Stéphane Carcillo is the head of the Jobs and Income division in the Directorate for Employment, Labour, and Social Affairs at OECD. He is also a research fellow at IZA Bonn, specialized in labour economics and employment policies. He was previously a senior economist in the Social Policy division where he led the work on youth. He was also an economist in the Fiscal Affairs Department at the IMF, before becoming the labour market advisor to the French Minister for the Economy, Finance and Employment. In 2014 he published Labor Economics at the MIT Press, with Pierre Cahuc and André Zylberberg. He has published many research articles, notably in the Journal of Labor Economics and Economic Policy.
Doctorate in Economics, University Paris 1 Pantheon – Sorbonne, 2000 D.Phil. in Economics (D.E.A.), Paris School of Economics, 1997
Master of Science in Management – Grande Ecole, ESSEC (Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales), Paris, 1994
Advisor, Private office of the French Minister for the Economy, Finance and Employment (2007-2010)
Economist, International Monetary Fund (IMF), (2006-2007)
Economist, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), (2006)
Associate Professor (Maître de conférences), University Paris 1 Pantheon – Sorbonne, (2004- 2005)
Economist, Treasury, French Ministry for the Economy and Finance (2002- 2004)