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November 2016
SESandHEALTH Advisory Board Meeting

SESandHEALTH Advisory Board Meeting

Description
The SESandHEALTH Advisory Board Meeting took place from 22-23 September 2016 at the European University Institute in Florence.
Date:
09/11/2016
July 2015
Second phase of the GEG project started in July 1st

Second phase of the GEG project started in July 1st

Description
The second phase of the project started in July, 1st. The new title of the project is: Determinants of the emergence of gender-specific patterns of competencies and decision making over the educational career in Germany
Date:
01/07/2015
January 2015
Structural Equation Modeling: Introductory and Intermediate Topics

Structural Equation Modeling: Introductory and Intermediate Topics

Description
This 2-day workshop consists of two parts. Part 1 deals with introductory and intermediate aspects of the increasingly popular methodology of structural equation modeling. Part 2 of the workshop is focused on longitudinal data analysis and modeling using the SEM/LVM framework.
Date:
28/01/2015
December 2014
Call for Papers: "Lebenslauf, soziale Netzwerke und gesundheitliche Ungleichheit" at the Rostock University on 28/29 May 2015

Call for Papers: "Lebenslauf, soziale Netzwerke und gesundheitliche Ungleichheit" at the Rostock University on 28/29 May 2015

Description
Rasmus Hoffmann will be co-organizing a conference on "Lebenslauf, soziale Netzwerke und gesundheitliche Ungleichheit" at the Rostock University on 28/29 May 2015. A call for papers on this topic is open for submission until 31 of January 2015.
Date:
12/12/2014
November 2014
Differences in Secondary Education and their Short - and Longer-Term Effects on Inequalities of Educational Opportunities

Differences in Secondary Education and their Short - and Longer-Term Effects on Inequalities of Educational Opportunities

Description
Phase 3 of the ERC project 'Education as a Lifelong Process / Comparing Educational Trajectories in Modern Societies' (eduLIFE) examines how the organization of secondary education in modern school systems affects educational and social inequalities in the early life.
Date:
20/11/2014
July 2014
'Adult Learning In Modern Societies' Published by Edward Elgar

'Adult Learning In Modern Societies' Published by Edward Elgar

Description
The first book in the eduLIFE Lifelong Learning series, 'Adult Learning In Modern Societies', has just been published by Edward Elgar. This book will be of great use to both academics and policymakers with an interest in adult learning, sociology, education and inequality, and the economics of work.
Date:
15/07/2014
March 2014
Second DFG Priority Programme 1646 conference 'Education as a Lifelong Process. Analyzing Data of the National Educational Panel Study (NEPS)'

Second DFG Priority Programme 1646 conference 'Education as a Lifelong Process. Analyzing Data of the National Educational Panel Study (NEPS)'

Description
This conference will take place on the 11th and 12th of April at the EUI, accompanied by the fourth NEPS data workshop for members of the SPP1646, which will take place on the 10th. EUI members are welcome to attend either, and no registration is required for attending the conference presentations.
Date:
19/03/2014
January 2014
Course on Panel Data Management and Analysis with the GSOEP

Course on Panel Data Management and Analysis with the GSOEP

Description
This two day course (Thursday 13 and Friday 14 March 2014) will first give an introduction into the longitudinal structure and the content of the German Socio-Economic Pel (SOEP), one of the largest and longest running panel studies in Europe
Date:
30/01/2014
November 2013
Lecture by Prof. Richard Rose on Tuesday the 26 November at 15:00

Lecture by Prof. Richard Rose on Tuesday the 26 November at 15:00

Description
The talk, "The needs and resources of older people: An Equilibrium Model", is intended to open up a subject for discussion rather than present a narrow set of results. Further details about the paper can be found at http://www.cspp.strath.ac.uk .
Date:
05/11/2013
October 2013
Lecture by Prof. Jaap Dronkers on Educational Attainment and Parental Seperation

Lecture by Prof. Jaap Dronkers on Educational Attainment and Parental Seperation

Description
On Tuesday 19 November at 15:00, Prof. Jaap Dronkers (Maastricht University) will discuss "Parental separation, educational attainment, school-composition and educational systems", which aims to combine different strands of cross-national research on the effect of schools and educational systems on educational performance. Significantly, it includes looking at parental separation as a potential source of inequality.
Date:
31/10/2013
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