Projects - Migration and Migrants

Inclusive entrepreneurship 2017

The study examines policies and programmes in the field of inclusive entrepreneurship (target groups: youth, women, seniors, unemployed, migrants and people with disabilities) in Europe. Furthermore, strategies and measures to support entrepreneurship in these underrepresented groups are identified. The Austrian Institute for SME Research is again (like in 2016) responsible for the country report Austria.
On behalf of: OECD
Expected completion: 2017
Contact: Eva Heckl

Early-Intervention-Strategien und Ansätze in Deutschland - Good Practices und Empfehlungen für Österreich
Early Intervention strategies and measures in Germany

The situation on the labour market for specific population groups (low skilled persons, migrants, 50+, etc.) becomes more problematic. One of the political solutions is early intervention. To draft such measures effectively the study analyses early intervention measures in Germany and draws lessons learnt for Austria. Methods applied are literature and document analysis, expert interviews and case studies.
On behalf of: Public Employment Service Austria
Expected completion: 2017
Contact: Eva Heckl

Inclusive entrepreneurship 2016

The study presents policies and programmes in the field of inclusive entrepreneurship (target groups: youth, women, seniors, unemployed, migrants and people with disabilities) in Europe. The Austrian Institute for SME Research is responsible for the country report Austria.
On behalf of: OECD
Completed: 2016/10
Contact: Eva Heckl

Maßnahmen zur Verhinderung von Jugendarbeitslosigkeit in der Schweiz
Support measures against youth unemployment in Switzerland

Objectives of the study were the analysis of the employment situation of young people in Switzerland and the framework conditions at the labour market; the identification of good practices of support measures for young people at the labour market in Switzerland; and conclusions and lessons learnt for designing support measures for young people at the labour market in Austria.
On behalf of: Public Employment Service Austria
Completed: 2015/03
Contact: Eva Heckl