Evaluating the effect of fiscal and social exonerations policies on employment and social protection

Research team: Michael Zemmour (CNRS-Université Lille 1) This project seeks to put forth the elements allowing for a global evaluation of fiscal and social exoneration policies in France. The aim is to look at the way these policies affect employment and social protection. This research project primarily covers the state of existing literature,...

Socio-fiscal policies and domestic work

Research team: Nathalie Morel (Assistant professor CEE/LIEPP). Co-director of the Social-policies research team Clément Carbonnier (Maître de conférences in economy. University of Cergy). Co-director of the Social-policies research team Among social and fiscal expenditures, those related to the hiring of a domestic employee are among the...

"Socio-fiscal Policies" Research Group

Social and employment policies in France mobilize different tax tools (exemptions from social contributions, tax credits, etc.). These socio-fiscal policies constitute an instrument with distinct properties from other instruments (direct expenditure, regulation). Based on an original inventory of the existing devices, the "Socio-fiscal Policies"...

Nathalie Morel

Redistributive Impact of the Socio-Fiscal Models of Social Welfare: An International Comparative Analysis

LIEPP works with the ‘Ecole Nationale Supérieur de Sécurité Sociale’ (EN3S) on a project entitled: “Redistributive Impact of the Socio-Fiscal Models of Social Welfare: An International Comparative Analysis". This project, led by Michaël Zemmour, is based on empirical data to analyze the contribution of the tax system structure, the shape and the...

L’argent des ménages dans les politiques publiques

Porteurs du projet: Jeanne LAZARUS (Sciences Po, CSO) Nicolas DELALANDE (Sciences Po, CHSP) Projet soutenu par le LIEPP depuis septembre 2015. Descriptif du projet:  Ce projet réunit des historiens et des sociologues afin d’évaluer les politiques publiques françaises de gouvernement des conduites monétaires en s’intéressant tout...

Which policies for the development of knowledge-intensive jobs in Europe?

Project leaders :  Bruno PALIER (CEE/LIEPP, Political economy, Social policy) Sonja AVLIJAS (LIEPP, Political economy) This project obtained funding from LIEPP through the 2017 call for proposals. With the information and communication technology (ICT) revolution that has taken place over the past two decades, knowledge and skills have...

Social investment: which strategy for France ?

  The book presenting the main achievements of the seminar cycle organized in partnership by LIEPP, France Stratégie, CNAF, DGCS and Apprentis d'Auteuil, has just been published : Avenel C., Boisson-Cohen M., Dauphin D., Duvoux N., Fourel Ch., Jullien M., Palier B., "Investissement social: quelle stratégie pour la France ?", La...

Insurance and Redistribution: An Experimental Approach

  The LIEPP's Socio-fiscal Research Group is glad to invite you to the lunch-seminar with Professor David Rueda: Insurance and Redistribution: An Experimental Approach [language: English]Friday, Avril 6th 2018, 12h30 am - 02h00 pm LIEPP seminar Room 254 bvd Saint-Germain, 75 007 Paris  Click here to register   David RUEDA...

Care Economy: An Outline of a New Research Project

  LIEPP's Socio-fiscal Policies Research Group is glad to invite you to the lunch-seminar: Care Economy: An Outline of a New Research Project    Monday, April 30th 201812:30 pm - 02:30 pmLIEPP's seminar Room254 bvd Saint-Germain, 75 007 Paris Click here to register   Presentation:     Ito PENG    ...
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