The fellows and their research projects

What makes young people the marginalized labour market group? Evidence from Poland

Anna Baranowska and Iga Magda (Poland)

Barriers to inclusion of IT entrepreneurs-leaders into the formal sector of employment in Ukraine

Svitlana Buko (Ukraine)

Manufacturing on the Move: Employment Implications of Multinational Enterprise Restructurings in Central and Eastern Europe

Timea Pal (Hungary)


The impact of public sector employment on local labour markets in CEE countries: Evidence from Croatia, Hungary and Serbia

Jelena Laušev (Serbia)

Expectations against exclusion: Young educated Roma and labour markets in Serbia, Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina

Tatjana Perić (Bosnia & Herzegovina)

A ‘Road to Work’? – Public work and (un)employment in the Hungarian countryside

Alexandra Szőke (Hungary)


Public Policies and Female Labour Supply in the EU: Microeconomic Approach

Klara Kališkova (Czech Republic)

Rom Slavi, Rom Rumeni, Rom Ungheresi, Rom Bulgari. Four Case Studies of Roma from CEE Countries in Campania

Kitti Baracsi (Hungary)

Roma migrations and socio-economic mobilities of labour markets in Central Eastern Europe

Jan Grill (Czech Republic)


School-based vocational or work-based apprentice training? An assessment of the Hungarian vocational training system

Daniel Horn (Hungary)

The car that’s going downhill: Illegal work and its impact on economic development in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Elma Demir (Bosnia & Herzegovina)

The socio-economic characteristics of female labour market participation in two Central and Eastern European countries. The role of part-time work in improving women’s access to paid work

Réka Geambaşu (Romania)


Lucky to live in the capital city? A space and relational approach to women’s social exclusion in Bucharest

Alice Iancu (Romania)

Addressing rising inactivity of older people in Serbia

Jelena Žarković Rakić and Marko Vladisavljevic (Serbia)

Inequality in Working Conditions: Ukrainian Experience

Olena Nizalova (Ukraine)


Costs and benefits of labour migration on migrants’ professional trajectories and their households’ well-being: Comparative case study of Ukrainian labour migration to Italy and Ireland

Olena Fedyuk (Ukraine)

Opening the black-box of labour market for women in Macedonia

Viktorija Atanasovska and Tijana Angljekovska (Macedonia)

Career flexibility between labour market precariousness and personal choice: The case of middle managers in Romania

Anca Simionca (Romania)


Ukrainian labour migrants in Poland: Part of society or unwanted visitors

Oleksii Polegkyi (Ukraine)

Does greater prevalence of high strain working conditions lead to greater rates of early retirement in Central and Eastern Europe?

Lucie Kalousova (Czech Republic)

The effects of separate schooling on employment possibilities of youth of Serbian national minority in Vukovar-Sirmium County in Croatia

Asja Korbar (Croatia)


Exploring education and labour policy mismatch and its influence on unemployment rate in Western Balkan countries

Nina Brankovic (Bosnia & Herzegovina)

Internationalisation and Human Resource Strategies of Austrian companies in South-Eastern Europe

Almina Besic (Bosnia & Herzegovina)

Child minders in Bucharest: A shadowed category between law, employment and social norms

Anca Dohotariu and Ioana Baluta (Romania)


Competitiveness of women victims of domestic violence on labour markets – Problems and perspectives

Katarina Jirsa (Serbia) 

Imagining the Economy and the Labour Market as an Unemployed

Norbert Petrovici (Romania)