Publications by Type: European Centre reports

The European Centre is publishing scientific reports, policy briefs, working papers, a bi-monthly newsletter and an Annual Report of Activities. Furthermore, individual researchers and research teams are distributing their findings regularly in books, peer-reviewed articles, blogs and stakeholder magazines.

Please refer to the Annual Report of Activities for earlier publications.

 

2020

Report on the classification of AHA stakeholders (D.T2.1.1)

European Centre reports

This report summarizes our work to classify AHA stakeholders and to develop a tool for the identification of actors involved in creating and applying policies as well as in developing initiatives and innovations for AHA in the AS project regions.

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Report on the AHA governance model (D.T2.1.2)

European Centre reports

This report presents a model for the governance of AHA in the AS. The aim of the model is to strengthen coordination, to support innovation in active ageing and to improve the overall effectiveness and efficiency of AHA governance in the AS.

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Report on the classification of AHA initiatives (D.T2.1.3)

European Centre reports

In this report, we classify AHA policies, initiatives and innovations to assist AS regional governments; help local governments in identifying initiatives for their territorial context; and support establishing an AHA innovation observatory.

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From Bosnia and Herzegovina to Austria via Slovenia: migration and posting of third country nationals in the EU

European Centre reports

We investigate the trend of posting third country nationals to work in the EU construction sector and focus on the specific labour mobility patterns between Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) as a third country, Slovenia as a sending country, and Austria as a receiving country.

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2019

Implementing the Posting of Workers Directive in the Western Balkans: An Institutional Analysis

European Centre reports

This report studies the process of transposition and implementation of the Posting of Workers Directive in the four candidate countries of the Western Balkans: Albania, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia. 

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