Landais, Camille

Dr Camille Landais  


Position held

Sectors and industries to which research relates:

Policy and Regulatory Bodies; Public Administration


French [Spoken: Fluent, Written: Fluent]

Media experience:

Has written for mainstream press; Radio; TV

Contact Points

LSE phone number:

+44 (0)20 7955 7864



Kolsrud, Jonas and Landais, Camille and Nilsson, Peter and Spinnewijn, Johannes (2015) The optimal timing of UI benefits: theory and evidence from Sweden CEP Discussion Papers, CEPDP1361. Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.


Kleven, Henrik Jacobsen and Landais, Camille and Saez, Emmanuel and Schultz, Esben (2014) Migration and wage effects of taxing top earners: evidence from the foreigners' tax scheme in Denmark The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 129 (1). 333-378. ISSN 0033-5533

Cabannes , Pierre-Yves and Houdré, Cédric and Landais, Camille (2014) How taxable income of affluent households react to its taxation? an estimate for the period 1997-2004 Economie et Statistique , 467. 141-162. ISSN 0336-1454


Kleven, Henrik Jacobsen and Landais, Camille and Saez, Emmanuel (2013) Taxation and international mobility of superstars: evidence from the European football market American Economic Review, 103 (5). 1892-1924. ISSN 0002-8282

Landais, Camille and Michaillat, Pascal and Saez, Emmanuel (2013) Optimal unemployment insurance over the business cycle CFM discussion paper series, CFM-DP2013-3. Centre For Macroeconomics , London, UK.


Landais, Camille (2012) Assessing the welfare effects of unemployment benefits using the regression kink design Public Economics Programme Papers, PEP 16. The London School of Economics and Political Science, Suntory and Toyota International Centres for Economics and Related Disciplines, London, UK.

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