HEALTH AND LABOUR POLICY EVALUATION
1st-3rd February 2017


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The workshop will begin early afternoon on Wednesday 1st February 2017 and finish on Friday 3rd February 2017. The program will include invited sessions and about fifteen selected paper presentations. A session of 40 minutes will be dedicated to each selected paper, including presentation by the author (25 minutes) and open discussion with all participants (15 minutes).

FULL SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM (electronic version )

Wednesday February 1st, 2017

13.00-13.45    Registration and coffee

13.45-14.00    Opening

14.00-16.00    Session A: Work, Retirement and Health (1)

                          Chair: Petter Lundborg, Lund University, Departement of Economics. Sweden

14.00-14.40    Commodity Prices, Perceived Job Security, and Mental Health and Wellbeing
                          David W. Johnston, Michael A. Shields and Agne Suziedelyte

14.40-15.20    Why Are Night Shift Workers Overweight?
                          Fabrice Etile and Rémi Yin

15.20-16.00    Impact of Retirement on Health: The Case of Russia
                          Sergey Kapelyuk

16.00-16.30    Coffee break

16.30-17.50    Session B: Effect of Health on Labour Market Outcomes (1)

                          Chair: Zeynep Or, Institute for Research and Information in Health Economics (IRDES).
                          France

                          CNRS Institute for Labor Studies and Public Policies (the TEPP Institute, FR n°3435 CNRS).

16.30-17.10     Longitudinal View on the Effects of ADHD on Life Outcomes: Evidence from the UK
                           Daniel Roland

17.10-17.50     Long-Run Effects of Free School Lunches: Evidence from Administrative Data

                           Jesper Petersen, Dan-Olof Rooth and Petter Lundborg

20.00                 Dinner (no host)

Thursday February 2nd, 2017

8.30-9.00         Coffee

9.00-11.00       Session C: Absences, Employers' Incentives

                           Chair: Fabrice Étilé, Paris School of Economics (PSE). France

9.00-9.40          Nurse Absenteeism and Benefit Generosity: Evidence from Canada
                           Natalie Malak

9.40-10.20       An Evaluation of the 1987 French Disabled Workers Act: Better Paying than Hiring
                          Thomas Barnay, Emmanuel Duguet, Christine Le Clainche and Yann Videau

10.20-11.00     Experience Rating and Work-Related Health in Small and Medium-Sized Firms
                           Pascale Lengagne

11.00-11.30     Coffee break

11.30-12.15     INVITED SESSION 1: Emile Tompa
                           Labour-market Earnings Recovery Following Permanent Work Disability:
                           An Evaluation of the Return-to-work Success under Three Policy Regimes

                           Co-authors: Sheilah Hogg-Johnson, Ben Amick, and Qing Liao

12.15-14.00     Lunch

14.00-16.00     Session D: Disability Insurance and Labour Market

                           Chair: Anna Gromada, Institute for Research and Information in Health Economics (IRDES).
                           France

14.00-14.40     Who Can Go Back to Work? Employment Effects of DI Benefit Cuts by Diagnosis
                           Silvia García Mandico, Pilar García Gomez, Anne C. Gielen and Owen O'Donnell

14.40-15.20     Making Disability Work? The Effects of Financial Incentives on Partially Disabled Workers
                           Pierre Koning and Jan-Maarten Van Sonsbeek

15.20-16.00     Occupational Choice, Retirement, and the Effects of Disability Insurance
                           Lindsay Jacobs

16.00-16.30     Coffee break

16.30-17.15     INVITED SESSION 2: Pierre Koning
                           Employer Incentives to Curb Disability Insurance Enrollment:
                           Evidence from The Netherlands

18.45-23.00     Social event and dinner

19.00                 Guided tour of the National Museum of Modern Art (Georges Pompidou Centre)

20.30                 Dinner at the Georges Restaurant located at the top floor of the Georges Pompidou Centre

Friday February 3rd, 2017

8.30-9.00         Coffee

9.00-11.00      Session E: Work, Retirement and Health (2)

                          Chair: Anissa Afrite, Institute for Research and Information in Health Economics (IRDES).
                          France

9.00-9.40         Employment Insecurity and Health in Denmark
                          Elena Cottini and Paolo Ghinetti

9.40-10.20      Labor Supply Effects of Raising the Pension Age: Evidence From French Reforms
                         Simon Rabaté and Julie Rochut

10.20-11.00   Retirement, Intergenerational Time Transfers, and Fertility
                         Peter Eibich and Thomas Siedler

11.00-11.30   Coffee break

11.30-12.15   INVITED SESSION 3: Eve Caroli
                         Is There a Retirement-Health Care utilization Puzzle?
                         Evidence from SHARE Data in Europe"
                        
 Co-authors: Claudio Lucifora and Daria Vigani

12.15-13.45  Lunch

13.45-14.30  INVITED SESSION 4: Monica Galizzi
                       "Workplace Injuries and Compensation: What We Know about Incentives
                       and Outcomes and Areas for Future Research"

14.30-16:30  Session F: Effect of Health on Labour Market Outcomes (2)

                        Chair: Denis Raynaud, Institute for Research and Information in Health Economics (IRDES).
                        France

14.30-15.10   Women's Employment Adjustments after an Adverse Health Event
                         Zornitza Kambourova, Wolter Hassink and Adriaan Kalwij

15.10-15.50   Labor Supply Responses to Health Shocks in Senegal
                         Virginie Comblon and Karine Marazyan

15.50-16.30   The Effects of Breast Cancer on Individual Labour Market Outcomes
                         Thomas Barnay, Mohamed Ali Ben Halima, Emmanuel Duguet, Christine Le Clainche
                         and Camille Regaert

16.30-18.00   Last coffee

LIST OF PRESENTERS

Anissa Afrite
Institute for Research and Information in Health Economics (IRDES). France.

Thomas Barnay
University of Paris-Est Créteil, ERUDITE. CNRS Institute for Labor Studies and Public Policies (the TEPP Institute, FR n°3435 CNRS). France.

Eve Caroli
PSL-University of Paris-Dauphine, LEDa-LEGOS, Paris School of Economics and IZA. France.

Virginie Comblon
University of Paris-Dauphine, PSL-University of Paris- Dauphine, IRD, LEDa, UMR DIAL. France.

Emmanuel Duguet
Université Paris Est, ERUDITE (EA 437), FR TEPP CNRS 3435, Centre d'Etudes de l'Emploi. France.

Peter Eibich
Health Economics Research Centre, Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford. United Kingdom.

Fabrice Etilé
Paris School of Economics. France.

Monica Galizzi
University of Massachusetts Lowell and Center for Women & Work, University of Massachusetts Lowell.

Silvia García Mandico
Erasmus School of Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam. The Netherlands.

Anna Gromada
Institute for Research and Information in Health Economics (IRDES). France.

Lindsay Jacobs
Federal Reserve Board of Governors. United States of America.

Zornitza Kambourova
Utrecht University, Utrecht University School of Economics. The Netherlands.

Sergey Kapelyuk
Siberian University of Consumer Cooperation. Russia.

Pierre Koning
VU University Amsterdam and Leiden University, IZA and Tinbergen Institute. The Netherlands.

Pascale Lengagne
Institute for Research and Information in Health Economics (IRDES). France.

Petter Lundborg
Lund University, Department of Economics. Sweden.

Natalie Malak
McMaster University, Department of Economics. Canada.

Simon Rabaté
Paris School of Economics - The Institute for Public Policy (PSE-IPP). Ecole normale supérieure (ENS). France.

Simon Rabaté
Paris School of Economics - The Institute for Public Policy (PSE-IPP). Ecole normale supérieure (ENS). France.

Denis Raynaud
Institute for Research and Information in Health Economics (IRDES). France.

Agne Suziedelyte
Department of Economics, City University London. United Kingdom.

Emile Tompa
Institute for Work & Health, Centre for Research on Work Disability Policy, McMaster University and Dalla Lana School of Public Health. Canada.

Jan-Maarten Van Sonsbeek
Vu University Amsterdam, Ministry of social affairs and employment, Department of economics. The Netherlands.

Yann Videau
University of Paris-Est Créteil, ERUDITE. CNRS Institute for Labor Studies and Public Policies (the TEPP Institute, FR n°3435 CNRS). France.

Rémi Yin
Paris School of Economics (PSE). France.