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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

Kahancova and Martiskova published a new book chapter "Facing Austerity through Collective Action: Economic Crisis and Public Service Employment Relations".
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"
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
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.

More publications

New Discussion Papers

číslo 45

How Immigration Grease Is Affected by Economic, Institutional and Policy Contexts: Evidence from EU Labor Markets

Oct. 11, 2017
Martin Guzi, Martin Kahanec
číslo 43

International Migration, Return Migration, and their Effects. A Comprehensive Review on the Romanian Case

Feb. 16, 2017
Remus Gabriel Anghel, Alina Botezat
číslo 42

The Economic Impact of East-West Migration on the European Union

Feb. 16, 2017
Martin Kahanec, Mariola Pytlikova
číslo 41

Labour Force Participation Elasticities and Move Away from the Flat Tax: the Case of Slovakia

Sept. 12, 2016
Matúš Senaj, Zuzana Siebertová

New Research Reports

číslo 20

The rise of the dual labour market: fighting precarious employment in the new member states through industrial relations (PRECARIR) Country report: Czechia

April 29, 2016
Monika Martišková, Mária Sedláková
číslo 19

The rise of the dual labour market: fighting precarious employment in the new member states through industrial relations (PRECARIR) Country report: Slovakia

April 28, 2016
Marta Kahancová,
číslo 18

The rise of the dual labour market: fighting precarious employment in the new member states through industrial relations (PRECARIR) Country report: Lithuania

April 28, 2016
Inga Blaziene, Boguslavas Gruzevskis
číslo 17

The rise of the dual labour market: fighting precarious employment in the new member states through industrial relations (PRECARIR) Country report: Greece

April 28, 2016
Chara Kokkinou, Aristea Koukiadaki

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