The workshop presents recent research on unemployment and well-being. Theoretical and empirical work from different disciplines – in particular economics, psychology and sociology – is very welcome. The scientific committee encourages in particular submissions of papers on the following topics:
- the impacts of unemployment on cognitive, psychological and emotional well-being as well as on health
- resilience, coping resources and coping strategies
- subjective well-being, job search and labor market policies
- methodological progress in the collection of data on subjective well-being
- study design and causal identification of well-being effects
The deadline for submissions is 30 September 2017. For more details see Call for Papers.