Joëlle Gaymu

Directrice de recherche
gaymu@ined.fr 33(0) 1 56 06 21 21 33(0) 1 56 06 21 99
Secretariat : Neyssa Traoré +33 (0)1 56 06 20 89

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Joëlle Gaymu tells us about INED’s new Old age and Ageing research group

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Some publications

Pennec S., Gaymu J., Monnier A., Riou F., Aubry R., Pontone S., Cases C., 2013, « In France, where do people live in their last month of life and where do they die? »,Population-E, 68(4), 503-532

-Gaymu J., Springer S., 2012, « How does living alone or with a partner influence life satisfaction among older men and women in Europe? », Population-E, 67(1), 43-70

-Avdeev A, Erenenko T., Festy P., Gaymu J., Lebouteillec N., Springer S., 2011, « Populations and Demographic Trends of European Countries, 1980-2010, Population-E, 66(1), 9-130

-Gaymu J., Busque M.A, Légaré J., Décarie Y., Vézina S., Keefe J., 2010, « What will the family composition of older people be like tomorrow? A comparison of Canada and France », Canadian Journal of Aging, Vol 29, n°1, p. 57-71.

-Gaymu J., Festy P., Poulain M., Beets G., 2008 Future Elderly Living Conditions In Europe, Paris, INED/PUF, Les Cahiers de l'Ined,n°162,316 p.13.

-Gaymu J., Ekamper P., Beets G., 2008, « Future trends in health and marital status: effects on the structure of living arrangements of older Europeans in 2030 », European Journal of Ageing, vol 5, n°1, p. 5 17.

-Delbès C., Gaymu J. 2004. La retraite quinze ans après. Paris, INED/PUF, Les Cahiers de l'Ined, n°154, 223 p.