Project Principal Investigator
Anne Lambert (Institut National d'Études Démographiques, Ined)
Anne Lambert, holder of an economics and social sciences agrégation, is a researcher at Ined and joint head of its “Housing, spatial inequalities and trajectories” unit. Her research addresses the relationship between mobile workers’ careers and family lives.
anne.lambert @ ined.fr
Marion Charpenel (University of Rouen / DYSOLAB)
Marion Charpenel is a sociology lecturer at the University of Rouen-Normandy. She obtained her PhD in political science after a dissertation on feminist memoirs in France. She has worked on negotiating and implementing professional equality in companies and is currently engaged in three research teams on discrimination experienced by single-parent families, career inequalities at the Ministry of Culture, and the impact of non-standard working hours on family dynamics for the WORKLIFE project.
marion.charpenel @ sciencespo.fr
Brochard, D., Charpenel, M., Pochic, S. (2020). Pay equity through collective bargaining: when voluntary state feminism meets selective business practice. French Politics, Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/s41253-020-00110-0. hal-02493250.
Charpenel, M., Demilly, H., Pochic, S. (2017). Égalité négociée, égalité standardisée ?. Travail, genre et sociétés, L’Harmattan/La découverte, n° 37 (1), pp.143-147. doi:10.3917/tgs.037.0143. halshs-02079907.
Lucie Noury (Audencia Business School)
Lucie Noury is an Assistant Professor at Audencia Business School. Her research deals with contemporary changes in professional work and its forms of organization, focusing on issues involved in reconciling career and personal life and on boredom at work.
lnoury @ audencia.com
Noury, L., Gand, S., Sardas, J. (2017). Tackling the Work-Life Balance Challenge: The Impact of Projects, Organizing and Service Characteristics. Journal of Professions and Organization, 4 (2), 149-178.
Noury, L. (2015). Work-life balance in Consulting: from individual proactivity to organisational arrangements. Doctoral dissertation, École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris.
Ariane Pailhé (Institut National d'Études Démographiques, Ined)
Ariane Pailhé holds a PhD in economics and is a senior researcher at Ined. Her research themes are gender and ethnic discrimination in the labour market, relations between family and professional life, and time management between spouses. Her recent work has examined the link between fertility and unemployment, the entry into adulthood of migrants and their descendants, and the division of domestic labour between men and women in Western countries.
pailhe @ ined.fr
Delphine Remillon (Institut National d'Études Démographiques, Ined)
Delphine Remillon is a researcher at Ined specializing in career and employment issues. She worked with Anne Lambert for the Network project on the use of HR files in transport.
delphine.remillon @ ined.fr
Remillon, D. (2019). Unemployment and Turning Points in Careers: A Conventionalist Analysis. Historical Social Research, 44, 1, p. 92-118.
Lambert, A., Remillon, D. (2018). Une marche vers l’égalité professionnelle en trompe-l’œil. Disponibilité biographique et inégalités de carrière des hôtesses et stewards. Travail et emploi, n°154, p. 5-41.
Duhautois, R., Petit, H., et Remillon, D. (2012). La mobilité professionnelle. Paris, La Découverte, collection Repères n°599.
Francesca Sirna (CNRS / Centre Norbert Elias)
Francesca Sirna is a researcher at CNRS Centre Norbert Elias, specializing in the career trajectories of health staff. She analyses the impact of vocational and geographical mobility on family dynamics.
francesca.sirna @ gmail.com
Sébastien Stenger (Institut Supérieur de Gestion, ISG)
Sébastien Stenger holds a PhD from HEC Paris and is a lecturer-researcher at ISG, a Paris business school, and the University of Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne. His work addresses the management methods of audit and consultancy agencies and has been published in international journals (ORM, WES, etc.). His dissertation was awarded Le Monde’s prize for university research in the humanities.
sebastien.stenger @ isg.fr
Anne-Marie Arborio (University of Aix-Marseille / LEST)
Anne-Marie Arborio is a sociology lecturer at the University of Aix-Marseille and a researcher at the Institute of Labour Economics and Industrial Sociology (LEST). Her research addresses the sociology of work and occupations, particularly in the health sector.
anne-marie.arborio @ univ-amu.fr
Arborio, A.-M. (2012). Un personnel invisible. Les aides-soignantes à l’hôpital. Paris, Anthropos-Economica, coll. Sociologiques.
Camille François (University of Paris Panthéon Sorbonne / CESSP)
Camille François is a sociology lecturer at the University of Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne. His research interests lie at the intersection between the sociology of cities and housing, the sociology of law and justice, and the sociology of government and public action.
camille.francois @ univ-paris1.fr
Marine Quennehen (Institut National d'Études Démographiques, Ined)
Marine Quennehen holds a PhD in sociology. After her dissertation at EHESS on paternity in prison, she did postdoctoral work in sociology at Ined on the WORKLIFE survey. She is a temporary research and teaching attaché at the University of Versailles-Saint Quentin. Her research interests include paternities, masculinities, kinship and family solidarities, union formation and separation, gender, and institutional constraints (prison and accommodation centres). Her research mainly uses qualitative methods.
marine.quennehen @ ined.fr
Chhavi Tiwari (Institut National d’Études Démographiques, Ined)
Chhavi Tiwari is a postdoctoral fellow in WORKLIFE project under Anne Lambert. She holds an abiding interest in understanding the response of individuals and households to public programmes. Her research interest includes inequality, poverty and internal migration. She worked as an assistant professor at T A Pai Management Institute for more than a year. She holds a PhD in Economics from the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Ranchi.
tiwari.chhavi @ ined.fr
Nandy, A., Tiwari, C., Kundu, S. (2021). India’s Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme-How does it influence seasonal out-migration decisions?. Journal of Policy Modelling. doi:10.1016/j.jpolmod.2021.09.001.
Nandy, A., Tiwari, C., Kundu, S. (2021). Managing the COVID-19 Pandemic: Does Social Infrastructure Matter? Evidence from India. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy. Forthcoming. doi:10.1108/TG-08-2020-0209.
Tiwari, C., Bhattacharjee, S., Chakrabarty, D. (2020). Investigating regional inequalities in India: Are Indian districts converging?. Journal of International Development. Volume 32, Issue 5. doi:10.1002/jid.3472.
Mariona Segú (Institut National d'Études Démographiques, Ined)
Mariona Segú holds a PhD from the University of Paris Saclay. She is doing postdoctoral work on the WORKLIFE project under Anne Lambert. Her research addresses the urban economy, housing, and the assessment of public policy. Her interests include labour economics and environmental economics.
mariona.segu @ ined.fr
Garcia-López, M.-À., Jofre-Monseny, J., Martínez-Mazza, R., Segú, M. (2020). Do short-term rental platforms affect housing markets? Evidence from Airbnb in Barcelona. Journal of Urban Economics, 119, 103278.
Segú, M. (2020). The impact of taxing vacancy on housing markets : Evidence from France. Journal of Public Economics, 185, 104079.
Laetitia Langlois (Institut National d'Études Démographiques, Ined)
Laetitia Langlois holds a master’s in applied mathematics and social sciences and is the WORKLIFE project data manager.
laeticia.langlois @ ined.fr