Roundtable: Main Gaps in Research Infrastructures in Central-Eastern Europe
March 8, 2019
On 7 – 8 March 2019 in Bratislava, more than 30 experts and advocates of research data in social sciences gathered to discuss the gaps in research infrastructures. The round table was organised by CELSI within the InGRID-2 project aiming to intergrade research infrastructures and making thus an evidence-based contribution to a European policy strategy of inclusive growth.
Specific databases and data harmonising initiatives throughout Europe have been introduced. Case studies from Poland, Hungary and Romania about the data available on specific topics and vulnerable groups, have been presented. The round table was also an excellent opportunity to discuss the role of administrative data and ways how to overcome the challenges in research infrastructures.
- Lenaerts: InGRID-2 infrastructures, current state-of-play and plans
- Cupak: Luxembourg Income/ Wealth Study Database- an overview
- Pawłowska: Gaps in data sets for working conditions in Poland
- Ferraresi: Competence centre on microeconomic evaluation- policy evaluation in practice
- Tyrowicz: Analysing and harmonising labour force data
- Pertold: Using administrative data from labour markets
- Roman: The quality of the international migration statistics in Romania
- Gábos: Gaps in data sets infrastructures for vulnerable groups in Hungary
- Askitas: IDSC and the Use of New Data