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Bibliographic information and links to open access publications produced by the InGRID project are published on this page.

The information will be added here as soon as a publication is available.


Joint research activities are organised with the aim to integrate, harmonise and optimise existing tools and methods within the different research domains and to create new tools to fill existing data gaps. Newsflashes, Newsletters, working papers, publications and results of these joint research activities will be published here.



Eight InGRID Newsletters presented key findings from the project.

The project leaflet contains a presentation of the project, its consortium and its activities.


Project reports

Work package 2: Research infrastructure strategic forum


Work package 20: Innovative tools and protocols for poverty & living conditions


Work package 21: Innovative tools and protocols for working conditions & vulnerability research


Work package 22: Innovative solutions for comparative policy indicators and analysis


Work package 23: High-performance statistical quality management

  • Articus C., Berger Y.G., Betti G., Burgard J.P., Byrne A., Chandola T., D'Agostino A., Gagliardi F., Giusti C., Goldstein H., Lenau S., Marchetti S., Münnich R., Potsi A., Pratesi M., Shlomo N., Verma V. & Tzavidis N. (2017), Deliverable 23.2: Future needs in statistics, Leuven, FP7 InGRID project.

  • Berger Y.G., Burgard J.P., Byrne A., Cernat A., Giusti C., Koksel P., Lenau S., Marchetti S., Merkle H., Münnich R., Permanyer I., Pratesi M., Salvati N., Shlomo N., Smith D. & Tzavidis N. (2016), Deliverable 23.1: Case studies, Leuven, FP7 InGRID project.


Project working papers

All abstracts working papers

Work package 20: Innovative tools and protocols for poverty & living conditions

Work package 21: Innovative tools and protocols for working conditions & vulnerability research


IPOLIS database

IPOLIS is a comprehensive, multidimensional, cross-country and over-time comparative adatabase on the quality of life of vulnerable groups in European societies.

Quality of life is multidimensional concept. It involves material well-being, labour market participation, education and skills, health and risk behaviour, social connectedness and environmental quality.

While data and indicators in this field are easily available, IPOLIS provides at the same time an integrated, multidimensional frame for analyses and interpretation, a selection of most relevant measures and a visulization tool to explore the database in a flexible, user-oriented way.

IPOLIS relies both on data from the European Statistical System and other surveys, databases.


The database and visualisations can be consulted on the website:



Regular Newsflashes on the project will update you on the progress of the project.

  • Last modified 20-09-2017