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GAINS

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GAINS - Groupe d’Analyse des Itinéraires et Niveaux Salariaux - Equipe d'accueil 2167

Group for the analysis of itineraries and wage levels (GAINS) - Research group 2167

 

GAINS consists of two teams: one in Economic Sciences (EURESEMans) and the other in Management Sciences (ARGUMans). The former works in macroeconomics and on the labour market, as well as on the analysis of risk and the demand for insurance or social protection linked to them. The latter develops its research in the study of organisations, accounting, control and auditing, marketing and the social and solidarity economy.
In 2008, GAINS was a founding member of the CNRS research federation “Travail, Emploi et Politiques Publiques - Institute for Labour, Employment and Public Policies” (TEPP) which now includes 10 laboratories.

 

 53 people including
37 teachers-researchers
15 doctoral students
1 administrative and technical member of staff

 

 Partnerships

  • with national and international researchers
  • with national and international institutions (Central Banks, IMF, ILO, ECB, Compagnie Régionale des Commissaires aux Comptes (French Institute of Statutory Auditors), Ordre des Experts Comptables de la Sarthe (Sarthe Association of Registered Accountants, etc.)
  • and companies (COVEA, MGEN, MAIF, Fédération Nationale de la Mutualité Française, Mutualité Pays de la Loire, etc.)

  • Initiator of the PANORisk project (development of decision-making support tools), supported by the Pays de la Loire Region
  • Holder of the Chair in Social and Solidarity Economics, the Chair in Accounting-Control-Audit and the Chair in Computer Science and Econometrics of Insurance.

Member of the Institute of Risk and Insurance (IRA), supported by Le Mans Université

 

 

Director: François Langot | françois.langot@univ-lemans.fr (francois.langot @ univ-lemans.fr)
Deputy Director: Mehdi Nekhili | mehdi.nekhili @ univ-lemans.fr

More informations:
Download the presentation sheet of GAINS (EN)
Visit the website of GAINS

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