IPP Policy Brief n°82 - March 2022Do French companies under-report their workforce at 49 employees to get around the law?
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IPP Policy Brief n°81 - March 2022Redistributive effects of 2017-2022 social spending and tax reforms
Authors: Paul Dutronc-Postel, Brice Fabre, Chloé Lallemand, Nolwenn Loisel, Lukas Puschnig
IPP Policy Brief n°80 - March 2022Electoral Competition, Voter Bias, and Women in Politics
Authors: Thomas Le Barbanchon, Julien Sauvagnat
IPP Policy Brief n°79 - February 2022Buying groups formation: what effects on competition in the retail industry?
Authors: Marie-Laure Allain, Rémi Avignon, Claire Chambolle, Hugo Molina
IPP Policy Brief n°78 - January 2022Recounting France’s trade unions
Authors: Cyprien Batut, Ulysse Lojkine, Paolo Santini
IPP Policy Brief n°77 - January 2022Mapping loss of autonomy among the elderly
Authors: Amélie Carrère
IPP Policy Brief n°76 - November 2021Discrimination in hiring people of supposedly North African origin: What lessons from a large-scale correspondence test?
Authors: Dares-MAR, Chercheurs IPP, ISM Corum
IPP Policy Brief n°75 - October 2021Women and men are equally likely to be caregivers for dependent partners, but the nature of their help differs
Authors: Léa Toulemon
IPP Policy Brief n°74 - September 2021Tax Reforms and Political Feasibility
Authors: Felix Bierbrauer, Pierre C. Boyer, Andrew Lonsdale, Andreas Peichl
IPP Policy Brief n°73 - July 2021Understanding Secular Stagnation
Authors: Jean-Baptiste Michau