Bordeaux Applied Economics Workshop #1 : HEALTH, INCENTIVES AND BEHAVIORAL TAXATION

This series of mini-workshops aims to gather European researchers twice a year at Bordeaux University to discuss various topics in applied economics.


Format: 35 min presentation, 2 x 5 min discussions, 5 min open discussion

12:00 Lunch

13:25 Welcoming words, Olivier Bargain (LAREFI)

13:30 Fabrice Etilé (INRA, PSE): “The Incidence of Soft-Drink Taxes on Consumer Prices and Welfare: Evidence
from the French `Soda Tax’ ”. Discussion: Nicolas Sirven (Paris Descartes) and Jérôme Wittwer (ISPED - BPH Inserm U1219).

14:20 Céline Bonnet (INRA, TSE): “Reformulation and taxes for healthier consumption: An empirical evidence
in the French Dairy Dessert market”. Discussion: Cécile Aubert (GRETHA) and Florence Jusot (Dauphine).

15:10 Coffee Break

15:40 François-Charles Wolff (Nantes): “Grouped Patterns of Heterogeneity to Measure Intensities of Consumption
Responses to Tobacco Tax Reforms”. Matthieu Solignac (COMPTRASEC) and Jacob Penglase (LAREFI).

16:30 Florence Jusot (Dauphine): “Increasing breast cancer screening uptake: a randomized controlled experiment”.
Discussion: Delphine Boutin (LAREFI) and Tanguy Bernard (GRETHA).

17:20 Cocktail

Mise à jour le 04/10/2018

Scientific organizer


Christel Chaineaud

Cyril Mesmer