IPP Policy Brief n°82 - March 2022Do French companies under-report their workforce at 49 employees to get around the law?
IPP Policy Briefs
IPP Policy Briefs are publications particular to the Institute, which aim to present the findings of research work in a concise format that avoids specialist jargon without sacrificing scientific rigour.
The purpose is to communicate to the press, to policy makers and to the wider public, the state of knowledge accumulated about a given public policy.
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