EQUALLIVES analyzes how education, labor market and family choices interact to structure accumulated advantage and disadvantage over the life course.
We focus on key turning points in early adulthood, examine their interrelation and explore the cumulative impact on individual and group inequalities.
We explore how cross-country economic and institutional differences affect inequality outcomes and life courses.
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European Union: Population Europe, Confederation of Family Organizations in the European Union (COFACE), OECD.
Denmark: The Economic Council of the Labour Movement, National Board of Social Services at the Ministry of Social Affairs.
Finland: Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of Education.
Germany: IAB at the Labor Ministry, Family Ministry.
Netherlands: Statistics Netherland, Social and Cultural Planning Bureau.
United Kingdom: Cabinet Office, Fawcett Society.
Other Stakeholders: Scientific Advisory Board, National policy networks.