Deputy Research Director, Economics Research Centre

Speciality : Economics
Expertise : Health and Education Economics, Labour Market

EDHEC Business School
16-18 Rue du 4 Septembre
75002 Paris - France
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Pierre Courtioux, PhD, is Deputy Director of the Economics Research Centre at EDHEC Business School. He is also an associate researcher at the Centre of Economics (CNRS University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne). He holds a doctorate in economics and is qualified to direct research. He has mainly worked on employment and social protection issues, notably in the Research Department of Economic Studies and Statistics (Ministry of Health and Ministry of Employment). He has carried out expertise work for various French institutions (CAE, COR, ONPES, CGI, France-Strategie) and international institutions (CEDEFOP, European Commission, ILO). In 2016, Pierre Courtioux worked on the social mixity at school. He has also participated in the collective work published by the ILO (International Labour Organization)"Europe's Disappearing Middle Class? Evidence from the World of Work" by studying the stability of the middle classes in France.

Main academic publications

Economie et Statistique (2015), Revue Française d'Administration Publique (2015), Economic Modelling (2014 ; 2016), Education Economics (2012), Revue Economique (2011), Economie Appliquée (2010), Revue Française d'Economie (2010), Horizons Stratégiques (2007), Economies et Sociétés (2006), Cahiers d'Economie Politique (2005), Travail et Emploi (2005)

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Publications edhec

This article provides a geographical and urban analysis of the contribution of di⁄erences in enrollment between the public and private sectors to...
Ce document propose une évaluation des bénéfices socio-économiques des diplômes de l’enseignement supérieur. Il s’agit de mesurer le rendement pour...


Press Articles

"Pierre Courtioux, Research Director at the Economics Research Centre (EDHEC) probes if labour-market inequalities can be reduced by negotiating at...