Pension Reforms in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe: From Post-Socialist Transition to the Global Financial Crisis
Happy to announce that one of our former fellows has published his research! Congrats!
I am very glad to announce that my book Pension Reforms in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe: From Post-Socialist Transition to the Global Financial Crisis has been just published by Routledge. The official website is: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415688987
Please find attached a 20% discount flyer, if you or the institution where you are affiliated would be interested in buying a copy. Please feel free to circulate this email to any colleague that may be interested and do not hesitate to contact me for any questions.
Kindest regards and best wishes
Collegio Carlo Alberto
Moncalieri – Turin
The IWM offers a place for research and scholarly debate across borders and disciplines. Its various fellowship programs are thus a fundamental part of the Institute’s work. Each year approximately fifty Visiting Fellows, Junior Visiting Fellows and Guests – mainly from Eastern and Western Europe as well as from North America – are awarded fellowships to pursue their individual research projects while working in residence at the IWM as members of an international and multidisciplinary academic community. The IWM strives to provide conditions that allow the fellows to make significant progress in their research and to profit from the intellectual stimulation of the Institute’s seminars, lectures and other events. Since its inception in 1982, the IWM has hosted nearly 1000 scholars, journalists and translators.
We are very happy to announce we received 140 applications that are going to be reviewed by our peer reviewers team in the next weeks. Thank you to all of you who helped us disseminate the call! 🙂
Good news: the time line for applications has been extended!New deadline15 June!
The topic of the ERSTE Foundation Fellowship for Social Research 2013 is “Labour markets and employment in Central and Eastern Europe” and focuses on exploring the changes that occurred in CEE labour markets since 1990, comparing developments in the CEE region with other regions of Europe, and developing strategies leading to higher labour force participation and economic inclusion of so far marginalised groups of people.
The selection of the 2013 fellows will take place in Vienna, in September, where the short-listed fellows are invited to present their research proposals. (date and location to be confirmed)