News & Events

  • University of Economics invites to the IMECS 2016, Prague

    The Department of Entrepreneurship of the CUPESSE partner University of Economics (VSE) organises the 4th International Conference “Innovation Management, Entrepreneurship and Corporate Sustainability”. The conference is to be held in Prague (VSE), from May 26th – 27th 2016. The conference aims to establish a platform for mutual collaboration, exchange and dissemination of ideas among...

  • Newcastle University invites to conference „Youth Matters: Moving from the Margins“

    To officially launch Newcastle University’s Youth Research Network, the CUPESSE partner organises its first conference on scientific youth issues, such as youth mobility, culture, identity, voices and economy. The conference will offer interdisciplinary approaches, by bringing together researchers from various scientific fields. The conference will take place in Newcastle on June 8-9 2016....

  • CUPESSE Researchers at MPSA Conference 2016

    CUPESSE researchers Carolin Rapp, Jennifer Shore and Jale Tosun will present their paper, “Not So Risky Business? How Public Policy Can Enhance the Desirability of Self-Employment for Risk-Averse Individuals”, at the 74th MPSA conference which will be held in Chicago, USA, from April 7th – 10th 2016. Furthermore, they will use the occasion to present various papers concerning other scientific...

  • Presentation on CUPESSE project at EXCEPT Meeting

    CUPESSE coordinator Prof. Jale Tosun introduced the project at the EXCEPT meeting from February 24th – 25th 2016. Like CUPESSE, the EXCEPT is a horizon2020 funded project that deals with youth unemployment in Europe. As member of the EXCEPT advisory board, Prof. Tosun used the occasion to report about experiences that have been made in the CUPESSE project. Find more information on the EXCEPT...

  • CUPESSE partners and stakeholders meet in Barcelona

    After two years of CUPESSE implementation and thus half way in to the project, coordinator Jale Tosun welcomed not only consortium partners but also a number of project stakeholders to a meeting in Barcelona on 18-19 February 2016. The first half of day one was reserved to discuss feed-back and recommendations to first project results as well as policy implications derived from the project with...

  • New publication: “Should irregular migrants have the right to healthcare? Lessons learnt from the Spanish case”

    CUPESSE member Mihaela Vancea, together with her colleague Alex Boso, recently published this article which critically evaluates the Royal Decree-Law 16/2012, which regulates migrants’ access to public healthcare services in Spain. In particular, it examines the political rationale behind the restriction of migrants’ access to primary and specialised healthcare services. The article has been...

  • Better Overeducated than Unemployed?

    This question is discussed in a recently published paper by CUPESSE member Bettina Schuck, Heidelberg University, and her colleague Jonas Voßemer, University of Bamberg.  The authors analysed the question whether it is better for unemployed persons to take up a job for which they are overeducated or to remain unemployed and continue the search for an adequate job.  The results support...