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Infrastructures for social sciences and humanities

EU funded infrastructures:

  • Culture and Value Revisited (2006-2008) - University of Bergen.
  • ECASS - European Centre for Analysis in the Social Sciences
  • ECHO - European Cultural heritage On line
  • EPAG - European Panel Analysis Group
  • EPUNet - Europanel users network
  • ESS - European Social Survey
  • NESSIE - Network of Economic and Social Sciences Infrastructures in Europe
  • EuReporting - a European-wide project with the long-term objective to create a science-based European System of Social Reporting and Welfare Measurement.
  • EUROMOD - European Tax-Benefit
  • EUSSIRF-LONDON - British Library of Political and Economic Science
  • MADIERA - Multilingual Access to Data Infrastructures of the European Research Area
  • MetaDater - Metadata Management and Production System for Empirical Socio-Economic Research
  • MICRESA - Micro -level analysis of the European Social Agenda: combating poverty and social exclusion through changes in social and fiscal policy
  • NET4SOCIETY - Trans-national co-operation among National Contact Points
  • PERINE - Pedagogical and Educational Research Information Network for Europe
  • SOCIALSCIENCESNET - Social Sciences Infrastructure Network

Other infrastructures and resources for social sciences and humanities

Journals

International Research Associations

  • ECSR - European Consortium for Sociological Research
  • ECPR - European Consortium for Political Research
    The ECPR is a private, scholarly association representing European political scientists. It creates the infrastructure essential for comparative research, training and cross-national cooperation.
  • NECSTS - Network of European Centers in Science and Technology Studies
    The Network of European Centres in Science and Technology Studies (NECSTS) began several years ago, initially as a group of universities interested in student exchanges under the ERASMUS student mobility scheme of the European Community, and keen to develop a stronger sense of European identity at the Master's and Doctoral level in this field. NECSTS shares an interest with EASST and with other institutions and networks in the field, in establishing science and technology studies as a recognizable and recognized field of academic and policy relevant teaching and research in Europe.
  • NECSTS - Network of European Centers in Science and Technology Studies
    The Network of European Centres in Science and Technology Studies (NECSTS) began several years ago, initially as a group of universities interested in student exchanges under the ERASMUS student mobility scheme of the European Community, and keen to develop a stronger sense of European identity at the Master's and Doctoral level in this field. NECSTS shares an interest with EASST and with other institutions and networks in the field, in establishing science and technology studies as a recognizable and recognized field of academic and policy relevant teaching and research in Europe.
  • EASST - The European Association for the Study of Science and Technology
    The purpose of EASST is to stimulate communication, exchange and collaboration in the field of studies of science and technology. Europe in a larger sense evinces a variety of scholarly, cultural, linguistic and political styles, which EASST aims to bridge by providing a forum for discussion, as well as cooperative efforts in research and teaching.
  • The European Inter-University Association on Society, Science & Technology
    The European Inter-University Association on Society, Science and Technology is an association of European universities interested in the critical, inter-disciplinary study of the relationship between society, science and technology and in the development of science,technology and innovation policy and practice proposals which are conducive to sustainable development, the improvement of the quality of the life and work of human beings, the enhancement of skill, and the attainment of full levels of employment.
  • Centre for Economic Policy research (CEPR)
    CEPR is a European economics research network, established in 1983. This network comprises over 450 Research Fellows and Affiliates, based in over 210 institutions in over 25 countries. CEPR helps its Research Fellows and Affiliates to develop and obtain funding for research projects, administer and execute the projects, and disseminate the results of the research.
  • ESA - European Sociological Association
    The ESA aims to facilitate sociological research, teaching and communication on European issues. The ESA is an academic association of sociologists and a non-profit Europe-wide association made up of over 700 members. It was established in the early 1990s in order of facilitate European sociological research, teach and communication, and to give sociology a voice in European affairs.
  • International Sociological Association
    The International Sociological Association (ISA) is a non-profit association for scientific purposes.
  • EEA - European Economic Association
    The EEA is an international scientific body, with membership open to all persons involved or interested in economics. Its main aim is foster closer links between theory-oriented and policy-oriented economists, as well as between students and more senior economists, from parts of Europe.
  • International Economic Association
  • The Central and East European International Studies Association