News & Events

  • Article on CUPESSE data published

    The CUPESSE consortium is proud to present the CUPESSE dataset and discuss its relevance for political economy and political sociology in an article, titled “Perceived economic self-sufficiency: a country- and generation-comparative approach”. The article was published in September 2018 in European Political Science and can be accessed online free of charge. Taking existing datasets provided by...

  • Stakeholder Workshop in Brussels marks the end of the CUPESSE project

    With the project nearing its end on 31 January, the CUPESSE consortium gathered one last time for its final meeting in Brussels on 25-26 January 2018. The first day of the meeting focussed on sharing the project’s findings regarding the causes and consequences of youth unemployment and the effectiveness of relevant policy measures with a wider audience. Project coordinator Jale Tosun was...

  • CUPESSE Releases Animated Clip

    We are happy to announce the release of our CUPESSE Animated Clip providing a quick and compact illustration of the project targets, methods and results. As the 4-year project is slowly approaching its end in the beginning of 2018, the clip includes both highlights of the past work as well as an outlook towards the publication of project results and policy recommendations. Project results will...

  • CUPESSE at ECPR 2017

    CUPESSE members successfully applied for and organized two panels at this year’s European Consortium for Political Research’s (ECPR) annual General Conference on September 6-9, 2017 in Oslo. The ECPR Conference is one of Europe's biggest gatherings of political scientists. The panels provided an opportunity for CUPESSE members to present their on-going research and receive feedback from other...

  • CUPESSE report attracts attention in Greece

    The Greek CUPESSE partner diaNEOsis aroused great interest among politicians and the public when publishing the Greek results of the CUPESSE survey last week. The report, presenting responses from 1538 interviewed young adults and 500 parents, received huge coverage in the Greek press and became even the cover story of several major newspapers.  Read more here in English or Greek.

  • CUPESSE at the Council for European Studies Conference in Glasgow

    The CUPESSE project was well-represented at the Council for European Studies Conference in Glasgow, UK (12-14 July, 2017). Jennifer Shore (UHEI) organized the panel “Youth Unemployment in Europe: Behind the Official Statistics”. The panel “Intergenerational Transmission in times of Economic Transmission” was organized by Monika Mühlböck (UVIE). Both panels featured recent research and works in...

  • The CUPESSE project enters its final leg

    As the project nears its end in January 2018, the CUPESSE consortium came together for its 7th Progress Meeting in Granada, Spain, on 22-23 June 2017. The meeting focussed on joint publications using the CUPESSE data. For example, the partners used the opportunity for small group discussions on the book chapters authored by each country team. The manuscript for the edited volume, currently...