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Ressources humaines et Santé
Etudes Econométriques

Rome - May 27 - 29, 2010

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Conference Presentation


Scientific Committee
Alex  BRYSON
NIESR, Londres
CV
Ana Rute CARDOSO
IAE, Barcelona
CV
Francesco  CARLUCCI
Université La Sapienza, Rome
CV
Nabanita  DATTA GUPTA
Aarhus School of Business, DK
CV
Emmanuel  DHYNE
Banque Nationale de Belgique
CV
Tor  ERIKSSON
Aarhus School of Business, DK
CV
Paul  KESTENS
Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgique
CV
Guillem  LOPEZ-CASASNOVAS
Universita Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
CV
David  MARSDEN
London School of Economics
CV
Michael  POOLE
Cardiff Business School
CV
Lise  ROCHAIX
Haute Autorité de Santé, Paris
CV
Sébastien  ROUX
ENSAE, Paris
CV
Damien SAUZE
Université de Bourgogne
CV
Patrick  SEVESTRE
Université Paris1
CV
Federico  SPANDONARO
Universita Tor Vergata, Rome
CV
Ioannis  THEODOSSIOU
University of Aberdeen
CV
Till  VON WACHTER
Columbia University, USA
CV

Organizing Committee
Guido  CITONI
La Sapienza, Roma
CV
Benoît MAHY
Université de Mons, Belgique
CV
Robert  PLASMAN
DULBEA, Bruxelles
CV
François  RYCX
Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgique
CV
Henri SERBAT
A E A
CV

After having successively dealt with all aspects of labor market analysis, we thought it will be useful to revisit the topic of Human Resource Management (discussed in Helsinki in 2000) but from a different angle than before, that concerning Health.

So, we renew also with the econometrics of Health for which we launched the area with a first world conference the year 1983. We hope, as always in our conferences, to bring together all those who have some experience of working on the data related to this topic, in order to find new scientific evidence validated by data analysis (some new grain of truth).

This conference offers to all researchers in the above mentionned fields the opportunity to present their work and compare it with other works.

It is a thematic conference whose purpose is to consider everything that has been studied in these fields so as to allow for new projects to be launched.

For once they will not be lost in a too big general conference about Employment or about all economics topics.

We all count on your presence.

 

 

Opening Keynote Speech

Tor ERIKSSON

 


Send your proposal before 2010-01-28

TOPICS:

 

•  Human Resources and Health.

Health and education. Education to health.

Health and training. Health at, out of, and after work.

•  Human Resources Practices and the Labour Market

HRP, labour productivity and performance. HRP, job attractiveness / satisfaction and health.

HRP and employment. HRP and collective bargaining. HRP in health professions.

HRP and risk management in health care institutions.

•  Human Resource Management in a Changing World.

HRM in changing economic situations. HRM under technology shocks.

HRM in specific cultural and geographical contexts. HRM and demographic changes.

HRM, changing values and perceptions.

•  Human Resource Incentives. An Integrated Perspective.

HRI and the role of compensation. Complementary or substitute HRI.

Different sets of HRI and their various impacts. Trust versus monitoring.

•  Human Resources, Labour Market Segmentation & Discrimination and Health.

Segmentation & discrimination on the ground of e.g. gender, race, age or lifestyles.

Discrimination and health. Effectiveness and equity in health care .