Hugo JEANNINGROS

Hugo JEANNINGROS

JEANNINGROS Hugo

Postdoctoral fellow at Sorbonne University, department of sociology.

hugo.jeanningros@sorbonne-universite.fr
hugo.jeanningros@protonmail.com

Topics

  • Economic sociology
  • Risk and insurance studies
  • Sociology of health and illness
  • Digital studies

Ongoing projects

ELOCAN- Effects of the right to be forgotten in accessing loan-related insurance after cancer. Sorbonne University & the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm), with the financial support of the French National Cancer Institute (Inca), 2022-2025.

Iotarea – Impacts of working time organisation on nursing staff satisfaction and intensive care units performance, AP-HP, 2021.

Peer-reviewed Papers

  • (2020) with Liz McFall “The value of Sharing: Branding and behaviour in a life and health insurance company”, Big Data & Society. https://doi.org/10.1177/2053951720950350
  • (2021) “Capter, quantifier, gouverner. L’assurance comportementale au service de la prévention ?”, Revue Française de Socio-Economie. https://doi.org/10.3917/rfse.026.0047

Teachings

  • Sociology of health and illness.
  • General knowledge : the State.
  • Statistics
  • Quantitative methodology
  • Sociological traditions : American sociology
  • Sociological theories of the XXth century

Education

  • 2020 – PhD in social sciences, Sorbonne University “Conducting conducts digitally: behavioural economics, IoT and prevention in French private insurance.” Sup. Philippe Steiner
  • 2015 – Master degree in social sciences, Sorbonne University.

Dernières publications de Hugo JEANNINGROS

« Capter, quantifier, gouverner. L’assurance comportementale au service de la prévention ? »

Hugo JEANNINGROS, « Capter, quantifier, gouverner. L’assurance comportementale au service de la prévention ? », Revue Française de Socio-Économie, vol.26, no.1, 2021, 47-66

"The value of sharing: Branding and behaviour in a life and health insurance company"

Hugo JEANNINGROS, "The value of sharing: Branding and behaviour in a life and health insurance company", With Liz McFall (Edinburgh University), Big Data & Society, September 2020, 2020