The Institut des politiques publiques (IPP) conducts analysis and evaluations in all fields of public policy (fiscal policy, pensions, employment, environment, health, etc.) by answering calls for proposals or by direct requests.
Companies, associations, parliaments, European institutions, social security institutions or professional federations: the broad range of rigorous methods, experience gained on many different data sources and a detailed knowledge of the current legislations allow our researchers to serve your needs for expertise.
What types of projects are we talking about?
Since its creation in 2012, the IPP has led numerous research contracts – always in strict scientific independence and in the context of a systematic publication of results. It is even a prerequisite shared by the main institutions conducting policy evaluations and detailed in a common compliance charter.
To meet the challenge of evaluation, the IPP can rely on a wide range of methods, mainly on the basis of statistical data.
Examples of research projects are:
- “The Impact of Gender Diversity on Firm Performance” (Ministère des affaires sociales, de la santé et des droits des femmes)
- “Evaluation of workout programs offered to ageing residents” (Fonds Danone pour l’écosystème – The Danone fund for the Ecosystem)
- “Reforming French housing benefits” (Cour des Comptes – The French Court of Auditors)
- “Analysis of non-statutory employment in the French public sector” (Ircantec)
- “What evolution for the unit cost of financial intermediation in Europe?” (Finance Watch)
- “Estimating retirement models for French civil servants” (Ministère du Budget – French Treasury)
Contact the directors of the IPP
Defining the scope of a project – what objectives? how long? what data are available? what are the costs? is an essential first step. Contact the directors of the IPP, all researchers in economics and working themselves on several research contracts:
Antoine Bozio, director of IPP – email@example.com