LIS Cross-National Data Center in Luxembourg and LISER convene a workshop on “The Distributional Effects of Higher Education Expansion”

Seven presentations by Jo Blanden (University of Surrey), Florencia Torche (Stanford University), Louis Chauvel (University of Luxembourg), Emily Murphy (University of Luxembourg), Golo Henseke (UCL), Irina Gewinner (University of Luxembourg), Krzysztof Czarnecki (Poznan University) and Petra Sauer (LISER and LIS) will present research on the role of education in fighting (or spurring) inequality by gathering insights from different fields in the social sciences dealing with the societal, economic and political causes and consequences of higher education expansion, and how it affects social mobility and socio-economic inequality.

The workshop will take place virtually from Thursday November 12th 4 pm through Friday November 13th 12:45 pm. Please find the detailed program here.

This is the first international workshop in the realm of the (LIS)2ER initiative, an institutional collaboration between two actors in Luxembourg’s research landscape, facilitated by the Luxembourg Ministry of Higher Education and Research.

Organising committee: Daniele Checchi (LIS), Petra Sauer (LIS and LISER), Philippe Van Kerm (LISER and University of Luxembourg)

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October 28, 2020 | News