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Using EUROMOD in cross country microsimulation

The EU-funded InGRID-2 project will be organising a winter school on 18-20 November 2020.

18 November 2020 - 20 November 2020
Online, United Kingdom

This online course, by the Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER) of the University of Essex, Colchester, will introduce academics, policy practitioners and other interested users to the concepts, structure and functioning of EUROMOD. A state-of-the-art tax-benefit microsimulation model linking microdata from household surveys and policy legislation in a single user interface, EUROMOD covers all EU Member States.

The school on EUROMOD and cross-country microsimulation is part of the policy pillar of the InGRID project, now in its second term of EU funding under Horizon 2020. This winter school is one of a host of networking and mutual knowledge exchange activities of InGRID-2, whose advanced mission is to help scientists enhance their expertise from data to policy.

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