Poverty Monitoring Under Acute Data Constraints: A Role For Imputation Methods?
Sep 16, 2021 | News

This note discusses ways of compiling consumption or income data from the perspective of data quality and sample size.

Work-Family Reconciliation Policies: Good or Bad for Gender Employment Inequalities?
Sep 16, 2021 | News

In this article, Kostecki presents seven new, disaggregated, precise, and multidimensional indicators for leave and ECEC across 24 high-income countries and relationships among the indicators.

Message from New LIS Director Peter Lanjouw
Sep 16, 2021 | News

Welcome message from New LIS Director Peter Lanjouw

2021 Autumn Data Splash
Sep 13, 2021 | Highlight

Nine new datasets are added to the LIS Database.

Peter Lanjouw
Sep 09, 2021 | LIS Directors

Director bio Peter Lanjouw, (PhD London School of Economics), Professor in development economics at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, is the overall Director and oversees all aspects of LIS’ work. Prior to joining the VU Economics department in January 2015 he had spent more than two decades in the Development Economics Research Group of the World […]

New complementary database : Leave and ECEC Policy Dimensions Dataset
Aug 30, 2021 | News

A new database on Leave and ECEC policy dimensions has been added to the LIS Complementary Databases section.

LIS granted the Aldi Award for 2020 LIS Working Paper
Jul 01, 2021 | News

Nora Waitkus is the winner of the 2020 LIS Aldi Award

Nora Waitkus and Fabian T. Pfeffer
Jul 01, 2021 | Aldi

Upcoming Webinar – LIS Summer Lecture 2021
Jun 15, 2021 | News

LIS is happy to announce its upcoming Virtual Summer 2021 Lecture given by Professor Peter Lanjouw (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) on Tuesday, July 6th, 2021 [Luxembourg Local Time: 17:30-18:30]

Higher Education Expansion and Inequality in Labour Incomes: The Importance of a Gendered Perspective
Jun 15, 2021 | News

In a study conducted within the framework of the (LIS)2ER project Petra Sauer and Philippe Van Kerm examined LIS data for 27 countries between 1995 and 2015