The aim of the project is to assess employment prospects for workers leaving the mining sector in the Silesia region. The study will be based on the case of Silesia as it is the most coal intensive region in Poland (both in terms of production and consumption) with the highest employment in coal mining, reaching currently around 84,000 people.
The aim of the project is to prepare a socio-economic and technological transition strategy for Konińskie subregion.
During the project IBS together with partner organisations from Australia, China, France, Germany, Great Britain, India and South Africa will develop transition pathways and policy packages for coal sector transformation.
The objective of the project is to understand the risks, uncertainties and co-effects related to different climate change mitigation pathways as well as public acceptance (or lack thereof) of low-carbon technology options.
The objective is to analyze the determinants of wage disparities between men and women in different age groups and from the firm-level perspective.
The aim of the project was to share experience in using administrative data in CEE countries and to promote the wider use of such data.
Organisation of public policy seminars on the labour market, social policy and the impact of the energy market changes on society, and the international conference "IBS Jobs Conference 2017".
The objective of the project is to investigate the potential effects of the government programme "Family 500+" on the labour market.
The project aimed at assessing the importance of cultural and creative sectors in Polish economy by calculating the value added and employment in both sectors.
In the analyses conducted within the Project we will assess the demand i.a. for labour and skills resulting from thermal insulation programs.
The aim of the project was to assess the benefits of investment in physical activity in relation to the costs.