Showing 1 - 10 of 10
The workshop aims to facilitate the networking of young scientists and to promote the exchange of their latest research across the range of labor economics, social policy, education economics, demography and migration. Policy relevant contributions, either theoretical or applied, are highly...
Here are some more examples reflecting the permutation between wealth, power and knowledge from a PPE perspective. 1) How do we transform knowledge into wealth and power? - Data ethics: transparency and the right to privacy and informational self-determination. - Political entrepreneurs: Right-...
This workshop explores life-course influences on the different aspects of retirement. Example topics are: - how working careers influence retirement age and pensions, - how childhood living conditions influence health and well-being after retirement, - how cumulative (dis)advantages shape social...
In which ways do labour market flexibilisation and subsequent life-course effects challenge pension provision and how do pension systems respond to such challenges? The one-day conference, organized by the Finnish Centre for Pensions, will bring together top researchers and professionals to...
Recently, new approaches to research on philanthropy have deepened our understanding of giving behavior. Those new developments include the ascent of field experiments and growth of lab experiments on fundraising where charities are perceived as active parties. Others include the influence of...
The focus of the 2017 Public Economic workshop will be on (but not restricted to): - Taxation and Redistributive Systems, - Optimal Taxation, - Tax Evasion, - Welfare Economics and Normative Economics, - Social Security, Social Insurance and Health Economics, - Development Economics and...
All CESifo Research Network members are invited to submit their papers, which may deal with any topic within the domains of employment and social protection. The area has a wide scope of relevant research. It covers positive and normative research questions that are usually pursued in economic...
Digital technologies have dramatically reduced the costs of storing, processing and transferring information. This workshop will bring together researchers seeking to understand how these changes affect production, transfer and consumption of information. The information may be the output, as in...
Main topics: - The Robustness of Globalization Theory. Trade Liberalization and its Benefits; - Globalization, Inequality and Social Inclusion; - The United States and the Protectionist option: a New Trade Deal?; - How Scary is Disruptive Technology? Perspectives on Employment; - The Upcoming...
European countries have transformed. Fiscal consolidation, the 2008 financial collapse, demographic changes, the refugee crisis, social movements, unemployment, and new political forces are all a threat to social dialogue, solidarity and the European project. Social policy has played a key role...
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)