Sylvie BLASCO

Grade : Maître de Conférence IUT du Mans


Bureau:
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Timbre:
J390
Lieu:
(MK2)
Labo:
LMI

Téléphone : -

Mail : sylvie.blasco[arrowbase]univ-lemans.fr

ResearchEducationJobsPublicationsTeachingWork in progressOther

Research Interests

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Applied Microeconometrics: Duration and Transition Models, Structural Estimation. 

Labour Economics: Unemployment, Search models, Labour Market Flexibility, Integration process.

Evaluation : Non take-up, Employment Policy, Continuous Training, Threat Effects, Post-Unemployment Outcomes.

Biography

Education

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2006 - 2009: PhD in Economics, Paris School of Economics, EHESS, awarded with Highest Honours

  • Title: “The Take-up of the Unemployment Insurance in France”.
  • Advisor: David N. Margolis.
  • Comittee: Bart Cockx (referee), Thierry Kamionka, Thomas Piketty (president of jury), Michael Rosholm (referee), Antoine Terracol.

2006: Graduated from ENSAE.

2006: Master 2 Analyse et Politique Economiques, Paris School of Economics, EHESS.


Jobs

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Current position and affiliations:

Assistant professor (Maître de Conférences), GAINS, University of Maine, IUT of Le Mans
 
Affiliated researcher at
  
Past positions:

2009-2011: Post-doc, Department of Economics in Aarhus School of Business, Aarhus University.

09-12/2008: Guest Ph-D student, Free University, Amsterdam, EU Marie Curie RTN « Microdata Methods and Practice ».

02-04/2008: Guest Ph-D student, Carlos III University, Madrid, EU Marie Curie RTN « Economics of Education and Education Policy in Europe ».

2006-2009: Research fellow - PhD, Department of Microeconometrics, CREST.

 

Research contracts:

2013: Research contract with DARES for the use of the SIP data set; with T. Brodaty; project: interactions between health and labour market situations: the multiplier effect of working conditions

2009-2011: Research agreement with DARES for the use of the FH-DADS data; with F. Fontaine and D. Margolis; project: le recours a l'assurance chomage en France.



Publications

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 Publications in refereed journals: 

Working papers: 



Teaching

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Work in progress

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  • Social Experiment:
    • "Providing Job Placement Counseling to Young People From Disadvantaged Neighboorhoods (Search Clubs)"
    • PROGRESS programme - European commission, joint with Pole Emploi.
    • Evaluation team: Bruno Crépon, Michael Rosholm, Daphné Skandalis, Arne Uhlendorff, Gerard van den Berg.
       
  • « A Structural Model of the Unemployment Insurance Take-up » with F. Fontaine.
  • « A moving Springboard: Fixed-Term Contracts and Entry Conditions » with P. Givord.
  • « Career and Unemployment Dynamics in Europe » with F. Warzynski.
  • " Evaluation of Labour Market Policy Programmes with Caseworker Effects" with M. Rosholm.

Other

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Conferences and Workshops:

2013: TEPP-CNRS Thematic school "Evaluation des Politiques Publiques (ETEPP).

2012: IZA/SOLE transatlantic Meeting (Buch Ammersee) ; Search and Matching Workshop (Mainz) ; the European Association of Labor Economists Conference - EALE (Bonn) ; the Economic Society of Population Economics Conference - ESPE (Bern) ; CAFE Workshop (Vejle) ; Journées de Microéconomie Appliquée - JMA (Brest) ; Colloque TEPP (Caen). 

2011: 16th meeting of the Society of Labor Economists - SOLE 2011 (Vancouver); Workshop IAB « Increasing Labor Market Flexibility - Boon or Bane? » (Nuremberg).

2010: European Economic Association Congress - EEA (Glasgow) ; the EALE/SOLE Conference (Londres) ; 2nd meeting of the Danish Microeconometrics Network (Skagen) ; ELE Summer Institute (Reykjavik) ; the Economic Society of Population Economics Conference - ESPE (Essen) ; NCoE workshop « active labour market policies and family friendly policies» (Bornholm).

2009: IZA Summer School (Buch Ammersee) ; ESPE (Séville) ; Final Meeting of the RTN Microdata Methods and Practice (Londres).

2008: EEA (Milan) ; the European Econometric Society Meeting - ESEM (Milan) ; EALE (Amsterdam) ; the AFSE Conference (Paris)

2007: EALE (Oslo) ; the COST Conference (La Hayes) ; JMA (Fribourg).

Seminars:

2011: Erudite seminar, University Paris 12 - Val de Marne ; GAINS seminar, University of Maine ; Séminaire Jeunes, Economix, University Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense ; CES seminaire, University Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne.

2010: Invited discussant at the internal seminar of  Centre D'Etudes de l'Emploi (Paris) ; internal seminar, Department of Economics, Aarhus School of Business.

2009: Internal seminar, Department of Economics, Aarhus School of Business ; Lunch Seminar, Paris School of Economics ; INSEE-CREST seminar « La formation professionnelle continue ».

2008: Ph-D Lunch seminar, Institut Tinbergen (Amsterdam); internal seminar, Department of Economics, Vrije Universiteit (Amsterdam); Seminar of Applied Economics and Econometrics, University Carlos III (Madrid).

Refereeing Activity and other collective responsibilities:

Referee for Journal of Applied Econometrics, Labour Economics, Oxford Bulletin of Econometrics and Statistics, International Journal of Manpower, Journal of Labor Research, Revue Economique, Economie et Prévision, Economie et Statistique.  

Spring 2011: Co-organizer of the seminar series, Department of Economics, Aarhus School of Business.

Co-organiser of the International Conference TEPP on "Labour and Health Economics", September 26-27 2013, Le Mans.

Co-organiser of the workshop Search and Matching, Rouen, France, December 6-7 2012, Denmark
 
Co-organiser of the workshop CAFE on the Evaluation of Active Labour Market Policies, December 14-16 2011, Denmark. (link)

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