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About CELSI

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.

New publications

EESDA Project Report: Stakeholders’ views on and experiences with the articulation of social dialogue and its effectiveness (Akgüç, M.; Martišková, M.; Szüdi, G. and Nordlund, C.)
EESDA Project Report: Stakeholders’ views on and experiences with the articulation of social dialogue and its effectiveness (Akgüç, M.; Martišková, M.; Szüdi, G. and Nordlund, C.)

CELSI researchers Monika Martišková and Gábor Szüdi, together with Mehtap Akgüç from CEPS (Centre for European Policy Studies) and Carl Nordlund recently published EESDA Project Report: "Stakeholders’ views on and experiences with the articulation of social dialogue and its effectiveness".

Marta Kahancová, Monika Martišková and Mária Sedláková recently published a new book chapter "Slovakia: Between coordination and fragmentation".
Marta Kahancová, Monika Martišková and Mária Sedláková recently published a new book chapter "Slovakia: Between coordination and fragmentation".

CELSI researchers Marta Kahancová, Monika Martišková and Mária Sedláková recently published a new book chapter "Slovakia: Between coordination and fragmentation" in the new book edited by Torsten Müller, Kurt Vandaele and Jeremy Waddington, "Collective bargaining in Europe: towards an endgame. Volume I, II, III and IV".

Marta Kahancová and Mária Sedláková published a new book chapter "Slovak Trade Unions at a Crossroads – From Bargaining to the Public Arena”
Marta Kahancová and Mária Sedláková published a new book chapter "Slovak Trade Unions at a Crossroads – From Bargaining to the Public Arena”

CELSI managing director Marta Kahancova and CELSI researcher Mária Sedláková recently published their chapter "Slovak Trade Unions at a Crossroads – From Bargaining to the Public Arena" in a new book edited by Rudolf Traub-Merz and Tim Pringle, "Trade unions in transition : From command to market economies".

New publication by Kahanec and Fabo: "Can a voluntary web survey be useful beyond explorative research? "
New publication by Kahanec and Fabo: "Can a voluntary web survey be useful beyond explorative research? "

Research article "Can a voluntary web survey be useful beyond explorative research? , published by Kahanec and Fabo in: International Journal of Social Research Methodology

More publications

New Discussion Papers

number 54

Employment Effects of Income Tax Reforms: Lessons from Slovakia

Nov. 7, 2019
Michal Horváth, Zuzana Siebertová
number 53

“Comparison is the thief of joy”. Does social comparison affect migrants’ subjective well-being?

Oct. 9, 2019
Manuela Stranges, Daniele Vignoli
number 52

A Fresh Look at the Health-Wealth Correlation: A Case Study of European Countries

Oct. 7, 2019
Shoshana Neuman, Teresa García-Muñoz
number 51

The Evaluation of Fiscal Consolidation Strategies

Oct. 4, 2018
Norbert Švarda, Jana Valachyová

New Research Reports

number 28

Industrial Relations and Social Dialogue in the Age of Collaborative Economy (IRSDACE), National Report: Slovakia

Dec. 28, 2018
Mária Sedláková,
number 27

Industrial Relations and Social Dialogue in the Age of Collaborative Economy (IRSDACE), National Report: Hungary

Dec. 9, 2018
Tibor T Meszmann,
number 26

Bargaining and Social Dialogue at the Public Sector (BARSOP), Country Study: Czechia

Oct. 1, 2018
Monika Martišková,
number 25

BARCOM REPORT 3: Bargaining Systems and Collective Bargaining Agreements in the Commerce Sector

June 27, 2018
Janna Besamusca, Marta Kahancová

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