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Seventh Consortium Meeting in Brussels, 2016

On 23 November 2016, the project Coordinator – Professor Marco Giugni – and the UNIGE team hosted the seventh LIVEWHAT Consortium meeting at in Brussels. At the meeting, the teams discussed papers which are built on findings about individual responses to crises under Workpackage 6. In addition, the teams discussed post-project publication and data exploitation plans. Continue reading »

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Handbook of Good Practices

LIVEWHAT findings provide evidence-based knowledge about citizens‘ resilience in times of economic crises, allowing for more effective policy responses to the negative consequences of such crises. The project examined the ways in which European citizens have reacted to the recent crisis that, at different degrees of intensity in different countries, has struck Europe since 2008, … Continue reading »

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Research Activities

LIVEWHAT undertakes the following research activities : Workpackage 1 – Defining, identifying, and measuring crises by setting forward an operational definition and a set of indicators that will enable researchers to detect and compare the impact of crises on European societies. See a full description of Workpackage 1 Workpackage 2 – Comparing national policy responses to crises through interviews with policy-makers and the study … Continue reading »