This annual conference, organised by the Institute for Public Policy (PSE/GENES) and the CEPREMAP, is held at PSE, in the great lecture hall on the Jourdan campus.
- Press liaison: Sylvain Riffé Stern – email@example.com
The conference sessions and associated resources
12h30 – 12h35 Introduction
By Daniel Cohen (PSE/ENS), Director of the CEPREMAP and Antoine Bozio (PSE/EHESS), Director of the IPP
12h35 – 14h Presentation of results
- “Discussion of the macroeconomics of the 2020 Budget” by Stéphane Adjemian, Thomas Brand* and François Langot (CEPREMAP). Access the web page dedicated to this analysis, with slides, key points and the video replay.
- “The effects of the 2020 Budget on households and firms” by Brice Fabre, Arthur Guillouzouic, Chloé Lallemand, Claire Leroy* and Clément Malgouyres* (Institute for Public Policy). Access the web page dedicated to this analysis with slides, key points, press reviews and the video replay. For the “households” section, we also invite you to browse budget.ipp.eu, the new IPP web site dedicated to the Budget.
- “Measuring behavioural responses: the case of taxes on capital income” by Laurent Bach, Antoine Bozio, Brice Fabre, Arthur Guillouzouic*, Claire Leroy and Clément Malgouyres (Institute for Public Policy). Access the web page dedicated to this analysis, with slides, key points, the associated IPP Note n°46 and the video replay.
14h – 15h Round table on the 2020 Budget
Facilitated by François Lenglet, columnist at TF1/LCI and RTL
Members of Parliament present:
– Mr Eric Woerth (Les Républicains, president of the Finance Committee)
– Mr Jean-Noël Barrot (Mouvement Démocrate, vice-president of the Finance Committee)
– Ms Valérie Rabault (Socialistes et apparentés, secretary of the Finance Committee)
– Mr Eric Coquerel (La France Insoumise, member of the Finance Committee)
– M. Laurent Saint-Martin (La République en Marche, member of the Finance Committee)
The Institute for Public Policy (IPP) was created by PSE and developed in the framework of a scientific partnership between the Paris School of Economics and the Groupe des Écoles Nationales d’Économie et Statistique (GENES), with the support of the ANR’s Investissements d’avenir (Investments in the Future) programme. The IPP aims to promote the analysis and quantitative evaluation of public policy, using cutting-edge research methods in economics. www.ipp.eu
The CEPREMAP is the Centre pour la recherche économique et ses applications, operating under the auspices of the Ministry for Research. It is an interface between the academic world and economic administration bodies. It is both an agency for promoting economics research among decision makers and a funding body for projects recognised as priorities in public policy decision making. www.cepremap.fr
This event also received state support, through the ANR’s (Agence Nationale de la Recherche) Investments in the Future programme (ref. ANR-17-EURE-0001).