Disability, Employment, and Public Policies​ Initiative (DEPPI)

Disability, Employment, and Public Policies​ Initiative (DEPPI)

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One of DEPPI main goal is to actively mobilize research knowledge from researchers and non-academic partners to determine the most relevant policy recommendations given the evidence gathered. Regular dissemination of knowledge with our Partners will provide persons with disabilities, firms, and local organizations direct access to the knowledge generated by the Partnership.

Mr. Glover is an assistant professor in the INSEAD’s Economics Department in Paris.

 

He graduated in Economics from Sciences Po in 2017.

Mr. Glover’s research interests include labour economics, discrimination in employment, inequality and redistribution of wealth. His recent work has been published in the…

The meeting on Employment and Disability – The possible partnerships between the research community and the field reality organized by REPAR, MÉMO-Québec and ROSEPH took place on 24 October 2019 in Montréal.

Normand Boucher, Charles Bellemare and the other panelists were requested to review the research in the province…

Ibrahima Diallo, a doctoral student at Laval University Department of Economics presented his work in various conferences this fall. First, on October 24, 2019, he presented his paper “Disability Discrimination and the Effectiveness of Hiring Subsidies: A Job-Search Approach” at the national conference of the Canadian Research Data Centre Network (CRDCN) in Halifax. On October 31, 2019, he presented the same…

On 2 October 2019, in the Groupe TAQ’s premises, the DEPPI’s researchers and partners are going to to discuss the progress made in the first year of the partnership and to plan upcoming activities for the second year.

Charles Bellemare, Sabine Kröger, Normand Boucher and Ibrahima Diallo are going to present summaries of their research papers. Laurence Marin from the ROSEPH will discuss the project: Officers of employment integration.The meeting will also be an…

On 25 September 2019, Charles Bellemare presented at the Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Public Policies (LIEPP) at Sciences Po in Paris the CV video experiment, a research project conducted by the DEPPI’s team.

 

As part of a conference co-organized by the University of Copenhagen and the Institute of Labour Economics (IZA) on the assessment of labour market-oriented public policies, Charles Bellemare presented the DEPPI to the Danish Ministry of Employment, researchers…

As part of the 53rd annual conference of the Canadian Economic Association in Banff, Ibrahima Diallo presented an article on discrimination against people with disabilities and the effectiveness of hiring subsidy policies. He presented this article, written in collaboration with…

On June 3, 2019, Charles Bellemare, along with Charles Gaucher, Ann Beaton and Pauline Ranou, presented the DEPPI at the New Brunswick University in Fredericton. Team members based in New Brunswick solicited representatives from different organizations dedicated to the employability of people with disabilities. This meeting allowed researchers to discuss realities on the ground in the north of New Brunswick. It was also an opportunity to discuss…

Marion Goussé presented the results of the study on hiring discrimination against people with physical limitations. This study, conducted by Charles Bellemare, Marion Goussé, Guy Lacroix and Steeve Marchand, shows that mentioning a physical disability on a job application halves the chances of being called to a job interview.

On April 16, 2019, Charles Bellemare, along with Charles Gaucher, Ann Beaton, Christine C. Paulin and Pauline Ranou, presented the DEPPI at the Université de Moncton. Team members based in New Brunswick solicited representatives from different organizations…

As part of a capacity-building workshop for applicants for the Collaborative Housing Research Network Partnership Development Grants, Charles Bellemare discussed the challenges of managing partnerships. He has presented, among other things, the different dimensions of the DEPPI partnership and the best practices leading to the commitment of the partners.…

On 21 February 2019, the DEPPI presented a workshop on discrimination and the labour market during the event QUARIERA 2019, presented by AXTRA. During this workshop, Charles Bellemare discussed the work of the DEPPI, the testing method, implicit association test and the relation between prejudices and worker productivity.

Mr. Winter is a Full Professor in the Department of Economics at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and holds a doctorate degree from the University of Mannheim.

Mr. Winter’s research interests include health economics, subjective expectations, and experimental economics.

The DEPPI, in collaboration with CIRRIS, is organizing a seminar on November 30, 2018, on preparation, access and job retention of people living with a disability.

This activity will take place at Université Laval, at local 2320 at the Desjardins Pavilion.

Catherine Mercier, Scientific Director of CIRRIS, and Jean Pierre Després, Director of Science and Innovation of Alliance Santé Québec, will…

On November 29, CIRANO will hold a meeting to discuss issues relating to human resource management. The aim of this meeting it to bring together Quebec businesses facing HR challenges with CIRANO researchers specializing in the economics of human resources to discuss a variety of themes, including: hiring, attracting talent, employee retention, promotions, work commitment and incentives, absenteeism, and 360 performance evaluations. During this first…

On November 29, CIRANO held a meeting to discuss issues relating to human resource management. The aim of this meeting was to bring together Quebec businesses facing HR challenges with CIRANO researchers specializing in the economics of human resources to discuss a variety of themes, including hiring, attracting talent, employee retention, promotions, work commitment and incentives, absenteeism, and 360 performance evaluations.

Ibrahima Diallo will present his first essay: Disability and Labor Market Discrimination: Estimates from a Job Search Approach as part of doctoral seminars organized by Marion Goussé.

 

 

As part of the Matuszewski Seminars serie organized by the Economics Department of Laval University, David Gill, of Purdue University, will present the article "Using Goals to Motivate College Students: Theory and Evidence from Field Experiments" on November 2, 2018 at 11:30 am at local DES- 2225.

Between October 22 and 31, 2018, Charles Bellemare and Sabine Kröger led a series of sessions on behavioural economics and the econometrics of experimental data at the Paris School of Economics…

Ms. Toussaert is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics, Oxford University, with a degree in Economics from the University of New York. Dr. Toussaert's research interests include decision theory and experimental economics, with applications in health economics. His recent work has been published in Econometrica, Journal of Economic Theory, and Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.

She will present Thursday, September 20 12h30 an article…

The Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Public Policies (LIEPP) at Sciences Po in Paris, invited DEPPI to present their work at a seminar on

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