Territories, well-being and public policies, Yann Algan, Clément Malgouyres and Claudia Senik, No. 55, January 2020

International Corporate Taxation : What Reforms ? What Impact ?, Clemens Fuest, Mathieu Parenti and Farid Toubal, No. 54, November 2019

Taxes on production : the Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Philippe Martin and Alain Trannoy, No. 53, June 2019

Cannabis : How can we take back control ?, Emmanuelle Auriol and Pierre-Yves Geoffard, No. 52, June 2019

Competition and Trade : which policies for Europe ?, Sébastien Jean, Anne Perrot and Thomas Philippon, No. 51, May 2019

A proposal for the climate : taxing carbon not people, Dominique Bureau, Fanny Henriet and Katheline Schubert, No. 50, March 2019

The French Policy of Payroll Tax Reductions, Yannick L’Horty, Philippe Martin and Thierry Mayer, No. 49, January 2019

Trust, Cooperation and Autonomy : Towards a 21st Century School, Yann Algan, Elise Huillery and Corinne Prost, No. 48, October 2018

European fiscal rules require a major overhaul, Zsolt Darvas, Philippe Martin and Xavier Ragot, No. 47, September 2018

International trade under attack : what strategy for Europe ?, Sébastien Jean, Philippe Martin and André Sapir, No. 46, July 2018

Brexit : Seizing Opportunities and Limiting Risks in the Finance Sector, Anne-Laure Delatte and Farid Toubal, No. 45, December 2017

Economic Regulation : Which Sectors to Regulate and How ?, Maya Bacache-Beauvallet and Anne Perrot, No. 44, November 2017

A Strategy for Public Spending, Maya Bacache-Beauvallet, Dominique Bureau, Francesco Giavazzi and Xavier Ragot, No. 43, July 2017

What role for economists in policy-making ?, Agnès Bénassy-Quéré, Olivier Blanchard and Jean Tirole, No.42, July 2017

Improving the fight against poverty through monetary aids, Olivier Bargain, Stéphane Carcillo, Yannick L’Horty and Etienne Lhemann, No.41, April 2017

Preventing poverty through employment, education and mobility, Stephane Carcillo, Elise Huillery and Yannick L’Horty, No.40, April 2017

The new caledonian economy beyond nickel, Catherine Ris, Alain Trannoy and Etienne Wasmer, No.39, March 2017

Making the best of EU’s single market, Vincent Aussilloux, Agnès Bénassy-Quéré, Clemens Fuest and Guntram Wolff, No.38, February 2017

Trade and climate : towards reconciliation, Dominique Bureau, Lionel Fontagné and Katheline Schubert, No.37, January 2017

Ultra-low interest rates : symptom and opportunity, Xavier Ragot, Christian Thimann and Natacha Valla, No.36, December 2016

What public policy for the dependent ederly ?, Antoine Bozio, Agnès Gramain and Cécile Martin, No.35, October 2016

Digital administration, Yann Algan, Maya Bacache-Beauvallet and Anne Perrot, No.34, September 2016

Strengthening french venture capital, Marie Ekeland, Augustin Landier and Jean Tirole, No.33, July 2016

The employment of seniors : a choise to clarify and personalize, Pierre Cahuc, J.O Hairault and Corinne Prost, No.32, May 2016

Preparing France for the increasing international mobility of talents, Cecilia Garcia-Penalosa and Etienne Wasmer, No.31, May 2016

France’s attractiveness for company decision-making centres, Farid Toubal and Alain Trannoy, No.30, April 2016

Which Fiscal Union for the Euro Area ?, Agnès Bénassy-Quéré, Xavier Ragot and Guntram Wolff, No.29, February 2016

Governance of Social Protection : Transparency and Effectiveness, Antoine Bozio and Brigitte Dormont, No.28, January 2016

Time to decide on French Agriculture, Jean-Christophe Bureau, Sebastien Jean and Lionel Fontagné, No.27, December 2015

The digital Economy, Nicolas Colin, Augustin Landier, Pierre Mohnen and Anne Perrot, No.26, October 2015

Help SMEs to prosper, Members of the CAE, No.25, October 2015

Improving the unemployment insurance system in order to contain employment instability, Pierre Cahuc and Corinne Prost, No.24, September 2015

In search of lost market shares, Maria Bas, Lionel Fontagné, Philippe Martin and Thierry Mayer, No.23, May 2015

Strengthening the efficiency of public procurement, Stéphane Saussier and Jean Tirole, No.22, April 2015

A policy mix for the Euro Area, Agnès Bénassy-Quéré and Xavier Ragot, No.21, March 2015

Promoting Equal Opportunities throughout the country, Philippe Askenazy and Philippe Martin, No.20, February 2015

Apprenticeship for Employment, Pierre Cahuc and Marc Ferracci with the contribution of jean Tirole and Etienne Wasmer, No.19, December 2014

Lending to SMEs : Identifying difficulties and recommending targeted measures, Jacques Cailloux, Augustin Landier and Guillaume Plantin, No.18, November 2014

Reducing wage inequalities between women and men, Antoine Bozio, Brigitte Dormont and Cecilia García-Peñalosa, No.17, October 2014

Raising potential growth in France, Patrick Artus, Cecilia García-Peñalosa and Pierre Mohnen, No.16, September 2014

Which reforms for France ? The CAE’s recommendations, CAE Members, No.15, July 2014

Tax harmonization in Europe : moving forward, Agnès Bénassy-Quéré, Alain Trannoy and Guntram Wolff , No.14, July 2014

No Industry, no future ?, Lionel Fontagné, Pierre Mohnen and Guntram Wolff , No.13, June 2014

Rebuilding the Health Insurance System, Brigitte Domont, Pierre-Yves Geoffard and Jean Tirole , No.12, April 2014

The euro in the currency war, Agnès Bénassy-Quéré, Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas, Philippe Martin and Guillaume Martin, No.11, January 2014

Housing Rental Policy, Alain Trannoy and Etienne Wasmer, No.10, October 2013

Taxation of Capital Income, Patrick Artus, Antoine Bozio and Cecilia García-Peñalosa, No.9, September 2013

Towards a More Efficient Health System, Philippe Askenazy, Brigitte Dormont, Pierre-Yves Geoffard and Valérie Paris, No.8, July 2013

Reforming French Bankruptcy Law, Guillaume Plantin, David Thesmar and Jean Tirole, No.7, June 2013

Energy and Competitiveness, Dominique Bureau, Lionel Fontagné and Philippe Martin, No.6, May 2013

Wage Dynamics in Times of Crisis, Philippe Askenazy, Antoine Bozio and Cecilia García-Peñalosa, No.5, April 2013

The Employment of the Low-Skilled Youth in France, Pierre Cahuc, Stéphane Carcillo and Klaus F. Zimmermann, No.4, April 2013

Completing the Euro, Patrick Artus, Agnès Bénassy-Quéré, Laurence Boone, Jacques Cailloux, Jacques Delpla, Emmanuel Farhi, Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas, Jean Tirole and Guntram Wolff, No.3, April 2013

How Should Property Prices be moderated ?, Alain Trannoy and Etienne Wasmer, No. 2, February 2013.

Public Policy Evaluation, CAE Members, No. 1, February 2013

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