Economic Demography [UR09]

This unit studies the interactions between demography and economics. It analyses the demo- economic behaviour of families, notably in relation to fertility, consumption, intergenerational transfers, etc. It also studies
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the relations between population structure and the labour market. It investigates the links between age, sex, productivity, wage levels, occupational mobility and discrimination, with particular focus on retirement and pensions issues. The unit also measures the impact of social incentives on individual or family behaviour.
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