IPP Policy Brief n°38 - March 2019Gender and lawmaking
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°37 - January 2019The 2019 French budget: impacts on households
Authors: Mahdi Ben Jelloul, Antoine Bozio, Thomas Douenne, Brice Fabre and Claire Leroy
IPP Policy brief n°36 - October 2018French budget 2019: the switch from the CICE tax credit to a cut of employer Social Security contributions
Authors: Antoine Bozio, Sophie Cottet and Clément Malgouyres
Ipp Policy brief n°35 - September 2018Multi-district schools : an effective tool to tackle social segregation ?
Authors: Julien Grenet and Youssef Souidi
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 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
IPP Policy Brief n°29 - November 2017French employment tribunals : can the disparity of their decisions be explained?
Authors: Thomas Breda, Esther Chevrot-Bianco, Claudine Desrieux, Romain Espinosa