April 18, 2019
Paris School of Economics, Amphithéâtre
48 Boulevard Jourdan, 75014 Paris
Registration (compulsory): https://goo.gl/forms/jyzOaFwlheUD2yCI3
9.00-9.15 Welcome coffee
9.15-10.15 Elderly Care Dynamic Microsimulation in Europe (1)
- Derek King (London School of Economics, United Kingdom) – The MODEM project: modelling outcome and cost impacts of interventions for dementia.
- Carl Emmerson (Institute for Fiscal Studies, United Kingdom) – The RetSim2 project.
10.15 -11.15 Elderly Care Dynamic Microsimulation in Europe (2)
- Søren Skotte Bjerregaard (Danish Rational Economic Agents Model, Denmark) – The SMILE microsimulation model.
- Audrey Rain (Institut des Politiques Publiques, France) – The TAXIPP-LIFE model.
11.15-11.30 Coffee break
11.30-13.00 Long term care policies across Europe (1)
- Joan Costa-Font (London School of Economics, United Kingdom) – Caring for Carers? Long Term Care Subsidization and Caregivers Wellbeing.
- Bram Wouterse (Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis – CPB, Netherlands) – Who bears the costs long term care? Inter- and intragenerational redistribution of long term care costs in the Netherlands.
13.00-14.15 Lunch break
14.15-16.30 Long term care policies across Europe (2)
- Björn Fischer (Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung, Germany) – Time to care? The effects of retirement on informal care provision.
- Marianne Tenand (Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management, Netherlands) – Socio-economic inequalities in access to long-term care with universal and comprehensive coverage? An assessment using Dutch administrative and survey data.
- Pieter Bakx (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands) – Better off at home. The effect of a nursing home admission on costs, hospitalizations, and survival.
16.30-17.00 Coffee break
17.00-18.30 Policy debate about LTC in France (in French) – See the dedicated webpage
Chair in Economics of old-age Dependency