PSE

Andrew Clark

July 2016

  Andrew Clark

PSE, Ecole normale supérieure 
48 boulevard Jourdan 
75014 Paris
France
Tel : 33 (0)1 43 13 63 29 
Fax: 33 (0)1 43 13 63 10
Mail: Andrew.Clark@ens.fr

CNRS Directeur de recherche/Research Professor.  


  Photo: Aurore Bagarry (http://www.aurorebagarry.com)
 

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Acronym information (AKA "PSE, PSE. So good they named it twice"): I used to be at DELTA, but now I'm at PSE. That's because DELTA merged with CERAS and the two research groups of CEPREMAP to form PSE, which thus now has four different governing bodies (CNRS-EHESS-ENPC-ENS). I hope that everything is now clear. But of course, four is not really enough, so in January 2010 we merged with INRA-LEA (who are already on the Jourdan campus), adding the INRA as a fifth governing body.

Oh, and PSE is sort of joining forces with (some of) University Paris 1 to form the Paris School of Economics. To sum up, I am at PSE, which is part of PSE.

And to prove it's true, we will shortly all (sort of) be moving to a new building on the Jourdan campus in June 2016 November 2016 Early 2017!


Activities

Research Interests

Applied Microeconomics. The use of job and life satisfaction data to analyse labour market phenomena. Modelling the utility function: comparisons and habituation. Social interactions, and social learning. Job quality. The economic analysis of drug markets and cigarette consumption. Generallly funky stuff.

Thèmes de recherche

Microéconomie Appliquée. L'analyse du marché du travail en faisant appel aux données sur la satisfaction dans le travail et la satisfaction dans la vie. La modélisation de la fonction d'utilité : normes, comparaisons et accoutumance. Les interactions sociales et l'apprentissage social. La qualité de l'emploi. L'analyse économique de la consommation des produits à risque. 


CV here! A Full CV in PDF format is here.

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Publications

Citations

Social Science Citations Index: 5400
Google Scholar (Top 5): 8800


On Tour!

Perhaps appearing in a lecture theatre somewhere near you soon...


June 2016 D-TEA (Paris), UCL, City University of New York
July 2016 Duisburg-Essen
August 2016 IARIW (Dresden)
September 2016 EALE Conference (Ghent), Hospinnomics Conference (Paris)
October 2016 Subjective Survey Data in Labour Market Research (Trier), University of Orebro
November 2016 International Conference on Well-being: National Accounts of Happiness and Social Development, Singapore
December 2016 Bon Droit Conference (Angers)
June 2017 City University of New York, University of Regensburg

Teaching

I teach in the Master's Programmes at the EHESS/Paris 1, and at Paris 1/Paris V.

Here are some ideas for Master's Dissertation Topics.


Subjects for the APE/ETE Masters Course, some of which also appear in the Economics and Psychology Masters Course:

  1. Income Comparisons, the Easterlin Paradox and Public Policy: Presentation1, Presentation2, Document1, Document2.
  2. Self-Employment: Presentation1, Document1.
  3. Subjective Well-Being in the Labour Market: Wages, Compensating Differentials and Rents; and Unemployment Benefits. Presentation1, Presentation2, Document1, Document2.
  4. Job Quality and Worker Effort:  Presentation1, Presentation2, Document1, Document2.
  5. Employment, Unions and Politicians: Presentation1, Presentation2, Document1, Document2.
  6. Gender and labour market outcomes: Presentation1, Document1.

Other subjects for the Economics and Psychology Masters Course
:

  1. Measurement and Validity: Presentation
  2. Reading list for the above presentation.



PhD Students

Past
  1. Luke Haywood, “Qualité de l’Emploi dans le Marché du Travail”. Co-direction with Jean-Marc Robin. December 2012. (DIW Berlin)
  2. Alan Piper, “The Happiness of the Young in Great Britain: The Role of Education”. Co-direction with Geoff Pugh and Nick Adnett. March 2013. (University of Flensburg)
  3. Jason Gagnon, “Three Essays on Migration and Labour Markets in Developing Countries”. April 2014. (OECD)
  4. Se-eun Jung, “Essays on Risk Aversion and Labor Markets”. June 2014. (Cergy-Pontoise)
  5. Sarah Flèche. “Essays in Happiness Economics: Local and Regional Perspectives and Global Trends”. Co-direction with Claudia Senik. October 2014. (LSE)
  6. Abel Brodeur, “Essays on Behavioural Economics”. August 2015. (Ottawa)
  7. Augustin Vicard, “Six essais sur l’insertion professionnelle des jeunes et l’utilisation de variables subjectives en économie de la santé”. December 2015 (INSEE)

Current
  1. Claudia Hupkau, “Essays on Behavioral Economics and Poverty”. Co-direction with François Maniquet.
  2. Claire Vandendriessche, “Measuring Well-Being”.
  3. Arthur Souletié, “The Causes and Consequences of Risky Behaviours”.  
  4. Anthony Lepinteur. “The Disutility of Work”. Co-direction with David Margolis.



PhD
London School of Economics, 1989.
Visiting Assistant Professor Dartmouth College, 1989-1991
Senior Research Officer University of Essex, 1991-1993
Visiting Research Fellow CEPREMAP, 1993-1994
Visiting Research Fellow DELTA, 1994-1995
Consultant OECD,1995-1997
Chargé de Recherche, CNRS University of Orléans, 1997-2000
Directeur de Recherche, CNRS University of Orléans, 2000-2001
Directeur de Recherche, CNRS DELTA/PSE, 2001-

 

Some Links

Many many interesting things about fairness and well-being research can be found in the following places


Dubious Links between Research and Music Department.

Identify the Lyrics Department. Know which songs these come from? Then you may win a great prize*
* You probably won't win anything at all.
** Not true! We have a winner. Alan Piper of Flensburg correctly identified this as an MC Lyte lyric (Paper Thin). He won a German version of the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers (which I had bought in error)
*** And another! Abel Brodeur, via a circuitous route, identified this is as coming from "Willie Jones" by the Charlie Daniels Band. He won a chocolate elephant.



Activités Annexes : Kingston University (5-25K Euros) ; LSE (25K+ Euros).