Policy puzzles with Roma employment



The WP investigates what policies, market mechanisms and social factors, in addition to widespread discrimination, have led to immensely diverging employment conditions and statistics of Roma and non-Roma, and have tracked Roma into subsidized employment on the secondary labour market or unreported or illegal economy in the new member states of the EU.

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Policy briefs
04/08/2014

This Policy Brief summarises the outcome of the research conducted over an 18 month period on Roma employment and labour market policies aimed at the Roma unemployed in five EU member states (...

Working papers
12/13/2013

This paper summarises the findings of micro-level empirical research conducted in twelve settlements across five European countries - Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia and Spain –...

Working papers
06/04/2013

The working paper focuses on the labor market policies in five European countries - Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia and Spain - aiming at the labor market integration of Roma and other...