Winter school on “Recent advances in poverty and inequality research”
Call for applications
Winter School on Recent Advances in Poverty and Inequality Research
January 25-29, 2021 – LISER, Luxembourg (online event)
The Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER) is organizing the next online InGRID2 Winter School on ‘Recent advances in poverty and inequality research’ on January 25-29, 2021.
The event aims at advancing knowledge and expertise of early career researchers and PhD students in some of the most recent developments in the field of poverty and inequality research. In particular, it will provide lectures making use of state-of-the-art methodologies such as machine learning, distributional national accounts or survey experiments. The following lectures are scheduled:
- Facundo Alvaredo (Paris School of Economics, INET and IIEP-UBA-CONICET). Distributional National Accounts: An assessment of methods and estimates from WID.world;
- Paolo Brunori (University of Firenze and University of Bari). Machine learning and inequality research;
- Johanna Möllerström (George Mason University). Understanding preferences for redistribution – experimental designs.
Registration is free of charge but number of places available is limited.
Deadline to apply is December 16.
For further information: https://www.liser.lu/?type=news&id=2010