Curriculum vitae

Bonsang Éric

Professeur des universités
Tel : 01 44 05 42 24
Bureau : P103


Eric Bonsang is professor of Economics at University Paris-Dauphine. He is a fellow of the Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA, Maastricht University), and the Network for Studies on Pensions, Aging and Retirement (Netspar). He is Associate Editor of the Journal of the Economics of Aging. His current research interests focus on economics of ageing, health economics, applied microeconometrics, and labour and demographic economics. 

Dernières publications


Bonsang É., Skirbekk V. (2022), Does Childbearing Affect Cognitive Health in Later Life? Evidence From an Instrumental Variable Approach, Demography, vol. 59, n°3, p. 975–994

Bassoli E., Bonsang É., Brugiavini A., Pasini G. (2022), End-of-life care and depression, Applied Economics Letters, p. 1-10

Skirbekk V., Bonsang É., Engdahl B. (2022), Childhood hearing impairment and fertility in Norway, Scientific Reports, vol. 12, n°402

Bonsang É., Caroli E., Garrouste C. (2021), Gender heterogeneity in self-reported hypertension, Economics and Human Biology, vol. 43, p. 101071

Bonsang É., Caroli E. (2021), Cognitive Load and Occupational Injuries, Industrial Relations, vol. 60, n°2, p. 219-242

Bonsang É., Van Soest A. (2020), Time devoted to home production and retirement in couples: A panel data analysis, Labour Economics, vol. 65, p. 101810

Bonsang É., Costa-Font J. (2020), Behavioral regularities in old age planning, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, vol. 173, p. 297-300

Bonsang É., Skirbekk V., Staudinger U. (2017), As You Sow, So Shall You Reap: Gender-Role Attitudes and Late-Life Cognition, Psychological Science, vol. 28, n°9, p. 1201-1213

Bonsang É., Dohmen T. (2015), Risk attitude and cognitive aging, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, vol. 112, p. 112-126

Bonsang É., Van Soest A. (2015), Satisfaction with daily activities after retirement in Europe, Ageing and Society, vol. 35, n°06, p. 1146-1170

Grotz C., Letenneur L., Bonsang É., Amieva H., Meillon C., Quertemont E., Salmon E., Adam S., ICTUS/DSA group ., Deli M. (2015), Retirement Age and the Age of Onset of Alzheimer’s Disease: Results from the ICTUS Study, PLoS ONE, vol. 10, n°2, p. e0115056

Adam S., Bonsang É., Grotz C., Perelman S. (2013), Occupational activity and cognitive reserve: implications in terms of prevention of cognitive aging and Alzheimer’s disease, Clinical Interventions in Aging, vol. 8, p. 377—390

Skirbekk V., Stonawski M., Bonsang É., Staudinger U. (2013), The Flynn effect and population aging, Intelligence, vol. 41, n°3, p. 169-177

Bonsang É., Adam S., Perelman S. (2012), Does retirement affect cognitive functioning?, Journal of Health Economics, vol. 31, n°3, p. 490-501

Bonsang É., Klein T. (2012), Retirement and subjective well-being, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, vol. 83, n°3, p. 311-329

Bonsang É., Van Soest A. (2012), Satisfaction with social contacts of older Europeans, Social Indicators Research, vol. 105, n°2, p. 273-292

Bonsang É., Van Soest A. (2012), Satisfaction with job and income among older individuals across European countries, Social Indicators Research, vol. 105, n°2, p. 227-254

Bonsang É. (2009), Does informal care from children to their elderly parents substitute for formal care in Europe?, Journal of Health Economics, vol. 28, n°1, p. 143-154

Adam S., Bonsang É., Germain S., Perelman S. (2007), Retraite, activités non professionnelles et vieillissement cognitif. Une exploration à partir des données de Share, Economie et statistique / Economics and Statistics, vol. 403-404, p. 83-96

Bonsang É. (2007), How do middle-aged children allocate time and money transfers to their older parents in Europe?, Empirica - Journal of European Economics, vol. 34, n°2, p. 171-188

Chapitres d'ouvrage

Bonsang É., Lemoine A. (2020), Renteneintritt und kognitive Leistungsfähigkeit, in Hendrik Jürges, Johannes Siegrist, Matthias Stiehler, Männer und der Übergang in die Rente Psychosozial-Verlag, p. 199-210

Bonsang É., Schoenmaeckers . (2015), 33. Long-term care insurance and the family: does the availability of potential caregivers substitute for long-term care insurance?, in Axel Börsch-Supan, Thorsten Kneip, Howard Litwin, Michal Myck, Guglielmo Weber, Ageing in Europe - Supporting Policies for an Inclusive Society De Gruyter, p. 369-380

Bonsang É., Soest A. (2014), Job and Income Satisfaction Among Older Europeans, in Alex C. Michalos, Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research Springer, p. 3428-3435

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