Membre Associé - Cercle des économistes
Professor Paris School of Economics and Sorbonne University
Claudia SENIK was educated at the Ecole Normale Supérieure (Ulm, 1984-1988) and received her PhD from EHESS in 1993. She is now Professor at Sorbonne University and at the Paris School of Economics. She is co-Director of the Wellbeing Observatory at CEPREMAP, she is also Deputy Director of CEPREMAP, member of the IZA and of the Institut Universitaire de France. She holds several editorial responsibilities, notably in the International Journal of Wellbeing, the IZA Journal of Labor Economics, Economie et Statistiques/Economics and Statistics and PLOS One.
Her papers are published in international scientific refereed journals; she also has books in French, such as L’économie du bonheur, la République des idées, Seuil, 2014, and Les Français, le bonheur et l’argent, 2018, Presses de l’ENS, with Yann Algan and Elizabeth Beasley.
Her main research area is the economics of happiness, with a special interest in the relationship between income growth, income gaps and subjective well-being. She is also interested in the drivers of wellbeing at work. Finally, she also works on political attitudes and gender norms.
Session 13: Faut-il supprimer ou renouveler les indicateurs de richesse sociale ?
Mesurer c’est gouverner. Dès lors que les performances sont mesurées par des indicateurs, ces derniers deviennent la boussole des employés au sein des firmes, des décideurs au sein des organisations et des gouvernements.Télécharger