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Bozio, Antoine

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Works: 31 works in 54 publications in 3 languages and 408 library holdings
Roles: Author, Publishing director, Opponent, Editor, Thesis advisor
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Most widely held works by Antoine Bozio
Économie des politiques publiques by Antoine Bozio( Book )

6 editions published between 2010 and 2017 in French and held by 235 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La 4e de couverture indique : "Pourquoi l'État intervient-il dans la sphère économique ? Quelles sont les justifications théoriques et les limites pratiques de cette intervention ? Quelle est la manière la plus efficace de financer l'action de l'État ? De quels outils dispose la puissance publique pour réguler les marchés ? Comment doit-elle organiser la production des services publics et le financement des assurances sociales ? Quels instruments peut-elle mobiliser pour lutter contre les inégalités économiques et quels sont les principaux arbitrages auxquels sont confrontées les politiques de redistribution ? Comment mesurer les bénéfices et les coûts des politiques publiques ? Cet ouvrage réalisé par une équipe de chercheurs en économie sous la direction d'Antoine Bozio et Julien Grenet, s'efforce de répondre à ces questions en mobilisant les outils d'analyse de l'économie publique et en s'appuyant sur les résultats des études empiriques les plus récentes."
Pour un nouveau système de retraite : des comptes individuels de cotisations financés par répartition by Antoine Bozio( Book )

6 editions published between 2008 and 2016 in French and held by 67 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Le système de retraite français est morcelé, complexe, incompréhensible pour la majorité des citoyens et sa stabilité financière à long terme est mise en cause. Il est source d'angoisse et d'ïncertitudes alors que sa raison d'être est d'offrir des garanties que les marchés financiers ne peuvent pas proposer. Cet opuscule part du constat que seule une remise à plat générale permettra de rétablir la confiance dans l'avenir du système public d'assurance vieillesse par répartition. Antoine Bozio et Thomas Piketty proposent une refonte complète des régimes actuels et la création d'un système unifié de comptes individuels de cotisations offrant les mêmes droits et les mêmes règles à tous les travailleurs (public, privé, non salariés). Ce nouveau système facilite la mobilité professionnelle et garantit l'équilibre financier, grâce à une prise en compte progressive de l'augmentation de l'espérance de vie. Il avantage les plus modestes et permet de mieux cibler la solidarité vers ceux dont la carrière a subi des aléas. Les difficultés liées à la transition entre l'ancien et le nouveau système sont réelles, mais surmontables, pourvu qu'existe la volonté politique de préserver l'avenir à long terme du système public par répartition"--Page 4 of cover
Les allocations logement : comment les réformer ?( )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 20 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The IFS green budget : February 2011 by Antoine Bozio( Book )

4 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in English and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This annual publication examines the Chancellor's fiscal policy and discusses what tax and spending measures may be necessary to satisfy it. The Green Budget has a wide scope, covering all major areas of UK economic policy
Les allocations logement comment les réformer? by Antoine Bozio( Book )

2 editions published in 2015 in French and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Dynamic scoring by Stuart Adam( )

1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Dynamic scoring - taking full account of all the economic effects of policies when estimating their budgetary effects - is almost self-evidently attractive. But it is formidably difficult to achieve. This paper assesses the key conceptual and practical challenges it poses and considers the pros and cons of adopting it. The objective should be to provide more useful information while being robust to the political debate
Dynamic scoring by Stuart Adam( )

1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Disability, health, and retirement in the United Kingdom by James Banks( Book )

3 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Abstract: Over the last thirty years pathways to retirement have changed substantially in the UK. They have been dominated by spells of unemployment in the late 1970s, with then an increased importance of disability spells from the mid-1980s onwards. At the end of the period the direct route from work to retirement was increasingly more common. General economic conditions seem to have been important driving forces during the entire period. In contrast changes in health do not seem to provide convincing explanations for these trends: mortality has been falling over the period without any apparent link to the share of the population reporting ill health or disability or to the number claiming benefits. We also find evidence that recent reforms have had some impact. The halting of the previous growth in the rate of in-flow onto disability benefits in the mid-1990s coincided with the implementation of a major reform. Evidence from the pilots of the Pathways-to-Work programme in 2003-2005 suggests that those moving onto disability benefits moved off these benefits faster than they would otherwise have done as a direct result of the programme
Réformes des retraites estimations sur données françaises by Antoine Bozio( Book )

2 editions published between 2006 and 2013 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cette thèse analyse les effets des réformes des retraites sur données françaises. Nous avons utilisé la mise en place progressive de la réforme de 1993 pour identifier l'élasticité de l'âge de la retraite à la durée de cotisation. Nous considérons ensuite l'effet des politiques de cessation d'activité sur le chômage des jeunes. Un modèle d'équilibre général nous permet de discuter des paramètres en jeu : substitution des jeunes et des vieux, élasticité de la demande de travail et ciblage de ces politiques. Nous avons ensuite construit des indicateurs d'incitation au retrait d'activité pour instrumenter ces politiques et mesurer l'effet de substitution. Nous mesurons finalement le rendement des retraites par génération, mettant en évidence l'effet des réformes et l'influence des rendements des marchés financiers sur les transferts nets actualisés. La réforme des retraites de 1993 est en outre utilisée pour identifier un effet des systèmes de retraite sur l'épargne des ménages
Policy discontinuity and duration outcomes by Gerard J. van den Berg( )

3 editions published between 2013 and 2015 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Causal effects of a policy change on hazard rates of a duration outcome variable are not identified from a comparison of spells before and after the policy change, if there is unobserved heterogeneity in the effects and no model structure is imposed. We develop a discontinuity approach that overcomes this by considering spells that include the moment of the policy change and by exploiting variation in the moment at which different cohorts are exposed to the policy change. We prove identification of average treatment effects on hazard rates without model structure. We estimate these effects by kernel hazard regression. In effect, we merge duration analysis and discontinuity analysis. We use the introduction of the NDYP program for young unemployed individuals in the UK to estimate average program participation effects on the exit rate to work as well as anticipation effects
De la faisabilité d'un impôt sur le capital by Antoine Bozio( )

in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Revenu universel : pertinence pour accompagner les métamorphoses du travail, rôle dans la politique fiscale et macroéconomique, modalités de mise en oeuvre et effets redistributifs by Jean-Éric Hyafil( )

1 edition published in 2017 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This thesis focuses on proposals of basic income in lieu of means-tested cash transfers in the French welfare system. The first part questions whether job automation and a call for unalienating work can justify establishing a basic income. The second part presents the benefits of basic income for fiscal or macroeconomic policies, notably to compensate the anti-redistributive consequences of consumption or ecological taxes, and to conciliate wage wage-competitiveness with demand policies. The third part presents the characteristics of fiscal reforms that include a basic income and examines the specific case of the French socio-fiscal system: consequences of the removal of fiscal expenses on the income tax, individualization of the social and fiscal system, replacement of tax expenditures, consequences for the beneficiaries of means-tested transfers, on tax deduction at source, etc. In the fourth part, we formulate a proposal of fiscal reform that introduces a basic income, and we stimulate its redistributive consequences on a sample of 821,815 individuals representative of population in France. We investigate to what extent a basic income could replace subsidies on low-paid jobs. In the last part, we present key elements in the more sociological debate on the impact of basic income onto work incentives and social exclusion
Essays on the dynamics of bequests and inequalities in France by Jonathan Goupille-Lebret( Book )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This thesis is organized around three complementary perspectives on the dynamics of bequests and inequalities in France. The first part analyses the impact of inheritance tax on wealth accumulation. The second part is dedicated to the analysis of the redistributive pattern of the French tax system. The third part studies the dynamic of income and wealth inequality. We exploit quasi-experimental variations to investigate the impact of inheritance taxation on wealth accumulation (chapter 1). Using bunching and difference-in-differences methods, we directly estimate several behavioral responses during lifetime. The small responses to inheritance tax estimated could be explained by psychological factors such as myopia or denial of death. We then develop microsimulation models to investigate the distributive impact of inheritance tax reforms (chapter 2) and changes to the redistributive pattern of the entire French tax system from 1997 to 2012 (chapter 3). These two chapters include also a technical discussion on how to simulate the different aspects of the French redistributive system as well as a structural diagnosis of the French tax system. Finally, we study the long-term dynamic of income (chapter 4) and wealth (chapter 5) inequality in France. We find a large decline of the top 10% wealth and capital income shares from the 1910s to the 1980s. Since the 1980s-90s, we observe a moderate rise of wealth and income concentration. We develop a simple simulation model highlighting how the combination of unequal saving rates, rates of return and labor earnings leads to large multiplicative effects and high steady-state wealth concentration. Small changes in the key parameters appear to matter a lot for long run inequality
Can we estimate the impact of the Choices package in Pathways to Work? by Stuart Adam( Book )

1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Labour supply and taxation with restricted choices( )

2 editions published in 2014 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A model of labour supply is developed in which individuals face restrictions on hours choices. Observed hours reflect both the distribution of preferences and the distribution of offers. In this framework the choice set is limited and observed hours may not appear to satisfy the revealed preference conditions for 'rational' choice. We show first that when the offer distribution is known, preferences can be identified. We then show that, where preferences are known, the offer distribution can be fully recovered. We also develop conditions for identification of both preferences and the offer distribution. We illustrate this approach in a labour supply setting with non-linear budget constraints. The occurrence of non-linearities in the budget constraint can directly reveal restrictions on choices. This framework is then used to study the labour supply choices of a large sample of working age mothers in the UK, accounting for nonlinearities in the tax and welfare benefit system, fixed costs of work and restrictions on hours choices
Épargner, Hériter, Divorcer : essais sur les inégalités de patrimoine et de niveaux de vie en France by Bertrand Garbinti( Book )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The first chapter of this dissertation deals with the link between saving rate and income. Our results show consistently that saving rate is positively correlated with both current and permanent incomes. The second chapter focuses on the link between intergenerational transmissions and home purchase on one hand, and firm creation on the other hand. We show that households who received a gift or a bequest buy more often their primary residence. For the creation or the buyout of a firm, gifts also exhibit a significant effect while bequests do not. In the third chapter, we explore a new way to leverage the receipt of an inheritance as a plausible exogenous wealth shock, by relying on the precise timing of receipt. We find that, at any age between 55 and 65, chances of current labor market exit are significantly higher among individuals who inherit at that age than among those who inherit in the next few years. In the last chapter, we study the economic consequences of marital disunions. We interestingly show that both women and men support a loss in average, but still of larger magnitude for women. Results also suggest that, contrary to the common belief, the number of children only play a minor role in the explanations of the large women's impoverishment. The share of couple's resources each spouse provides before divorce is the main driver. Child support payments, public transfers and the massive labor market reentry of inactive women mitigate but do not cancel post-divorce gender inequalities
Teachers' careers and students' paths in higher education : three essays on public policy evaluation by Pierre Gouëdard( )

2 editions published in 2017 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This thesis presents three ex-post evaluations of public policies in France in the education field. Each section aims to contribute to the interdisciplinary analytical framework of evaluation, by using the tools of econometric modelization. The first chapter focus on the effects on secondary teachers, of the 2003 reform of the public retirement system (modification of financial incentives). Stock and Wise model is structurally estimated. The second chapter measures the impact of a feature of the 2010 reform (following-up of the 2003 reform), namely the increase in the minimum legal age of retirement, on sick leaves of secondary teachers. A theoretical optimization model is built in order to develop hypothesis, that are then tested in dynamic non-linear panel data regressions. The last chapter evaluates the impact at the high-school level of a French program of affirmative action. A classic differences-in-differences methodology measures how the program affects the access rate to higher education
Extensive and intensive margins of labour supply : working hours in the US, UK and France by Richard Blundell( )

2 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This paper documents the key stylised facts underlying the evolution of labour supply at the extensive and intensive margins in the last forty years in three countries: United-States, United-Kingdom and France. We develop a statistical decomposition that provides bounds on changes at the extensive and intensive margins. This decomposition is also shown to be coherent with the analysis of labour supply elasticities at these margins. We use detailed representative micro-datasets to examine the relative importance of the extensive and intensive margins in explaining the overall changes in total hours worked. -- labor supply ; employment ; hours of work
Extensive and Intensive Margins of Labour Supply: Working Hours in the US, UK and France by Richard Blundell( )

1 edition published in 2011 in German and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The elasticity of corporate taxable income : evidence from France by Maxime Gravoueille( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This paper estimates the elasticity of corporate taxable income with respect to the corporate income tax rate using French administrative data. "Recent years have seen the growing importance of corporate taxation in the public debate. In France for example, in order to converge towards the average statutory tax rate in the Eurozone, the government has decided to reduce it from 33.33% in 2017 to 28% in 2020. While some argue that corporate taxes should be higher, many consider that the tax burden falling on firms is too high and is damaging for the economy. The underlying argument is that high corporate tax rates are disincentive for firms, and therefore by lowering tax rates, more activity could be generated. A clear illustration of this process is the downward trend in corporate tax rates over last decades. In a context of international tax competition, corporate tax design is one of the main concerns for government. " [source : introduction]
 
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