Ecole Polytechnique (Paris) and CEPR
Pierre Cahuc is Professor of Economics at the Ecole Polytechnique (Paris), research fellow at CREST-INSEE (Paris), at CEPR (London) and programme director at the IZA (institute for the study of Labor, Bonn). He is a member of the French Economic Advisory Council to the French Prime Minister (CAE) and of the Economic Advisory Council to the Minister of Economics and Finance (CEN). His research focuses mainly on labour markets. He has published in Econometrica, Economic Journal, International Economic Review, Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Labor Economics and many other academic journals. He is the co-author, with André Zylberberg, of the graduate textbook Labor Economics (MIT Press, 2004) and of the book The Natural Survival of Work (MIT Press, 2006) which won the 2004 European Economics Book Award.
Articles by Pierre Cahuc:
Trust and the welfare state: The twin-peaked curve
17 July 2014, 7130 reads
The “de-taxation” of overtime hours: Lessons from the French experiment
2 February 2011, 11165 reads
Is short-time work a good method to keep unemployment down?
1 February 2011, 11759 reads
Why is Spain’s unemployment so high?
22 January 2011, 52351 reads
Ending the scourge of dual labour markets in Europe
12 July 2010, 17588 reads
France: The price of suspicion
25 November 2007, 13195 reads
Trust and economic development
2 October 2007, 21040 reads