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Microdata from Eurostat are the basis for comparative social research in Europe. More and more researchers use these data for a wide range of economic and social analyses. Topics addressed in the 6th User Conference include e.g. poverty and social exclusion, income inequality, low wage earners,...
The conference focuses on technological change, in particular digitalization and the re-organization of production processes, and demographics in industrialized countries, as well as on the ways these phenomena interact with employment, wages, and participation in the labor market. Researchers...
Conference Theme: "40 Years of AFIT: A Time for Reflection and Renewal" As AFIT celebrates its 40th anniversary, we reflect on the relevance of the old institutional approach, methods, standards, and insights while exploring new theoretical developments and applications. We encourage papers 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...
The conference is devoted to the incentives for economic growth. Effective incentives including business incentives, financial or non-financial benefits, state and local tax incentives etc. can help to stimulate sustainable economic growth of economy. The objective of the conference is to...
The IZA Annual Migration Meeting aims at bringing together junior and senior migration researchers to discuss their most recent work in a constructive atmosphere. We encourage submissions on all topics related to the economics of migration.
Program: - New Evidence of Generational Progress for Mexican Americans; - Refugee-Specific Government Aid and Child Refugees Success Later in Life; - Are Mexican and U.S. Workers Complements or Substitutes? - Job Vacancies and Immigration: Evidence from Pre- and Post-Mariel Miami; - Cyclical...
To expand the frontiers of global knowledge around jobs and advance the discussion on the most effective policies, we are interested in papers that focus on: - Increasing wage labor demand. - Creating jobs in the formal sector of the economy, including mobilizing capital for private sector...
We encourage submissions of theoretical and empirical papers addressing issues including: - The causes and consequences of the spatial distribution of economic activity. - The evolution of economic geography in response to globalization. - The interaction between trade, geography and growth. -...
This workshop, jointly organized by the Barcelona GSE, MOVE, and INSIDE, aims at bringing together top researchers working on different topics related to migration so as to discuss state of the art recent research in the field.
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)