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Gender and Health Inequalities: from embodiment to the health care cascade (GENDHI)

Holder: Pierre-Yves Geoffard (PSE)

Funding:European Research Coucil (ERC)

Starting in: July 2020 – Ending in: June 2026

The Gendhi project aims to understand, from an intersectional perspective, how gender interacts with class and “race” to construct social inequalities in health from early childhood to death. The research is structured around two complementary questions: (i) How are sick bodies socially constructed? (ii) To what extent do different uses of the health system and different forms of health care provision vary according to the gender of the sick person? Four pathologies will be the subject of in-depth analysis: myocardial infarction and high blood pressure, depression, colorectal cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.


ERC DINA

Holder: Thomas Piketty (PSE)

Partner:University de Berkeley, Université d’Oxford, PSE

Funding:European Research Council (ERC)

Starting in: March 2020 – Ending in: February 2026

DINA aims at implementing a renovated approach to the measurement of income and wealth inequality consistent with macro aggregates, i.e. macroeconomic national accounts. It should help the researchers to rebuild the bridges between distributional data available from micro sources and national accounts aggregates in a systematic way.


Brain clOt persOnalized therapeutic Strategies for sTroke Emergent Reperfusion (BOOSTER)

Holder: Lise Rochaix (PSE / Univ. Paris 1 / Hospinnomics)

Funding:Assistance Publique – Hôpitaux de Paris (AP-HP)

Starting in: November 2019 – Ending in: November 2020

The objective of this University Hospital Research (RHU) project is to develop new organizations and therapeutic approaches for re-infusion interventions in the acute phase of stroke.


Rethinking the policies of restrain (RAC): multidisciplinary approaches

Holder: Lise Rochaix (PSE / Univ. Paris 1 / Hospinnomics)

Funding: Institut de Recherche en Santé Publique

Start in: October 2019 – Ending in: December 2021

Within this “Health Services Research” (HSR) project, a study of the philosophical underpinnings and a micro-simulation tool for remnant-to-load (RAC) was carried out.

How to remove obstacles to the development of physical and sports activities?

Holder: Lise Rochaix (PSE / Univ. Paris 1 / Hospinnomics)

Funding: Fondation Paul Bennetot

Start in: October 2018 – Ending in: April 2019

The project seeks to identify how to concretely remove obstacles to the development of physical and sports activities in order to improve health and quality of life.

Social robots and experiments in geriatrics: practices, resources and ethical framework

Holder: Lise Rochaix (PSE / Univ. Paris 1 / Hospinnomics)

Funding: Gérontopôle d’Île-de-France (Gérond’if)

Start in: May 2018 – Ending in: May 2021

This project allows the development of a methodology for the evaluation of the individual and collective value provided by social robots in geriatric care pathways.

Improved methods and Actionable Tools for enhancing Health Technology Assessment

Holder: Lise Rochaix (PSE / Univ. Paris 1 / Hospinnomics)

Funding: London School of Economics (LSE)

Start in: January 2018 – Ending in: December 2020

This project focuses on improved methods and practical tools to strengthen health technology assessment.

Image transmission applied to organ transplantation

Holder:Lise Rochaix (PSE / Univ. Paris 1 / Hospinnomics)

Funding: Assistance Publique – Hôpitaux de Paris (AP-HP)

Start in: January 2018 – Ending in: June 2021

This project studies image transmission applied to organ transplantation: before/after studies of the efficiency of the device.


ANR CHOPS – Apprehending Heterogeneous Opinions

Beneficiary: Jean-Marc Tallon (PSE / Univ. Paris 1)

Funding: Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR)

Start in: October 2017 – Ending in: March 2022

This project aims to identify practical ways of aggregating opinions or rankings that may be of interest to the private and public sectors.

Harvest Savers

Holder: Luc Arrondel (PSE / CNRS)

Funding: Harvest

Start in: January 2017 – Ending in: December 2019

This project studies the relative measure of risk preference of French savers.

IFN D. Waldenström

Beneficiary: Daniel Waldenström (IFN) & Jean-Marc Tallon (PSE / Univ. Paris 1)

Funding: Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN Stockholm)

Start in: August 2016 – Ending: July 2019

This project is about the Swedish Research Council grant.

Medico-economic evaluation of therapeutic education by a Community Interactive Platform – Dialysis and kidney transplantation

Holder: Lise Rochaix (PSE / Univ. Paris 1 / Hospinnomics)

Funding: Assistance Publique – Hôpitaux de Paris (AP-HP)

This project allows the medico-economic evaluation (PRME) of an online therapeutic education platform for patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD), dialysis patients or transplant patients.


Identity and Health

Holder:Fabrice Etilé (PSE / INRAE)

Funding: AXA Resarch Fund

Start in: February 2016 – Ending in: September 2022

This research project focuses on the role of identity in health behaviours. Identity in economics and sociology refers to the set of characteristics that make an individual unique.


Epidemiological and economic impact of alcohol pricing policies on cancers

Holder: Fabrice Etilé (PSE / INRAE)

Funding: Institut National Du Cancer (INCa) – Cancéropôle Île-de-France

Start in: December 2015 – Ending in: December 2019

This project is a study to examine: the effect of an excise tax proportional to the volume of pure alcohol in products; a minimum unit price policy; a ban on temporary price discounts.


Study of behavioral determinants in the time it takes to obtain a breast cancer diagnosis

Holder: Lise Rochaix (PSE / Univ. Paris 1 / Hospinnomics)

Funding: Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale (INSERM)

Start in: December 2015 – Ending in: November 2019

This project is a study of Breast Cancer Diagnosis, Adherence and Care: Contributions from Behavioural Economics.