In the framework of the Youth Employment PartnerSHIP project, Collegio Carlo Alberto is looking for a PhD student/young researcher to work on the topic of youth employment and labour market policies evaluation.
The call is addressed to PhD students/young researchers from the project’s beneficiary countries (Poland, Hungary, and Spain) with research interests in the field of labour economics, with a focus on labour market policies for the youth. Knowledge of Italian is not necessary.
The internship will begin September 2021 and, if sanitary conditions related to COVID-19 hold, it will be held totally or partially in presence. The visiting periods will last up to 3 months. The period may be fractioned and must be completed by June 2022. The place of work will be the Collegio Carlo Alberto in Turin (Italy).
The topic of research will be the labour market of youth in Italy and Europe and the effects of COVID-19 pandemic, with special attention to gender issues, on the Italian Labour Force Survey and/or the European Labour Force Survey. Topics of interest for the candidate could be taken into consideration, conditional on the belonging to the project framework. Additionally, the studies could be conducted on data of the European Survey on Income and Living Conditions.
The visiting student will have the opportunity to attend seminars held at the Collegio Carlo Alberto and University of Turin, interact with the local faculty on her/his research topics and have the possibility to present in a seminar at the Collegio Carlo Alberto or University of Turin.
The program will cover travel and accommodation expenses, as well as a daily fee.
Application should be sent by 30 June 2021 to the email: email@example.com, and should include a CV and a (max) one-page research statement including research interests as well as main qualifications with regard to this call.
Youth employment partnerSHIP - evaluation studies in Spain, Hungary, Italy and Poland” project benefits from 1,8 million euro grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment. The Fund supports international project initiatives that promote sustainable and quality youth employment in Europe.