A paper published in the European Economic Review, co-authored by Stéphane Auray, David L. Fuller and Guillaume Vandenbroucke – October 2021
Le Comité Scientifique et d’Expertise, dont Peter Tankov est membre, publie ses nouvelles recommandations – Septembre 2021
An interview with Peter Tankov in Polytechnique Insights – October 2021
- Patrick Präg, Center for Research in Economics and Statistics, ENSAE, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, Palaiseau, France
- Lea Ellward, Institute of Sociology and Social Psychology, University of Cologne, Albert-Magnus-Platz, Cologne, Germany
The COVID-19 pandemic and the mitigation measures by governments have upended the economic and social lives of many, leading to widespread psychological distress. We explore heterogeneity in trajectories of psychological distress during the pandemic in the United Kingdom and relate this heterogeneity to socio-demographic and health factors. We analyze nine waves of longitudinal, nationally representative survey data from the UK Household Longitudinal Study (N=15,914), covering the period from early 2020 to mid-2021. First, latent class mixture modelling is used to identify trajectories of psychological distress. Second, associations of the trajectories with covariates are tested with multinomial logistic regressions. We find four different trajectories of distress: continuously low, temporarily elevated, repeatedly elevated, and continuously elevated distress. Nearly two fifths of the population experienced severely elevated risks of distress during the pandemic. Long-term distress was highest among younger people, women, people living without a partner, those who had no work or lost income, and those with previous health conditions or COVID-19 symptoms. Given the threat of persistent stress on health, policy measures should be sensitized to the unintended yet far-reaching consequences of non-pharmaceutical interventions.
Link to the article:
In the Press:
- The Financial Channel, Sept. 28th, 2021 – https://finchannel.com/40-of-uk-has-increased-psychological-distress-as-a-result-of-pandemic/
Congratulations to Alice Lapeyre, Guilia Giupponi and Camille Landais
Article co-écrit par Anthony Strittmatter, Professeur assistant d’économie politique à l’Institut polytechnique de Paris, et Conny Wunsch, Professeure d’économie du marché du travail à la Faculté des sciences économiques de l’Université de Bâle.
The CREST is happy to announce that the 2021 PhD Day will take place on Wednesday October 6th 2021 (Amphi 250).
The morning session will gather all faculties and PhD students with a welcome speech by the CREST’s direction and an introduction of the new-coming PhD and professors. We warmly invite every faculty members to join this session!
The afternoon will be dedicated to PhD students with presentations of professors and administrative staff members regarding various topics related to pursuing a PhD at CREST.
The detailed program of the day is the following :
09:45 – Arrival, Amphi 250
10:00 – Morning session:
10:00 Welcome speech and presentation of the CREST (G. Hollard)
10:30 Introduction of the new faculties and new PhD students
12:00 Group picture
12:30 – Lunch, Grand Hall
14:00: Afternoon session:
14:00: PhD at CREST, in the Doctoral School IP-Paris or Hadamard (T. Vergé)
14:20: Representation of PhD Students (M. Mugnier)
14:30: Teaching (W. Leduc and F. Perez)
14:50: Mental Health (A. Dalayan)
15:10: Workplace Well-being (E. Taugourdeau)
15:20: Tips and Advice (P. Boyer)
17:30 Closing Event, meeting point under the préau of ENSAE
We remind you that wearing a mask is required on all occasions except at lunchtime.
It is forbidden to eat or drink in the lecture hall.
Thank you for your understanding.