Usted está aquí

Please consent to cookies in order to use the reading list

Labour market mobility and skill mismatch in EU labour markets

AO/RPA/KPOUL-GRUSSO/Mobility and Skill Mismatch/011/13

The purpose of the contract is to undertake a quantitative empirical investigation of the causal relationship between different measures of labour market mobility/transitions of individuals and the incidence and trend of their skill mismatch. To derive multivariate regression estimates of the relationship between skill development and accumulation (acquired via formal initial and continuing vocational education and training, and non-formal or informal learning), labour market mobility and skill mismatch. As a minimum requirement the study should use the European dataset that contains a longitudinal data collection component, namely the EU Survey on Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC). Available data from the year 2004 until the most recently available wave released from Eurostat should be explored, covering all countries included in the dataset. The aim of this tender is to enhance the evidence-base and to assess the validity of policies emphasising skill development and labour market mobility as strategies for mitigating skill mismatch in EU Member States

This call has been published in the Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union, ref. 2013/S 132-227576 of 10/07/2013

Deadline of submitting tenders: 10/09/2013 (17h00 for hand-delivered tenders).

Requests for additional information/clarification should be received by 02/09/2013.

The answers to such requests, if any, will be published under this banner, therefore please visit Cedefop's website frequently for updates.
If you are downloading these documents from our website, kindly send us an e-mail ( ) notifying us.


Contract award notice LMM

EN96.76 KB

Clarifications 2 Mobility

EN130.98 KB

Clarifications 1 Mobility

EN134.09 KB

Tender dossier mobility and skill mismatch

EN1.18 MB

Call details

AO/RPA/KPOUL-GRUSSO/Mobility and Skill Mismatch/011/13

For any questions or clarifications, please read the frequently asked questions first, before contacting the procurement service by email mail