Martin Kahanec speaks about ethnic diversity in Europe at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

On October 13-14, 2011 Martin Kahanec delivered an invited speech “Ethnic Diversity in European Labor Markets” at the workshop “Economy and Society Development in China and the World” co-organized by the Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), Minzu University of China, and Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) in Beijing.

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Oct. 14, 2011
Martin Kahanec coordinates a Europe 2020 workshop on poverty

On October 10, 2011 a workshop on poverty organised by the Slovak Governance Institute took place in Bratislava. This workshop is a part of Európa 2020 series, funded by the European Commission Representation in Slovakia.

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Oct. 11, 2011
Marta Kahancova delivers a speech at the annual conference of the Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftliches Institut (WSI)

The theme of the two-day conference (27.-28.9.2011) is the Stabilisation of the Extension System of Collective Agreements in Germany. Invited experts from several European countries summarize the national practice of extension mechanisms, thereby contributing with a variety of experiences to the German debate between researchers, policy makers, and social partners.

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Sept. 28, 2011
Marta Kahancová delivers an invited speech at the conference in honour of Jelle Visser
Marta Kahancová delivers an invited speech at the conference in honour of Jelle Visser

On September 23, 2011, AIAS organized a conference in honour of Prof. Jelle Visser, scientific director of AIAS, on the occassion of his retirement. Marta Kahancová's speech focused on the role of trade unions in Central and Eastern European countries after the EU enlargement and the economic crisis.

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Sept. 23, 2011
Martin Kahanec to lead a consortium advising the European Commission on migration policy

With Martin Kahanec as a consortium co-leader, <a href="">Central European University</a>, <a href=""> Institute for the Study of Labor </a>, Bonn, <a href=""> CASE </a>, Warsaw, and <a href=""> London School of Economics </a> are to advise the European Commission on the costs and benefits of, and the available policy options for, labor mobility between the EU and the Eastern Partnership Partner Countries.

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Sept. 12, 2011
2011 CELSI Summer Meeting took place in Bratislava

CELSI in-house team met at an informal meeting in the Bratislava office on August 13 to discuss all current CELSI activities and projects, CELSI future plans, but also enjoy CELSI team spirit on a nice summer day.

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Aug. 14, 2011
Martin Kahanec delivers a keynote speech at CEU conference

At the conference "Challenges for Labor Market Integration in Hungary: Opportunities and Limits for third country nationals" co-organized by the Central European University, British Embassy, British Council, Panta Rei, and the Foundation of Subjective Values on June 27, 2011, Martin Kahanec delivers a keynote speech on “The European Dimension to the situation of immigrants and the labour market”

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July 16, 2011
CELSI joins BARSORI project funded by the European Commission

CELSI takes part in the new project named Bargaining for social rights: reducing precariousness and labour market segmentation through collective bargaining and social dialogue. The project will study experiences in these EU countries: Denmark, Italy, the Netherlands, Slovakia, Spain and the UK.

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July 15, 2011
Martin Kahanec convenes a workshop at CEU Budapest

01.-02.07.2011: 4th IZA Workshop on EU Enlargement and the Labor Markets: Migration, Crisis, and Adjustment in an Enlarged E(M)U

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July 1, 2011
Martin Kahanec delivers a keynote speech at EPPC 2011 conference
Martin Kahanec delivers a keynote speech at EPPC 2011 conference

18.-19. April 2001 - Migration in Europe: Challenges and Opportunities, European Public Policy Conference 2011

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April 18, 2011

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