Jean-Marie VINCENS, economist in the field of Manpower Training and Development; Labour Market Studies, Wages, Employment; Economics of Education. Conseiller
Scientifique, Centre d’Etudes et de
Recherches Qualifications, 1970-1982;
Vice-Prés., University Sciences Sociales,
Toulouse, 1980-1983; Membre, Conseil
Supérieur des University, Section Sciences
Economics, 1970-1972, 1980-1981, 1984; Prés.,
Concours Agrégation Science Economics,
VINCENS, Jean-Marie was born in 1928 in Figeac, Lot, France.
Dr University Toulouse 1954;
Agrégé, Honorary Dr University Catholique
Louvain la Neuve, 1958, 1981.
Assistant Chargé de Cours.,
University Sciences Sociales, 1955-1956, 1956-
8. Professor Invité, University Louvain, Belgium,
19714. Consultant, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Lisbon,
Portugal, 1970, 1982, European Economie Community, 1977-1980.
Professor of Economics, University Sciences Sociales, Toulouse, France.
Effects of redistribution on the income inequality of working households, the transfers taking place mostly from young people, and from couples with more than one working member toward households having only one working member and bringing up children. Elaboration of the concept of ‘plants population’ applied to manpower forecasting. Professional and regional manpower forecasting.
Study of the relationships between the school system and the production system, and more precisely between the basic training and job characteristics. Sequence of states: employment-unemployment;
use of longitudinal data collected by CEJEE (Centre d’Etudes Juridiques et Economiques de l’Emploi). And the ‘employment relation’ and implicit contract theory.