Previous Editions:
5th International workshop on the Socio-Economics of Ageing (2017).
4th International workshop on the Socio-Economics of Ageing (2015).
3rd International workshop on the Socio-Economics of Ageing (2013).
2nd International workshop on the Socio-Economics of Ageing (2011).
1st International workshop on the Socio-Economics of Ageing (2009).

KEYNOTE SPEAKER / Professor Helmuth Cremer

Professor Helmuth Cremer

Université Toulouse Capitole, France

 

Fields of interest

Public Economics, Industrial Organization, Microeconomic Theory.

 

Current position

Professor of Economics, Université Toulouse Capitole, since October 1993.

Fellow: CEPR, CESifo and IZA.

 

Education

1987 – Ph.D. in Economics, University of Louvain

 

Grants and awards

Senior member of the Institut Universitaire de France (Promotion 2006), Chair of Public Economics, 2007-2017.

Member of the Conseil Économique de la Nation, (Council of Economic Advisors of the French Minister of Finance), 2005-2009.

Member of the Board of Management, International Institute of Public Finance, 2009-2015.

Member of the Conseil d’Administration, École d’Economie de Toulouse, 2011-2015.

Director of the TSE doctoral program, 2000-2005 and 2007-2009.

 

Editorial activities

Editor: Journal of Public Economic Theory (2018- ), Berkeley Electronic Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy (2010-2012).

Managing editor: German Economic Review (2006- 2014).

Associate editor: Journal of Public Economics (1997-2012), Journal of Public Economic Theory (2002-2018), BE Journal in Economic Analysis and Policy (2001-2010), Économie Publique (2008- ), Journal of Population Economics (2008- ), Finanzarchiv (2010 -), Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics (2016- ).

 

Publications

Selected Articles in refereed journals

“Income taxation of couples, spouses-labor supplies and the gender wage gap”, with Kerstin Roeder, forthcoming, Economics Letters, 2019.

“Women’s career choices, social norms and child care policies”, with F. Barigozzi and K. Roeder, Journal of Public Economics, 168, 2018 162-173.

“Means-tested long-term care and family transfers”, with P. Pestieau, German Economic Review, 19, 2018, 351-364.

“Uncertain altruism and the provision of long term care”, with F. Gahvari and P. Pestieau, Journal of Public Economics, 151, 2017, 12-24.

“Restoring Ramsey tax lessons to Mirrleesian tax settings: Atkinson-Stiglitz and Ramsey reconciled”, with F. Gahvari, Social Choice and Welfare, 49, 2017, 11-35.

“Long-term care and lazy rotten kids”, with K. Roeder, forthcoming, Journal of Public Economic Theory, 2017.

“Means-tested Long-Term-Care and family transfers”, with P. Pestieau, forthcoming, German Economic Review, 2017.

“Social Insurance with Competitive Insurance Markets and Risk Misperception”, with K. Roeder, Journal of Public Economics, 146, 2017, 138-147.

“Rotten spouses, family transfers and public goods”, with K. Roeder, Journal of Population Economics, 30, 2017, 141-161.

“Household bargaining and the design of couples income taxation”, with J.-M. Lozachmeur, D. Maldonado and K. Roeder, European Economic Review, 89, 2016, 454-470.

“The design of long-term care insurance contracts”, with J.M. Lozachmeur and P. Pestieau, Journal of Health Economics, 50, 2016, 330-339.

“Earmarking and the political support of fat taxes”, with C. Goulao and K. Roeder, Journal of Health Economics, 50, 2016, 258-267.

“The design of insurance coverage for medical products under imperfect competition”, with D. Bardey and J.-M. Lozachmeur, Journal of Public Economics, 137, 2016, 28-37.

“Life expectancy heterogeneity and the political support for collective annuities”, with P. De Donder, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 118, 2016, 594-615.

“Social long-term care insurance with two-sided altruism”, with P. Pestieau and K. Roeder, Research in Economics, 70, 2016, 101-109.

“Means testing versus basic income: The (lack of) political support for a universal allowance”, with K. Roeder, Economics Letters, 136, 2016, 81-84.

“Energy taxes and oil price shocks”, with F. Gahvari and N. Ladoux, The BE Journals in Economics Analysis & Policy (Advances), 15, 2015, 475-501.

“Atkinson and Stiglitz theorem in the presence of a household production sector”, with F. Gahvari, Economics Letters, 126, 2015, 91-95.

“United but (un-)equal: Human capital, probability of divorce and the marriage contract”, with P. Pestieau and K. Roeder, Journal of Population Economics, 28, 2015, 195-217.

“Transfers within a three generations family: when the rotten kids turn into altruistic parents”, with K. Roeder, Economics Letters, 124, 2014, 392-395.

“Social long-term care insurance and redistribution”, with P. Pestieau, International Tax and Public Finance, 21, 2014, 955-974.

“Endogenous altruism, redistribution, and long-term care”, with F. Gahvari and P. Pestieau, The BE Journals in Economics Analysis & Policy (Advances), 14, 2014, 499-525.

“Migration and social insurance”, with C. Goulão, Louvain Economic Review/Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 80, 2014, 5-29.

“Long-term care policy, myopia and redistribution”, with K. Roeder, Journal of Public Economics, 108, 2013, 33-43.

“The economics of Long-Term-Care: A survey”, with P. Pestieau and G. Ponthières, Nordic Economic Policy Review, 2, 2012, 107-148.

“Accidental bequests: a curse for the rich and a boon for the poor”, with F. Gahvari and P. Pestieau, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 114, 2012, 1437-1459.

“Fertility, human capital accumulation, and the pension System”, with F. Gahvari and P. Pestieau, Journal of Public Economics, 95, 2011, 1272-79.

“Environmental Cost and Universal Service Obligation in the Postal Sector”, with F. Boldron, C.

“The tax treatment of intergenerational wealth transfers”, with P. Pestieau, CESifo Economics Studies, 57, 2011, 365-401.

“Stochastic fertility, moral hazard, and the design of pay-as-you-go pension plans”, with F. Gahvari and P. Pestieau, CESifo Economics Studies, 57, 2011, 332-348.

“Myopia, redistribution and pensions”, with P. Pestieau, European Economic Review, 55, 2011, 165-175.

“Collective annuities and redistribution”, with J-M. Lozachmeur and P. Pestieau, Journal of Public Economic Theory, 12, 2010, 23-43.

“Longevity and annuities: An introduction”, with P. Pestieau, Journal of Public Economic Theory, 12, 2010, 1-5.

“Use and misuse of unemployment benefits for early retirement”, with JM Lozachmeur, P Pestieau, European Journal of Political Economy 25, 2009, 174-185.

“Voting on pensions with endogenous retirement age”, with G Casamatta and P Pestieau,International Tax and Public Finance 12, 2005, 7-28.

“Social security, retirement age and optimal income taxation”, with JM Lozachmeur and P Pestieau, Journal of Public Economics, 88, 2004, 2259-2281.

“The double dividend of postponing retirement”, with P Pestieau, International Tax and Public Finance 10, 2003, 419-434.

“The political economy of social security”, with G Casamatta and P. Pestieau Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 102, 2000, 503-522.

“Political sustainability and the design of social insurance”, with G Casamatta and P Pestieau, Journal of Public Economics 75, 2000, 341-364.