Please submit your abstract (2000 characters maximum – including research questions, methodology applied, main results) and biography (1200 characters maximum) electronically below by 2 July.
Presented analytical work should preferably be empirical and cover the EU, or be based on methodologies that could be scaled up at EU-level. The methods and data used should be shortly presented in the abstracts.
Abstracts will be reviewed by the SSM team, which includes representatives from the European Commission, ICF Consulting and HIVA. Abstracts will be assessed based on their quality and relevance to the work of the SSM team.
As the SSM Research Seminar will take place online, invited speakers will be pre-recording their presentation (20 minutes), which will be made available to participants in advance following a blended learning approach(one presenter per paper in case of co-authored papers). During the online Research Seminar, speakers will be given the opportunity to respond to questions from the audience and actively participate in the discussion with economists and analysts working in policy-making organisations and their academic peers.