cbmsc

Department of Management, Society and Communication

  • CBS Sustainability
Clement
Brebion
Postdoc


Room: DH.Ø.2.109
Tel:
+4538152433
E-mail: cbr.msc@cbs.dk
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Clément Brébion joined CBS in September 2020 as a postdoctoral researcher.  He received his PhD in economics in November 2019 from the Paris School of Economics. His main research interests are labour economics, economics of education and industrial relations. He has a particular interest into comparative research. In his PhD thesis, he has led a comparative analysis of the French and German apprenticeship systems as well as an estimation of discriminations against works councilors in Germany. He has also worked on the impact of the eligibility threshold to the unemployment insurance on job inflows and outflows. His PhD received the 2nd prize of the Best PhD Award on Labor Markets from the French Unemployment Insurance (Pôle Emploi). More recently, he started working on the EU H2020 project HECAT that aims at developing and piloting an ethical algorithm and platform for use by PES and jobseekers.

Primary research areas
  • Labour economics
  • Economics of education
  • Industrial relations
Links
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www.cbs.dk/en/staff/cbmsc
Courses

Business, labour market inequality and digital transformation

 

Supervision

I am open to any form of relevant supervision

 

Selected publications

Paul Brandily; Clement Brebion; Simon Briole; Laura Khoury / A Poorly Understood Disease? : The Impact of COVID-19 on the Income Gradient in Mortality over the Course of the Pandemic. Paris : Paris School of Economics 2021, 66 p. (Working Paper / Paris School of Economics, No. 2020 - 44) https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-02895908

2020 Entitled to Leave: the Impact of Unemployment Insurance Eligibility on Employment Duration and Job Quality https://openaccess.nhh.no/nhh-xmlui/handle/11250/2636446

2020 The impact of works council membership on wages in Germany: a case of strategic discrimination? https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-02436686/

2019 The returns to apprenticeship training on the labour market: better outcomes in France than in Germany https://www.cairn-int.info/article-E_FORM_146_0101--apprenticeship-training-better.htm French version: https://journals.openedition.org/formationemploi/7413

 

Publications sorted by:
2021
Paul Brandily; Clement Brebion; Simon Briole; Laura Khoury / A Poorly Understood Disease? : The Impact of COVID-19 on the Income Gradient in Mortality over the Course of the Pandemic.
Paris : Paris School of Economics 2021, 66 p. (Working Paper / Paris School of Economics, No. 2020 - 44)
Working paper
2020
Laura Khoury; Clement Brebion; Simon Briole / Entitled to Leave : The Impact of Unenployment Insurance Eligibility on Employment Duration and Job Quality.
Bergen : Norwegian School of Economics 2020, 114 p. (Discussion Paper / Department of Economics. Norwegian School of Economics, No. 01/2020)
Working paper
Clement Brebion / L’Allemagne : Un modèle de relations professionnelles vraiment coopératif?.
Noisy-le-Grand : Cnam-CEET 2020, 4 p. (Connaissance de l’emploi, No. 158)
Working paper
Clement Brebion / The Impact of Works Council Membership on Wages in Germany : A Case of Strategic Discrimination?.
Paris : Paris School of Economics 2020, 66 p. (Working Paper / Paris School of Economics, No. 2020 – 02)
Working paper
2019
Clément Brébion / L’apprentissage, un meilleur «rendement» professionnel en France qu’en Allemagne
In: Formation Emploi, No. 146 (Avril-Juin), 2019, p. 101-127
Journal article > peer review
Clément Brébion / Vocational Training and Industrial Relations in France and Germany
Paris : Paris School of Economics 2019, 252 p.
Ph.D. thesis
Outside activities

Currently no outside activities