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Non solum data. Data sine monito oculo nihil sunt.
It’s not only data. Data is nothing without a curious eye.

Hi there!  I’m Gatien.

Field health economist at the International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC) @ Johns Hopkins University.

My specialty is getting to know and analyze the economic burden of disease through costing and willingness-to-pay. I also worked for a few years on health literacy, open access publishing, waiting times for health care, and universal health coverage.

And I’m an amateur blogger.

Gatien de Broucker

Hello,

I am Patrice, a labour and education economist.

I have been collaborating for many years with the OECD’s education indicators project. My research activities have covered many issues in education and labour, such as youth labour market, human capital development, and determinants of school performance.

And I’m Gatien’s father.

Patrice de Broucker

Recent Posts

Academic gap: Any progress since 2012?

In summary In two earlier posts, I proposed a metric to measure the “academic gap” – the distance between students performing the lowest and the recognized international benchmark for “average or standard performance“. I measured the evolution of the academic gap between 2006 and 2012. In this post, I’m updating the profiles of the countries … Continue reading Academic gap: Any progress since 2012?

Minimum Wage Policy in the United States

The introduction of minimum wages in the United States The early 1930s were the years of the Great Depression, an economic recession that affected  the United States as well as most of the European metropolises. This crisis led many countries to enact social policies or reevaluate those in place to protect workers and stimulate the industry. … Continue reading Minimum Wage Policy in the United States

From EndNote to Excel

Below, I’m presenting tips and codes to transfer a library from EndNote to Excel using an (EndNote) Output Style File. Before using the code, you should note that only the following reference types* will be correctly exported: journal articles, book, book section, edited book, conference proceedings, report, thesis, blog post, electronic article, web page, generic. … Continue reading From EndNote to Excel

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