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Research Infrastructure gaps report: Central and Eastern Europe

Jakub Kostolný (), Gábor Szüdi, Martin Kahanec, András Gábos, Zuzana Pawlowska and Malgorzata Pecillo

No 31, Research Reports from Central European Labour Studies Institute (CELSI)

Abstract: The aim of this report is to map the gaps in data sets and research infrastructures in Central and Eastern Europe and to analyse the main obstacles and challenges that underpin these gaps. The report looks at the gaps from the perspective of four types of data: (i) international and national survey data, (ii) data provided within the InGRID project (iii) administrative data, and (iv) data on vulnerable groups. In order to study the gaps an expert questionnaire has been constructed following a roundtable discussion and pilot interviews. Two case studies with focus on gaps in data on vulnerable groups in Hungary and working conditions in Poland are presented as well.

Date: 2020-02-14
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