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Network of European Labour Market Research Institutes

About us

ELMI is the Network of European Labour Market Research Institutes. It was founded in October 2022 by eleven European institutes dedicated to the study of labor markets and employment with a focus on policy advice.

ELMI constitutes a platform for the continuous exchange of ideas, data and staff. Its members initiate common research projects and joint publications from various fields and disciplines of labour market research. ELMI organises a yearly conference and other regular events on labour market research.


Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education

Prague (Czeck Republic)

Center for Research in Economics and Statistics

Paris (France)

Fundación de Estudios de Economía Aplicada

Madrid (Spain)

Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung

Nürnberg (Germany)

Institute for Structural Research

Warsaw (Poland)

The Institute for Evaluation of Labour Market and Education Policy

Uppsala (Sweden)

The Institute for Fiscal Studies

London (United Kingdom)

Institut des Politiques Publiques

Paris (France)

Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research

Esch-sur-Alzette (Luxembourg)

Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market

Maastricht (Netherlands)

Institute of Economic Research

Helsinki (Finland)


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4th ELMI Policy Talk

29 May 2024

1:00 - 2:00 pm (CET)

Didier Fouarge (ROA)
Career guidance and study choice in vocational education: Do labour market prospects of education programmes matter?

Malte Sandner (IAB)
German Career orientation study: Career and study choices

Thomas Breda (PSE)
Do female role models reduce the gender gap in science? Evidence from French high school

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Meeting-ID: 303 277 7955

2nd ELMI Conference : Securing Skilled Workforces in Europe

1 and 2 October 2024 in Brussels

With Policy Sessions on “Mobility and Migration”, “Vocational Educational Training & Further Training”, “Demographic Change & Participation”, and “Transformation & Future of Work” as well as a Panel Discussion on “Does the EU provide the conditions we need for a strong and resilient European labour market?”

Registration will be open from the first half of June.