Konrad Turek won LIVES Best Paper Award for young scholars

21 September 2021

NIDI researcher Konrad Turek was awarded the LIVES 2021 Best Paper Award for young scholars for his paper entitled “Participation in training at older ages: A European perspective on path dependency in life course trajectories” published with Kène Henkens in the journal Advances in Life Course Research. The study considers path dependency to understand the life course and structural origins of later-life inequalities. 

In order to stimulate advances in the areas of vulnerability and life course studies, the Swiss Centre of Expertise in Life Course Research LIVES encourages scholars to apply to the LIVES Best Paper Award for Early Scholars and present the paper at the annual Society for Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies (SLLS) conference.

The article is available in open access: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.alcr.2020.100396.

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