• Du 09 décembre 2019 au 10 décembre 2019
    Campus Tertre
    IAE (Bâtiment Erdre), Room ‘Salle des actes’ (3 rd  floor), Chemin de la Censive du Tertre, Nantes

The aim of the workshop is to bring together senior and junior researchers to discuss their most recent research related to the interplay between health and the labour market. A broad selection of topics fit in this general framework, including—but not limited to—labour market effects of health policies, short/long-term consequences of health shocks, workplace environment, mental/physical health, retirement, and sickness/disability insurance.


Day 1

10:00-10:30 am :    Welcome & coffee

Session I

10:30-11:10    Heike Vethaak, Leiden University
« Decomposing employment trends of disabled workers » (with Pierre Koning)
11:10-11.50    Sébastien Fontenay, Université Libre de Bruxelles
«  The  “other”  child  penalty:  work  disability  after  motherhood  and  how
paternity leave can help » (with Ilan Tojerow)
11:50-12:30    Eric Defebvre, Université Paris 1—CES
«  Working  conditions  and  disability  in  French  workers:  a  career-long
retrospective study » (with Thomas Barnay)
12:30-14:00    Lunch at Le Café Gourmand
14:00-15:15    Keynote lecture by Eric French, University College London
15:15-15:30    Break  

Session II

15:30-16:10    Octave de Brouwer, Université Libre de Bruxelles
« The Unexpected Consequences of Job Search Monitoring: Disability Instead
of Employment? » (with Elisabeth Leduc and Ilan Tojerow)
16:10-16:50  Pierre Koning, Leiden University  
« Targeting Disability Insurance Applications with Screening » (with Mathilde
Godard and Maarten Lindeboom)
16:50-17:05    Break   
 17:05-17:45    Gabriel Pons Rotger, Vive
« The effect of a self-management support program for long-term sick-listed
workers  depends  crucially  on  ex-ante  beliefs:  Evidence  from  a  randomized
controlled trial » (with Michael Rosholm)
17:45-18:25    Patrick Arni, University of Bristol
« Biased health perceptions and risky health behaviors—theory and evidence »
(with Davide Dragone, Lorenz Goette and Nicolas Ziebarth)
19:15-      Dinner at La Cigale, 4 place Graslin, Nantes
      Sponsored by the TEPP Federation.

Day 2


Session III

8:45-9:25    Bénédicte Apouey, CNRS—PSE  
« The Effects of Self and Temporary Employment on Mental Health: The role
of the Gig Economy in the UK » (with Mark Stabile)
9:25-10:05    Alexandra Roulet, Insead
« The causal effect of job loss on health: the Danish miracle ? »  
10:05-10:45    Anthony Lepinteur, University of Luxembourg
« The Asymmetric Experience of Gains and Losses in Job Security on Health»  
10:45-11:10am    Break  


Session IV

11:10-11:50     Justine Bondoux, Université Paris-Est Créteil—ERUDITE
«  How  does  sudden  disability  affect  personal  income?  An  empirical  study
among older European workers » (with Thomas Barnay, Thomas Renaud, and
Florence Jusot)
11:50-12:30    Clémentine Garrouste, Université Paris-Dauphine—LEDa-LEGOS
«  Impact  of  later  retirement  on  mortality:  Evidence  from  France  »  (with
Antoine Bozio and Elsa Perdrix)
13:00-14:30    Lunch at La crêperie de Brocéliande, 3 rue de Guérande, Nantes
End of workshop
15:00-17:00  Optional (cost : 13.80€ pp): discovery visit of Les Machines de l’île
(Carroussel des
Fonds  Marins  and  Galerie  des  Machines),  Parc  des  Chantiers,  Boulevard  Léon
Bureau, Nantes, https://www.lesmachines-nantes.fr/en/



Keynote Speaker

Eric French, University College London

Other Speakers

Bénédicte Apouey, CNRS-PSE
Patrick Arni, University of Bristol
Justine Bondoux, University Paris-Est Créteil-ERUDITE
Octave de Brouwer, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Eric Defebvre, University Paris 1-CES
Sébastien Fontenay, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Clémentine Garrouste, University Paris Dauphine-LEDa-LEGOS
Pierre Koning, Leiden University
Anthony Lepinteur, University of Luxembourg
Gabriel Pons Rotger, VIVE
Alexandra Roulet, INSEAD
Heike Vethaak, Leiden University

Other Participants

Thomas Barnay, University Paris-Est Créteil-ERUDITE
Sylvie Blasco, Le Mans University-GAINS
Florian Fouquet, University of Nantes-LEMNA
Mathilde Godard, University of Lyon-GATE
Pierre-Jean Messe, Le Mans University-GAINS
Bénédicte Rouland, University of Nantes-LEMNA
Florent Sari, University of Nantes-LEMNA


LEMNA           TEPP