The aim of the project was to provide analytical support and recommendations helpful in preparation of the Territorial Just Transition Plan as well as other strategic documents supporting low-carbon development pathway in the Upper Silesia Region.
In this project we cooperate with the HKUST Institute for Emerging Market Studies and the United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research to create new econometric models to predict task content of occupations in a large number of countries.
This project, conducted between August 2019 and January 2020, will consist of updating the model of the Chilean economy and using it to assess the new set of mitigation policies the government aims to implement until 2030 - in order to meet the emission target set in the Nationally Determined Contributions.
The goal of the project is to compare the Polish housing market with other EU countries and to analyse the impact of the inadequate housing resources on the spatial mobility on the labour market.
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.
We undertake a comprehensive analysis of factors affecting the amount of time allocated by parents or other family members to educational activities with children in Poland.
The aim of the project is to analyse the process of switching between the authorised and unauthorised sources of cultural goods.
The main objective of this research project is to better understand the impact of climate policies, in particular environmental taxes, on unemployment and wages.
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.
Whether and how to encourage saving for retirement? Tax relief? Or subsidies to voluntary savings? Which of the solutions can actually increase the well-being?
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.