IPP managing team: introducing A. Bozio, J. Grenet and R. Rathelot


After studying economics at the Ecole normale supérieure (Paris), Antoine Bozio did a PhD in economics at EHESS. His PhD dissertation on pension reform in France won the French Economic Association (AFSE) prize for the best PhD in Economics in 2007. He subsequently joined the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) in London, where he worked on taxation, saving incentives, public sector pay, labour supply and evaluation methods. He taught the economics of taxation at University College London (UCL) and was editor of the peer-reviewed journal Fiscal Sudies between 2009 and 2011. He joined the Paris School of Economics in September 2011 and became director of the newly created Institut des politiques publiques (IPP). See his personal webpage.

JULIEN GRENET, Deputy director

A former student of the École normale supérieure (Paris), Julien Grenet received his PhD in economics at the EHESS in 2008. His thesis, on the evaluation of several educational reforms in France, won the French Economic Association (AFSE) prize for the best PhD in Economics in 2009. After spending two years as a postdoctoral fellow at the London School of Economics, he joined the Paris School of Economics in 2010 as a full-time researcher at CNRS, and was later appointed deputy director of the IPP in September 2011. His current research focuses on the impact of school zoning on housing prices, school choice policies and the evaluation of student grants in higher education. See his personal webpage.

ROLAND RATHELOT, Deputy director

Roland graduated from the Ecole polytechnique and ENSAE (Paris). He obtained his PhD in economics at EHESS in 2010. His dissertation concerned labour market discrimination and residential segregation among first and second-generation migrants in France. He worked as an economist for the French statistics office (INSEE) from 2004 to 2007, and for the statistics section of the ministry of labour from 2007 to 2010. He joined the CREST (Paris) in 2010 as a researcher. His areas of interest include labour economics, urban economics and public policy evaluation methodology. See his personal webpage.