Sandrine Cazes is senior economist at the Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs of the OECD. Prior joing the OECD, she worked at the OFCE-Sciences Po French observatory and at the International Labour Organization, both in Budapest sub-regional office and in Geneva headquarters where she was the Head of the Employment Analysis and Research unit. Her main topics of interests include comparative analysis of labour market policies and institutions, job quality, employment protection and labour relations. She has authored several publications – books, research papers, reports – in the fields of labour economics, flexicurity, labour market segmentation and collective bargaining and is a regular contributor to the OECD Employment Outlook. Since September 2017, she is also co-chair of the evaluation Committee of the “Ordonnances” French reforms.