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The objective of EDUWORKS is to train talented early-stage researchers in the socio-economic and psychological dynamics of the labour supply and demand matching processes at aggregated and disaggregated levels. 

  • Individual level fit between job demands - persons’ abilities
  • Meso-level employers’ demands for occupational skills versus occupational dynamics
  • European and national level labour supply and demand matches and mismatches
  • Knowledge Management for supply and demand matches



March 25 2015, ​Cedefop / IZA Workshop on Skills and Skill Mismatch: Call for papers

Skills are a key driver of labour market success, competitiveness and social inclusion for individuals, enterprises and societies. High-level skills are not only a prerequisite for employment, higher wages, productivity, innovation and continued economic growth; they also empower individuals to be active and productive members of society. Skills, however, need to keep up with rapid technological progress, organizational change in the workplace and labour market change. At the same time, there is a growing concern with the gaps between the skills provided by education and training systems, the needs of the current and future labour markets, and the extent to which such skill mismatches are a cause of high young unemployment rates. Those who wish to participate in the workshop (29-30 October 2015 in Thessaloniki) are invited to submit a complete paper by 15 July 2015 using the online application form. More information on the workshop and the call for papers  can be found here.

February 17 2015, New publication!

The paper "Labour Market DrivenLearning Analytics" penned by V Kobayashi, S T Mol and G Kismihok from the University of Amsterdam has been published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Learning Analytics. Read more at

January 07 2015, Webdatanet Conference

The Webdatanet Conference that will take place in Salamanca, Spain,  on 26 – 28 May 2015.

The conference will consist of paper presentation sessions, poster session, round tables and Task Force meetings. We encourage you to submit a paper either to the Eduworks session/workshop or to any other session you may be interested in. See the whole list of sessions and relevant information in the call for papers for the conference that can be found following the below link.

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