Centre for European Policy Studies
The Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) is situated in the nexus between academia, business and the public sector and is an independent analyst of European policy since 1983. CEPS carries out its research via its own in-house research programmes and through collaborative research networks involving the active participation of other highly reputable institutes and specialists.
The main tasks CEPS will contribute to WP2 DISSEMINATION, WP 4 POLICY, WP5 MISMATCH SKILL, WP6 MISMATCH MOVE and WP10 FLEXI.
Previous relevant experience includes Coordinator of NEUJOBS – Creating and adapting jobs in Europe in the context of a socio-ecological transition since the spring of 2011, by the CEPS Macroeconomic Policy Unit. NEUJOBS is a major research project financed by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme. NEUJOBS objective is to analyse likely future developments in the European labour market(s), in view of four major transitions that will impact employment and European societies in general. See: www.neujobs.eu
Intellectual/ Academic Disciplines: Labour market policy, Economics of Education
Beblavy, M., Thum, A. & Veselkova, M. (2011). Education policy and welfare regimes in OECD countries: social stratification and equal opportunity in education. CEPS Working Documents, 06 December 2011, revise and resubmit Journal of European Social Policy.
Maselli, I. (Forthcoming). Too many or not enough skills? Intereconomics, February 2011.
Barslund, M. & Thum, A.E. (2012). Youth unemployment in Europe: mobilising, motivating and making use of the next generation. World Commerce Review, March 2012.
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