Évaluer la mise en oeuvre d'une politique de lutte contre le trafic de stupéfiants et de politiques de prévention et de prise en charge de conduites addictives

 

Equipe de recherche:

Henri Bergeron,
Patrick Hassenteufel (Université Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines),
Louise Lartigot-Hervier

Le rôle des acteurs philanthropiques dans le développement des soins palliatifs

Violences en France : un problème de santé publique ?

Évaluation à quinze ans des mesures quantitatives et de la mesure politique donnée à la question des violences interpersonnelles

Projet lauréat du concours libre du LIEPP pour 2014.

Equipe de recherche:

Catherine Cavalin (Centre d'études européennes, équipe ERC SILICOSIS)

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Prénom: 
Daniel
Nom: 
BENAMOUZIG
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Directeur de recherche CNRS.

Champ libre en anglais: 

CNRS Director of Research.

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Bio: 

Daniel Benamouzig développe ses activités de recher­che au CNRS et à Sciences Po sur les politiques de santé, la socio­logie économique et la gouver­nan­ce.

Sociologue, il a étudié l’histoire de l’économie de la santé en France et les transfor­mations de la régulation du secteur, notamment à travers la création de nombreuses agences. Il porte intérêt à l’expertise au sein d’organisations publiques à vocation scientifique, comme l’ANSES ou la Haute Autorité de Santé,  dont il est mem­bre de la Commission d’évaluation économique et de santé publique (CEESP) et dont il préside le Comité de Sciences Humaines et Sociales. Daniel Benamouzig participe à l’organisation de la re­cherche en tant que Directeur adjoint de l’insti­tut de Santé Publique de l’Alliance AVIESAN, char­gée de coordonner l’action des grands opérateurs publics dans ce domaine (CNRS, INSERM…).

Bio [english]: 

Daniel Benamouzig develops his research interests at CNRS and at Sciences Po on health policies, economic sociology and governance.

A sociologist, he has studied history of health economics in France and transformations in the regulation of the sector, particularly through the creation of several agencies. He brings an interest and expertise in public organisations and the scientific field; like ANSES or the High Health Authority, as he is a member of the Commission of Economic Evaluation and Public Health (CEESP) and as he presides over the Committee of Human and Social Sciences. Danile Benamouzig participates in the organisation of research as the Deputy Director of the AVIESAN Alliance Institute for Public Health, in charge of coordinating major public operators in this area (CNRS, INSERM...).  

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Spécialité: 
Sociologie de la santé
Spécialité (en): 
Health sociology
Prénom: 
Henri
Nom: 
BERGERON
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Co­ordinateur scien­ti­fique de la Chaire Santé de Sci­en­ces Po-FNSP, co-directeur du «do­maine santé » aux Pres­ses de Scien­ces Po.

 

Champ libre en anglais: 

Scientific coordinator of the Sciences Po-FNSP Health Studies Chair, co-director of the "Health" subject at the "Pres­ses" of Scien­ces Po.

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Henri Bergeron est co-directeur du «do­maine santé » aux Pres­ses de Scien­ces Po et co­ordinateur scien­ti­fique de la Chaire Santé de Sci­en­ces Po-FNSP.

Il développe ses acti­vités de recherche au CNRS et à Sciences Po sur les politi­ques de santé et sur les transformations des pratiques et de la profession médi­cale. Il étudie divers objets tels que les dro­gues il­licites, l’alcool, l’obésité, la re­cherche médicale ou la santé publique en mobilisant les outils de la sociologie de l’action publique et de la socio­logie des organisations. Il a participé à de nom­breuses évaluations de politique publique, en particulier en tant que co­ordonnateur scien­tifique adjoint d’une agence européenne pen­dant cinq ans (addictions).

Bio [english]: 

Henri Bergeron is the Co-Director of the "Health Domain" of Sciences Po Press Relations and the scientific coordinator of the Health Chair of Sciences Po-FNSP.

He developed his research activities at CNRS and at Sciences Po on health policies and on the transformation of practices in the medical profession. He studies diverse subjects such as illicit drugs, alcohol, obesity, medical research and public health policy by using tools from the sociology of public action and the sociology of organizations. He has participated in a number of public policy evaluations, in particular as deputy scientific coordinator of a European agency for five years where his work focused on addicitions.

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Spécialité: 
Sociologie de la santé
Spécialité (en): 
Health sociology
Prénom: 
Jean-Louis
Nom: 
KEENE
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Champ libre profil: 

Doctorant en économie, Département d'économie de Sciences Po / affilié au LIEPP

Champ libre en anglais: 

Doctoral fellow in Economics, Sciences Po Departement of Economics / LIEPP affiliate

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Jean-Louis Keene est un doctorant au département d'économie à Sciences Po. Ses recherches portent principalement sur la santé et le développement économique, et particulièrement sur l'accès aux services de santé et le recours aux soins.

Originaire d'Ottawa, Canada, Jean-Louis est titulaire d'un B.A. en économie et en développement international de l'université McGill, ainsi qu'un M.Sc. en économie politique du développement de la London School of Economics and Political Science et un Master Economie de Sciences Po.

Poster du projet (juin 2017)

Bio [english]: 

Jean-Louis Keene is a PhD student with the Department of Economics at Sciences Po. His current fields of research include health and development economics, with a focus on access to healthcare and health seeking behaviour.

Originally from Ottawa, Canada, Jean-Louis has a B.A. in economics and international development studies from McGill University, a M.Sc. in political economy of late development from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a Master of Economics from Sciences Po.

Poster of the project (June 2017)

 

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Thèse en cours
  • Does moving to a system with more generous public health insurance increase medical care consumption? LIEPP Working Paper n°37, February 2015
  • Helping people help themselves: Insights from behavioral economics for policies to counter addiction LIEPP Policy Brief n°15, December 2014
  • Prénom: 
    Jody
    Nom: 
    SINDELAR
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    Champ libre profil: 

    Visiting professor from 1st September 2014 to 30th September 2014

    Champ libre en anglais: 

    Visiting professor from 1st September 2014 to 30th September 2014

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    Bio: 

    Jody Sindelar is a Yale professor and health economist with appointments at the School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management; the Institution for Social and Policy Studies (ISPS), the Medical School and the economics department.  In addition, Dr. Sindelar is a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research and a Research Fellow at IZA (Institute for the Study of Labor). She has been the Bing Visiting faculty at Rand Corporation in Santa Monica, CA and Washington, DC, and has been President of the American Society of Health Economists (ASHEcon). Professor Sindelar has published over 100 papers in the areas of health economics and labor economics. She has served on numerous editorial, review, advisory and other boards and committees, and has presented her research at seminars and conferences both nationally and internationally. 


    In health economics her subspecialty is the economics of addiction and behavioral economics as applied to health policy. She has published on the economics of tobacco use and regulation, substance abuse treatment,  and alcohol and illicit drug policies. Her studies in labor economics have combined both labor and health issues, examining for example, the impact of retirement on health, job stress and substance abuse, and lost productivity due to alcohol use.

    Professor Sindelar currently leads several multi-year, externally funded research projects including a state-wide field experiment to determine if tobacco cessation financial incentives can help Medicaid enrollees quit smoking. Another set of experiments produces new information relevant to the FDA’s newly won ability to regulate cigarettes and e-cigarettes.  She also has current projects in China (a field experiment on smoking) and Mexico. Overall, she has a large portfolio of funded projects including large scale field studies, conference grants and a grant to support PhD students.

    Bio [english]: 

    Jody Sindelar is a Yale professor and health economist with appointments at the School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management; the Institution for Social and Policy Studies (ISPS), the Medical School and the economics department.  In addition, Dr. Sindelar is a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research and a Research Fellow at IZA (Institute for the Study of Labor). She has been the Bing Visiting faculty at Rand Corporation in Santa Monica, CA and Washington, DC, and has been President of the American Society of Health Economists (ASHEcon). Professor Sindelar has published over 100 papers in the areas of health economics and labor economics. She has served on numerous editorial, review, advisory and other boards and committees, and has presented her research at seminars and conferences both nationally and internationally. 


    In health economics her subspecialty is the economics of addiction and behavioral economics as applied to health policy. She has published on the economics of tobacco use and regulation, substance abuse treatment,  and alcohol and illicit drug policies. Her studies in labor economics have combined both labor and health issues, examining for example, the impact of retirement on health, job stress and substance abuse, and lost productivity due to alcohol use.

    Professor currently leads several multi-year, externally funded research projects including a state-wide field experiment to determine if tobacco cessation financial incentives can help Medicaid enrollees quit smoking. Another set of experiments produces new information relevant to the FDA’s newly won ability to regulate cigarettes and e-cigarettes.  She also has current projects in China (a field experiment on smoking) and Mexico. Overall, she has a large portfolio of funded projects including large scale field studies, conference grants and a grant to support PhD students.

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    http://medicine.yale.edu/lab/jsindelar//jody_sindelar-2.profile?source=news
  • Evolution of outpatient healthcare expenditure due to ageing in 2030, a dynamic micro-simulation model for France LIEPP Working Paper n°28, mai 2014