Project duration: 
2022 - 2025

Project The National Institute for Research on the Socioeconomic Impact of Diseases and Systemic Risks (SYRI)  was supported by the program EXCELES.

No: LX22NPO5101

The project focuses on social science and related disciplines specifically targeting the social and economic impacts of systemic health risks, including similar risks of pandemics of the COVID-19 type, i.e. collectively focused on the issue of:
1. the functioning of public administration, communication of public administration with the public and the behaviour of society in situations of health risk,
2. the effectiveness of health care, lifestyle and other socio-economic determinants of health risks and
3. economic recovery from health or security crises in terms of economic policy, labour market and unemployment, human capital and education, or addressing the increase in poverty.

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politics (and political attitudes)
social inequalities
public policy
Grant agency: 
Government ministry project

Publikace vydané v rámci projektu (celkem 1, zobrazeno 1 - 1)

Olivier Godechot, Nils Neumann, Paula Apascaritei, István Boza, Martin Hallsten, Lasse Henriksen, Are Hermansen, Feng Hou, Jiwook Jung, Naomi Kodama, Alena Křížková, Zoltán Lippényi, Elvira Marta, Silvia Maja Melzer, Eunmi Mun, Halil Sabanci, Matthew Soener, Max Thaning

The upswing in finance in recent decades has led to rising inequality, but do downswings in finance lead to a symmetric decline in inequality? We analyze the asymmetry of the effect of ups and downs in finance, and the effect of increased capital requirements and the bonus cap on national earnings inequality. We use administrative employer–employee-linked data from 1990 to 2019 for 12 countries and data from bank reports, from 2009 to 2017 in 13 European countries.

economics, elites, gender, wages and incomes, social inequalities
Gender & Sociology
Typ publikace:
Article with impact factor