One of our researchers at the Oxford Spring School in Advanced Research Methods

Between 08 and 12 of March 2024, one of our PhD Students, Catharina Lopes Scodro, attended the Oxford Spring School in Advanced Research Methods 2024, in the course Qualitative Methods 1 – Interviews & Fieldwork. Organised by the Department of Politics and International Relations of the University of Oxford, the Spring School was an excellent […]

E-BoP Journal Club #4 – Labor movement, (Bauder, 2006)

On 13 June 2023, our monthly Journal Club debated the book “Labor movement: How Migration Regulates Labor Markets”, written by Harald Bauder (2006). The book is divided into two parts: the first presented the main theories to explain the how migration regulates labour markets, while the second brought an overview of the labour migration contexts […]

E-BoP seminar on statistics and data analysis

On 20 February 2024, our colleague Justyna Hejman-Mancewicz presented the Seminar “Statistics crash course: Introduction to data analysis” at the Maison Interuniversitaire des Sciences de l’Homme – Alsace (MISHA). In the two-parts seminar, she presented the main introductory concepts to data analysis – related to types of statistical data, relationships between data, key statistical concepts […]

The E-BoP Summer School call opens today!

The whole E-BoP team is thrilled to announce the opening of the call for participants for our first Summer School! During the last couple of months we have been working hard to gather a great lineup of speakers and to find the perfect venue for our event, which will focus on Interdisciplinary approaches to the […]

E-BoP Journal Club #2 – Managing the Margins (Vosko, 2010)

On 12 April 2023, our monthly Journal Club discussed the book “Managing the margins: gender, citizenship, and the international regulation of precarious employment”, written by Leah Vosko (2010). The book investigates the precarious margins of labour markets, with a multi-method and interdisciplinary approach. Therefore, we collectively picked this book for the proximity of the explored […]