- Research Fellow at IZA.
- Professorial Research Fellow at the Centre for Economic Performance, LSE.
- Senior Research Fellow, CRESS, Kingston University.
- Senior Fellow of the Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis.
- Visiting Professor and Research Associate at the Centre for Corporate Performance, Aarhus School of Business.
- Director of the "Labour" programme of PSE.
- Co-director of the "Labour" programme of CEPREMAP.
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.
- I organise the WIP (Work In Progress) seminar for PhD students (30 minute presentation: great practice for conferences!). Contact me if you would like to present. The Labour and Public Economics seminar (which is more international/external) is organised by Luc Behaghel .
- Board of Directors of the International Society for Quality of Life Studies (ISQOLS).
- Exectutive Committe, European Association of Labour Economists (EALE).
- Scientific Advisory Board, European Social Survey (ESS).
- Chair of the External advisory board of the Institute for Economic Analysis of Decision Making (InstEAD)
- International Scientific Advisory Panel, Behavioural Sciences Institute of Singapore Management University (BSI).
- The Eleventh ISQOLS conference was held in Venice, November 1st-4th, 2012.
- Member of the United Nations Well-Being Group. Don't believe me? Check out this photo then.
- The new ISQOLS journal, Applied Research in Quality of Life (Springer) is actively soliciting contributions.
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.
A Full CV in PDF format is here.
|Social Science Citations Index:||3500|
|Google Scholar (Top 5):||6100|
|March 2013||University of Vienna,
University of Orléans
|April 2013||Income Distribution Conference (Paris), University of Marseilles, University of Potsdam, Free University of Berlin|
|May 2013||IZA Bonn, Warwick Alumni Day, Well-being and public policy (Reading), KORA, University of Copenhagen|
||LSE, CORE Louvain-la-Neuve, Workshop on subjective well-being (Paris), IOS Summer Academy (Regensburg)|
|July 2013||Australian Conference
of Economists (Perth), University of Queensland
|September 2013||ESPAnet conference
(Poznan), LSE, Université du
Luxembourg, EALE Conference (Turin), TEPP
Conference (Le Mans)
|October 2013||Halloran Well-Being
Conference (Philadelphia), Brookings Institution
||University of Stirling,
University of Edinburgh
|January 2014||DWP London
|February 2014||Doshisha University -
International Comparative Study on Happiness (Kyoto),
Oxford Handbook Conference (Princeton)
Autònoma de Barcelona
|May 2014||University of Aberdeen
Editorial* Journal of Happiness Studies (2000-)
* Revue d’Economie Politique (2004-)
* Advances in Research on Quality of Life (2005-)
* British Journal of Industrial Relations (2010-)
* Review of Income and Wealth (2010-)
* Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy (2011-)
* International Review of Economics (2011-)
* Italian Economic Review/ Rivista Italiana Degli Economisti (2011-)
* Evidence-based HRM (2011-)
* International Journal of Happiness and Development (2011-)
* Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization (2008-2011)
Refereeing: Journals. 640+ Referee's Reports for:
Actualité Economique Journal of Human Development American Economic Journal: Applied Economics Journal of Human Resources American Economic Journal: Economic Policy Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics American Economic Journal: Macro Journal of Labor Economics American Economic Review Journal of Labor Research American Journal of Agricultural Economics Journal of Law, Economics and Organization American Journal of Political Science Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics Annales d'Economie et de Statistique Journal of Official Statistics Applied Economic Perspectives & Policy Journal of Personality and Social Psychology Applied Economics Quarterly Journal of Political Economy Applied Research in Quality of Life Journal of Population Economics BMC Public Health Journal of Positive Psychology British Journal of Industrial Relations Journal of Public Economics Bulletin of Economic Research Journal of Research in Personality Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences Journal of Socio-Economics Canadian Journal of Economics Journal of Sports Economics Contemporary Economic Policy Journal of the European Economic Association Demography Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Eastern Economic Journal Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A Econometrica Journal of Urban Economics Economic Inquiry Labour Economic Journal Labour Economics Economic Modelling Management Science Economic Systems Mind and Society Economic and Industrial Democracy OECD Journal: Economic Studies Economic and Social Review Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics Economica Oxford Economic Papers Economics and Human Biology Oxford Review of Economic Policy Economics and Philosophy Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology Economics Bulletin Papers in Regional Science Economics Letters Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin Economics of Education Review Perspectives on Psychological Science Economics of Transition PLOS ONE Economie et Prévision Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Economie et Statistique Psychological Bulletin Empirica Psychological Science Empirical Economics Public Finance Review Environment and Planning A Quarterly Journal of Economics European Economic Review Recherches Economiques de Louvain European Sociological Review Regional Science and Urban Economics European Journal of Operational Research Reinvention: a Journal of Undergraduate Research European Journal of Political Economy Research on Aging Evolution & Human Behavior Review of Economic Studies Feminist Economics Review of Economics and Statistics Frontiers in Finance and Economics Review of Economics of the Household Games and Economic Behavior Review of Income and Wealth Gender, Work and Organization Review of Industrial Organization Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography Revue d'Economie Politique Health Economics Revue Economique Health Policy Ricerche Economiche History of the Human Sciences Rivista Italiana degli Economisti Human Relations Scandinavian Journal of Economics Human Resource Management Journal Schmollers Jahrbuch Industrial and Labor Relations Review Science Industrial Relations Scottish Journal of Political Economy Industrial Relations Journal Small Business Economics International Economic Review Social Choice and Welfare International Journal of Business and Economics Social Forces International Journal of Management and Decision Making Social Indicators Research International Journal of Manpower Social Science and Medicine International Migration Review Social Science Information International Review of Economics Social Science Journal International Sociology Social Science Quarterly International Tax and Public Finance Sociological Methods and Research Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion Socio-Economic Review Journal of Applied Econometrics Southern Economic Journal Journal of Applied Economics Statistics in Transition new series Journal of Applied Gerontology The B.E. Journals in Economic Analysis & Policy Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis The Manchester School Journal of Comparative Economics World Bank Economic Review Journal of Development Economics World Development Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization
Journal of Economic Inequality
Journal of Economic Literature
Journal of Economic Psychology
Journal of Economic Surveys
Journal of European Social Policy
Journal of Family and Economic Issues
Journal of Happiness Studies
Journal of Health Economics
Refereeing: Books (11)* Editions Flammarion
* MIT Press
* Oxford University Press
* Princeton University Press
* World Bank
Refereeing: Projects (28)* ANR (France)
* Austrian Science Fund
* AXA (France)
* British Academy
* ECOS-Sud (France)
* ESRC (UK)
* European Research Council
* FCAR (Canada)
* FCI (Canada)
* INCA (France)
* Israel Science Foundation
* Leverhulme Trust (UK)
* Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR)
* MIUR (Italy)
* NWO (Holland)
* Nuffield Foundation (UK)
* SSHRC (Canada)
|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|
|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-|
Many many interesting things about fairness and well-being research can be found in the following places
Don't forget the Labour Economics Gateway here.
Equally interesting things about football can be found in the following places
- Football results and gossip from the first five divisions in England can be found at soccernet.
- Are Leyton Orient the worst team in London? This site will let you know.
- Are you sad enough to want to know the results from League Division Eight? See here then.
- US Palaiseau! Easily the best team in, er, Palaiseau.
And we all know that you can never listen to enough music while you're working.
- Who Said Hip-Hop was Dead? Quannum and Solesides refute the case.
- And check out Deep Puddle Dynamics for some serious What The Hell moments.
- Who Said Finns Can't Rap? Oh look, here's another one. And what's more....broken beats, sub-bass and grainy video: Antiall have it all. I used to have a link to them, but it has disappeared into the Ether....
- Wobbly Ambient Electronica is cool. Boards of Canada's turntable is playing at the wrong speed.
- Who Said a Triple Lead Guitar Attack was Passé? Run for the hills (of Arkansas), where Black Oak Arkansas will show you what you've been missing (nice washboard too).
- Uspenski Cathedral in Helsinki has a pretty good choir. Check out the bass.
- How minimal can you get? Richie Hawtin knows.
- I can't remember the way you used to be: the Charlatans (UK).
- Doors......lead to other doors. The Associates.
- This Ain't Really Life; It's Nothing But A Movie. Gil Scott-Heron.
- With a movie camera - The Cinematic Orchestra.
- My office hasn't been the same since I discovered Etherbeat radio: "The Urban Alternative"
- And more radio than you can throw a stick at: Iceberg Radio.
- Any label which signed Don Armando's Second Avenue Rhumba Band is OK with me: Ze Records.
- Bass for your Face: Public Enemy.
- Groove Salad: "Listener-supported, commercial-free, underground/alternative radio broadcasting from San Francisco". That's what it says on their website.
- Damon and Naomi. Listen to Beautiful Close Double....and weep.
- Finger Licking Good Y'All. Time to remember how good Trouble Funk were.
- I reckon Burial is ice-washed deep-space soul. But then again what the hell do I know?
- This is the best ever old-school song; unfortunately so is this. No, wait a minute: this is surely even better...
- I like Fools' Gold as much as the next man, but here's another total gem from the Stone Roses.
- Lemmy gives his opinion on certain journal referees. Actually it's Larry Wallis, ex-Pink Fairies, on vocals.
- Ah, preposterous: the magnificent I, Ludicrous.
- And what did Tiim Gaine sound like before Stereolab, you ask? Actually like this Indie Wah-Wah classic. I seem to remember that McCarthy came from Barking, where I lived when I wrote my thesis. Or was that the Wolfhounds? Or the Godfathers?
- And all of this is just imagination: Shriekback.
- Being a moderately poor guitar player myself, I am partial to wig-outs. Here are two mighty fine ones, both old and new.
- Never liked KJ that much, but this is monstrous.
- Two minutes of horn-driven madness: The Ohio Players back in the days...
- And the Fear: What's that for?
- Alex Harvey helped to make me what I am today. It's his fault.
- Super Collider will melt your speakers: it's official.
- You Ain't Got the Bait to Hook This. Bahamadia.
- Dansez Dansez Yeah: San Fan Thomas.
- Dad on the Dance Floor alert. We are all Wicki Wacky
Dubious Links between Research and Music Department.
- The 2001 Economica paper includes lyrics from the great Eubie Blake.
- The 2008 International Journal of Manpower paper is named after a Billy Bragg song.
- The 2008 Economic Journal paper includes a line from Gimme a Bullet.
- The 2013 OUP chapter contains a carefully-shoehorned lyric from Wham Rap.
- One of our religion papers was inspired by the monumental Black Oak Arkansas ("Our Religion Is Music")
- Our new work on Adaptation in the East will, I hope, include a line from Billy Bragg's St Swithin's Day.
- The short summary paper in Keio Economic Studies is named after a Rush song (I know, I know).
- I would like to write a paper on the absence of compensating differentials called "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap". But I probably won't.
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.
- "Here I am, growing up and growing old. Watching my friends swallow cultures whole"
- "How do you come to be having fun with everyone but me girl?"
- "Alabama would be heaven if the Lord was there"
- "Jobs for the boys, and a tip for the wrecking crew. Truth of it is that it's plain you've not got a clue"
- "Your words twist and decay, nothing you say reaches my ears anyway"
- "These are Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children"
- "If it doesn't work out, Yo: it just doesn't. If it wasn't meant to be, you know: It just wasn't"**
- "I only played chess once in my life, and I lost"
- "I couldn't go to work today as Bigfoot stole my car"
- "You and I we need each other just the same. You need me to laugh at and I need you to blame"
** 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)
Activités Annexes : Kingston University (5-25K Euros) ; LSE (25K+ Euros).