SASE mini-conference

On the initiative of the soeb network, a mini-conference on the topic of social reporting was held in the context of the 27th annual meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE), between the 2nd and 4th July 2015 at the LSE in London. Under the title “Inequality of What? Social Monitoring and the Difficult Choice of Analytical Concepts and an Implementable Metric”, researches from within and from outside of the soeb network presented and discussed their work in three panels. Panel 1 dealt with multidimensional and longitudinal measurement of poverty and inequality. The second panel discussed the subjective dimension of well-being and its place in well-being measurement. The last panel was about different concepts of well-being measurement like Quality of Life, Capability, Participation and Precarity. The panel where organised and moderated by members of the soeb network.

The programme and the presentations can be found in the download space at the right hand side.

Documents
program PDF
Presentations
Ortrud Leßmann, Peter Bartelheimer: Capability, participation and precarity as concepts in socio-economic reporting. PDF