Amsterdam Centre for Inequality Studies (AMCIS)

Research Projects

AMCIS participates in the following research projects:

  • EQUALSOC -  Economic Change, Quality of Life and Social Cohesion (Funded by the Sixth Framework Programme of the European Commission)
  • VIDI - Productive Skills, Positional Good, or Social Closure? Three Mechanisms for the Education Effect across Structural Institutional Settings (Funded by the Netherlands' Organisation for Scientific Research NWO).
  • TransParent - International research cooperation for the study of the transition to parenthood (Funded by the Sixth Framework Programme of the European Commission / European Research Council).
  • APPARENT - Transition to parenthood: International and national studies of norms and gender division of work at the life course transition to parenthood (Funded by the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Commission / European Research Council).
  • Income Position of the Elderly in Different Welfare State Regimes - The Interdependence of Pension and Housing Policy Developments during the Period 1965-2004 (NWO Open Competition).
  • Educational Systems and Four Central Functions of Education - Study about the impact of four characteristics of educational systems on four central functions of education (Funded by the Netherlands' Organisation for Scientific Research NWO).
  • HOWCOME - The Interplay Between the Upward Trend in Home-Ownership and Income Inequality in Advanced Welfare Democracies: Interacting Causes and Consequences of Social Inequality in Different Institutional Settings (ERC Starting Grant).
  • ASPASIA - CITE women: Changing Institutions – Theory and Empirics Applied to Women in the Top (Funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research NWO).

 

Published by  AISSR

26 April 2017