Carlo Barone, Antonio Schizzerotto and Loris Vergolini presented the IRVAPP paper "The Bologna process in Italy: an empirical assessment of its impact on educational participation".
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Ugo Trivellato presents a paper entitled "Another look at the "stepping stone vs. dead end" issue about the impact of temporary employment. What can we learn from recurrent Labour Force Surveys?".
Ugo Trivellato presents the IRVAPP paper "The Effects of Temporary Job Experiences On Short-term Labour Market Outcomes in Italy".
Ugo Trivellato and Enrico Rettore present a paper entitled "Testing for true state dependence in poverty dynamics".
Loris Vergolini and Nadir Zanini attended the conference organised by the Research Committee 28 on Social stratification and mobility where Loris Vergolini presented the paper “Does Aid Matter? The Effect of Financial Transfer on University Enrollment”.
Erich Battistin presented the IRVAPP paper "The effects of remedial exams on student achievement: evidence from upper secondary schools in Italy" at the seminar organised by the Center for Operations Research and Econometrics (CORE).
Erich Battistin, Alvaro Martinez, Gianluca Mazzarella and Enrico Rettore attended the workshop jointly organised by Padua & Linz University on labour economics. During the event Erich Battistin presented the IRVAPP paper "The Effects of Remedial Exams on Students Achievement: Evidence from Upper Secondary Schools in Italy", while Enrico Rettore presented the IRVAPP paper "The Effects of Temporary Job Experiences On Short Term Labour Market Outcomes in Italy".
Together with the European Commission’s DG Education and Culture and the European Expert Network on Economics of Education (EENEE), the Center for Research in Lifelong Learning (CRELL) of the JRC is organizing the International Conference “Catch the Train: Skills, Education and Jobs". This international conference responds to a request formulated by the European Council to the European Commission to propose a benchmark on the role of education and training for employability.
Loris Vergolini and Nadir Zanini attended the conference organised by OECD and Open University, where Nadir Zanini presented the paper “Does Aid Matter? The Effect of Financial Transfer on University Enrollment”.
Ugo Trivellato attended the conference where he presented the paper “What can we learn from recurrent Labour Force Surveys about the impact of temporary employment?” (coauthors Enrico Rettore and Adriano Paggiaro).