IPP Policy brief n°36 - October 2018French budget 2019: the switch from the CICE tax credit to a cut of employer Social Security contributions
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IPP Report n°19 - September 2018Change in corporate governance and firm performance
Authors: Laurent Bach, Sophie Cottet and Marion Monnet
Ipp Policy brief n°35 - September 2018Multi-district schools : an effective tool to tackle social segregation ?
Authors: Julien Grenet and Youssef Souidi
Feedback n°3 -August 2018Graduating from high school: the effects of a boarding school for disadvantaged students on their secondary education
Authors: Luc Behaghel, Clément de Chaisemartin and Marc Gurgand
IPP Policy brief n°34 - July 2018The redistributive effects of carbon taxation in France
Authors: Thomas Douenne
IPP Policy brief n°33 - June 2018The inefficiency of regular reliance on short-time work
Authors: Pierre Cahuc and Sandra Nevoux
IPP Report n°18 - June 2018Simulating basic income to experiment
Authors: Mahdi Ben Jelloul, Antoine Bozio, Sophie Cottet, Brice Fabre, Claire Leroy
IPP Policy Brief n°32 - May 2018Who benefited from the July 2009 sit-down restaurant value-added tax cuts?
Authors: Youssef Benzarti and Dorian Carloni
IPP Policy Brief n°31 - April 2018Reforming the French pension system : the main challenges
Authors: Antoine Bozio, Simon Rabaté, Audrey Rain and Maxime Tô
IPP Policy brief n°30 - April 2018European integration and labour market policy: Political or national divides?
Authors: Pierre Boyer and Anasuya Raj