Events

October 2015

  1. Research department seminar - Active labor market programs: new evidence from meta-analyses

    20 October 2015

    Presentation by Jochen Kluve, Humbolt University

  2. Research department seminar - Minimum wage in Germany: early evidence

    16 October 2015

    Presentation by Joachim Möller, Mario Bossler, Institute for Employment Research

  3. Research department seminar - Unemployment and Economic Growth

    8 October 2015

    Presentation by Jan Van Ours, Tilburg University

September 2015

  1. Older workers integration into labour market in Lithuania

    30 September 2015

  2. Banks Are Not Intermediaries of Loanable Funds – And Why This Matters

    25 September 2015

    Debate on the role of the banking sector in the creation of money and its importance for economic activity. Presentation by Michael Kumhof, Bank of England.

July 2015

  1. Research department seminar - The politics of African industrial policy

    3 July 2015

    Presentation by Lindsay Whitfield, Roskilde University

June 2015

  1. Research department seminar: Business Cycle Asymmetries and the Labour Market

    16 June 2015

    Presentation by Christian Merkl, University of Nuremberg

May 2015

  1. Training of tripartite constituents by Research Department

    21 - 29 May 2015

  2. Working for All? New Ideas and Innovative Strategies to Enhance Economic and Social Benefits in Trade Agreements

    14 May 2015

    George Washington University, Washington, DC – Thursday, 14 May 2015 - 9 am to 5 pm

April 2015

  1. The political economy of social protection in Africa: From global trends to policymaking in Ethiopia and Uganda

    1 April 2015

    Recent years have seen growing interest in social protection as a means of reducing poverty and promoting development among international organisations, donor agencies and many developing countries. Yet there is huge variation in the experiences of African countries, with some governments moving rapidly ahead to adopt and implement social protection programmes, while others have been unable to agree on policy priorities or, in some cases, have been actively resistant to the idea of social protection. This seminar will introduce an ongoing project at the Research Centre on Effective States and Inclusive Development (ESID) that is examining the interaction between transnational ideas and domestic political economy in the adoption and implementation of social assistance and health insurance programmes in five study countries: Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Zambia. The seminar will present the project, an overview of global trends in social protection ideas, and provisional results of studies analysing the development of the Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP) in Ethiopia and the Social Assistance Grants for Empowerment (SAGE) in Uganda.