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IRISS-C/I acting evaluators

The proposals submitted to IRISS-C/I are reviewed by a selection committee in order to assess the proposals' scientific quality and the feasibility of the project. The following researchers currently form the pool of evaluators regularly acting as members of the selection committee.

external evaluators

  • Dr. Stephen Bazen
    Groupement de Recherche en Économie Quantitative d'Aix-Marseille (GREQAM) , Université de la Méditerranée (France)
    Fields of expertise: applied econometrics
  • Dr. Valérie Bérenger
    Faculty of Law & Economics, CEMAFI (Centre d’Etudes en Macroéconomie et Finance Internationale) , University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis ()
    Fields of expertise: multidimensional poverty, fuzzy sets, social security and pensions policies
  • Prof. Martin Biewen
    Statistics , University of Mainz ()
    Fields of expertise: statistics, microeconometrics, labor economics, income distribution
  • Prof. Sally Bould
    Department of Sociology , University of Delaware ()
    Fields of expertise: Sociology of Family ( poverty, work, gender issues and family policy);Gerontology (health, retirement, income, gender)
  • Prof. Enrica Chiappero-Martinetti
    Faculty of Political Science , University of Pavia ()
    Fields of expertise: multidimensional poverty & income inequality; capabilities approach; fuzzy sets; gender issues; income (re)distribution
  • Dr. Lynn P. Cooke
    School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research , Kent University ()
    Fields of expertise: Gender Stratification and Gender Equity; Life Course Analysis; Gendered Division of Labour and Family Outcomes
  • Dr. Conchita D'Ambrosio
    Istituto di Economia Politica , Universita Bocconi (Italy)
    Fields of expertise: income distribution; polarisation; social exclusion; poverty; wealth distribution
  • Prof. Dr. Dieter Ferring
    Integrative Research Unit: Social and Individual Development (INSIDE) , Université du Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
  • Dr. Didier Fouarge
    Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA) , Maastricht University ()
    Fields of expertise: labour market; income and poverty dynamics; applied microeconomic research; social security and welfare state
  • Dr. Joachim Frick
    German Socio-Economic Panel Study (GSOEP) , DIW Berlin (Germany)
    Fields of expertise: immigration; social policy; population economics; housing; income distribution
  • Dr. Antoine Haag
    , Luxembourg Income Study and STATEC (Luxembourg)
    Fields of expertise: Labour market, Human Capital, Epistemology, Microeconomics, Health economics
  • Dr. Georges Heinrich
    Ministère des Finances
    Fields of expertise: poverty; taxation
  • Dr. Vincent Hildebrand
    Department of Economics , Glendon College, York University (Canada)
    Fields of expertise: Labour economics; Microeconometrics
  • Prof. Dr. Claude Houssemand
    Department of Psychology , Université du Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
    Fields of expertise: education, vocational training, employment, unemployment policy, labor market, psychology
  • Prof. Markus Jäntti
    Department of Economics , Abo Akademi University (Finland)
    Fields of expertise: Applied econometrics, income distribution, poverty
  • Dr. Bruno Jeandidier
    Faculté de Droit Sciences économiques et Gestion , Université de Nancy II (France)
    Fields of expertise: family policies; economic of family, welfare transfers; poverty
  • Prof. Stephen Jenkins
    Institute for Social and Economic Research , University of Essex (United Kingdom)
    Fields of expertise: income distribution; labour market; time use; benefits and taxes; applied microeconometrics
  • Dr. Rafael Lalive
    DEEP / Internef , University of Lausanne (Switzerland)
    Fields of expertise: labour market; evaluation; causal analysis
  • Dr. Wolfgang Lenger
    Halle-Wittenberg Institute of Sociology , Martin-Luther-University ()
    Fields of expertise: Methods of social research and applied statistics: Logit, Structural-Equation and Multilevel Models; Criminology
  • Prof. Ruud Muffels
    Tilburg Institute for Social Security Research , Tilburg University (The Netherlands)
    Fields of expertise: labour market; ageing; poverty and income dynamics; social security; welfare state
  • Prof. Franco Peracchi
    SEFEMEQ , University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy)
    Fields of expertise: econometrics; labour market
  • Prof. Javier Ruiz-Castillo
    Dep. de Economia , Universidad Carlos III (Spain)
    Fields of expertise: income distribution; social welfare; taxation; microeconomics; econometrics
  • Prof. Panos Tsakloglou
    Department of International and European Economic Studies , Athens University of Economics and Business (Greece)
    Fields of expertise: Inequality; Poverty; Redistribution; Social Exclusion; Education; Human Capital
  • Dr. Tracey Warren
    School of Sociology & Social Policy, Faculty of Social Sciences, Law and Education , University of Nottingham ()
    Fields of expertise: sociology of work & employment; social inequality in income; gender, class, ethnicity; gendered & classed time poverty

internal evaluators

  • Ms. Aigul Alieva
    IMPALLA
  • Mr. Frédéric Berger
    Population et emploi
  • Dr. Alessio Fusco
    IMPALLA
  • Dr. Philippe Gerber
    GEODE
  • Dr. Claudia Hartmann
    Population et emploi
  • Dr. Nizamul Islam
    Population et emploi
  • Ms. Blandine Lejealle
    Population et emploi
  • Dr. Dimitris Pavlopoulos
    IMPALLA
  • Dr. Nicolas Poussing
    Entreprises
  • Mr. Gunther Schmaus
    CHER/LCDB
  • Dr. Eva Sierminska
    IRISS
  • Dr. Marie Valentova
    IMPALLA
  • Dr. Philippe Van Kerm
    IRISS
  • Dr. Bart Verbelen
    IMPALLA
  • Mr. Uwe Warner
    LCDB
  • Prof. Don Williams
    Department of Economics , Kent State University (USA)
  • Ms. Mireille Zanardelli
    Population et emploi

external advisors

External advisors are representatives of other research infrastructures in the social sciences running EU-funded visiting researchers programmes. In order to improve cooperation and coordination of our activities, external advisors are informed of the applications submitted (yet do not take part of the selection process directly).

  • Ekkehard Mochmann
    ZA-Eurolab, Central Archive for Empirical Social Research, University of Cologne (Germany)
  • Marcia Taylor
    ECASS, Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex (UK)