The aim of the conference is to deepen the understanding of how technological and demographic changes interact with policy choices in shaping these new dimensions of inequalities and their consequences for social cohesion and political outcomes. It will also be an opportunity to present and discuss novel policy responses to these emerging challenges. The conference will have an international focus and will facilitate the exchange of ideas between researchers and policy-makers from around the world.
Marc Fleurbaey (Princeton University) will give the keynote talk about “Welfare policy and beyond”.
Registration (open until January 11) → 2019jobsconference.konfeo.com.
Agenda and details → conference site.