Press Release: CELSI supports Central European University in Budapest
Tlačová správa: Vyhlásenie Stredoeurópskeho inštitútu pre výskum práce (CELSI) k bezprostrednému ohrozeniu akademických slobôd a Stredoeurópskej univerzity (CEU) v Budapešti
Vedenie CELSI týmto vyjadruje solidaritu so Stredoeurópskou univerzitou (CEU) v Budapešti. Sme hlboko znepokojení v súvislosti s legislatívnym návrhom, ktorý bezprostredne ohrozuje akademické slobody a znemožňuje ďalšie pôsobenie CEU v Budapešti.
CELSI Fellows Jan Drahokoupil and Brian Fabo published a policy brief dealing with the labour market effects of the online work platforms
The ETUI policy brief "The platform economy and the disruption of the employment relationship" considers the impact of online platforms on labour markets and on the employment relationship in particular.
New article co-authored by CELSI's Monika Martiskova has been published as CEU's Center for Policy Studies Working Paper
The new article "Union Organizing in the Automotive Industry in Slovakia in Times of Crisis: Do They Help Workers or Protect Themselves?", by CELSI's Monika Martiskova and Monika Uhlerova (MBU) appears as CPS's Working Paper 6/2016.
NEWIN - Negotiating Wage (In)equality Final conference
We are pleased to invite you to the Final conference of the NEWIN – Negotiating Wage (In)equality project, which investigated social partners views on and responses to the issue of growing wage inequality in five EU-countries: Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Slovak Republic and the United Kingdom.
Central European Labour Studies Institute (CELSI) is a non-profit research institute based in Bratislava, Slovakia. It fosters multidisciplinary research about the functioning of labour markets and institutions, work and organizations, business and society, and ethnicity and migration in the economic, social, and political life of modern societies.
Kahancova and Martiskova published a new book chapter "Facing Austerity through Collective Action: Economic Crisis and Public Service Employment Relations".
CELSI's researchers Marta Kahancova and Monika Martiskova just published their chapter on Czechia and Slovakia: "Facing Austerity through Collective Action: Economic Crisis and Public Service Employment Relations" in a new book edited by Stephen Bach and Lorenzo Bordogna, "Public Service Management and Employment Relations in Europe".
CELSI's Research fellow Anna Baranowska-Rataj publishes new article "The Causal Effects of the Number of Children on Female Employment - Do European Institutional and Gender Conditions Matter?"
The open-access article, co-authored by Anna M. Matysiak, is published in Journal of Labour Research, September 2016, Volume 37, Issue 3.
Kahanec and Zimmerman publish new book "Labor Migration, EU Enlargement, and the Great Recession"
CELSI's Martin Kahanec and co-editor Klaus F. Zimmermann address some of the most controversial topics related to EU migration today in their latest volume Labor Migration, EU Enlargement, and the Great Recession.
New paper by CELSI research affiliate discusses foreign language demand in Eastern Europe
In a special CEPS report CELSI's affiliated researcher Brian Fabo, together with co-authors Miroslav Beblavy and Karolien Lenaerts explore the demand for foreign languages on labor markets of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through an analysis of unique dataset of job ads gathered from the leading job portals in each of the countries.
New Discussion Papers
How Immigration Grease Is Affected by Economic, Institutional and Policy Contexts: Evidence from EU Labor Markets
International Migration, Return Migration, and their Effects. A Comprehensive Review on the Romanian Case
The Economic Impact of East-West Migration on the European Union
Labour Force Participation Elasticities and Move Away from the Flat Tax: the Case of Slovakia
New Research Reports
The rise of the dual labour market: fighting precarious employment in the new member states through industrial relations (PRECARIR) Country report: Czechia
The rise of the dual labour market: fighting precarious employment in the new member states through industrial relations (PRECARIR) Country report: Slovakia
The rise of the dual labour market: fighting precarious employment in the new member states through industrial relations (PRECARIR) Country report: Lithuania