Curriculum vitae

Caroli Eve

Professeur des universités
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eve.caroliping@dauphinepong.fr
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Biographie

Eve Caroli is a professor of Economics at University Paris Dauphine. She is a researcher at LEDa-LEGOS and at the Paris School of Economics and a research fellow at CEPREMAP, Paris. Her research interests focus on human resource management and health at work. She is also interested in low-wage work and is a member of the French Low-Pay Commission. She coordinated the French part of the Russell Sage Foundation project on Low wage work in Europe (2004-2008). Prior to her position at University Paris Dauphine, she has been a professor at University Paris-Ouest Nanterre and before a researcher at INRA-LEA in Paris and a visiting lecturer at Uuniversity College London. She obtained her PhD from Sciences Po, Paris and graduated from University Paris VII and Sciences Po.

Publications

Articles

Bassanini A., Brunello G., Caroli E. (2017), Not in my Community: Social Pressure and the Geography of Dismissals, Journal of Labor Economics, vol. 35, n°2, p. 429-483

Bignon V., Caroli E., Galbiati R. (2017), Stealing to Survive? Crime and Income Shocks in 19th Century France, The Economic Journal, vol. 127, n°599, p. 19-49

Caroli E., Weber-Baghdiguian L. (2016), Self-Reported Health and Gender: the Role of Social Norms, Social Science & Medicine, vol. 153, p. 220-229

Caroli E., Godard M. (2016), Does job insecurity deteriorate health?, Health Economics, vol. 25, n°2, p. 131–147

Bassanini A., Caroli E. (2015), Is Work Bad for Health? The Role of Constraint versus Choice, Annals of Economics and Statistics, n°119-120, p. 13-37

Behaghel L., Caroli E., Roger M. (2014), Age Biased Technical and Organisational Change, Training and Employment Prospects of Older Workers, Economica, vol. 81, n°322, p. 368-389

Bassanini A., Breda T., Caroli E., Rebérioux A. (2013), Working in family firms : less paid but more secure ? Evidence from French matched employer-employee data, Industrial & Labor Relations Review, vol. 66, n°2, p. 60

Behaghel L., Caroli E., Walkowiak E. (2012), Information and communication technologies and skill upgrading: the role of internal vs external labour markets, Oxford Economic Papers, vol. 64, n°3, p. 490-517

Behaghel L., Caroli E., Roger M. (2010), Départ des travailleurs âgés, formation continue et changements technologiques et organisationnels, Travail et emploi, vol. 1, n°121, p. 7-20

Askenazy P., Caroli E. (2010), Innovative Work Practices, Information Technologies, and Working Conditions : Evidence for France, Industrial Relations, vol. 49, n°4, p. 544-565

Caroli E., Gautié J., James S., Lamanthe A., Lloyd C. (2010), Delivering Flexibility : Contrasting Patterns in the French and the UK Food Processing Industry, British Journal of Industrial Relations, vol. 48, n°2, p. 284-309

Caroli E., Gautié J., Lamanthe A. (2009), The French Food-Processing Model : High Relative Wages and High Work Intensity, International Labour Review, vol. 148, n°4, p. 375-394

Caroli E. (2007), Internal versus External Labour Flexibility : The Role of Knowledge Codification, National Institute Economic Review, n°201, p. 107-118

Aubert P., Caroli E., Roger M. (2006), Nouvelles technologies et nouvelles formes d’organisation du travail. Quelles conséquences pour l’emploi des salariés âgés ?, Revue Economique, vol. 57, n°6, p. 1329-1349

Aubert P., Caroli E., Roger M. (2006), New technologies, organisation and age: firm-level evidence, The Economic Journal, vol. 116, n°509, p. 73-93

Askenazy P., Caroli E. (2003), Pratiques « innovantes », accidents du travail et charge mentale : résultats de l’enquête française « Conditions de travail 1998 », Pistes, vol. 05, n°01, p. 30

Askenazy P., Caroli E., Marcus V. (2002), New organizational practices and working conditions: evidence from France in the 1990's, Recherches économiques de Louvain, vol. 68, n°1-2, p. 91-110

Caroli E., Garcıa-Penalosa C. (2002), Risk aversion and rising wage inequality, Economics Letters, vol. 77, n°1, p. 21–26

Caroli E., Greenan N., Guellec D. (2001), Organizational Change and Skill Accumulation, Industrial and Corporate Change, vol. 10, n°2, p. 481-506

Caroli E., Van Reenen J. (2001), Skill-Biased Organizational Change? Evidence from a panel of British and French establishments, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, vol. 116, n°4, p. 1449-1492

Aghion P., Caroli E., Garcia-Penalosa C. (1999), Inequality and Economic Growth: The Perspective of the New Growth Theories, The Journal of Economic Literature, vol. 37, n°4, p. 1615-1660

Caroli E. (1996), Qualifications intermédiaires et rapport de formation dans cinq pays de l'OCDE : Allemagne, France, Japon, Grande-Bretagne et Etats-Unis, La Revue de l'IRES, n°21, p. 5-36

Caroli E., Huberman B., Glance N. (1995), Formation en entreprise et débauchage de main d'oeuvre aux Etats-Unis : un modèle dynamique d'action collective, Revue Economique, vol. 46, n°3, p. 807-816

Caroli E. (1994), Croissance et formation : le rôle de la politique éducative, Economie et prévision, vol. 116, p. 49-61

Caroli E. (1993), Les fonctions du système éducatif vu par les économistes : quelques conceptions fondatrices, Education et formations, vol. 35, p. 53-30

Ouvrages

Caroli E., Gautié J. (2009), Bas salaires et qualité de l'emploi : l'exception française ?, Paris: Éd. Rue d'Ulm Presses de l'école normale supérieure, 510 p.

Caroli E., Gautié J. (2008), Low-wage Work in France, New-York: Russell Sage Foundation, 328 p.

Chapitres d'ouvrage

Askenazy P., Caroli E., Gautié J. (2009), Panorama des bas salaires et de la qualité de l'emploi peu qualifié en France, in Caroli, Eve; Gautié, Jérôme, Bas salaires et qualité de l'emploi : l'exception française, Paris: Éd. Rue d'Ulm Presses de l'école normale supérieure, p. 67-143

Caroli E., Gautié J., Lamanthe A. (2009), Les opérateurs des industries agroalimentaires à l'épreuve des pressions concurrentielles croissantes, in Caroli, Eve; Gautié, Jérôme, Bas salaires et qualité de l'emploi : l'exception française ?, Paris: Éd. Rue d'Ulm Presses de l'école normale supérieure, p. 510

Askenazy P., Caroli E., Gautié J. (2008), Low-Wage Work and Labor Market Institutions in France, in Caroli, Eve ; Gautié, Jérôme, Low-wage work in France, New-York: Russell Sage foundation, p. 315

Caroli E., Gautié J., Lamanthe A. (2008), Operators in Food Processing Industries: Coping with Increasing Pressure, in Caroli, Eve ; Gautié, Jérôme, Low-wage work in France, New-York: Russell Sage foundation, p. 88-127

Caroli E. (2006), Intensification du travail : où sont les coupables ?, in Askenazy, Philippe ; Cartron, Damien; de Coninck, Frédéric; Gollac, Michel, Organisation et intensité du travail, Toulouse: Octarès éditions, p. 532

Caroli E. (2001), New technologies, organizational change and the skill bias: what do we know?, in Petit Pascal ;Soete, Luc, Technology and the Future of European Employment, Northampton (Mass.): Edward Elgar, p. 548

Caroli E. (1998), Formação e performance de crescimento comparadas em cinco economias da OCDE, in Braga‎, José Carlos de Souza ; Théret, Bruno, Regulação econômica e globalização, São Paulo: Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Instituto de Economia, p. 536

Aghion P., Caroli E., Garcia-Peñalosa C. (1998), Inequality and economic growth, in Aghion Philippe ; Williamson, Jeffrey G., Growth, inequality, and globalization : theory, history, and policy, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p. 7-102

Cahiers de recherche

Blanchet D., Caroli E., Prost C., Roger M. (2016), Health Capacity to Work at Older Ages in France, Washington, NBER Working Papers, 42 p.

Caroli E., Weber-Baghdiguian L. (2015), Self-Reported Health and Gender: the Role of Social Norms, Document de travail (Docweb) - CEPREMAP

Caroli E., Galbiati R., Bignon V. (2014), Stealing to Survive : Crime and Income Shocks in 19th Century France, Bonn, Discussion Paper Series, 60 p.

Brunello G., Bassanini A., Caroli E. (2014), Not in my Community: Social Pressure and the Geography of Dismissals, Paris, Preprints LEDa, 46 p.

Caroli E., Bassanini A. (2014), Is work bad for health? The role of constraint vs choice, Bonn, IZA Discussion Papers, 28 p.

Editoriaux, directions de revue

Blasco S., Messe P-J., Caroli E., Lindeboom M. (2015), Special issue on Health and Labour Economics, Annals of Economics and Statistics, n° 119-120

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