Project MODVid: Modeling the macroeconomic and distributional effects of Covid-19 and restarting scenarios

Developing analytical tools to nowcast and forecast the macroeconomic, distributional, and epidemiological effects of the crisis and related public health vs. economic policy responses in Luxembourg
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Access to essential services for people on low incomes in Europe

Synthesis Report produced by the European Social Policy Network (ESPN)
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CALL FOR PAPERS: 10th Annual International Conference on IMMIGRATION IN OECD COUNTRIES

A selection of papers from the conference will be considered for publication in a special issue of the Review of International Economics.
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Which lockdown policies mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in the world, and why?

New LISER Article: ‘Lockdown strategies, mobility patterns and COVID-19’
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LISER develops a new research model linking public health and economic effects of the COVID-19 crisis in Luxembourg

New Policy Brief: ‘Recovering from the Covid-19 crisis. Insights from an Epidemionomic Approach’
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Reprise de l’’enquête “SHARE” par téléphone avec un questionnaire spécial COVID-19

Le questionnaire SHARE a été modifié pour y intégrer des questions portant sur la santé, la situation économique et les relations sociales pendant la pandémie.
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Six LISER projects retained for funding in FNR COVID-19 Fast Track Call

These short-term research projects will address socio-economic aspects associated with the pandemic
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Call For Papers: Special Issue of the Journal of Economic Inequality: "COVID-19: A Great Equalizer? Pandemics and Economic Inequality”

Submissions accepted from June 1 to December 15, 2020
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News | 21 Oct 20
A new director for LISER's Labour Market Department
Newly hired Dr. Christina Gathmann ranks among the top 2% of all female economists worldwide and is among the top 4% of all economists in Europe.
Publications | 16 Oct 20
Laetitia Hauret, Ludivine Martin, Nessrine Omrani, (et al.)
News | 23 Sep 20
De plus en plus de travailleurs résidents estiment être sous-compétents dans leur travail
Le LISER publie un Policy Brief sur l’inadéquation des compétences au travail au Luxembourg
News | 22 Sep 20
Porter la lumière sur un secteur d’activité souvent invisible, celui du nettoyage
Présentation des résultats d’une étude sur le secteur du nettoyage au Luxembourg