AIAS Lunch Seminar Series January - July 2014

Day: Thursday, every fortnight, starting 9 January
Time: 12.15 – 13.15 hrs.
Location: AIAS, 2nd floor, G building, Nieuwe Prinsengracht 130, Amsterdam
Enrol: Please send us an email. A sandwich will then be provided.

Abstracts of the presentations will be put online, one week in advance.

Click here if you want to be put on the mailing list for the lunch seminars. You will then receive a (reminder) email about one week before the lunch seminar with all the information and the abstract.
We hope to see you at one of our lunch seminars!

9 January

Wiemer Salverda (AIAS)
Labour-market institutions and dispersion of wages

16 January

Paul de Beer (AIAS)
The End of the Open Society: from Kuznets Curve to Young Curve

6 February

Jonas Mansson (Linneaus University Sweden)
Principal agent problems and output definition dependency of impact evaluations – an illustration using the work practice scheme in Sweden

13 February 2013

Danilo Marinho (AIAS guest)
The challenge of combining active and passive labour market policies in a developing country: the experience of the Brazilian Unemployment Program

13 March 2014

Nick Deschacht (AIAS guest)
Working hours and women’s careers: decomposing the gender promotion gap

03 April 2014

Paul de Beer (AIAS)
What is a Social Europe? And do we want it?

17 April 2014

Lisa Berntsen & Ines Wagner (WSI)
The Europeanisation of national labour markets: transnational agency, temporary and posted work in Germany and the Netherlands

22 May

Stella Mia Sieling-Monas (FORSA, Aalborg University)
Sickness Benefits in Denmark

12 June 2014

Prof. Dr. Ronald Beltzer (UvA-FdR)
Critical View of the Labour Law Reform in the Netherlands – the New Wet Werk en Zekerheid

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