What are the goals of the workshop, who can submit a contribution and on which topics?
This workshop aims to promote research work and in particular that of young researchers, but also to facilitate collaborations between universities and public institutions.
This colloquium is open to contributions from university researchers and researchers from public institutions, related to economics, sociology and demography on retirement and aging.
These contributions should cover the following topics:
- the impacts of the Covid19 pandemic on the various aspects of retirement and aging,
- economic cycles and demographic cycles, public transfers and private transfers linked to the aging of the population,
- financial management of provisioned funds and reserves,
- the demographic aspects of retirement (life expectancy, differential mortality, marital behavior, etc.),
- the labour market, end of career and retirement (career paths, aging at work, occupational health, arduousness, employment of seniors, etc.),
- retirement behavior,
- the impact of employment status on retirement, in particular that of the self-employed,
- macroeconomic modeling and the financing of pension systems,
- microsimulation models in the field of retirement and aging,
- intra-generational inequalities, gender inequalities in retirement,
- savings behavior, wealth accumulation,
- the living conditions of retirees, residential mobility, housing conditions, entry into a retirement home or institution, isolation,
- social participation of retirees, sharing of domestic time among retirees,
- loss of autonomy (financing, support, coverage),
- reform evaluations.
When and how to submit your contribution?
The selection of contributions will be based on full contributions, not abstracts. The contribution can be in English or French depending on the preferences of the author(s).
The submission must be sent no later than May 23, 2021 to the following address: email@example.com
For any further information, you can contact Ségolène de Bailliencourt, Amélie Carrère, Camille Chaserant, Nathalie Chataigner, Ronan Mahieu, Marlène Raillard, Muriel Roger or Laurent Soulat at +33 (0) 5 56 11 44 08, at +33 ( 0) 1 58 50 93 46 or on +33 (0) 1 58 50 83 60.
Publication in the review Economics and Statistics of INSEE
The authors of the contributions presented at this conference will be invited to submit them for a special issue of the review Economics and Statistics.
Published by INSEE, it gathers articles of statisticians or researchers dealing with all economic and social phenomena, at the micro or macro level, based on official statistics data or on other sources. It also aims, through both its scientific and educational requirements, to contribute to the economic and social debate by providing information accessible to readers who are not necessarily specialists in the issues dealt with.
Selection of contributions
The selection committee will communicate its choices to the contributors at the beginning of July 2021.
It is made up of Christophe Albert (CDC), Franck Arnaud (Drees), Luc Arrondel (PSE-CNRS), Thomas Barnay (University Paris-Est Créteil), Samia Benallah (University of Reims), Didier Blanchet (Insee), Carole Bonnet (INED), Antoine Bozio (IPP, PSE and EHESS), Amélie Carrère (IPP), Éric Defebvre (University of Paris 1), Gijs Dekkers (Belgian Federal Planning Bureau), Clémentine Garrouste (Paris-Dauphine University), Jérôme Glachant (University of Paris 1), Agnès Gramain (University of Lorraine), Roméo Fontaine (Ined), Anne Lavigne (COR), Mathieu Lefèbvre (University of Strasbourg), Bérangère Legendre (University of Savoie Mont-Blanc), Ronan Mahieu (CDC) , Anthony Marino (COR), André Masson (PSE-CNRS and EHESS), Frédérique Nortier Ribordy (COR), Jim Ogg (Cnav), Elsa Perdrix (Max Planck Institute), Pierre Pestieau (University of Liège, PSE), Simon Rabaté (IPP and CPB), Benoît Rapoport (University of Paris 1 and Ined), Muriel Roger (University of Paris 1), Quitterie Roquebert (University of Strasbourg), Delphine Roy (IPP), Laurent Soulat (CDC), Marianne Tenand (Erasmus University of Rotterdam), Lionel Wilner (Insee), Jérôme Wittwer (University of Bordeaux), François-Charles Wolff (University of Nantes).