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2017 - 2018

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2018, issue 499

Economic growth and productivity in French Polynesia: a long-term analysis pp. 5-27 Downloads
Vincent Dropsy and Christian Montet
Sectoral labour productivity and economic competitiveness in New Caledonia pp. 29-53 Downloads
Serge Rey and Catherine Ris
Comment – Long-term productivity in the French Pacific territories pp. 55-59 Downloads
Vincent Caupin
An international comparison of school systems based on social mobility pp. 61-78 Downloads
Mattéo Godin and Jean Hindriks
50% to the bachelor’s degree... but how? Young people from working class families at university in France pp. 79-105 Downloads
Yaël Brinbaum, Cédric Hugrée and Tristan Poullaouec

2017, issue 497-498

Introduction – Regions and territories: Evolutions and changes pp. 5-17 Downloads
Pierre Veltz
Disparities and territorial discontinuities in France with its new regions: A multiscalar and multidimensional interpretation pp. 19-41 Downloads
Kim Antunez, Brigitte Baccaïni, Marianne Guérois and Ronan Ysebaert
Does the decentralisation theorem apply to the French local governments? An empirical test on intermunicipal competences pp. 43-64 Downloads
Quentin Frère and Lionel Védrine
Comment – The difficult equation of territorial reforms: from big is beautiful to the impossible simplification of the institutional layer-cake pp. 65-71 Downloads
André Torre
Standards of living and segregation in twelve French metropolises pp. 73-96 Downloads
Jean-Michel Floch
Comment – Income segregation in cities: A reflection on the gap between concept and measurement pp. 97-101 Downloads
Ana Moreno-Monroy
Technical change and automation of routine tasks: Evidence from local labour markets in France, 1999‑2011 pp. 103-122 Downloads
Pauline Charnoz and Michael Orand
Measurement and anticipation of territorial vulnerability to offshoring risks: An analysis on sectoral data for France pp. 123-144 Downloads
Hugues Jennequin, Luis Miotti and El Mouhoub Mouhoud
Comment – The impact of globalisation and technology on local labour markets pp. 145-150 Downloads
Farid Toubal
Geographical pathways of individuals born in France: Construction of a typology pp. 151-170 Downloads
Henri Martin

2017, issue 494-495-496

Introduction – Ten long years of crisis pp. 5-10 Downloads
Daniel Cohen
Stagnation of productivity in France: A legacy of the crisis or a structural slowdown? pp. 11-36 Downloads
Gilbert Cette, Simon Corde and Remy Lecat
Comment - Productivity slowdown and loss of allocative efficiency: A French disease? pp. 37-43 Downloads
Flora Bellone
Foreword – The crisis, ten years after: Lessons learnt for monetary and financial research pp. 45-64 Downloads
Andreas Beyer, Benoît Coeuré and Caterina Mendicino
Fiscal policy coordination in a monetary union at the zero lower bound pp. 65-90 Downloads
Jocelyn Boussard and Benoît Campagne
An assessment of the effects of unconventional monetary policies on the cost of credit to non-financial companies in the eurozone pp. 91-110 Downloads
Désiré Kanga and Grégory Levieuge
Monetary policy, illiquid collateral and bank lending during the European sovereign debt crisis pp. 111-130 Downloads
Jean Barthélémy, Vincent Bignon and Benoît Nguyen
Can better capitalised banks be more profitable? An analysis of large French banking groups before and after the financial crisis pp. 131-148 Downloads
Olivier de Bandt, Boubacar Camara, Pierre Pessarossi and Martin Rose
Comment - Monetary policies and financial crisis: Towards a new central banking pp. 149-154 Downloads
André Cartapanis
Why does household demand for shares decline during the crisis? The French case pp. 155-177 Downloads
Luc Arrondel and André Masson
The individual dynamics of wage income in France during the crisis pp. 179-199 Downloads
Pierre Pora and Lionel Wilner
Crisis adjustment strategies in France: The contribution of establishment-level data pp. 201-217 Downloads
Delphine Brochard and Corinne Perraudin

2017, issue 493

The effect of R&D subsidies and tax incentives on employment: an evaluation for small firms in France pp. 5-22 Downloads
Vincent Dortet-Bernadet and Michaël Sicsic
Do public subsidies have an impact on start-ups survival rates? An assessment for four cohorts of firms set up by previously unemployed entrepreneurs in France pp. 23-42 Downloads
Dominique Redor
Comment: Effectiveness of public support for R&D and entrepreneurship pp. 43-48 Downloads
Pierre Möhnen
High turnover among nursing staff in private nursing homes for dependent elderly people in France: impact of the local environment and the wage pp. 49-66 Downloads
Cécile Martin and Mélina Ramos-Gorand
Does women’s employment growth increase wage inequalities between couples? The case of France between 1982 and 2014 pp. 67-85 Downloads
Milan Bouchet-Valat
How long do situations of single parenthood last? An estimation based on French data pp. 87-112 Downloads
Vianney Costemalle

2017, issue 491-492

Editorial. Économie et Statistique becomes Economie et Statistique / Economics and Statistics pp. 5-6 Downloads
Laurence Bloch
Foreword. On the importance of taking a life-cycle view in understanding generational issues pp. 7-7 Downloads
Richard Blundell
Age and generations: a general introduction pp. 9-22 Downloads
Didier Blanchet
Differences between public and private sector pensions: an analysis based on career profile simulations pp. 23-39 Downloads
Patrick Aubert and Corentin Plouhinec
Taking contributions into account in public‑private comparison of pensions. Comment on “Differences between public and private sector pensions: an analysis based on career profile simulations” pp. 41-46 Downloads
Antoine Bozio
Lifecycle deficit in France: an assessment for the period 1979-2011 pp. 47-70 Downloads
Hippolyte d’Albis, Carole Bonnet, Julien Navaux, Jacques Pelletan and François-Charles Wolff
Intergenerational inequalities in standards of living in France pp. 71-92 Downloads
Hippolyte d’Albis and Ikpidi Badji
Calculating the standard of living of a household: one or several equivalence scales? pp. 93-108 Downloads
Henri Martin
Pseudo‑panel methods and an example of application to Household Wealth data pp. 109-130 Downloads
Marine Guillerm
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