Discussion Papers

Discussion Papers (2015)

CELSI Discussion Paper series is a flagship of CELSI’s academic endeavors. Its objective is the dissemination of fresh state-of-the-art knowledge, cross-fertilization of knowledge and ideas, and promotion of interdisciplinary dialogue about labour markets or broader labour issues in Central and Eastern Europe. Contributions from all social science disciplines, including but not limited to economics, sociology, political science, public policy, social anthropology, human geography, demography, law and social psychology, are welcome. Please read the submission guidelines and use the submission form and checklist.

No. Title and Author(s) Date PDF
35 What if they take it all? Impact of zero replacement rates on sickness absence Pertold, F. Dec 2015 download PDF
34 Policy Puzzles with Roma Employment in Slovakia Mýtna Kureková, L. Oct 2015 download PDF
33 The End of the Flat Tax Experiment in Slovakia Švarda, N. , Senaj, M. , Horváth, M. and Siebertová, Z. Oct 2015 download PDF
32 To Work or Not to Work? Updated Estimates of Labour Supply Elasticities Švarda, N. , Valachyová, J. , Senaj, M. and Siebertová, Z. Oct 2015 download PDF
31 SIMTASK: A Microsimulation of the Slovak Tax-Benefit System Švarda, N. , Valachyová, J. and Siebertová, Z. Oct 2015 download PDF
30 How do Native and Migrant Workers Contribute to Innovation? A Study on France, Germany and the UK Venturini, A. , Fassio, C. and Montobbio, F. Jul 2015 download PDF
29 Human Resources and Innovation: Total Factor Productivity and Foreign Human Capital Venturini, A. , Fassio, C. and Kalantaryan, S. Jul 2015 download PDF
28 European Union and Labour’s Legal Resources in Central and East European Countries Myant, M. Apr 2015 download PDF
27 What Explains Immigrant-native gaps in European Labor Markets: The Role of Institutions Kahanec, M. , Guzi, M. and Mýtna Kureková, L. Jan 2015 download PDF

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