The essence of GLUN LAB is to link the impact of job reallocations with the processes of regional specialization and localization. In this context:
- we investigate labour market flows within an equilibrium spatial configuration of economic activities;
- we interpret job flows as the outcome of regional industrial structures as characterized by geographical agglomeration and specialization;
- combine aspects of Economic Geography with the analysis of the aggregate effects of job reallocation (the sectoral shifts hypothesis and the job creation and destruction spatial factors).
During the workshops we also consider the relationships between unemployment other socio-economic indicators and signs of social progress as well its linkages to the spatial divisions of poverty and wealth. The workshops aim to investigate and explain social and spatial inequalities and regional differentials in unemployment and migration flows between European states.
- 4th GLUNLAB Workshop - the call for papers has been anounced... read more
- 3rd GLUNLAB Workshop - the programme is available ... read more
- 3rd GLUNLAB Workshop - the call for papers has been anounced... read more
- Conference "European Integration: Past, Present and Future" - the call for papers has been announced... read more
- Review of Economic Analysis - first issue is out... read more
- The Rimini Conference in Economics and Finance (RCEF) - the call for papers has been anounced... read more