SEMILUX Seminars


The University, LIS Datacenter and LISER invite you for a remote session of the monthly
seminar on social inequality and public policies, which will be organised ONLINE due to the current
situation of COVID-19.
This seminar aims to integrate the spread-out potential for research on social inequalities that exists in Luxembourg.

Professional researchers, PhD students and policy analysts interested in social science research are particularly welcome to attend the seminar, participate in the discussions and present their research. Please contact



June 14, 15h30 to 17h00 

Dr. Christina Gathmann, Director of the Labour Market Department, LISER, University of Luxembourg, IZA and CEPR ": In Sickness and in Health: Job Displacement and Health Spillovers in Couples"


Past seminars (in reverse chronological order since 2013)*

17 May 17 2023: Prof. James Foster, Professor of International Affairs and Professor of Economics, George Washington University 

"Analysing intergenerational mobility with oriented measures and mobility curves”

10 May 2023: Prof. Alexandra Killewald, Professor of Sociology, Harvard University “For Richer: Marriage and Wealth”

03 May 2023: Prof. Fabian Pfeffer, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Michigan “The Demography of Rising Wealth Inequality”

15 March 2023:  Prof. Dr. Skerdilajda Zanaj , University of Luxembourg Full Professor : Diversity on the screen

18 January 2023, 15h30-17h00: Josip Glaurdic (University Luxembourg) & Christophe Lesschave (University of Antwerp)- Health Versus Wealth During the Covid-19 Pandemic: Saving Lives or Saving the Economy?

07 December 2022, 15h00-16h30: Zac Parolin (University Biccoca Milano , Columbia University NYC) - Work, Poverty and Inequalities

23 November 2022, 15h30-17h00: Antoine Paccoud (LISER) - Housing as an apparatus of capture: landowners, developers and property investors in Luxembourg

19 October 2022, 15h30-17h00: Valerie Moran (LIS) - Investigating unmet need for healthcare in Luxembourg using the european Interview Survey

05 October 2022, 15h30-17h00: Serge Allegrezza - (STATEC): Inflation, inequalities and the challenge to evidence based policies

28 September 2022, 15h30-17h00: Susanne Backes & Thomas Lenz - LUCET : Different facets of educational inequality in Luxembourg – Findings and Perspectives from the National Educational Report 

15 June 2022, 15h30-17h00: Professor David Brady - University of California, Riverside - School of Public Policy: The Role of Single Motherhood in America's High Child Poverty - MSH 1st floor, Room LISER

18 May 2022, 15h30-17h00 : Robin Samuel - Roger Fernandez Urbano: Subjective Well-Being and Mental Health Among the Youth During the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Role of Perceived Conditions and Social Background 

27 April 2022, 15h30-17h00: Giorgia Menta (Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research) "Income and poverty during the pandemic in five European countries"

16 March 2022 15h30-17h00: Philippe Van Kerm, University of Luxembourg/ LISER "The social gradient of COVID-19 in Luxembourg"

23 February 2022 : Ethan Fosse, University of Toronto - Whither the Progressive Revolution? Trends in Attitudes toward Women in the United States, 1972-2021

19 January 2022, 15.30-17.00 -Speaker: Sophie Moullin, Princeton University

Talk title: ‘The Single Motherhood Penalty as a Gender Penalty’

{a presentation based on the paper : 

by Sophie Moullin, Susan Harkness soon in the American Journal of Sociology} 


15 December 2021, 15.30-17.00 [CET] - Carolina Zuccotti, University Carlos III Madrid

"Migrant integration in comparative perspective"


17 November 2021, 15.30-17.00 [CET] - Jason Beckfield, Harvard University, Department of Sociology

"Social Policy and Social Inequalities in Transitioning to Decarbonized Energy Systems"


13 October 2021, 15.30-17.00 [CET] - Cristina Iannelli, University of Edinburgh

"Social inequalities in higher education and beyond: new evidence from sibling data"


29 September 2021, 15.30-17.00 [CET]

  • Mike Savage, London School of Economics (International Inequalities Institute): "The Return of Inequality"

16 June 2021, 15.30-17.00 [CET]

  • Frédéric Docquier, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER): "Climate change, global inequality and migration"

26 May 2021, 15.30-17.00 [CET]

  •  Andreas Hadjar, University of Luxembourg: "How welfare-state regime shapes the gap in subjective wellbeing between people with and without disability"

14 April 2021, 15.30-17.00 [CET]

  • Herman van de Werfhorst, University of Amsterdam: "Early selection and social inequality of educational outcomes: reforms and mechanisms"   

17 March  2021, Time 15.30-17.00 [CET]    

  • Lindsay Flynn, University of Luxembourg : "Housing: The Underappreciated Policy Tool for Generational Equity"

17 February 2021, 15.30-17.00 [CET]                      

  • Gina Potarca, University of Geneva, "Does Online Dating Challenge Gendered Marital Practices?"

13 January 2021, 15.30-17.00 [CET]                     

  • Lucas Chancel, World Inequality Lab; Sciences Po "Global inequalities and wid project"

11 November 2020, 15.30-17.00 [CET]

  • Patrick Präg, ENSAE Paris "Intergenerational transmission of advantage: from children to parents"                                         

16 December 2020, 15.30-17.00 [CET]

  • Patricia McMullin, University of Turku "Left Behind? The impact of geographical mobility on  children's educational attainment in Finland and Germany"

14 October, 2020    Time: 15.30-17.00 (CET)

  • Liat Raz-Yurovich, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem "Outsourcing Housework and Highly Skilled Women’s Labour Force Participation. An Analysis of a Policy Intervention"

16 September, 2020    Time: 15.30-17.00 (CET)

  • Elvire Guillaud, University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne "Consumption taxes and income inequality. An international perspective with microsimulation"

1 July 2020

  • Daniel Oesch, University of Lausanne - A decline in the social status of the working class? Conflicting evidence for 8 Western countries, 1987-2017”

10 June 2020 

  • Emily Murphy, University of Luxembourg – Gender (dis)connects in firm gains among the vocationally qualified in Australia and Switzerland
  • Mathias Moser, University of Vienna – The Regional Mobility of Labor: Income Effects after Mass Layoffs

6 May 2020

  • Michel Beine, University of Luxembourg, Shaking things up: On the stability of risk and time preferences

 15 April 2020

  • Nika (Dominika) Seblova, Columbia University Medical Center, Causal effects of education on cognition and dementia: quasi- & natural experimental approach
  • Anthony Lepinteur, University of Luxembour, A natural experiment on job insecurity and fertility in France  

18 March 2020

  • Anja Leist, Univerity of Luxembourg, Inequalities at time of schooling and cognitive ageing in Europe
  • Alessio Fusco, LISER, Social assistance and youth employment

12 February 2020

  • Petra Sauer, LISER, Do Migrants Have Access to Decent Work
  • Maximilian Schiele, University of Luxembourg, Gender and Asylum in Europe: Gendered Self-Selection and the Gap in Asylum Acceptance Rates between Men and Women

 22 January 2020

Johanna Rickne from SOFI and Olle Folke from Uppsala University will discuss the following paper:

Sexual Harassment and Gender Inequality in the Labor Market will be discussed by 2 co-authors

11 December 2019

  • Javier Olivera, LISER – Ageing unequally in Europe
  • Louis Chauvel, University of Luxembourg - Structures of inequality and pupils' performance in Luxembourg and in the World - The latest fresh news from PISA survey 2018

20 November 2019

  • Philippe Van Kerm, University of Luxembourg /LISER – Immigrants position in European countries' income distributions (TBC)
  • Guillaume Osier, Statec - Poverty indicators based on the joint distribution of income, consumption and wealth: preliminary results for Luxembourg

Abstract: The at-risk-of-poverty rate, defined as the share of individuals whose disposable income is lower than 60% of the national median income, has turned into a key indicator of social inclusion in the EU. However, this indicator relies only on income and ignores household consumption and wealth. As a result, it draws a picture of a country’s living standards that is not fully accurate.The importance of producing social indicators based on the joint distribution of income, consumption and wealth has long been emphasized, yet each dimension is collected through different sources, namely the EU-SILC survey for income, the Household Budget Survey (HBS) for household consumption and Household Finance and Consumption Survey (HFCS) for household wealth. In order to combine these three sources, a statistical matching approach needs to be implemented.In this presentation, we introduce the main principles of statistical matching and present experimental poverty statistics for Luxembourg based on income, consumption and wealth.

16 October 2019

  • Katherine Ford, University of Luxembourg – Are certain racial groups really at greater risk of type 2 diabetes? A mediation analysis of poverty ratios and diabetes incidence in the United States
  • Jason Settels, University of Luxembourg : Changes in Neighbourhood-Level Concentrated Disadvantage and Social Networks among Older Americans

25 September 2019

  • Professor Herbert Smith from the University of Pennsylvania : The within-cohort age pattern of homelessness in the United States: Some large-scale implications for public policy

19 June 2019

  • Marc Suhrcke, LISER - The Impact of Civil Conflict on Child Health: Evidence  from Colombia
  • Valérie Moran, LISER - Mental health care in a national and international context

15 May 2019

  • Daniele Checchi, LIS - Hours Inequality

24 April 2019

  • Rense Nieuwenhuis, SOFI - Gender equality and poverty are intrinsically linked: A contribution to the continued monitoring of selected Sustainable Development Goals
  • Peter Shirley, LISER - The long-run effects of the earned income tax credit on women’s earnings

27 March 2019

  • Eugenio Peluso, LISER: So close yet so unequal: Spatial inequality in American cities
  • Tamara Rebecca Gutfleisch, University of Luxembourg: The Gendered Consequences of Experiencing Unemployment: A Cross-Country Factorial Survey Among Recruiters

13 February 2019

  • Kelsey O'Connor, Statec -  The effect of immigration on native's well-being in Europe
  • Oshrat Hochman, Gesis - Desantangeling relationships between debts, negative life events, and subjective well-being

 16 January 2019

  • Stéphane Legleye, Institut national d’études démographiques (INED) - Migration and smoking behavior in France: levels of use and changes after arrival. An analysis by region of origin
  • David Kaplan, University of Wisconsin - Quantifying Uncertainty in Models and Methods:  A Bayesian Perspective

20 December 2018

  • Jean-Michel Bonvin, University of Geneva - Empowering young people in disempowering times. A capability perspective
  • Silvia Girardi, LISER - Activation as the opportunity to be outsiders. The social inclusion of social assistance beneficiaries engaged in public works

 14 November 2018

  • Valentina Ponomarenko, GESIS - Unemployment in the household: Compensation or accumulation of disadvantages? The added-worker-effect among welfare regimes in the EU-SILC
  • Antoine Paccoud, University of Luxembourg - Controlling the land supply: the concentrated ownership of land allocated to residential development in Luxembourg

24 October 2018

  • Maximilian Schiele, University of Luxembourg - Should I stay or should I go?The impact of subjective well-being for migrants’ decisions to settle
  • Sofie Waltl, LISER - Multidimensional wealth inequality: A hybrid approach toward Distributional National Accounts in Europe

19 September 2018

  • Wiemer Salverda, University of Amsterdam - Income and Wealth Inequalities in the European Union: Trends, Mechanisms, and Policies

4 July 2018

  • Janet Gornick, Stone Center on Socio-Economic Inequality, The Graduate Center, CUNY - Child Poverty - Cross-national Patterns and Policy Implications

13 June 2018

  • Caroline Dewilde, University of Tilburg - Trends in housing and inequality-Results from 5 years of ERC-HOWCOME and beyond
  • Eva Sierminska, LISER - Diversity in Economics: An investigation in to Fiels Specialization

9 May 2018

  • Joël Machado, LISER - Intending migrants in pursuit of favorable integration policies
  • Eyal Bar-Haim, University of Luxembourg - Taking their place: Educational expansion and inequality of educational opportunities – A gendered perspective

18 April 2018

  • Mariana Zerpa, University of Leuven - Preschool Attendance and Child Development and Health: Evidence from State Pre-K Programs
  • Denisa Sologon, LISER - Accounting for International Differences in Income Inequality: A New Framework

14 March 2018

  • Andrea Albanese, LISER, The Effect of Unemployment Benefits on Job Description
  • Louis Chauvel, University of Luxembourg, Extreme Inequality in Joint Income and Wealth Distributions in the United States,1995 to 2013

21 February 2018

  • Kelsey J. O’Connor, STATEC, Does psychology affect the likelihood of being unemployed? Evidence from happiness panel data.
  • Iryna Kyzyma, LISER, How poor are the poor? The distribution of income-to-poverty shortfalls in the EU

17 January 2018

  • Piotr Paradowski, LIS , Wealth, party identification and vote choice
  • Jennifer Dusdal, University of Luxembourg, Which organizational forms produce science? Expansion, diversity and cooperation in Germany’s higher education and science system embedded within the global context, 1900-2010

13 December : Cancelled

14 November 2017

  • Geranda Notten, University of Ottawa, The impact of social transfers on material deprivation in Europe
  • Emilia Toczydlowska, University of Luxembourg, Inequalities in Child Well-being

25 October 2017

  • Zachary Parolin, University of Antwerp - Running Harder to Stand Still: A Longitudinal Analysis of Determinants of Minimum Income Packages
  • Anthony Lepinteur, University of Luxembourg - The Shorter Workweek and Worker Wellbeing: Evidence from Portugal and France

20 September 2017

  • Lucinda Platt, London School of Economics - Ethnicity and identity: individual and contextual influences on identity expression across ethnic groups

5 July 2017

  • Sarah Marchal, University of Antwerp, On the measurement of targeting in complex welfare states
  • Katja Möhring, University of Mannheim, Cumulative (dis)advantage? Late career employment chances of men and women in Europe from a life course perspective

14 June 2017

  • Don Williams, Kent State University,   Gender Gap in Self-employment: the Role of Risk Attitude
  • Nizamul Islam , LISER,  Luxembourg tax benefit micro simulation model (LuxTaxBen).

May session was cancelled

26 Avril 2017

  • Sarah Kuypers, University of Antwerp, Poverty and redistribution in a joint income-wealth perspective.
  • Andreas Hadjar & Jan Scharf, University of Luxembourg, The value of education among migrants and non-migrants and how this translates into realistic educational aspirations. A comparison of four European countries.

15 March 2017

  • Dina Maskileyson, University of Cologne, Immigrant Health Convergence Patterns in the United States: Does Country of Origin Matter?
  • Gintare Mazeikaite, LISER , Decomposing Health Inequality in the EU .

15 February 2017

  • Flaviana Palmisano, University of Rome "La Sapienza", Pensions and Housing Wealth  - Quantitative Data on Market Conditions for Equity Release Schemes in the EU.
  • Javier Olivera, LISER , The role of credit and macro-prudential policy on household wealth inequality in Europe.

18 Janvier 2017

  • Audrey Bousselin, LISER  Proximity to childcare and maternal employment
  • Anne Hartung, University of Luxembourg , losing or persisting gender gap? A cohort analysis of education and wages in the U.S. and Europe.

 14 December 2016

  • Philipp Hessel, Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies: Do social expenditures reduce health inequalities? Evidence from 24 European countries
  • Robin Samuel, University of Luxembourg: Scars of employment insecurity in young people: A choice experiment and a vignette experiment of employers’ hiring decisions in four European countries

11 November  2016

  • Helga de Valk, NIDI, University of Groningen: Migrant families in Europe : a comparative perspective
  • Isabel Martinez, LISER : Beggar-thy-neighbour tax cuts : Responses to a local income tax reform in Switzerland

 12 October 2016

  • Nicholas Rohde, Griffith University: Welfare Based Measures of Income Insecurity in Fixed Effects Models
  • Valentina Ponomarenko, University of Luxembourg: Wealth accumulation across the life course. The role of disadvantages in the employment history

14 September 2016

  • Jian Li, University of Luxembourg: Carreers and fertility: policies and their evaluation
  • Eric Bonsang, LISER: As you sow, so shall you reap: gender norms and late-life cognition 

15 June 2016

  • Ive Marx, University of Antwerp: Incremental and innovative pathways towards better minimum income protection
  • Louis Chauvel, Eyal Bar-Haim, University of Luxembourg (IRSEI): Varieties of capitalism and varieties of distributions: How welfare regimes affect the pre-and post-transfer shapes of inequalities?

18 May 2016

  • Ngianga-Bakwin Kandala, Northumbria University: Bayesian mapping of global public health issues: what can we learn from household surveys
  • Rense Nieuwenhuis, Stokholm University (SOFI): Has the potential for compensating poverty by women's employment growth been depleted?

20 April 2016

  • Bora Kim, LISER: Gender difference in spousal effect on lifestyle formation: Evidence from Korea
  • Marta Barazzetta, University of Luxembourg (IRSEI): Childhood Circumstances and Adulthood Outcomes: The Effects of Financial Problems

16 March 2016

  • Majlinda Joxhe, University of Luxembourg (CREA): Be happy, be healthy! Exploring health outcomes among migrants using Italian micro data
  • Kenneth Nelson, Stokholm University (SOFI):  Intergenerational welfare contracts and social citizenship rights: positive-sum solutions and justice

10 February 2016

  • Iryna Kyzyma, ZEW Mannheim, LISER and IZA Bonn: Changing patterns of intergenerational income mobility in Germany
  • Marie-Sophie Callens, LISER: How did perceptions of economic and cultural threat evolve over time (1955-2013)? Evidence from a dynamic cross-country comparaison of European Countries

13 January 2016

  • Catalina Lomos, LISER: How confident can we be in country rankings when working with latent variables? The role of measurement invariance in comparing latent means and relationships across countries
  • Anja Leist (University of Luxembourg)

09 December 2015

  • Berkay Ozcan, London School of Economics and Political Science: Family instability and children's physical health
  • Maike van Damme, LISER: Occupational mobility around separation for British men and women

11 November 2015

  • Karina Doorley, LISER: Long-term effects of population ageing and skill upgrading on the European income distribution
  • Vincent Hildebrand, York University: Educational achievement of first and second generation migrants over time: a cohort analysis 

14 October 2015

  • Lennart Flood (University of Gothenburg) - Pension and Work, the Swedish case   
  • Anne Hartung (University of Luxembourg) - Gender differences in the choice of study fields in secondary and tertiary education. A cross-country comparison 

30 September 2015

  • Chiara Gigliarano (Università Politecnica delle Marche) - A class of income polarization measures based on the Gini concentration index
  • Eyal Bar-Haim (University of Luxembourg) - Subjective social mobility: the role of job characteristics and social context : Quantitative studies of subjective social mobility are scarce. In this work I employ HLM analysis using the 2009 ISSP data in order to examine what are the determinants of subjective sense of intergenerational social mobility in 30 countries. I find that job characteristics, namely supervising of other workers and union membership, affect the subjective sense mobility even after controlling for objective measurement of mobility. In contrast, country social context have only little to no effect on subjective mobility.  The results emphasize the importance of understanding intergenerational mobility, beyond traditional class categories or occupational scales.

17 June 2015

  • Tim Reeskens (Tilburg University) - The color of benefits. On the perceived welfare deservingness of immigrants in the Netherlands  
  • Nevena Zhelyazkova  (University of Maastricht, IGSS) - Fathers' use of parental leave in Luxembourg: Empirical analysis of administrative records: Men’s decisions to use parental leave are analysed at the individual level using a duration (event-history) model. The analysis is based on an economic framework. Opportunity cost of using parental leave is conceptualized in two different ways: a direct opportunity cost, which equals foregone monthly salary and an opportunity cost measuring forgone promotion opportunities proxied via averaged salary growth. As expected, the results suggest a negative relationship between salary-related earnings and taking parental leave. However, surprisingly, increasing salary 15 growth is associated with higher probability to use parental leave

6 May 2015

  • Anastasia Litina (University of Luxembourg) - Population aging and innovation. Do old societies think new ideas?
  • Leen Vandecasteele (University of Tübingen) - Trends in inequalities within and across households: the changing role of the partner’s labour market resources for female employment careers in Germany

15 April 2015

  • Eric Bonsang (LISER) - Gender-role attitude and sex-variation in senior's cognitive functioning across countries
  • Dirk Van de gaer (Gent University) - A simple empirical test for equalizing opportunities with an application to Progresa

18 March 2015

  • Laurie Maldonado (University of California, LA/LIS) - Family Policies and Single Parent Poverty in 18 OECD Countries, 1978-2008
  • Javier Olivera Angulo (University of Luxembourg) - Changes in Inequality and Generalized Trusts

11 February 2015

  • Ursula Dallinger (University of Trier) - Income Redistribution, Public Policies and Political Power. Does the Middle Class Matter?
  • Flaviana Palmisano (University of Luxembourg) - Intertemporal pro-poorness

21 January 2015

  • Philippe van Kerm (CEPS/INSTEAD) - Partnership patterns and long-term trends in US family earnings inequality
  • Valentina Ponomarenko (University of Luxembourg) - Career instability and well-being in old age

3 December 2014

  • Francesco Andreoli (CEPS/INSTEAD) - Equalization of Opportunity: Definitions, Implementable Conditions and Application to Early-Childhood Policy Evaluation: This paper develops a criterion to assess equalization of opportunity that is consistent with theoretical views of equality of opportunity. We characterize inequality of opportunity as asituation where some groups in society enjoy an illegitimate advantage. In this context, equalization of opportunity requires that the extent of the illegitimate advantage enjoyed by the privileged groups falls. Robustness requires that this judgement be supported by thebroadest class of individual preferences. We formalize this criterion in a decision theoretic framework, and derive an empirical condition for equalization of opportunity based onobserved opportunity distributions. The criterion is used to assess the effectiveness of child care at equalizing opportunity among children, using quantile treatment effects estimates of a major child care reform in Norway.
  • Francesco Sarracino (STATEC) - Happiness matters: the role of well-being in productivity

5 November 2014

  • Ursula Dallinger (University of Trier) - Income Redistribution, Public Policies and Political Power. Does the Middle Class Matter?
  • Stefano Bartolini (Università degli Studi di Siena) - Buying alone: how the decreasing American happiness turned into the current economic crisis: This paper attempts to explain the US consumers’ apparent bulimia that was at the origin of the recent global crisis. I first expose a theory of consumerism - the NEG (Negative Endogenous Growth) paradigm - based on the idea that decline of social capital leads individuals to over-spend because they search in consumption a compensation for the emotional distress and the loss of resources caused by scarce social and affective relationships. In turn, the economy growth caused by consumerism feeds the decline of social capital. I then turn to the US to check whether the evidence supports an explanation of American consumerism based on such a reinforcing loop. I show how different characteristics of the American society and economy, which are usually considered separately, are consistently related to American consumerism. Hence, I illustrate some structural features of US capitalism that may contribute to create a difference, in terms of patterns of consumption and participation in market activities, between the U.S. and some other advanced economies (in particular, the major economies of continental Europe). I relate US hyper-consumerism to the decline in subjective well-being and social capital documented in the US over the few decades preceding the crisis.

1 October 2014

  • Sebastian Fueckel (University of Trier) - "My parents never taught me to ..." A cohort analysis of parental political socialization
  • Jean Ries (STATEC) - The gender pay gap in Luxembourg: Do Women really earn more than men?

11 June 2014

  • Stamatis Kalogirou (Harokopio University) - Spatial Inequalities in Luxembourg at commune level
  • Carmen Petrovici (LIS) - Who is more vulnerable to poverty? Cross-country intergenerational comparison of income distribution and value of dwelling

14 May 2014

  • Andreas Heinz (University of Luxembourg) - Justice of earnings – a cross-national comparison
  • Denisa Sologon (CEPS/INSTEAD) - Earnings dynamics, foreign workers and the stability of inequality trends

9 April 2014

  • Marco Lilla (LIS) - Falling behind or catching up? Cross-country evidence in intra-generational wages mobility through pseudo panels
  • Iryna Kyzyma (CEPS/INSTEAD) - Accounting for changes in the distribution of household income by its sources

12 March 2014

  • Eva Sierminska (CEPS/INSTEAD) - Single again? Asset and portfolio changes (due to shock)
  • Anne Hartung (University of Luxembourg) - Dynamics of income volatility 1971-2007 in the US : Increasing income instability among the poor

12 February 2014

  • Andreas Hadjar (University of Luxembourg) - Migration background and subjective well-being
  • Bertrand Verheyden (CEPS/INSTEAD) - Student and worker mobility under university and government competition

8 January 2014

  • Jörg Neugschwender (LIS) - Pension income inequality: a cohort study in six european countries
  • Aura Leulescu (Eurostat) - Statistical matching: an application in the context of the re-design of social surveys

4 December 2013

  • Nadine Berndt (IGSS - Cellule d'expertise médicale) - Smoking cessation in heart patients: determinants of quitting and comparison of different intervention methods
  • Javier Olivera Angulo (University of Luxembourg) - Preferences for redistribution in Europe

6 November 2013

  • Alessio Fusco (CEPS/INSTEAD) - The dynamics of perceived financial difficulties
  • Anja Leist (University of Luxembourg) - Socioeconomic inequalities in health of older Europeans - Exploring the contribution of childhood conditions

2 October 2013

  • Bernhard Ebbinghaus (University of Mannheim - Guest Professor at University of Luxembourg) - Reversing early exit from work in Europe : Overcoming push and pull towards early retirement