IPP Policy Brief n°56 - July 2020Should European integration go further? A survey of French, German and Italian members of national parliaments
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IPP Policy Brief n°54 - April 2020Lockdown exit and control of the Covid-19 epidemic: group tests can be more effective
Authors: Elie Gerschel, Christian Gollier, Olivier Gossner
IPP Policy Brief n°53 - March 2020Propagation of shocks in global value chains: the coronavirus case
Authors: Elie Gerschel, Alejandra Martinez, Isabelle Mejean
IPP Policy Brief n°50 - February 2020Ground work vs. social media: how to best reach voters in French municipal elections?
Authors: Vincent Pons, Vestal McIntyre
IPP Report n°26 - January 2020Education, skills and skill mismatch: a review and some new evidence based on the PIAAC survey
Authors: Kentaro Asai, Thomas Breda, Audrey Rain, Lucile Romanello, Marc Sangnier
IPP Policy Brief n°48 - December 2019The cost of Brexit uncertainty: missing partners for French exporters
Authors: Julien Martin, Alejandra Martinez, Isabelle Mejean
IPP Methodogical Leaflet – November 2019The TAXIPP microsimulation model – Version 1.1
Authors: Mahdi Ben Jelloul, Antoine Bozio, Thomas Douenne, Brice Fabre, Claire Leroy
IPP Policy Brief n°47 - November 2019The outlook for the finances of local authorities in France
Authors: Emmanuelle Taugourdeau, Juliette Kies
IPP Policy Brief n°46 - October 2019What lessons can be learned from capital income tax reforms?
Authors: Laurent Bach, Antoine Bozio, Brice Fabre, Arthur Guillouzouic, Claire Leroy, Clément Malgouyres
IPP Policy Brief n°45 - September 2019Female Role Models: are they effective at encouraging girls to study science?
Authors: Thomas Breda, Julien Grenet, Marion Monnet, Clémentine Van Effenterre