I am a Professor of Economics at PSL Université Paris Dauphine. My research interest are the economics of aging and retirement as well as the economics of preventive care. I also have a strong interest in family economics and applied econometrics, in particular instrumental variable methods. I have worked extensively with researchers across the health sciences, social sciences and demography.
Akesaka M., EIBICH P., Hanaoka C., Shigeoka H. (2023), Temporal Instability of Risk Preference Among the Poor: Evidence from Payday Cycles, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, vol. 15, n°4, p. 68-99
EIBICH P., Kanabar R., Plum A., Schmied J. (2022), In and out of unemployment - labour market dynamics and the role of testosterone, Economics and Human Biology, vol. Volume 46, n°August 2022, p. 101123
Palumbo L., Berrington A., EIBICH P., Vitali A. (2022), Uncertain Steps Into Adulthood: Does economic precariousness hinder entry into the first coresidential partnership in the UK?, Population Studies
Pedron S., Maier W., Peters A., Linkohr B., Meisinger C., Rathmann W., EIBICH P., Schwettmann L. (2020), The effect of retirement on biomedical and behavioral risk factors for cardiovascular and metabolic disease, Economics and Human Biology, vol. Volume 38, n°August 2020, p. 100893
EIBICH P., Goldzahl L. (2020), Health information provision, health knowledge and health behaviours: Evidence from breast cancer screening, Social Science & Medicine, vol. Volume 265, n°November 2020, p. 113505
EIBICH P., Ziebarth N. (2014), Examining the structure of spatial health effects in Germany using Hierarchical Bayes Models, Regional Science and Urban Economics, vol. Volume 49, n°November 2014, p. 305-320