Thibaud Deguilhem

Thibaud Deguilhem
Paris Diderot University | UP7 · Laboratoire Dynamiques Sociales et Recomposition des Espaces (LADYSS) UMR 7533

PhD in Economics

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The growing interest in social protection in Africa over the past two decades has led to a renewal of academic research and institutional literature, ranging from technical and evaluation approaches to political economy studies. The latter have the analytical singularity of linking the outcomes of social protection policies to their modalities of p...
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The concept of quality of employment is a helpful response to different conceptual-isations and typologies' failures in the analysis of the diversity of labour institutions in Latin America. The authors with the help of an original methodology combining socioeconomic dimensions in a Multiple Correspondence Analysis (MCA), construct a multidimension...
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L’intérêt croissant pour la protection sociale en Afrique depuis deux décennies entraîne un renouvellement des recherches académiques et de la littérature institutionnelle, entre approches techniciennes et évaluatives et travaux d’économie poli-tique. Ces derniers ont pour singularité analytique de relier la performance des politiques de protection...
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Les transformations à l’œuvre sur les marchés du travail latino-américain tendent à rendre de plus en plus inopérantes les dichotomies traditionnellement utilisées pour décrire les situations au travail. Nous proposons le concept interdisciplinaire de qualité d’emploi qui, par sa nature multidimensionnelle et contextualisée, permet de saisir toute...
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This article examines the effect of social networks (SNW) by investigating how mobilizing family, friendship or kindship ties in job searches affects the quality of employment (QoE) using quantitative and qualitative data. Drawing from socioeconomic literature on the segmented labor market, the authors propose an original and multidimensional measu...
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Urban labour market revisited: Why quality of employment matters in Bogota The urban labor market in Latin America has been assessed through a set of traditional typologies: formal vs. informal and wage labor vs. self-employed. In recent decades these approaches seem extensively criticized and overstretched by the successive waves of deregulation,...
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Analyse du réseau national d’élaboration de la politique de protection sociale L’enquête RAPS (Réseau des Acteurs de la Protection Sociale): mise en œuvre et avancées
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Dans le contexte latino-américain, façonné par une urbanisation rapide, de fortes inégalités et une faiblesse des institutions de placement de la main d’oeuvre, les problématiques liées à la structure du marché du travail et à l’effet des dispositifs d’intermédiation relationnelle sur les performances dans l’emploi apparaissent fondamentales. Cette...
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This article examines the effect of social network configurations on labour market outcomes. Drawing from the socioeconomic literature on social networks and employment, we note large discussions and contrasted results between potential and active network approaches on labour market, and we offer three contributions in this debate. First, we propos...
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This article examines the effect of social networks through the use of family, friends or relatives ties on quality of employment (QoE). Drawing from the socioeconomic literature on social networks and labor market, we propose an original and multidimensional measure of QoE, and a fruitful estimation approach of the effect of social networks on QoE...
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Finite Mixture Models (FMM) Applied to the Segmentation of the Bogota Labor Market. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate that the semi-parametric approach with Finite Mixture Models (FMM) is a real alternative to clustering procedures to explain social phenomena. We present the general framework of FMM before detailing the three stages of...
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Emerging countries and their leaders, the BRICS, can be revisited with an institutionalist approach enabling a better recognition of their diversity. Focusing on the composition of their labour nexus, this paper offers to question the category formed by these countries by studying their variety of quality of employment regimes. Two interesting resu...
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The concept of quality of employment is a helpful response to different conceptualisations and typologies' failures in the analysis of the diversity of labour institutions in Latin America. In Colombia, the employment practices are characterized by the multiplication of atypical status, forming a continuum between salaried and self-employed workers...
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The urban labor market in Latin America has been assessed through a set of traditional typologies: formal-informal and wage labor-self-employed. In recent decades these approaches seem extensively criticized and overstretched by the successive waves of deregulation, incapable of analyzing the mutation of social practices. In this context, the quali...

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Analysis of the configurations and impacts of different forms of interpersonal networks on the labor market in Bogota (job search and matching processes). Implementation of an original mixed system of data collection jointly conducted by the Colombian Department of Statistics (DANE), the University of Los Andes, the University of Bordeaux and Sciences Po Bordeaux.
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Project Coordinator : C. Gondard-Delcroix (GREThA – UB) (i) Identify and understand innovative forms of social protection in Madagascar for transmission to socio-economic actors (ii) My work in the project: (i) identification and analysis of the inter-organizational network of social protection actors; (ii) the role of personal networks in informal arrangements for securing living conditions