcher  at the Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne. She is specialized in Labor Economics and Applied Microeconomics.  She was a junior researcher at LIEPP between December 2014 and december 2015 to manage a Research Group on Discriminations.

Her research focuses on discrimination against African immigrants in France and against African-Americans in the US. In particular, she uses both individual-level data from surveys and from the Internet to study the impact of racial prejudice on labor market and housing outcomes of minorities.

Page perso: 
http://www.morgane-laouenan.fr/
Spécialité: 
Discrimination, Economie du travail
Spécialité (en): 
Discrimination, Labor Economics
  • “Hate at First Sight”: Evidence of Consumer Discrimination Against African-Americans in the US Labor Economics , Forthcoming, 2017
  • Prénom: 
    Quentin
    Nom: 
    DAVID
    Photo: 
    Droits photo: 
    Droits réservés
    Bio: 

    Quentin David est actuellement Maitre de Conférence à LEM, Université de Lille 1. Il a obtenu son doctorat en économie (2009) de l'ECARES Université Libre de Bruxelles. Sa thèse intitulée "Five Essays on Human and Social Capital" a été écrite sous la supérvision d'Etienne Wasmer de Sciences Po, Paris, et de Mathias Dewatripont, ULB, Bruxelles. Il a ensite effectué son post-doc à CREA, l'Université du Luxembourg entre 2009 and 2013.

    Les travaux de recherche de Quentin David portent sur le thème : économie urbaine, économie du travail, et économie de l'éducation. Il travaille également sur d'autres sujets en collaboration avec des chercheurs d'autres disciplines (politologues et géographes).

    Bio [english]: 

    Quentin David is currently an Assistant-Professor (Maitre de Conférence) at LEM (UMR 9221), in the University of Lille 1. He holds a PhD in Economics (2009) from ECARES, Université Libre de Bruxelles. His thesis entitled "Five Essays on Human and Social Capital" has been written under the supervision of Etienne Wasmer from Science Po, Paris, and Mathias Dewatripont from ULB, Brussels. Afterwards, he completed a post-doc at the CREA, at the Université du Luxembourg between 2009 and 2013.

    Quentin David's research interests include urban economics, labour economics and the economics of education. He also works on other topics with co-authors from other fields (political scientists and geographers).

    Page perso: 
    https://sites.google.com/site/quentinmaxdavid/home
    Spécialité: 
    économie urbaine, économie du travail, économie de l'éducation
    Spécialité (en): 
    urban economics, labour economics, economics of education
  • Inside Severance Pay LIEPP Working Paper n°47, February 2016
  • Prénom: 
    Martha
    Nom: 
    BAILEY
    Photo: 
    Champ libre profil: 

     

     

     

    Assistant Professor in Economics (University of Michigan)

    Office: F302 (28 rue des Saints-Pères)

    Research stay: June 3rd to July 1st, 2015

     

    Champ libre en anglais: 

     

     

     

    Assistant Professor in Economics (University of Michigan)

    Office: F302 (28 rue des Saints-Pères)

    Research stay: June 3rd to July 1st, 2015

    Droits photo: 
    Droits réservés
    Bio: 

    Martha Bailey is an Associate Professor of Economics and a Research Associate Professor at the Population Studies Center at the University of Michigan. She is also a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research. Bailey received her B.A. from Agnes Scott College in 1997 and her Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University in 2005. Prior to joining the University of Michigan economics faculty, she was a scholar in the Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Program. She has served on the editorial board at the Journal of Economic History and currently serves on the board of editors at the Journal of Economic Literature and Demography.  

    Bailey’s research focuses on issues in labor economics, demography and health in the United States within the long-run perspective of economic history. Her work has examined the implications of the diffusion of modern contraception for women’s childbearing, career decisions, and compensation.  Recent work focuses on evaluating the shorter and longer-term effects of Great Society programs, including a co-edited book entitled the Legacies of the War on Poverty.  This research has won the IZA Prize for the Best Young Labor Economist, the Arthur H. Cole Prize for the best article in the Journal of Economic History, and the CESifo Distinguished Research Affiliate Award for Best Paper by an Economist under 35. Bailey's work has recently appeared in the American Economic Review and Quarterly Journal of Economics and has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, the Ford Foundation, and the Russell Sage Foundation. Bailey has also won two college level awards for outstanding teaching.

    Bio [english]: 

    Martha Bailey is an Associate Professor of Economics and a Research Associate Professor at the Population Studies Center at the University of Michigan. She is also a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research. Bailey received her B.A. from Agnes Scott College in 1997 and her Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University in 2005. Prior to joining the University of Michigan economics faculty, she was a scholar in the Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Program. She has served on the editorial board at the Journal of Economic History and currently serves on the board of editors at the Journal of Economic Literature and Demography

     

     

    Bailey’s research focuses on issues in labor economics, demography and health in the United States within the long-run perspective of economic history. Her work has examined the implications of the diffusion of modern contraception for women’s childbearing, career decisions, and compensation.  Recent work focuses on evaluating the shorter and longer-term effects of Great Society programs, including a co-edited book entitled the Legacies of the War on Poverty.  This research has won the IZA Prize for the Best Young Labor Economist, the Arthur H. Cole Prize for the best article in the Journal of Economic History, and the CESifo Distinguished Research Affiliate Award for Best Paper by an Economist under 35. Bailey's work has recently appeared in the American Economic Review and Quarterly Journal of Economics and has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, the Ford Foundation, and the Russell Sage Foundation. Bailey has also won two college level awards for outstanding teaching.

    Page perso: 
    https://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/baileymj/home