LISER, Esch-Belval, Luxembourg | 10 Dec 19

Research Seminars Series

Regions as (more or less bounded) processes: Discussing sub- and supranational (re)regionalization in Northern Europe

with Kaj Zimmerbauer (University of Oulu)
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Le LISER a fêté l’anniversaire de ses 30 ans

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European Investment Bank (EIB), Luxembourg | 18 Dec 19

Inequality and Child Human Capital

with Prof. Janet Currie (Princeton University)
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18 Dec 19

Global welfare gains from labor mobility

with Klaus Desmet (Dedman College at SMU Dallas)
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Lancement d’une enquête mobilité

Dans le cadre du projet Interreg MMUST, l’Allemagne, la Belgique, la France et le Luxembourg s’unissent pour améliorer les déplacements des habitants de la Grande Région.
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Call 26: Winter school ‘Causal mediation analysis and machine learning'

This winter school is part of the ’poverty and living conditions pillar’ of InGRID-2
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Publications | 06 Dec 19
The craft of weakening the prospects for human fulfilment and wellbeing.
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News | 30 Nov 19
Launch of an International e-Survey on the Practice and Use of Microsimulation Models
The 15-minute questionnaire aims to better understand the interests of practitioners or users of microsimulation
Publications | 02 Dec 19
Do potential migrants internalise migrant rights in OECD host societies?
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Publications | 25 Nov 19
Impact of childhood experiences on public transport travel behaviour.
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News | 28 Nov 19
Call for Applications: 15th Winter School on Inequality and Social Welfare Theory
LISER is contributing to the organisation of the school which aims to provide junior and senior researchers the opportunity to exchange on different dimensions of taxation, redistribution and migration
News | 26 Nov 19
Video: Tito Boeri & Jan van Ours discuss labour market economics
The renowned senior researchers share insights and offer advice to emerging scholars
Publications | 25 Nov 19
Gender differences in cognitive abilities among the elderly poor of Peru.
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