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.



Institutional responses to drug demand in Central Europe

This publication analyses in both a country-oriented and comparative manner the main features of institutional settings towards the drug problem. The social perspective is considered essential for the development of effective drug policies and demand reduction strategies.


Families and the time squeeze

In reconciling family and working life, time as a resource is precious. Hence, working time regulations for all employees and those for working parents in particular impact on families' discretion with respect to time.



Irregular migration: Dynamics, impact, policy options

The volume collects the papers presented at the conference entitled 'Irregular Migration: Dynamics, Impact, Policy Options' that brought together researchers, government officials, and representatives of NGOs, international organizations and migrants organizations from Israel, Europe and North America.


Antisemitismus ohne Antisemiten

Neben aktiver Diskriminierungsbereitschaft und ihrer Hinnahme bestehen Klischees und Stereotypen über die Juden selbst ohne feindselige Vorurteile, verselbständigen sich symbolisch und wirken über Zerstörung der Umgangssprache und entsprechende Mystifikationen fort. Der Antisemitismus ohne Juden ist viel stärker in Regionen ohne jede Juden und bei Personen, die niemals persönlichen Kontakt zu Juden hatten.


Innovative employment initiatives

Innovative Employment Initiatives was the focus of an international expert meeting that was asked to work out a series of suggestions for the implementation of World Summit for Social Development (WSSD) Commitment 3 "to promote the goal of full employment". Leading economists and social scientists together with experts from governments, social partners and intergovernmental institutions looked for answers to the basic query of how to generate sufficient employment as to overcome mass unemployment.