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Statistical Needs for Research in Social Sciences
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Online workshop organised by Cnam-CEET on 29.03.2021

One of the objectives of BEYOND4.0 is to expertise which statistics could be used ot re used existing databases and source for creating data for the analysis of the future of work (https://beyond4-0.eu/packages/3). 

In this context, the Centre d’Etudes de l’Emploi et du Travail (Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers – CNAM) organises an on-line expert workshop with experts from statistical agencies and data users on March 29, 2021.  

Workshop objectives

The first one is to bring together producers and users to opportunities and barriers to the development of aggregated and harmonised linked employer/employee databases, and options to be taken into existing surveys to facilitate this task. The second one is to propose and discuss a measurement frame based on existing surveys to follow  technological developments and analyse their consequences from the points of view of organisations  and workers. The third one is to discuss data access and servicing policies by confronting producers' and users’ views.  

This workshop has three sessions (see more and program in the enclosed document):   

  •  The objective of the first session is to bring together data producers and users to discuss the development of EU-wide linked employer/employee databases and address what could be done to facilitate such linkage    
  • The second session aims at proposing and discussing a measurement frame for the ongoing technological transformation and its future developments from the points of view of organisations and workers. The availability of indicators to feed into this frame will be reviewed as well as existing data gaps.
  • The last session aims at discussing data access policies and servicing needs by confronting data producers' and data users’ views.   

The participation is free. Please register and get the Microsoft Teams link here: https://framaforms.org/beyond40-workshop-29th-of-march-2021-1615825339

The workshop agenda is here.

For more information, please write to sylvie.hamon-cholet@lecnam.net