Olivier Thévenon

Economist at INED (French Institute for Demographic Research) and at the OECD, Social Policy Division.


His main research area covers family and employment policies, in relation with family, fertility, labour market and economic outcomes.

He is currently involved in the development of the OECD family Database, and has contributed to the following OECD publications: Babies and Bosses, Doing Better for Families, Closing the Gender Gap.

Before working at INED, he was project manager at the research department of the French Ministry of Social affairs, dealing with comparative research on employment and welfare regimes.

His main publications are available on his personal website, que vous trouverez ici.

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