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Centre Pour la Recherche Economique et ses Applications (CEPREMAP)
Center for economic research and its applications
Centre Pour la Recherche Economique et ses Applications

Обновлено: 09-12-2010
Тематические разделы:
Год основания
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Центры, Исследовательские и аналитические
Цели и задачи

CEPREMAP's mission is to provide an interface between economic research and public administration. It is an agency which provides economic research for the benefit of decision-makers, and at the same time a financing agency for projects which are known to play an important role in making public policy.

CEPREMAP defines its objectives with its institutional partners : Banque de France, CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research), Centre d'Analyse Stratégique (Strategical analyse center), Direction Gйnйrale du Trйsor et de la Politique Economique, Ecole Normale Supйrieure, INSEE (National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies ), Agence Franзaise du Dйveloppement (French Development Agency), Conseil d’Analyse Economique (Economic advisory group to the Prime Minister) , Ministиre chargй du Travail: DARES (Department of Research and Statistics at the French Ministry of Employment), Ministиre chargй de l’Equipement: DRAST (Department of research and scientific and technical affairs at the French Ministry of Equipment) , Ministиre chargй de la Santй : DREES (Department of Research, Studies, Assessment and Statistics at the French Ministry of Health), Direction de la Recherche du Ministиre de la Recherche (Research Direction of the Ministry of Research).

Furthermore, CEPREMAP will receive financial support from companies and institutions to develop specific applications in which the researchers will be asked to participate.

Jean-Pierre Jouyet (president), Daniel Cohen (director), Philippe Askenazy (co-director)
Исследовательские проекты

CEPREMAP's activities are divided into 5 scientific programmes. The objectives of these programmes are defined for a period of two years. For 2005-2006, they have been established as follows:

  • Programme 1 : Macroeconomic policy in an open economies The main themes are: fiscal and monetary policy and management of economic cycles; international financial crisis and their resolutions; demography, long-term growth and retirement schemes (in connection with programmes 2 and 3).
  • Programme 2 : Labor and work The main themes are: Employment policies and the efficiency of the labour market; management of age, retirement and employment (in connection with programmes 1 and 3 as regards retirement schemes); salary, education, training; working conditions: organization and satisfaction (in connection with programme 3 as regards health at work).
  • Programme 3 : Public finance and redistributive policies The main themes are: Health and welfare (in connection with programme 2 as regards health at work); education; retirement and property; inequalities and social transfers (in connection with programme 1 as regards financing and programme 2 as regards seniors' employment).
  • Programme 4 : Markets, firms and competition policies The main thems are: Financial markets, competition policy and intellectual property; network economy.
  • Programme 5 : International trade and development The main themes are: Trade and economic geography, development and poverty; development and growth.

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(33.1) 01 43 13 62 30
(33.1) 01 43 13 62 32
France, Paris , CEPREMAP, Ecole normale supйrieure (ENS), 48 Boulevard Jourdan, 75014

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