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Country selection known for WP3

In work package 3, ImPRovE researchers from AUEB and ISER will analyse the impact on poverty and inequality of the crisis and the austerity measures taken since 2007. More in particular, they will extend the available policy scenarios in the European tax-benefit microsimulation model 
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Stay informed and follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn

As part of our dissemination strategy, earlier this week we have launched an ImPRovE page on several social media. From now on, you can follow us and discuss about ImPRove both on Facebook and on LinkedIn. Both webpages are also accessible using the icons in the top frame of the ImPRo
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European Reference budgets also for Italy

Within ImPRovE we will develop for the first time cross-nationally comparable reference budgets. In June last year, PSiTIC joined ImPRovE as a voluntary partner for developing reference budgets for Spain, in line with the methodology developed in the ImPRovE project. Now, also the Ita
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Country selection for WP2

In work package 2, ImPRovE researchers from ISER and LSE-CASE, with input from TÁRKI, AUEB and CSB will develop and analyse counterfactual scenarios for estimating the impact of policy reform on the evolution of poverty between 2001 and 2011. More in particular, they will extend the a
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New ImPRovE partner

In June 2012 the research group PSiTIC joined the ImPRovE Consortium as a voluntary partner for work package 13. PSiTIC, Research Group of Social Pedagogy and Information and Communication Technologies is based at the Universitat Ramon Llull (Blanquerna) in Barcelona, Spain. With the
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ImPRovE kick-off

ImPRovE was officially launched on 1st March 2012 and in May 2012 we held the ImPRovE kick-off meeting in Antwerp. In total, 35 researchers from all over Europe attended the meeting. After an introduction to the ImPRovE project by the ImPRovE coordinator prof. Bea Cantillon, the meeti
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