Social Research | Research Assistant
Maxime Bercholz joined the ESRI as a Research Assistant in October 2017. He holds a BA in Philosophy, Political Science, Economics and Sociology and an MSc in Economics, both from Trinity College Dublin. His dissertation examined the impact of the Great Recession on higher education participation in Ireland.
Maxime has previously worked as a teaching assistant in mathematics and statistics and as a research assistant at Trinity College Dublin, and more recently as an intern in the ESRI. His work in the ESRI focuses on micro-simulation modelling of the tax-benefit system.
Tel: +353 1 8632000
Latest Publications: Budget 2019: tax and welfare changesThe gender impact of Irish budgetary policy 2008-2018Income growth and income distribution: a long-run view of Irish experienceDistributional Impact of Tax and Welfare Policies: Budget 2018Recent Trends in Female Labour Force Participation in Ireland
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Programmes and Projects: A Review of Ireland in EUROMODSWITCH Model: Databases and Technical DevelopmentHousehold Expenditure and Indirect TaxesFinancial Incentives to WorkModelling Healthcare EntitlementsAnalysis of Childcare SubsidiesIncome Distribution and Redistribution