The Paths2Include project has started!
In cooperation with partners from 8 countries, we will investigate how to support people discriminated against based on gender, ethnic origin, age, health, or sexual orientation.
The VI Jobs & Development Conference
Researchers from all over the world presented a wide range of the latest research on labour economics, mainly focusing on the challenge of creating better jobs in developing countries.
Joanna Mazurkiewicz at the 7th International Congress of Value Economics, Open Eyes Economy Summit
The particularly difficult situation of families in the face of the current crisis was the main issue raised in Joanna Mazurkiewicz's speech during the meeting in Krakow.
Project WeLaR launched on 8th of November 2022 at the Conference in Brussels
The WeLaR Project aims examine how megatrends affect labour markets and the welfare state.
UNTANGLED Midterm Conference
The Conference, titled “Labour market effects and social impact of technological transformation, globalisation and demographic change”, took place on 9 November in Brussels, attracting 16 papers and 45 participants.
IBS on just transition conference in Katowice
28-29 October 2022, Joanna Mazurkiewicz, Jakub Sokołowski and Jan Frankowski presented IBS research results at the conference „From the Grassroots to Policy and Back: Putting Just Transition to Practice” in Katowice.
EALE Conference at the University of Padua
The European Association of Labour Economists (EALE) Annual Conference has returned to the in-person format with an exciting conference in Padova on 8-10 September 2022. Piotr Lewandowski and Iga Magda represented the IBS.
Presentation of the first results of the TIPPING + project at the University of Exeter
The Conference „Tipping Points. From climate crisis to positive transformation” took place at the University of Exeter (12-14th September).
IBS researchers present their findings in the framework of UNTANGLED project at the TASKS VI Conference
Piotr Lewandowski and Maciej Albinowski presented the results of two studies at the “TASKS VI” conference hosted by the Institute for Employment Research (IAB) in Nuremberg
IBS at the Warsaw International Economic Meeting
Maciej Albinowski, Jan Gromadzki and Agata Rozszczypała presented the results of three studies at „Warsaw International Economic Meeting” conference (28-30.06.2022).
The “Youth Employment Policy” Conference –hope for new and better solutions for young people.
„It’s difficult but not impossible” is the slogan of the meeting where representatives of various backgrounds were wondering how to improve existing employment support programs.
The ‘Youth Employment policy’ conference 8th of June 2022 on-site in Brussels and online
Over 200 people from over 31 countries – scientists, policymakers and representatives of non-governmental organisations were discussing the most recent problems and trends related to the youth labour market.
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