Ariane Pailhé

Senior researcher
ariane.pailhe @ ined.fr 33(0) 1 56 06 22 74 33(0) 1 56 06 21 99
Secretariat : Carole Guette + (33) 1 56 06 20 49

Research field(s)

Research domains:
- Life course
- Gender and ethnic discrimination on the labor market
- Work family balance
- Time use
- Working conditions
- Employment status and fertility
- Covid-19
- Transition to adulthood of immigrants and second-generation immigrants
- Public policy evaluation
- Advanced quantitative methods, survey design

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Some publications

Pailhé, A., Solaz, A., & Stanfors, M. (2021). The Great Convergence: Gender and Unpaid Work in Europe and the United States. Population and Development Review. Pailhé, A., Solaz, A., & Souletie, A. (2019). How Do Women and Men Use Extra Time? Housework and Childcare after the French 35-Hour Workweek Regulation. European Sociological Review, 35(6), 807‑824. > Lien

Ferrari G., Pailhé A., 2017, Transition to Adulthood in France: Do children of immigrants differ from natives? Advances in life course research, vol. 31, p. 34–56. > Lien

Dupray A., Pailhé A., 2017, Does employment uncertainty particularly impact fertility of children of North African immigrants in France? A gender perspective Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2017.1313107 > Lien

Pailhé A., 2015, "Partnership Dynamics across Generations of Immigration in France: Structural vs. Cultural Factors", Demographic Research 33(16) > Link

Matteazzi E., Pailhé A., Solaz A., 2014, “Part-Time wage penalties for women in prime age: a matter of selection or segregation? Evidence from four European countries”, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 67(3): 955-985 > Link

Joseph O., Pailhé A., Recotillet I., Solaz A., 2013, “The economic impact of taking short parental leave: Evaluation of a French reform”, Labour economics, 25: 63-75 > Link

Teaching activities, other functions, titles

- PI of the French Life Course Observatory
- PI of the Project TeleGenre: Telework, gender inqualities and wellbeing during COVID-19
- Co-Leader of the longitudinal national representative survey FamEmp
- Associate Editor of the European Journal of Population
- Member of the board of the European Consortium for Sociological Research
- Leader of the working group on couple formation, Trajectories and Origins survey 2
- Leader of the working group on Economic and time use aspects - ELFE survey
- Co-leader of the Work-package Diverse family configurations – Life goals and life course transitions, Families and Societies Project
- Member of the management committee of the European research group Labor market and gender in Europe"
- Supervision of doctoral students, INED