Current Projects

EUROMOD-JRC web interface update

01/07/2021 - 30/06/2025

The EUROMOD-JRC web interface is an online tool that provides a simplified access to the tax-benefit microsimulation model EUROMOD. Users can implement simple tax reforms and analyse their fiscal and distributional effects. The project aim is to populate and update the parameters of the EUROMOD-JRC interface, which can subsequently be modified by users.


COhort cOmmunity Research and Development Infrastructure Network for Access Throughout Europe

01/04/2021 - 31/03/2025

COORDINATE will facilitate improved access to existing survey data on child wellbeing, increase longitudinal survey capacity across Europe, extend the Growing Up in Digital Europe (GUIDE/Eurocohort) survey network, and initiate the GUIDE survey with a large-scale cohort pilot survey in Croatia, Finland, France and Ireland. COORDINATE brings together 19 partners from 14 countries that will initiate the community of researchers and organisations that will drive forward the coordinated development of comparative birth cohort panel survey research in Europe.


Assessment of the channels of information and their use in the posting of workers

01/09/2022 - 28/02/2024

The aim of the Info-POW project is to identify and assess new as well as existing challenges and needs of undertakings in the construction sector in five countries in accessing and using relevant information regarding the process of posting workers. It is a joint research project of 5 research institutions and associated partners from Austria, Belgium, Italy, Slovakia, Slovenia and EU social partners addressing the third objective of the call, i.e., to promote the evidence basis through the collection and evaluation of original data in the posting of workers.


Supporting INclusive development of community-based long-term CARE services through multi-stakeholder participatory approaches

01/11/2020 - 31/10/2023

InCARE will contribute to a coherent approach to the development of LTC policy and care services at local and regional level by establishing socially innovative and participatory decision-making processes bringing together multiple stakeholders.


External expertise for the project “FELM” - Better Functioning of the European Construction Labour Market

22/09/2021 - 31/05/2023

The European Centre teams is responsible for conducting the research for the project Better Functioning of the European Construction Labour Market (FELM) implemented by the European Federation of Building and Woodworkers (EFBWW) and the European Construction Industry Federation (FIEC). This study aims to assess European labour market challenges linked to the increased number of non-EU companies and workers on the European construction sector, scrutinizing both businesses’ challenges and workers’ challenges.