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Our team strives to gain a deeper understanding of the dynamics, causes and consequences of income and wealth inequality; contribute to the intellectual debate surrounding income and wealth inequality; and educate current and future business leaders about the issues and implications of income and wealth inequality. Below is a selection of the relevant research developed at INSEAD.
The Effects of Uber Diffusion on the Mental Health of Drivers - Bénédicte Apouey and Mark Stabile, Health Economics, 2022.
Accounting for the Rising Caesarean Section Rate in Canada: What Are the Roles of Changing Needs, Practices, and Incentives? - Michael Baker, Maripier Isabelle, Mark Stabile and Sara Allin, Canadian Public Policy, 2022.
Gig Workers During the COVID-19 Crisis in France: Financial Precarity and Mental Well-Being - Bénédicte Apouey, Alexandra Roulet, Isabelle Solal, Mark Stabile, Journal of Urban Health, 2020.
Gender Differences in Job Search: Trading off Commute against Wage - Thomas Le Barbanchon, Roland Rathelot and Alexandra Roulet, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2021.
Local Inequality and Departures From Publicly Provided Health Care in Canada - Maripier Isabelle and Mark Stabile, Health Economics, 2020.
Military Training Exercises, Pollution, and Their Consequences for Health - Gustavo J.Bobonisa, MarkStabile and LeonardoTovarc, Journal of Health Economics, 2020.
Health, Wellbeing and Expectations of Gig Economy Workers - Bénédicte Apouey, Alexandra Roulet, Isabelle Solal and Mark Stabile, Journal of Urban Health, 2020.
Child Cash Benefits and Family Expenditures: Evidence from the National Child Benefit - Lauren E. Jones and Mark Stabile, Canadian Journal of Economics, 2019.
How Do the US and Canadian Social Safety Nets Compare for Women and Children? - Hilary Hoynes and Mark Stabile, Journal of Labor Economics, 2019
Rising Inequality and the Implications for the Future of Private Insurance in Canada - Maripier Isabelle and Mark Stabile, Health Economics, Policy and Law, 2018
Income Inequality in France, 1900-2014: Evidence from Distributional National Accounts (DINA) - Bertrand Garbinti, Jonathan Goupille-Lebret and Thomas Piketty, Journal of Public Economics, 2018
Behavioral Responses to Inheritance Tax: Evidence from notches in France - Jonathan Goupille-Lebret and Jose Infante, Journal of Public Economics, 2018
Applying Generalized Pareto Curves to Inequality Analysis - Thomas Blanchet, Bertrand Garbinti, Jonathan Goupille-Lebret, and Clara Martínez-Toledano, American Economic Association Papers and Proceedings, 2018
Inequality and Redistribution in France, 1990-2018: Evidence from Post-Tax Distributional National Accounts (DINA), Antoine Bozio, Bertrand Garbinti, Jonathan Goupille-Lebret, Malka Guillot, and Thomas Piketty, WID.world WORKING PAPER SERIES N° 2018/10
Discrimination as a Self-fulfilling Prophecy: Evidence from French Grocery Stores - Dylan Glover, Amanda Pallais, William Pariente, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2017
Does Group Inclusion Hurt Financial Inclusion? Evidence from Ultra-Poor Members of Ugandan Savings Groups - Alfredo Burlando and Andrea Canidio, Journal of Development Economics, 2017
The Technological Determinants of Long-Run Inequality - Andrea Canidio, Journal of Public Economic Theory, 2017
Accounting for Wealth Inequality Dynamics: Methods, Estimates and Simulations for France (1800-2014) - Bertrand Garbinti, Jonathan Goupille-Lebret and Thomas Piketty, working paper, 2016
Books and Chapters
Demystifying Basic Income: Voices from Supporters, Converts and Detractors Around the Globe - Amy Downes, Stewart Lansley and Eduardo Rodriguez-Montemayor, It’s Basic Income, The Global Debate (Policy Press in the UK and University of Chicago Press in the U.S).
Determinants of Health in Childhood - Mark Stabile, The Handbook of Health Economics (Oxford University Press).
Supplementary Private Health Insurance in National Health Insurance Systems - Mark Stabile, Encyclopedia of Health Economics — Vol. 3 (Elsevier).
Inheritance Tax: Spreading the Wealth - Mark Stabile, Alexandra Roulet and Brian Henry, 2022
International Tax Reform: G20 / OECD Two-Pillar Solution - Mark Stabile, Alexandra Roulet and Brian Henry, 2022.
The Affordable Care Act and Progress on Universal Health Coverage in the U.S. - Brian Henry, Mark Stabile and Ridhima Aggarwal, 2021.
EU Court of Justice to Decide on Back Taxes Owed by Apple to Ireland After Commissioner Vestager Launched Appeal - Morten Bennedsen, Alexandra Roulet, Mark Stabile, and Brian Henry, 2021.
WhatsApp: Tech Watchdogs Collide with Tech Giants - Alexandra Roulet, Mark Stabile and Brian Henry, 2021.
Planting the Seeds or Squandering the Fruits? Ontario's Basic Income Experiment - Ridhima Aggarwal, Maripier Isabelle and Mark Stabile, 2019
Gender Inequality: Why Women Are Paid Less than Men? - Morten Bennedsen, Alexandra Roulet, Mark Stabile, Brian Henry, 2018
Leaks, Dumps and Whistleblowers: Tax Havens and Wealth Inequality - Morten Bennedsen, Brian Henry, Alexandra Roulet, Mark Stabile, 2018
To Reduce Unemployment, French President Macron Reforms the Labour Market - Morten Bennedsen, Brian Henry, Alexandra Roulet, Mark Stabile, 2018
How In-Work Benefits Reduce Poverty
The U.S. and Canada adopted similar programmes to combat family poverty in the 1990s. How have they fared?
How Invisible Inequality Hurts the Poor
We need to confront how increasing income inequality is affecting people’s inner lives.
Fighting Inequality Starts with Early Childhood Development
Income inequality may have the greatest impact on society's most vulnerable: very young children. Without addressing early childhood development, efforts to close class gaps may fall short.
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