Each year the Social Situation Monitor:
- carries out policy-relevant analysis and research on the current socio-economic situation in the EU on the basis of the most recent available data
- examines major issues which are features of the situation or affect it with the aim of providing evidence on which to base policy-making across the EU
Four main areas of research are investigated:
- Poverty, income inequality, social inequalities, health and well-being
- Employment, unemployment and labour market outcomes
- Welfare state, social, and labour market policies
- Advanced quantitative methods
3. Research seminars
Their aim is to provide a forum to discuss the theoretical, methodological and policy implications of the latest economic and social research. More specifically, SSM seminars aim to inform the:
- economic and social analysis of the European Commission in general, and the Employment and Social Developments in Europe review in particular,
- economic and social analysis of the European Commission’s stakeholders,
- economic and social policies of the European Commission and its stakeholders.
SSM seminars are primarily intended to:
- economists and analysts working in policy-making organisations,
- academic researchers,
- policy officers with an interest in economic and social analysis.
Latest: Social protection in the changing world of work (12/01/2018)
This initiative is directed by the London School of Economics (LSE), in consortium with ICF, on behalf of the European Commission. The team is led by Dr. Bob Hancké from LSE, and Dr. Simona Milio from ICF.
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