Aigul Alieva

Aigul Alieva
Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research | LISER

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Although a number of policies tackling educational inequalities have been introduced in recent decades in Europe, educational inequalities exist to a varying extent both in different sub- and supranational contexts. In this article, we address the link between social and educational policies with respect to educational inequalities. Educational pol...
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The paper analyses the level of participation in voluntary associations (measured by levels of joining and volunteering) of third-country nationals (TCN) in Luxembourg. We compare two groups of TCN (Cape Verdeans, and ex-Yugoslavians) with native residents and selected groups of EU immigrants. We use propensity score matching to estimate intergroup...
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LISER presented the Growing Inequalities' Impacts (GINI) country report for Luxembourg. Even if the country can still be considered a low inequality country by international standards, this trend is a potential source of concern. Several factors may explain the increase in income inequality. Income source decomposition analysis reveals that the rel...
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Although many studies have concluded that men and women differ in their attitudes towards immigrants, no research has yet examined the mechanisms behind these differences. This paper provides an analysis of how specific immigration-related perceived threats (job competition, threats to the majority culture, sustainability of the welfare system, and...
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Anti-immigration sentiments have been extensively studied in recent years. Empirical studies showed that the out-group size together with the general economic condition of the host country determines the extent and the intensity of the anti-immigrant perception. While nearly all studies concluded that men and women differ in their perceptions, ther...
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In den letzten Jahrzehnten sind die europäischen Gesellschaften aufgrund interner wie auch globaler Herausforderungen einem turbulenten wirtschaftlichen und politischen Wandel ausgesetzt. Dieser Wandel zieht zudem Veränderungen der wohlfahrtsstaatlichen Strukturen nach sich — in den meisten Fällen hin zur Kürzung von pauschalen Sozialleistungen und...

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