Joint research unit 7235

Noémi Berlin

Phone. professional : 7780

Office in Paris Nanterre: G605A

Research focus : Comportements, Droits et Bien-être

Themes: Economie comportementale
economie de la santé
microéconomie appliquée

CNRS researcher
Noemi.Berlin@parisnanterre.fr
Website: personal website

RESEARCH FIELDS:

Behavioural economics, experimental economics, health behaviours, economics of education

PAST POSITIONS:

2017: Research Associate, European University Institute, Fiesole
2014-2016: Post-doctoral fellow in Behavioural and Health Economics, School of Economics, University of Edinburgh

EDUCATION:

2009-2013: PhD in Economics, Université Paris 1 – Paris School of Economics
2007-2009: Master Economie Thérorique et Empirique, Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, PSE
2006-2009: Magistère d’Economie, Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, PSE

PUBLICATIONS:

 

Changing Dietary Habits Early in Life: A Field Experiment with Low Income Families”, with Michèle Belot, Jonathan James, Valeria Skafida, Forthcoming in Journal of Political Economy: Microeconomics 

 

Mastery Is Associated With Weight Status, Food Intake, Snacking, and Eating Disorder Symptoms in the NutriNet-Santé Cohort Study. with Gisch, U. A., Robert, M., Nebout, A., Etilé, F., Teyssier, S., … & Péneau, S.  Frontiers in Nutrition, 960, 2022. https://doi.org/10.3389/fnut.2022.871669

 

 

Financial incentives for smoking cessation in pregnancy: multicentre randomised controlled trial, with Ivan Berlin, Marie Malecot, Martine Breton, Florence Jusot, Léontine Goldzahl, 2021; BMJ, 375:e065217 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj-2021-065217

 

Public acceptability of financial incentives to reward pregnant smokers who stop smoking: a United Kingdom – France comparison , with Léontine Goldzahl, Pat Hoddinott, Linda Bauld, Ivan Berlin, The European Journal of Health Economics (2017). doi:10.1007/s10198-017-0914-6

 

Gender Differences in Reaction to Feedback and Willingness to Compete with Marie-Pierre Dargnies, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2016, Volume 130, October 2016, Pages 320–336

 

Protocol for study of financial incentives for smoking cessation in pregnancy (FISCP): randomised, multicentre study, with Léontine Goldzahl, Florence Jusot and Ivan Berlin, BMJ Open, vol. 6:7, 2016

 

An Exploratory Study on Creativity, Personality and Schooling, with Jean-Louis Tavani and Maud Besancon, Education Economics, Vol. 24, Iss 5, 2016, p. 536-556

 

Time spent on New Songs: Word-of-Mouth and Price Effects on Teenager Consumption, with Anna Bernard and Guillaume Fürst, Journal of Cultural Economics, vol. 39:2, May 2015, p.205-218

 

Croyances et Goût pour la Compétition, with Marie-Pierre Dargnies, La revue économique, vol. 64:3, mai 2013, p.393-404

 

WORKING PAPERS AND WORK IN PROGRESS

 

Food behaviors

 

“Changing Dietary Habits Early in Life: A Field Experiment with Low Income Families”, with Michèle Belot, Jonathan James, Valeria Skafida, previously entitled “Changing Dietary Habits: A Field Experiment with Low Income Families“,  IZA Discussion Paper No. 11317

 

“Associations between in utero food exposure with subsequent food preferences and Body Mass Index in young children from low-income families”, with Michèle Belot, Jonathan James, Valeria Skafida

 

“What You Eat is What You Are: Risk Attitude, Time Preference, and Food Behavior”, with Antoine Nebout, Emmanuel Kemel, Florent Vieux, Nicole Darmon, Sandrine Peneau, Emmanuel Paroissien http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4474126

 

“Social norms, parents’ food beliefs, and parents’ food choices: an experiment”, with Tarek Jaber-Lopez and Moustapha Sarr

 

Smoking and pregnant Women

 

“Do financial incentives for smoking cessation during pregnancy reduce social inequalities in health at birth?”, with Ivan Berlin Leontine Goldzahl, Florence Jusot

 

“Association of smoking abstinence periods during pregnancy with birth weight?”, with Ivan Berlin Leontine Goldzahl, Florence Jusot

 

Risk and Uncertainty

 

“A convenient truth: between-subject random incentive and preferences towards risk and time”, with Emmanuel Kemel, Vincent Lenglin et Antoine Nebout

 

Levels of uncertainty and charitable giving“, with Maria J. Montoya-Villalobos, EconomiX Working Papers, No 2023-8, University of Paris Nanterre, EconomiX. 

 

Environnemental behaviors

“Feedback and coorperation: An experiment on sorting behaviour” , with Mamadou Gueye et Stéphanie Monjon 

 

Gender 

“Gender Differences in Early Occupational Choices: Evidence from Medical Specialty Selection”, with Josep Amer-Mestre, Agnès Charpin, Magali Dumontet

 

“Why do women choose different medical specialties? The role of taste for competition and specialty amenities”, with Magali Dumontet

 

Creativity

Creative Cognition as a Bandit Problem?“, with Jan Dul, Marco Gazel, Louis Lévy-Garboua, Todd Lubart, CES working paper 23002, Université Panthéon-Sorbonne (Paris 1), Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne. R&R at Learning and Individual Differences

 

AGENDA

Tuesday 5 March 2024

Recherche et Economie et Socioéconomie Politique, des Institutions et des Régulations (RESPIR)

Thomas Angeletti (Université Paris Dauphine PSL & IRISSO CNRS)

L’invention de l’économie française

Tuesday 5 March 2024

L’invention de l’économie française

Thomas Angeletti (Université Paris Dauphine PSL & IRISSO CNRS)

L’invention de l’économie française

Tuesday 5 March 2024

Webinar TELE – Theoretical European Law & Economics

Ester Manna (University of Barcelona, Spain)

3:00 pm to 4:15 pm (Paris time)

TBA

Tuesday 5 March 2024

TBA

Ester Manna (University of Barcelona, Spain)

3:00 pm to 4:15 pm (Paris time)

TBA

Wednesday 6 March 2024

Économies du monde musulman

Amal Briki (Agence Alnaft, Alger)

Les déterminants de la performance bancaire en Algérie

Wednesday 6 March 2024

Les déterminants de la performance bancaire en Algérie

Amal Briki (Agence Alnaft, Alger)

Les déterminants de la performance bancaire en Algérie

Thursday 7 March 2024

Climate Change has Likely Already Affected Yield Growth and Migration: Evidence from the Corn Belt.

Michaël Guillossou

Climate Change has Likely Already Affected Yield Growth and Migration: Evidence from the Corn Belt.

Thursday 7 March 2024

Doctorants

Michaël Guillossou

Climate Change has Likely Already Affected Yield Growth and Migration: Evidence from the Corn Belt.

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