Researcher at Ined
I am a tenured researcher at the Institut National d’Études Démographiques (Ined) in the research unit economic demography (UR9).
In 2014, I defended my PhD in economics about the effects on tuition fees in french higher education. This thesis was awarded the Jean-Claude Eicher prize 2017 from AJCEDU, the Edgard Milhaud prize 2016 from Ciriec, the Jacques Tymen prize 2015 from AES and OVE thesis prize.
In addition to an extension of my previous works in economics of education, my current research focuses, on the first hand, on issues related to social inequalities in school trajectories and, on the second hand, on the determinants and the articulation of individual trajectories.
Since 2022, I have been appointed to a research chair in humanities and social sciences by the Île-de-France region.
Contact : leonard.moulin[at]ined.fr.