Collegio Carlo Alberto and Budapest Institute are looking for interns with an interest in youth unemployment.
Presentation of the Hungarian results at the online conference.
Judit Krekó from Budapest Institute for Policy Analysis (BI) gave a presentation at the online "Conference of the Czech Evaluation Society (ČES) 2021 - Approach to people and data".
Carlotta Varriale, a PhD student at Bocconi University, was on her research visit in May as a part of the YEpartnerSHIP project.
The results of the studies aiming to evaluate youth employment policies in Spain, Italy, Hungary and Poland are available now.
Pietro de Ponti, a PhD student at the University of Milan-Bicocca, is on his research visit at the IBS as a part of the YEpartnerSHIP project.
Young Italian workers - and women in particular- risk to be hit hard by measures adopted to combat COVID-19 epidemic.
Collegio Carlo Alberto Foundation, partner of the Youth Employment PartnerSHIP project, held the Workshop on Labour Market Dynamics on February 13th and 14th 2020 in Turin.
IGOs can learn a lot from this year’s Nobel Prize winners in economics. IBS led a workshop for assistance organisations to teach how to use experimental methods to ensure their programmes succeed.
We are looking for a young researcher to work on the topic of youth employment and labour market policies evaluation using administrative data. The call is addressed to PhD students from the project’s beneficiary countries: Spain, Italy, Hungary.
Increased use of data gathered by public administration bodies is helping experts and decisionmakers design more effective social and economic policies, researchers and representatives of Polish government ministries said during a seminar organised by the Institute for Structural Research (IBS).