The Centre for European Labour Market Research (CELMR) was established in January 2000. It has established a reputation for high quality and policy relevant research in labour market economics. The Centre has provides important services for its members. These include on-line data sets service, which permit substantial savings in data management time, and annual workshops, which disseminate new techniques and develop the knowledge base of its membership and associated workshops for the PhD research students aimed at improving their research outcomes and promoting their presentational skills. The Centre welcomes others from within the School and the wider University to contribute to and benefit from its activities and services.
Professor Tim Barmby explains what the behaviour of taxi drivers, performance in piano competitions, and the payments made for archaeological finds in Northern Syria tell us about our labour supply.
Professor Keith Bender joins the University of Aberdeen Business School this Spring from Milwaukee. Keith is a renowned expert in the economics of labour markets and a valuable addition to the Department of Economics and the Centre for European Labour Market Research.