|10 December 2018
The Chair is offering a master seminar "Empirical causal analysis - methods and applications to public policies" in the coming summer term.
See here for further information.
|10 December 2018
The Independent Advisory Board to the Stability Council (Unabhängige Beirat des Stabilitätsrats) published its 10th Statement about the structural government budget deficit on December 6, 2018. See here for the press release (in German) and here for the Statement (in German and in English).
|7 November 2018
Tina Haußen has been awarded financial support by the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena to assist her in drawing up a research proposal on "Digitization and interregional mobility of highly qualified individuals" in order to obtain third-party funding.
|3 September 2018
Silke Uebelmesser has been appointed to the Advisory Board of the Stability Council by the Federal Minister of Finance and the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy. See here for a press release [pdf 682KB] (in German).
|7 January 2018
On January 1, a new project started: "WOM - Weltoffen miteinander arbeiten in Thüringen. Maßnahmen zur Steigerung der personalpolitischen Zukunftsfähigkeit Thüringer Unternehmen." (WOM Working together in Thuringia. Policies to improve the outlook of Thuringian companies.) This is a joint project with Prof. Sebastian Henn and Prof. Jürgen Bolten - funded for 3 years (01/201912/2021) by the Free State of Thuringia with means from the European Social Fund (ESF).
|7 June 2018
An article about the project "Language-Skill Investments and Migration Decisions" funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) has been published in the magazine "Lichtgedanken" of the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, please see here [pdf 3MB].
|14 May 2018
The article "Migration Policies and the Highly Skilled" by Alessandra Casarico and Silke Uebelmesser has been published in ifo DICE Report 2018/01.
|1 February 2018
On February 1, the project "Language-Skill Investments and Migration Decisions" started. This is a joint project with Prof. Panu Poutvaara, Ifo Institute Munich - funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) for a two-year period. See here for a press release (in German). For the preceding project "Language Learnings and Migration", please see here.