Pascale Petit

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This study uses the findings of a correspondence testing in order to assess the potential discrimination at job access level against young people of ethnic origin from the underprivileged suburbs of the Paris area (Ile-de-France). We measure simultaneously the effects of place of residence (privileged or underprivileged city), of nationality (French or(More)
National Origin Wage Differentials in France: Evidence from Matched Employer-Employee Data This paper attempts to explain national origin wage differentials in France. Our data come from a matched employer-employee wage survey performed in 2002. Business survey data are matched to many individual-level variables collected in a household survey. The sample(More)
BACKGROUND Models of sex therapy for sexual dysfunction in single men are available, but their value is not well established. This controlled study compared three approaches to the treatment of sexually dysfunctional single men. METHOD Sixty-nine single men diagnosed as sexually dysfunctional were randomly assigned to treatments focusing on either their(More)
Fe K-edge XANES spectra have been measured in more than 35 Fe(II) and Fe(III)-bearing minerals. The separation between the average pre-edge centroid positions for Fe(II) and Fe(III) is 1.4 +/- 0.1 eV. Examination of calculated pre-edge features of mechanical mixtures of phases containing different proportions of Fe(II) and Fe(III) reveals that different(More)
The purpose of this study is to assess the degree of employment discrimination against young people in the Ile-de-France region according to their place of residence by considering several spatial scales in order to measure the effect of the reputation of the administrative department or county (specifically Paris and Seine-Saint-Denis), the town or(More)
  • EMMANUEL DUGUET, LOÏC DU PARQUET, YANNICK L’HORTY, Pascale Petit, Emmanuel Duguet
  • 2012
We extend the standard hiring discrimination measure by including the cases where several candidates are invited to the same interview. The new measure considers the order in which the employer will contact the candidates as opposed to considering only whether or not a job applicant is invited to an interview – a practice common in the previous literature.(More)
Context and setting The provision of good patient care, the ultimate goal of medical education, requires a solid knowledge base and proficient skills combined with the attitudes and behaviour of a holistic and compassionate practitioner. Such attitudes may be shaped through medicineor illness-related life events, or experienced vicariously through the(More)
We propose to measure the effects of urban riots on the labour market prospects of workers residing in affected areas through the channel of labour market discrimination based on locality. We investigate the case of the French riots of 2007, which were very geographically concentrated. The town of Villiers-le-Bel is selected as the treatment unit because it(More)
  • YANNICK L’HORTY, EMMANUEL DUGUET, +5 authors Florent Sari
  • 2013
SUMMARY The aim of this study is to evaluate hiring discrimination against young people in the Ile-de-France region on three different grounds: the reputation of the area they live in, their gender and their ethnic origin (French or Moroccan). The study is based on experimental testing data using a protocol that allows to examine the cross effects of these(More)