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Eve Caroli
Eve Caroli
Université Paris Dauphine PSL
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Inequality and economic growth: the perspective of the new growth theories
P Aghion, E Caroli, C Garcia-Penalosa
Journal of Economic literature 37 (4), 1615-1660, 1999
33381999
Skill-biased organizational change? Evidence from a panel of British and French establishments
E Caroli, J Van Reenen
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 116 (4), 1449-1492, 2001
15252001
New technologies, organisation and age: firm‐level evidence
P Aubert, E Caroli, M Roger
The Economic Journal 116 (509), F73-F93, 2006
3152006
Does job insecurity deteriorate health?
E Caroli, M Godard
Health economics 25 (2), 131-147, 2016
2482016
Organisation et intensité du travail
P Askenazy, D Cartron, M Gollac, F de Coninck
HAL Post-Print, 2006
2102006
Innovative work practices, information technologies, and working conditions: Evidence for France
P Askenazy, E Caroli
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 49 (4), 544-565, 2010
1822010
Working in family firms: Paid less but more secure? Evidence from French matched employer-employee data
A Bassanini, T Breda, E Caroli, A Rebérioux
ILR Review 66 (2), 433-466, 2013
1672013
Organizational change and skill accumulation
E Caroli, N Greenan, D Guellec
Industrial and Corporate Change 10 (2), 481-506, 2001
1352001
Is work bad for health? The role of constraint versus choice
A Bassanini, E Caroli
Annals of Economics and Statistics/Annales d'Économie et de Statistique, 13-37, 2015
1232015
New organizational practices and working conditions: Evidence from France in the 1990’s
P Askenazy, E Caroli, V Marcus
Recherches Économiques de Louvain/Louvain Economic Review 68 (1-2), 91-110, 2002
1212002
Stealing to survive? Crime and income shocks in nineteenth century France
V Bignon, E Caroli, R Galbiati
The Economic Journal 127 (599), 19-49, 2017
992017
New technologies, organizational change and the skill bias: what do we know
E Caroli
Technology and the future of European employment, 259-292, 2001
932001
Self-reported health and gender: The role of social norms
E Caroli, L Weber-Baghdiguian
Social Science & Medicine 153, 220-229, 2016
872016
Low-wage work in France
E Caroli, J Gautie
Russell Sage Foundation, 2008
872008
Age‐biased technical and organizational change, training and employment prospects of older workers
L Behaghel, E Caroli, M Roger
Economica 81 (322), 368-389, 2014
832014
Inequality and economic growth
P Aghion, C Garcia-Peñalosa, E Caroli
Economics Papers from University Paris Dauphine, 1998
781998
Organization, skills and technology: evidence from a panel of British and French establishments
E Caroli, J Van Reenen
Institute for Fiscal Studies, 1999
701999
Bas salaires et qualité de l'emploi: l'exception française?
E Caroli, J Gautié
Université Paris1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (Post-Print and Working Papers), 2009
512009
Skills and Organisational Change: Evidence from British and French establishments in the 1980s and 1990s
J Van Reenen, E Caroli
Quarterly Journal of Economics 116 (4), 1449-1492, 2001
472001
Delivering flexibility: Contrasting patterns in the French and the UK food processing industry
E Caroli, J Gautié, C Lloyd, A Lamanthe, S James
British Journal of Industrial Relations 48 (2), 284-309, 2010
432010
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