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Is ethnicity a meaningful category of employment policies for Roma? A comparative case study of Hungary and Spain

A new article authored by CPS Research Affiliates Vera Messing and Abel Beremenyi has been published in the journal of Ethnic and Racial Studies.

Drivers and effects of labour market reforms: Evidence from a novel policy compendium

CPS Researcher Dragos Adascalitei co-authored an article which has been recently published by the IZA Journal of Labor Policy.

Challenging the Political Beyond and Across Borders: Possibilities and Tensions of Migrants' and Solidarity Struggles

We are welcoming abstracts for the workshop on 'Challenging the Political Beyond and Across Borders: Possibilities and Tensions of Migrants' and Solidarity Struggles' to be held on November 17-18, 2016 at the Central European University in Budapest.

Narratives and counter-narratives of Europe. Constructing and contesting Europeanity

CPS Research Fellow Celine Cantat recently wrote an article for the review Cahiers Memoire et Politique published by the Research Centre on Memory and Politics of Liege University's Department of Political Science.

Gender, Politics, and the State in Central and Eastern Europe

CPS Research Fellow Andrea Krizsan and former CPS Research Fellow Raluca Maria Popa published an article in the The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies.

Taking stock of the crisis: A multilevel analysis of the Romanian trade union movement

CPS Research Fellow Dragos Adascalitei has co-authored a discussion paper published by the Central European Labour Studies Institute on the Romanian trade union movement.

Revisiting the debate on open Marxist perspectives

CPS Researcher Pinar E. Donmez has co-authored a new article published in The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, a fully refereed journal of the Political Studies Association of the UK.

Roma Rights Journal 1/2016: Roma and Conflict

The Call for Paper is out for the next issue of the Roma Rights Journal dedicated to the topic of conflict, submissions of a 500-word abstract proposing a paper on the theme are welcomed no later than June 5, 2016.

Changing Employment Relations in Spain and Romania During the Great Recession: How Trade Unions Respond to the Challenge

CPS Research Associate Dragos Adascalitei co-authored a new working paper published in the frame of the Management and employees theme of the Changing Employment project.

Building Bridges in Social Welfare Policy in Eastern Europe

Scholars and experts with expertise in innovative approaches in labour market policy and health and social care arrangements are invited to submit an abstract for either an academic paper or a good practice for the workshop to be held on 19 September 2016 in Vienna.