IPP Policy Brief n°29 - November 2017What could explain differences in decision-making across French labor courts?
IPP Policy Briefs
IPP Policy Briefs are publications particular to the Institute, which aim to present the findings of research work in a concise format that avoids specialist jargon without sacrificing scientific rigour.
The purpose is to communicate to the press, to policy makers and to the wider public, the state of knowledge accumulated about a given public policy.
IPP Policy Brief n°26 - April 2017How does children’s school schedule affect mothers’ labor supply? Temporal flexibility and inequalities on the labor market
Authors: Emma Duchini and Clémentine Van Effenterre
IPP Policy Brief n°23 - March 2016Analysing socio-fiscal policies through the lens of gender inequality
Authors: Antoine Bozio, Sophie Cottet, Marion Monnet, Lucile Romanello
IPP Policy Brief n°22 - January 2016The impact of the media on court decisions
Authors: Aurélie Ouss, Arnaud Philippe
IPP Policy Brief n°21 - November 2015French budget 2016 : the difficult control of public spending
Authors: Mahdi Ben Jelloul, Antoine Bozio, Sophie Cottet, Malka Guillot, Marion Monnet, Lucile Romanello
IPP Policy Brief n°20 - October 2015How to Improve Learning to Read at School? The Impact of Teachers’ Practices in Pre-School
Authors: Adrien Bouguen
IPP Policy Brief n°19 - July 2015How long before open access in French social sciences and humanities journals?
Authors: Maya Bacache-Beauvallet, Françoise Benhamou, Marc Bourreau
IPP Policy Brief n°18 - June 2015Reforming French housing benefits: why not merging benefits?
Authors: Antoine Bozio, Gabrielle Fack, Julien Grenet, Malka Guillot, Marion Monnet, Lucile Romanello
IPP Policy Brief n°17 - January 2015How much does grade repetition in French primary and secondary schools cost?
Authors: Asma Benhenda and Julien Grenet
IPP Policy Brief n°16 - January 2016An evaluation of a physical activity programme designed for elderly people
Authors: Claudia Senik, Carine Milcent and Chloé Gerves