Friday, December 2, 2016

International Symposium on the Transition from School to Work and Its Impact on Later Lifetime Income

This symposium is jointly organized by the Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia and Curtin University, Australia. The goal of this symposium is to facilitate a discussion of issues relating to the transition from school to work, its effects on lifetime income and the associated policy challenges both in Indonesia and elsewhere in the developing and developed world.

The symposium will showcase relatively new work on variations in school to work transitions and how these affect the lifetime prospects of men and women, individuals from different social classes and across urban and rural areas. New work on skill mismatch, labor market outcomes and policy will also feature in the symposium.

The challenges, prospects and policy issues arising from the expansion of the education sector in Indonesia will be discussed by our panel of esteemed guest speakers.
The symposium will provide opportunities for researchers to disseminate and discuss their latest research, receive constructive feedback and establish a network for future collaborative research.

Government bodies, academic institutions, professional association, industries, and other individuals and organizations concerns related to labor market.

Author may present paper in the following sub-themes, but not limited to:
Education and labour market outcomes
Factors contributing to successful transitions from school to work
Skill mismatch and earning penalties
Health gradients and labour market outcomes
Research topics are not limited to the above major themes. The symposium is open to any substantive papers that deal with the topics of education and/or the labor market in Indonesia and other comparable developing countries.

Call For Paper
The committee invites participants to present their papers in the conference.
Prospective authors should initially submit abstracts that include title, consists of around 350 words in English, keywords, and author(s)' detailed information through the website
Each submitted abstract will go through a blind peer-review process, of which the notification of acceptance will be given.
Full papers consist of 8-10 pages (1.5 spacing), comprising title, abstract, introduction (background and formulation of problems), discussion, conclusion, and references.
Individual presentation is about 30 minutes, comprising 20 minutes of presentation and 10 minutes of discussion.
All accepted papers will be published in ISSTW Proceeding. The conference organisers will pursue opportunities to publish a selection of papers from the conference in an edited book.

Important Date
Abstract submission deadline :
30 Des 2016
Notification of acceptance :
10 Jan 2017
Fullpaper submission deadline :
25 Jan 2017
Registration deadline :
25 Jan 2017
Event Date :
9th to 10th February 2017

No comments:

Post a Comment

Contact us for Media Publicity

Coordinating a conference/seminar/workshop is a strenuous task for organizers as it demands a huge amount of organizers time in promoting the event for its success.
Not to worry anymore as we are here to make things easy for you. We pledge to simplify your task of coordinating conference/seminar/workshop through proper and systematic publicity for its wider reach and participation.
Our website with a nominal charge will take care of publicizing the event more effectively, ensuring an overwhelming participation for the event around the world, without making organizers to spend time on promoting the event. Those who are interested can contact us at