19 Jul 2017

 

A 7ª conferência da European Research Survey Association realiza-se em Lisboa, de 17 a 21 de julho de 2017, no Instituto Superior de Engenharia e Gestão e no Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa. Entre as numerosas sessões temáticas que constam no programa destacam-se, no campo da mobilidade humana, os dois painéis intitulados "Methodological, Practical and Theoretical Challenges in Research on Refugees", organizados por Roman Auriga, Gisela Will e Christoph Homuth, investigadores do Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories. As comunicações constantes nestes dois espaços de debate são as seguintes:

SESSÃO 1
1. ReGES - Refugees in the German Educational System: Introducing a new panel study on refugees in Germany
Gisela Will (LIfBi - Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories), Jutta von Maurice (LIfBi - Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories), Hans-Günther Roßbach (LIfBi - Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories), Christoph Homuth (LIfBi - Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories)
2. Refugees in Canada: benefits and challenges behind administrative data linkages
Tristan Cayn (Statistics Canada)
3. The WELLCOME Study – A Panel Survey of Young Syrian Refugees
Angelika Steinwede (infas Institute for Applied Social Sciences, Germany), Michael Ruland (infas Institute for Applied Social Sciences, Germany), Hans Dietrich (Institute of Employment Research (IAB), Germany)
4. Translations into rare languages and foreign languages skills of refugees in Germany
Jürgen Schupp (SOEP/DIW Berlin), Jannes Jacobsen (SOEP/DIW Berlin)

SESSÃO 2
1. How to Track Refugees on their Way to German Universities?
Michael Grüttner (DZHW)
2. Challenges in a survey on refugees in Hanover
Karina Hoekstra (Institute of Sociology, University of Hanover), Irina Gewinner (Institute of Sociology, University of Hanover)
3. Measuring skills of refugees and migrants entering Europe
Quy-Toan Do (World Bank), Gero Carletto (World Bank), Maria Davalos (World Bank), Marta Encinas-Martin (OECD), Harriet Mugera (World Bank)
4. Surveying Refugees. Two Experiments on Anonymity and Incentivation.
Johannes Bauer (Ludwig-Maximilians Universität Munich, Institute for Sociology), Felix Bader (University of Mannheim)

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