CONFERENCES

Selected Conference Presentations

2020

  • The role of training and supportive company environment for postponement of retirement decisions, Towards inclusive careers across the lifespan, SGM Seminar, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

2019

  • Comparing Path Dependency in Lifecourse Trajectories: Training Participation in Older Age, Society for Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies (SLLS), Potsdam, Germany 

  • Comparative Analysis of Path Dependency and Accumulation of Inequalities over the Life Course: Training in Older Age, European Consortium of Sociological Research (ECSR) Annual Conference, Lausanne, Switzerland 

  • Access to Training in Older Age: Using Bayesian Hierarchical Modelling in a Comparative Lifecourse Perspective, Conference "14th Conference of the European Sociological Association", Manchester, United Kingdom

  • How to Measure Age Discrimination in Recruitment - Linking Stereotypes, Skill Requirements and Employability, 8th Conference of the European Survey Research Association, Zagreb, Croatia

  • Monitoring the Lifelong Learning in Europe – (In)Comparability of Indicators and Implications for European and Local Public Policies, 8th Conference of the European Survey Research Association, Zagreb, Croatia

  • The Role of Age Skill Stereotypes in Recruitment of Older Workers: Evidence from Employers’ Data, Conference “International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG-ER)”, Gothenburg, Sweden

  • The pro-active shift in age management: Evidence from Dutch companies 2009-2017, Conference IAGG-ER, Gothenburg, Sweden

2018

  • Effect of Training for Old-Age Employment and Retirement Transitions: Comparative Longitudinal Evidence from Share Data, Conference “XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology”, organised by International Sociological Association (ISA), Toronto, Canada

  • Role of Human Capital Investments in Older Age for Employment and Retirement – Comparative Longitudinal Perspective (SHARE data), Conference “European Population Conference”, The European Association for Population Studies (EAPS), Brussels, Belgium

  • Effect of job requirements for the recruitment chances of older people: evidence on age stereotypes from employers’ data, Conference “Demographics, Immigration and the Labor Market”, Institute for Employment Research (IAB) and Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) and DFG Labor Network, Nürnberg, Germany

  • Path Dependency in Training Participation in Older Age: Longitudinal European Perspective, Conference “Dutch Demography Day”, Utrecht, Netherlands

  • The Questionnaire Effect in Surveys on Lifelong Learning: Methods of Evaluation and Implications for Research, Conference “Midterm Conference ‘Quantitative Methods: Potentials and Limits of Quantitative Research in the Social Sciences’”, European Sociological Association, Krakow, Poland

  • The Role of Training for Old-Age Work Trajectories –Comparative Longitudinal Evidence from Share Data, Conference “Midterm Conference ‘Ageing in Europe’”, European Sociological Association, Brno, Czech Republic

2017

  • Can lifelong learning help to decrease socio-economic inequalities in ageing societies?, Demography, Ageing and Health Conference, University of Oxford, UK

2016

  • Employer – a forgotten actor in the studies on ageing. The meaning of workers’ age and the role of employers, European Sociological Association Midterm Conference: Ageing in Europe, Frankfurt, Germany

2015

  • Co starzenie się ludności oznacza dla firm? [Population ageing – what does mean for companies?], Human Capital Study Conference, Warszawa, Poland

2014                                       

  • The role of employers in retirement decisions of workers, Between Work and Retirement Conference, Kraków, Poland

2013 

  • Rynek pracodawcy czy rynek pracownika? [Employer’s or employee’s labour market?], Challanges for the Polish Labour Market, Warszawa, Poland

  • Kształcenie przez całe życie a wymagania zmieniającego się rynku pracy [Lifelong learning and the changing labour market], Human Capital Study Conference, Toruń, Poland

2012      

  • Pragmatyzm Charlesa S. Peirce’a i jego implikacje dla socjologii, Koło Krakowskie, Kraków

  • Wykształcenie, doświadczenie, kompetencje – co się liczy na rynku pracy? [Education, expirience, competences – what counts on the labour market?], Human Capital for Poland, Warszawa, Poland

  • Transition from education to labour market in Poland, International Research Seminar in Sociology, Research Methods and Criminology, Linz, Austria

2011      

  • Age, skills and productivity – perspective of employers, Conference of the European Sociological Association, Geneva, Switzerland

  • Working caregivers among polish population 50+, Conference of the European Sociological Association, Geneva, Switzerland

  • Potencjał i plany zawodowe Polaków [Potential and career plans of Poles], „Human Capital Study Conference”, Warszawa, Poland

  • The ageing workforce - perspective of employers, EUSOC - 9th International Doctoral Seminar in Social Sciences, Telc, Czech Republic

2010                                       

  • Older Workers in Polish Companies – Approaches, Strategies and Actions of Private and Public Institutions, International Sociological Association World Congress of Sociology, Goteborg, Sweden

  • Działania pracodawców na rzecz aktywizacji potencjału osób starszych [Actions of employers for activation of older people potential], Seniors’ Life in the XXI century – Gerontological Conference, Łódź, Poland.

  • Aktywizacja potencjału osób starszych w Polsce – perspektywa pracodawców [Activation of older people potential], Polish Sociological Assocciation Conference, Kraków, Poland

2009                                           

  • Discovering pragmatism, discovering method. Between Grounded Theory and methodology of social sciences, Conference of the European Sociological Association”, Lisbon, Portugal.

  • Pragmatic Methodology. Ch. S. Peirce, H. Kreutz and the process of discovering pragmatism, Sociology, Education and Economy in Eastern and Central Europe, Kraków, Poland

Konrad Turek, PhD | Sociology | Work & Ageing Research 

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