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Call 11 for InGRID: Summer school
Call 11 for InGRID: Summer school

CELSI is pleased to invite doctoral students or early-career researchers for InGRID: Summer school ‘Advanced research on integration of migrants and refugees’

Publikované dňa
23. apríl 2018
InGRID-2 seminar on inequality
InGRID-2 seminar on inequality

We are pleased to invite you to an informal seminar, where two of our visiting scholars (via InGRID project, 4 year project by the European H2020-programme) will present their research on inequality.

Publikované dňa
19. marec 2018
Third call for InGRID-2 visiting grants
Third call for InGRID-2 visiting grants

CELSI is pleased to invite researchers for a grant-supported visit within the InGRID-2 project.

A key activity of the InGRID-2 project, 4 year project by the European H2020-programme, is providing transnational access to research infrastructures with data and expertise within the fields of poverty and living conditions. Researchers are invited to apply for free-of-charge access to and support in one of the 16 research infrastructures. Next to access to statistical competence centers with expertise in social science statistical research, access will be granted to major surveys and tools such as LIS, IECM, ECHP, LWS, CNEF, SOEP, EUROMOD, IRISS, SPIN, CSB-MIPI, EWCS, ECS, ESENER, ICTWSS, WISCO, EU-LFS, EU micro data sets, … in research infrastructures with extensive experience in working with these data.

Publikované dňa
9. marec 2018
Tlačová správa: Vyhlásenie Stredoeurópskeho inštitútu pre výskum práce (CELSI) k bezprostrednému ohrozeniu akademických slobôd a Stredoeurópskej univerzity (CEU) v Budapešti

Vedenie Stredoeurópskeho inštitútu pre výskum práce (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.

Publikované dňa
31. marec 2017
CELSI Fellows Jan Drahokoupil and Brian Fabo published a policy brief dealing with the labour market effects of the online work platforms
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.

Publikované dňa
9. január 2017
New article co-authored by CELSI's Monika Martiskova has been published as CEU's Center for Policy Studies Working Paper
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.

Publikované dňa
22. december 2016
NEWIN - Negotiating Wage (In)equality Final conference
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.

Publikované dňa
18. november 2016
Martin Kahanec appointed Member of the Panel of Experts for the European Court of Auditors' EU Labour Mobility Audit
Martin Kahanec appointed Member of the Panel of Experts for the European Court of Auditors' EU Labour Mobility Audit

Martin Kahanec has been appointed Member of the Panel of Experts for the European Court of Auditors' EU Labour Mobility Audit and Member of the Working Group for Regional Development of the Plenipotentiary of the Government of the Slovak Republic for Support of Least Developed Regions.

Publikované dňa
17. november 2016
Martin Kahanec quoted in U.S. News & World Report on Migration and Labor
Martin Kahanec quoted in U.S. News & World Report on Migration and Labor

CELSI's Martin Kahanec quoted in US News and World Report article regarding how the wall erected by the Hungarian government on the border with Serbia affects labor markets.

Publikované dňa
28. september 2016
Martin Kahanec speaks at the Workshop on Global Labor Markets organized by the IMF, OCP Policy Center and Brunel University
Martin Kahanec speaks at the Workshop on Global Labor Markets organized by the IMF, OCP Policy Center and Brunel University

Kahanec delivered a speech on "Free movement of workers within the EU" at the conference in Paris, September 1-2, 2016.

Publikované dňa
6. september 2016