INVITATION! Jobs & Development Conference again in the in-person formula in Cape Town!

December 8 2022
The meeting of economists, policymakers and development experts will take place on December 14 & 15, 2022 in Cape Town and online!

The two-day Jobs & Development Conference hosted by the World Bank, IZA, Network on Jobs and Development and UNU-WIDERS attracted the attention of many researchers and policymakers, and over 60 scientific papers will be presented during the meeting. We will deal with issues related to, among others, jobs, youth unemployment, education, migration, climate change and gender differences in labour markets. Zuzanna Kowalik (IBS) will present a study on the gig economy, and Piotr Lewandowski (IBS) will talk about working from home.

After years of online meetings dictated by restrictions resulting from the pandemic, this year, the Conference will take place in the traditional formula in Cape Town, South Africa.

All speeches will be available to watch online. Links to individual sessions and the program are available here, as well as in the attachment.

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