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Learn more about whether tax incentives for saving in pension accounts cause debt accumulation in Danish households; about the interaction between housing and pension savings when people make long term decisions; and about alternative approaches to decumulation of DC capital. Take part in...
Invited Lectures, Program 16.06.2016: - The Rise of the In-Work Safety Net: Implications for Families in Strong and Weak Labor Markets. Hilary Hoynes, UC Berkeley and NBER; - The Effects of Immigration on Wages and Employment. Christian Dustmann, University College London and CEPR; - Income...
The theme of the conference is Cultural policy in a transformed cultural landscape. The cultural sector is in motion. The classic cultural institutions are being redefined and new types of institutions have appeared. The mediatization, including social media, that blurs the boundaries between...
Policy studies increasingly focus on the role of ideas. It is not altogether a new insight that ideas matter in policy making, but it is a new phenomenon that it has become a dominant approach. This Ph.D. course offers a vide variety of theories and methods that theorize on how and under what...
The aim of the workshop is to assemble researchers and PhD students specializing in international economics from all Danish research institutions. In addition, we hope again this year to have a number of non-Danish researchers to participate. Focus will be on scientific exchange, facilitating...
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