Upcoming events outside RECWOWE
Workshop on 'The socialisation of the European Research in th perspective of the knowledge society. Interpretations and policies with the contribution of social sciences.'
In Brussels, on June 26th 2009, from 9AM ro 1h30PM, a workshop will be hosted by the European Economic and Social Committee. It represents the final step of the project "Social sciences and European Research Capacities " (SS-ERC) carried out in the last three years by a consortium of six European social research institutes, coordinated by the University of Rome Tor Vergata, under the Sixth Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development. This workshop is entitled:
"The Socialisation of the European research in the perspective of the Knowledge Society. Interpretations and policies with the contribution of social sciences"
Call for Papers from the Revue Française de Socio-Economie: "Quantify"
Call for Papers focus on "Quantify" from the Revue Française de Socio-Economie
Deadline: June, 30th 2009
For more information (in french):
7th Annual Conference of ESPAnet 2009: "The Futur of the Welfare State"
The 7th Annual Conference of ESPAnet will take place on
September, 17th -19th 2009, Urbino, Italy
"THE FUTURE OF THE WELFARE STATE"
Paths of social policy innovation between constraints and opportunities
Call for Papers: Important dates
15th March 2009 - deadline for abstract submission
27th April 2009 - Notification of selected abstracts
2nd May 2009 - registrations open
31st May - Early bird registration and deadline for (some) hotel options
15th August - deadline for paper submission
1st September - papers online
17th - 19th September 2009 - Conference
Summer School: "The Domestic Europeanization of Labour Market and Employment Policies: Effects, Mechanisms and Actors in the process of institutional change"
1st JM-CETRO Summer School - Call for papers
August, 24th - 30th 2009, Oldenburg, Germany
The Domestic Europeanization of Labour Market and Employment Policies: Effects, Mechanisms and Actors in the process of institutional change
The JM-CETRO summer school aims at bringing together advanced doctoral students in economics, law and social sciences who are in the final phase of their PhD or have completed most recently.
Abstracts (not exceeding 500 words) should be sent before April, 15th 2009 to:
Sascha Zirra, email@example.com
For more information, please see http://www.cetro.uni-oldenburg.de/en/
30th Annual Conference of the IWPLMS: "Social Policy as Productive Factor"
The 30th Annual conference of the International Working Party on Labour Market Segmentation will be organized by the LabourNet and University of Tampere
Focus on "Social Policy as a Productive Factor"
September, 3th - 5th 2009, Tampere, Finland
There are five main streams:
1. Reinventing the theoretical and political status of labour market
2. The changing role of social policies as carriers of equity and efficiency
3. Emerging systems of work and welfare
4. Employee voice, trade unions, works councils and social movements
5. Economic risks, risk management and employment protection
This conference is expected to attract a diverse group of participants (researchers, teachers, officials, leaders etc) from around the globe in order to broaden the knowledge of issues and perspectives and share ideas.
For any further information (programme, call for papers, registration…) please click on the following link :
International Conference in Ljubljana
“Development of Competencies in the World of Work and Education”
September 24-25, 2009
Organising by University of Ljubljana in cooperation with the leading European consortia in the field of Employability of HE Graduates (CHEERS and REFLEX) and in collaboration with experts from the OECD.
: Samo Pavlin and Mr. Adam Judge
Summer School in "Methods and Techniques" - ECPR
4th ECPR (European Consortium for Political Research) Summer School in "Methods and Techniques"
29th July – 15th August 2009 - Ljubljana, Slovenia
For more information, please visit the ECPR website.
The conference is open to the general public but the main target group of the conference are skateholders that have been involved in Social Polis. For futher information on application, selection and participation please see the call for applications.