||Sandrine Cazes is a Senior Economist at the OECD. She received her Master of macroeconomics and econometrics from the University of Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne and Ecole Normale supérieure. Prior to that she was the Head of the Employment Analysis and Research unit at the International Labour Organization in Geneva where she was responsible for research, comparative analysis and policy advises in the areas of labour market developments and performances for both OECD and emerging economies. She was the labour market advisor and lead economist of the ILO sub regional office for Central and Eastern Europe, in Budapest during the EU enlargement process. Before joining the ILO, she worked at the French Economic Observatory –Sciences Po, in Paris. Her main topics of interests include the analysis of labour market policies and institutions, the role of regulations and institutions for labour market adjustment and performances, measuring and assessing job quality, employment protection and job security. She has authored several publications – books, research papers, policy advisory reports – in the fields of labour economics, flexicurity, employment stability and labour market segmentation.
Sandrine Cazes became an IZA Policy Fellow in 2009.