The Institute for Structural Research is a member of the Network for Jobs and Development (NJD) initiative of the World Bank to pursue a multi-sectoral and multi-disciplinary approach to the global jobs agenda during the period 2013-16.
The aim of the project is to show the factors affecting the phenomenon of energy poverty in Poland and the identification of effective social policy instruments to counter this problem.
The aim of the project is to define various challenges Poland is facing with regard to the growing importance of new technologies in social and economic life.
The aim of the programme is to provide vocational support to people who are in a difficult situation, are exposed to marginalisation or social exclusion.
The aim of the project is to develop a novel forecasting method for main labour market variables for Poland.
The result of the project will be a multifaceted study of the sources of wage inequalities between women and men.
Project will evaluate employment initiatives targeting youth in Spain, Hungary, Italy and Poland. It is implemented by the IBS and 8 partners between 2018 and 2021, thanks to the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment.
The goal of the project is to provide new empirical results regarding the role of the income effect in making decisions about the labor supply. The introduction of a child benefit in Poland (Family 500+ program) makes it possible to identify the income effect due to the unique design of the program.
The aim of the project is to characterise and explain the decisive events, processes, major systems’ transformations and their effects on the transition of European CCIR toward clean energy; but also, to prevent the rise of undesirable outcomes like the rise of populism and anti-democratic attitudes.
The aim of the project is to review recent developments in public wage bill in Poland and to identify factors that may influence its changes in the future.
Our goal in UNTANGLED is to examine the impact of globalisation, technological transformations and demographic change on labour markets in the European Union, and to recommend policies that will contribute to shared prosperity.
The aim of the project is to estimate and map the workforce employed in the Polish coal mines as well as the workforce employed by their subcontractors, indirectly affected by the coal transition in three regions: Silesia, Greater Poland, and Lower Silesia.