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Training and Mobility of Researchers: Accompanying Measures for Economic, Social and Human Sciences

The European Commission, DG XII, has announced the events which have been selected, in the first round, in response to the call for proposals for the Training and Mobility of Researchers (TMR) programme which was published on 17 January 1995. The call covered the "Accompanying...

The European Commission, DG XII, has announced the events which have been selected, in the first round, in response to the call for proposals for the Training and Mobility of Researchers (TMR) programme which was published on 17 January 1995. The call covered the "Accompanying Measures" activity of the programme: namely Euroconferences (MA1), Summer Schools (MA2) and Practical Training Courses (MA3). Organizers of the events will be able to provide financial support to young scientists, especially female researchers and researchers from less developed regions. The events selected in the area of Economic, Social and Human Sciences are: - Summer Research Workshop in Economics (MA1): 1. Summer Workshop in Modelling Firm Behaviour, Coventry (GB), July 1996 (20 days); 2. Summer Workshop in Reputation and Experimentation in Economics, Coventry (GB), July 1997 (20 days); 3. Summer Workshop in Macroeconomic Policy, Coventry (GB), July 1998 (20 days); Contact: Prof. Norman IRELAND Tel. +44-1203-523476; Fax +44-1203-523032 - European Workshops on Econometrics and Health Economics (MA1): 1. European Workshop on Econometrics and Health Economics, Barcelona (ES), September 1996 (3 days); 2. European Workshop on Econometrics and Health Economics, Lisbon (PT), September 1997 (3 days); 3. European Workshop on Econometrics and Health Economics, Helsinki (FI), September 1998 (3 days); Contact: Dr. Andrew JONES Tel. +44-1904-433766; Fax +44-1904-433759 - ETIC: Doctoral Training Programme - Micro and Macro Analysis, National Systems of Innovations and Modelling Economic Dynamics (MA2): 1. Doctoral Training Programme: Micro and Macro Analysis I, Maastricht (NL), March 1996 (12 days); 2. Doctoral Training Programme: National Systems of Innovations and Modelling Economic Dynamics I, Maastricht (NL), October 1996 (12 days); 3. Doctoral Training Programme: Micro and Macro Analysis II, Maastricht (NL), March 1997 (12 days); 4. Doctoral Training Programme: National Systems of Innovations and Modelling Economic Dynamics II, Maastricht (NL), October 1997 (12 days); 5. Doctoral Training Programme: Micro and Macro Analysis III, Maastricht (NL), March 1998 (12 days); 6. Doctoral Training Programme: National Systems of Innovations and Modelling Economic Dynamics III, Maastricht (NL), October 1998 (12 days); Contact: Mr. Patrick LLERENA Tel. +33-88-415209; Fax +33-88-613766 - European Management in face of Knowledge Driven Competitiveness (MA1): 1. European Management in face of Knowledge Driven Competitiveness, Porto (PT), March 1996 (3 days); Contact: Prof. Luis MOTA DE CASTRO Tel. +351-25-509720; Fax +351-25-505050 - Second Series of Euroconferences of the European Research Forum on Migration and Ethnic Relations (EUROFOR-Research and Documentation Network (MA1): 1. Social and Political Marginalization as a result of Xenophobia, Civil Rights Differenciation and Discrimination, Berlin (DE), September 1996 (3 days); 2. Elderly Immigrants and the European Welfare State, Athens (GR), March 1997 (3 days); 3. Urban Quarters, the Shadow Economy and Stages of Immigration, Rome (IT), May 1997 (3 days); 4. The Role of Religion, especially Islam, in the Social Marginalization of Ethnic Minorities, Lisbon (PT), October 1997 (3 days); 5. Small Migration Systems in Europe, Berlin (DE), March 1998 (3 days); 6. Refugees of Former Yugoslavia in the European Union, Umea (SE), June 1998 (3 days); 7. Diaspora Immigrants: a Problem of Dual Loyality?, Berlin (DE), September 1998 (3 days); 8. The Roma Migration Systems and European Political Strategies, Granada (ES), October 1998 (3 days); 9. Immigration Policies in the European Union: The Year 2000, Berlin (DE), May 1998 (3 days); Contact: Dr. Jochen BLASCHKE Tel. +49-3-04441088; Fax +49-3-04441085 - Model Specification, Identification, and Estimation in Empirical Macroeconomics (MA1): 1. Modelling the Monetary Transmission Mechanisms: Specification and Identification Issues, Perugia (IT), September 1996 (3 days); 2. Microeconomic Price Adjustment with Non-Linear, Non-Smooth Adjustment Rules, Lisbon (PT), September 1997 (3 days); 3. "Can Externalities and Scale Economies Explain Observed Cycles and Trends?", Madrid (ES), September 1998 (3 days); Contact: Prof. Lucrezia REICHLIN Tel. +44-171-7349110; Fax +44-171-7348760 - New Approaches to the Analysis Labour Market Segmentation (MA1): 1. Labour Market Segmentation and the Trade-Off Between Unemployment and Low Wage Employment, Santiago de Compostella (ES), September 1996 (3 days): 2. Symetric Versus Asymetric Persistence of Unemployment, Cambridge (GB), September 1997 (3 days); Contact: Prof. Denis SNOZER Tel. +44-171-7349110; Fax +44-171-7348760 - The Structure of Learner Language (MA1): 1. The Structure of Learner Language, Espinho (PT), September 1996 (5 days); 2. From Pragmatics to Syntax: Organisational Principles of Second Language Acquisition, Acquafredda di Maratea (IT), September 1998 (5 days); Contact: Dr. Josip HENDEKOVIC Tel. +33-88-767137; Fax +33-88-366987

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