Kulturfabrik, café Ratelach, Esch-sur-Alzette | 19 Jun 18

Monoparentalité = précarité

Venez débattre dans le cadre des cafés-débat « Science & Société » !

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29 May 18

Inequality, Human Capital and Marital Patterns

by Prof. Pierre-André Chiappori (Columbia University)
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Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER) | 14 - 15 Jun 18

Workshop on "Introduction to R and Statistical Learning"

A two-day course of demonstration and practical will comprise both lectures and practical sessions
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Maison des Sciences Humaines (MSH), Belval/Esch-sur-Alzette | 06 - 07 Jun 18

CHILDCARE closing workshop: Optimal policies in the market for childcare: theory and empirical evidence

Workshop organized by CREA-University of Luxembourg and LISER and supported by the National Research Fund, Luxembourg (contract FNR/C14/SC/8337045)
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Recent adoption of child deprivation indicators at EU level

Crucial step to better understand child-specific material and social living conditions, which may differ from those of their parents.
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Lancement d’une enquête sur « l'organisation du travail et les heures d'ouverture dans le commerce de détail »

Cette enquête est menée par le Ministère de l'Economie et le LISER auprès de l'ensemble des entreprises du commerce de détail au Luxembourg.
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Publications | 22 May 18
Globalizing labor and the world economy: the role of human capital.
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News | 14 May 18
LISER Researcher named co-editor-in-chief of the Journal of Borderlands Studies
The leading international journal is dedicated exclusively to the systematic interchange of ideas and information relating to international border areas.
Publications | 04 May 18
Macroprudential policy and household wealth inequality.
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Publications | 24 Apr 18
A massive geographically weighted regression model of walking-environment relationships.
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News | 11 May 18
Le Catalogue de bases de données du LISER en accès libre
Un atout pour la communauté scientifique et professionnelle.
News | 02 May 18
Worldwide evidence of the link between inequalities in education and cognitive functioning of older adults
Inequality in old age cognition can be largely explained by educational inequalities experienced in the past.
Publications | 24 Apr 18
Place-making and the bordering of urban space: Interpreting the emergence of new neighbourhoods in Berlin and Budapest.
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