IPP Policy Brief n°74 - September 2021Tax Reforms and Political Feasibility
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IPP Policy Brief n°73 - July 2021Understanding Secular Stagnation
Authors: Jean-Baptiste Michau
IPP Policy Briefs n°71 - June 2021Merging regions: What effects will the French perceive?
Authors: Lionel Wilner
IPP Policy Briefs n°70 - June 2021Will French companies be able to repay their state-backed loans (PGEs)?
Authors: Laurent Bach, Nicolas Ghio, Arthur Guillouzouic, Clément Malgouyres
IPP Policy Briefs n°69 - June 2021Allocation of online appointments: A system to deter black-market profiteers
Authors: Jeanne Hagenbach, Dorothea Kübler
IPP Policy Briefs n°68 - May 2021Gender pay gaps within companies
Authors: Thomas Breda, Paul Dutronc-Postel, Joyce Sultan Parraud, Maxime Tô
IPP Policy Brief n°67 - May 2021Gender discrimination in hiring: Lessons from a large-scale correspondence test
Authors: Dares-MAR, IPP researchers, ISM Corum
IPP Policy Brief n°66 - May 2021Better Alone? Evidence on the Costs of Intermunicipal Cooperation
Authors: Clémence Tricaud
IPP Policy Brief n°65 - May 2021Greener city centers, grayer peripheries?
Authors: Léa Bou Sleiman, Patricia Crifo, Benoît Schmutz
IPP Policy Brief n°64 - April 2021From Guangzhou to Naples: French exports of plastic waste
Authors: Julien Martin, Isabelle Mejean, Ines Picard, Benoît Schmutz