Short presentation of the transnational access within the InGRID project. The last call for visiting grants to transnational access in this project has been closed - decisions will be communicated by the end of September.
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Upcoming InGRID Events
Summer school @ AIAS: 'Migrant women on the labour market - identifying determinants and consequences of labour market inequalities considering the intersection between gender and ethnicity'
Expert workshop @ AIAS: 'Indicators for job quality, industrial relations, occupations, and new skills and tasks'
Winter school @ ISER: 'Using EUROMOD, winter school in cross-country microsimulation'
New book: Wage bargaining under the new European Economic Governance. Alternative strategies for inclusive growth
• In response to the problems posed by the financial and economic crisis, the European Union has since 2010 seen the emergence of a "new European economic governance" leading to a new European interventionism in the area of wage policy and collective bargaining play a major role.
The InGRID work package 23 on high-performance statistical quality management focuses on improvements in the development and accuracy of indicators. This first deliverable covers methods in several areas: multidimensional indicators, non-response and imputation, small area estimation, and measuring level and change.
This winter school took place from 20 until 22 January 2016 at CSB, University of Antwerp.
This issue covers some interesting topics: abstracts of seven working papers from the InGRID consortium; reports on six recent winter schools and expert workshops; new calls for upcoming InGRID events; data in the picture: EWCS2015 and LIS; community news.
Sixth InGRID newsletter Ninth call for visiting grants Call summer school ' Quality of working life and vulnerabilities' Call 'Using EUROMOD, summer school in cross country microsimulation'
9-13 May 2016, CEE, France Deadline for applications: 20 March 2016
‘Women on the labour market’ – identifying determinants and consequences of labor market inequalities considering the intersection between gender and ethnicity 12 - 16 September 2016 AIAS, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Deadline for applications: 17 April 2016