Eliciting preferences for EU-level social protection in the context of global challenges
- Tuesday 30 May 2023
Kamerlingh Onnes Building
2311 ES Leiden
The Social Citizenship and Migration Program invites you to a seminar by Briitta van Staalduinen and Anna-Lena Nadler. Briitta and Anna-Lenna have recently been hired at the Department of Economics in the context of the TransEuroWorkS Horizon Europe project. They will be presenting a design of a survey experiment that will be part of consortium-wide survey within the TransEuroWorkS project.
European labour markets are currently undergoing three large-scale transformations: digitalization, the green transition, and the internationalization of the workforce. Given the far-reaching consequences of these transformations, scholars and policymakers are engaged in an ongoing debate about the coordination and standardization of social protection at the EU-level. In this context, we will present a design for a survey experiment that aims to elicit EU citizen’s preferences for EU-level social protection when confronted with the potential consequences of the three aforementioned transformations. This survey design is part of a larger survey that is currently being designed by the TransEuroWorkS Horizon Europe project.
About the program
The Social Citizenship and Migration program is one of the multidisciplinary stimulation programs at Leiden University. In the SC&M program, Leiden experts in public administration, law, economics, humanities and social and behavioural sciences look together at the issue of migration. They combine their knowledge of migration in the past, social patterns and perceptions of migrants, and share their findings with other researchers, policymakers and society at large. Find more information here.