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Following the publication of the 2012 annual review, DG EMPL is organising an expert conference by invitation only, to disseminate and discuss its findings.
The Commission held a major conference on employment policy, under the title "Jobs for Europe", on 6-7 September 2012.
The conference to be held in Brussels on 5-6 December will take stock of how inequalities develop and explore ways of how to mitigate them.
The conference to be held on 15 September in Brussels will address wage developments and their impact on competitiveness and social cohesion, through a high-level debate between researchers, employment policy makers and social partners.
Fabrice Murtin from OECD Economics Department will present the seminar on 9 June from 2 to 4pm.
Commissioner László Andor opened the conference on 10 March, which gathered around 200 participants, by welcoming 2010 Nobel Prize laureate Christopher Pissarides and his work on search and matching theory.
In the framework of the Employment in Europe - Occasional Seminars, organised by DG Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, we are happy to invite you to a seminar presented by Greet Vermeylen, Agnes Parent-Thirion and Eszter Sandor (European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound) on Friday 26th March 2010, 14:30h - 16:30h, rue Joseph II-27, room 07/059.
As in previous years, a dissemination conference on the Employment in Europe 2009 report will be organised on 26 November to present and discuss its key findings. The report will be published on 23 November.
The labour market integration of children of immigrants is an area where comparative international knowledge is gradually evolving but still underdeveloped mainly due to data limitations.
In the framework of the Employment in Europe - Occasional Seminars organised by the Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities Directorate-General, Prof. Michele Raitano, Assistant Professor of Economics and Economic Policy at the University of Rome "La Sapienza", will speak on "Italian workers transitions among different contractual arrangements: an analysis from INPS micro-data".