A new NEGOTIATE working paper focuses on what could be done in order to help young people in their transition to adulthood in times of an economic crisis.
A new policy brief suggests that unemployment measures aiming at a quick labour market integration of the young unemployed without the consideration of job quality may not be a sustainable solution.
A new policy brief shows that bad luck in the timing of labour market entry can scar future careers of school leavers in countries across Europe.
The fourth NEGOTIATE policy brief focuses on the impact of the Great Recession in Europe.
A Anew paper analyzes national strategies to implement the Youth Guarantee (YG).
Sara Ayllón from the University of Girona in Spain has written a new working paper in which she takes a closer look at the potential impact of the high levels of job insecurity caused by the Great recession on fertility decisions among young people in Europe.
This January a new NEGOTIATE Working paper has been published on ‘Youth unemployment and the consequences for life satisfaction and social trust in seven European countries’ written by I. Tolgensbakk, J. Solstad Vedeler and B. Hvinden of the Oslo and Akershus University. In their paper they aim to understand the subjective effects of youth unemployment […]