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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. EDUWORKS brings together researchers from several academic disciplines. namely: Labour Economics, Sociology of Occupations, HRM, Lifelong Learning. Increasing segments of the demand side and the supply side of the labour market are digitized, ranging from job sites and cv’s at Facebook and Linkedin to extensive databases with job descriptions and related skills demands.

These developments have led to Knowledge Management and educational challenges in these matching processes. Specifically, EDUWORKS will focus on matching processes at three levels and on one overarching topic:

  • 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



June 30 2014, First Eduworks publication!

We got our first publication in the frame of Eduworks accepted for publication and printing! It was written by Cristian Weber, Eduworks PhD student at Corvinno.

May 23 2014, EDEN conference '14

The annual EDEN Conference will take place in Zagreb on 11th June, Dr. Gábor Kismihók (project manager of Eduworks) will represent Eduworks there.

May 13 2014, The Master in Webdatametrics

On behalf of WebDataNet Task Force 12 Master in Webdatametrics Academic Board, we are very happy to inform you that the Registration processof the first edition of The Master in Webdatametrics, web based data collection and analysis was open the 5th of May and will continue until the 30th of June 2014.

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