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For the ASE sessions at the 2019 ASSA meetings, we welcome proposals for papers/sessions on all aspects of social economics, but preference will be given to papers that explore the implications of questioning presumed mechanical “essences” and instead locating economies thoroughly within the...
The aim of this meeting is to discuss recent research in the area of transport and infrastructure economics. The meeting will focus on issues related to pricing, investment and competition, but research papers in other areas of transport economics and infrastructure analysis, both from empirical...
Netspar stimulates innovative academic research in all disciplines in the social sciences related to aging and retirement. Topics of interest related to aging and retirement are: - Wellbeing and Welfare of Older People, - Communication and choice, - Work, Retirement, Housing, and Healthcare, -...
Universal Child Grants (UCG) are increasingly discussed as a policy instrument to achieve universal social protection and progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals. The conference organisers invite research paper proposals based on evidence from the implementation of cash transfers...
Die jährlich ausgerichtete Veranstaltung richtet sich an Promovendinnen und Promovenden unterschiedlicher sozialwissenschaftlicher Disziplinen und angrenzender Fächer (z.B. Soziologie, Wirt-schaftswissenschaft, Politikwissenschaft), deren laufende Doktorarbeit einen Zusammenhang mit mindestens...
The workshop aims to facilitate the networking of young scientists and to promote the exchange of their latest research across the range of labour economics, social policy, education economics, demography and migration. Policy relevant contributions, either theoretical or applied, are highly...
This year’s focus is on the formation of skill supply and skill demand and their consequences for educational and employment biographies. We therefore particularly welcome policy relevant contributions, both theoretical and applied, on topics such as: - Early childhood determinants of skill...
The relation of poverty and inequality to environmental hazards and changes are complex and important, and this workshop aims to motivate high-quality research on these links. A (non-exhaustive) list of keywords for possible contributions are: - Natural disasters, weather, or climate and the...
We invite papers that discuss these developments and related social policy changes. For example, how do we make sense of parallel processes of universalizing social policies in some fields and places, and increasingly exclusionary rhetoric of social protection in others? Given that the...
The 17th annual ESPAnet conference in Stockholm will increase the interest to bridge research on migration, social protection and European welfare states, thus creating a solid foundation for evidence-based policymaking, not only in Sweden but also internationally. Topics: European refugee...
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