Prénom: 
Denis
Nom: 
FOUGERE
Photo: 
Champ libre profil: 

Directeur de recherche CNRS

Champ libre en anglais: 

CNRS Director of Research

Droits photo: 
Droits réservés
Bio: 

Denis Fougère est directeur de recherche au CNRS affilié à l'OSC (depuis 2015). Il a été co-directeur de l’axe “Politiques Educatives” du LIEPP jusqu'à décembre 2018.

Spécialisé en microéconomie et microéconométrie, Denis Fougère s’intéresse tout particulièrement à l’économie du travail et de l’éducation, mais aussi aux méthodes d’évaluation. Actuellement, il travaille sur les déterminants des résultats scolaires dans l’enseignement primaire et secondaire, sur l’évaluation des dispositifs de formation continue et des réformes des systèmes de retraite, sur les effets du salaire minimum et du commerce international sur les négociations salariales et sur l’emploi, et sur les effets des aides publiques à la création d’entreprise.

Denis Fougère est par ailleurs conseiller scientifique à la DEPP (Ministère de l’Education), consultant à la Banque de France, Research Fellow au CEPR de Londres, Research Fellow à l’IZA de Bonn et membre du conseil scientifique du CEPREMAP. Il est également éditeur de l’IZA Journal of Migration, éditeur associé de l’IZA World of Labor et membre des comités de rédaction du Journal of Population Economics et d’Economie et Prévision. Il a enseigné de nombreuses années à l’Ecole Polytechnique et à l’ENSAE, et enseigne aujourd’hui à Sciences Po. Il a obtenu la médaille de bronze du CNRS en 1994. En 2010, la European Economic Association lui a décerné la Médaille Hicks-Tinbergen.

Ses travaux de recherche ont été publiés notamment dans Econometrica, Review of Economic Studies, Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of the European Economic Association, Journal of Public Economics, European Economic Review, Journal of Applied Econometrics, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Econometrics Journal, et Journal of Population Economics.

Bio [english]: 

Denis Fougère is first-class Research Director at the CNRS (OSC). He was Co-Director of the LIEPP "Educational Policies" Research Group until December 2018.

Specialised in microeconomics and microeconometrics, Denis Fougére is particularly interested in labor economics and education, but also in methods of evaluation. Currently, he works on the determinants of academic outcomes in primary and secondary education, on the evaluation of training systems and pension reforms, on the effects of minimum wage and international trade on wage bargaining and employment, and on the effects of public support for business creation.

Denis Fougére is also a scientific adviser to the Ministry of Education, DEPP, a consultant to the Bank of France, a Research Fellow at the CEPR in London, a Research Fellow at the IZA in Bonn and a member of the scientific council CEPREMAP. He is also editor of the IZA Journal of Migration, associate editor of the IZA World of Labor and a member of the editorial board for the Journal of Population Economics and of Economics and Forecasting. He taught for many years at the Ecole Polytechnique and at ENSAE, and today teaches at Sciences Po. He earned a bronze medal from the CNRS in 1994. In 2010, the European Economic Association awarded him the Hicks-Tinbergen medal.

His research has been published in Econometrica, Review of Economic Studies, Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of the European Economic Association, Journal of Public Economics, European Economic Review, Journal of Applied Econometrics, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Econometrics Journal, et Journal of Population Economics.

Page perso: 
http://www.crest.fr/ses.php?user=2944
Spécialité: 
Économie du travail; économie de l'éducation
Spécialité (en): 
Labour economics; Education economics
Prénom: 
Carlo
Nom: 
BARONE
Photo: 
Champ libre profil: 

Professeur des universités
Codirecteur de l'axe "Politiques éducatives" - LIEPP

Champ libre en anglais: 

Professor
Co-director of the Educational Policies Research Group - LIEPP

Droits photo: 
cc Carlo Barone (OSC/LIEPP)
Bio: 

Carlo Barone est co-directeur de l'axe Politiques éducatives au LIEPP, chercheur à l'Observatoire sociologique du changement (OSC) et professeur de sociologie à Sciences Po. Entre 2008 et 2015, il a été maître de conférences puis professeur associé au Département de sociologie et de recherche sociale à l'Université de Trento. 

Ses recherches portent sur les inégalités sociales en matière d’éducation (rôle du contexte familial, du sexe et de l’appartenance ethnique), le rôle de l’éducation pour la mobilité sociale dans une perspective dynamique comparative et enfin, la reconnaissance des classifications scolaires et professionnelles. Au sein du LIEPP, il conduit des expérimentations dans le domaine des politiques éducatives et des évaluations de l’impact des politiques.

Carlo Barone est membre du conseil scientifique du Commité de Recherche 28 sur la stratification sociale et mobilité au sein de l'Association Internationale de Sociologie. Il est rapporteur régulier pour plusieurs revues académiques: European Sociological Review, Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, Sociology of Education, Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia.

Dernières publications:

• 2018 (with Moris Triventi and Giulia Assirelli), Explaining Social Inequalities in Access to University: A Test of Rational Choice Mechanisms in Italy, European Sociological Review, vol. 34, n° 5, p. 554-569. 

• 2018 (with Giulia Assirelli and Ettore Recchi), 'You Better Move On'. Determinants and Labor Market Outcomes of Graduate Migration from Italy, International Migration Review, First Published 5 April. 

• European Societies Journal2018 (with Antonio Schizzerotto, Giulia Assirelli & Giovanni Abbiati), Nudging gender desegregation: a field experiment on the causal effect of information barriers on gender inequalities in higher education, European Societies, First Published 4 march. 

• 2017 (with Giovanni Abbiati, Gianluca Argentin and Antonio Schizzerotto), Information barriers and social stratification in higher education: evidence from a field experiment, The British Journal of Sociology, First published, 29 november.

• 2017 (with Giulia Assirelli, Giovanni Abbiati, Gianluca Argentin, Deborah De Luca), Social origins, relative risk aversion and track choice, Acta Sociologica, First Published October 8. 

• 2017 (with Gianluca Argentin and Gianna Barbieri), Origini sociali, consiglio orientativo e iscrizione al liceo: un'analisi basata sui dati dell'Anagrafe Studenti, Politiche Sociali, n° 1/2017, p. 53-74.

• 2017 (with Lucia Ruggera), Educational equalization stalled? Trends in inequality of educational opportunity between 1930 and 1980 across 26 European nations, European Societies, early view, 7 march. 

• 2017 (with Lucia Ruggera), Social closure, micro-class immobility and the intergenerational reproduction of the upper class: a comparative study, British Journal of Sociology, early view 9 february 2017.

• 2017 (with Antonio Schizzerotto, Giovanni Abbiati and Gianluca Argentin), Information Barriers, Social Inequality, and Plans for Higher Education: Evidence from a Field Experiment, European Sociological Review, vol. 33, n° 1, p. 84-96. 

Bio [english]: 

Research : 

- Social inequalities in education: the role of family background, gender and ethnicity.
- Labor market returns to education and the role of education for social mobility in dynamic and comparative perspective
- Experiments in educational research, educational policies and policy impact evaluation
- The validation of educational and occupational classifications for comparative social stratification research

Dernières publications - Latest Publication

- 2016 (with Gabriele Ballarino and Nazareno Panichella), "Social background and education in occupational attainment in Italy" In: Fabrizio Bernardi and Gabriele Ballarino (ed.), Education, Occupation and Social Origin: A comparative Analysis of the Transmission of Socio-Economic Inequalities, p. 82-93.
- 2015 (with Gabriele Ballarino and Nazareno Panichella) "Social background and education in occupational attainment in 20th century Italy", SPS Working Papers, 2014/03, European University Institute. 
- 2015 (with Moris Triventi, Nazareno Panichella, Fabrizio Bernardi, Gabriele Ballarino) "Education as a positional good. Implications for social inequalities in educational attainment in Italy", Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, available online 18 April.

Dernières communications - Latest Presentations

- 2016 (with Giulia Assirelli & Gianluca Argentin), "Social Origins and Tracking in Secondary Education: A Randomised Experiment on the Role of Information and Relative Risk-Aversion", RC28 Intergenerational Transfer, Human Capital, and Inequality Conference, Singapore, Parallel Session "2.1 Class and Intergenerational Effects on Schooling II", 26 May. [Abstract]
- 2016 (with Giulia Assirelli & Moris Triventi), Explaining Social Origins Differentials in Access to University Education: A Test of the Breen-Goldthorpe Model, RC28 Intergenerational Transfer, Human Capital, and Inequality Conference, Singapore, Parallel Session "5.1 Higher Education", 27 May. [Abstract]

Responsabilités scientifiques - Scientific Responsabilities

- Since June 2014, member of the scientific board of the Research Committee 28 in Social Stratification and Mobility, International Sociological Association.

Comités de rédaction - Editorial Boards

Regular reviewer for: European Sociological ReviewResearch in Social Stratification and MobilitySociology of EducationRassegna Italiana di Sociologia.

Page perso: 
http://www.sciencespo.fr/osc/fr/node/1608
Spécialité: 
Sociologie de l'éducation
Spécialité (en): 
Sociology of Education