by Aistė Balžekienė
by Aušrius Juozapavičius
by Jurgita Jurkevičienė
by University of Stavanger, 2018 webinar with Professor T.Aven
by Aušrius Juozapavičius
RiskLab Finland is a research group at Arcada and a research laboratory of Infolytika Ventures, with the objective to study and develop the fields of risk analysis through machine learning and visual analytics.
The Centres for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment (ELY Centres) are responsible for the regional implementation and development tasks of the central government.
Political Geography, Vol 21, Iss 3, 2002
This investigation of the construction and operationalisation of state sovereignty in Estonia specifies how international integration is constituted in the Estonian sovereignty discourse, particularly how the inside and the outside of the state are demarcated in that discourse.
Burnett et al. (2013)
International Journal for Quality in Health Care, 25(1), pp. 1-7
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 43, 2005
The regimes of discrimination against Russophones in Estonia and Latvia are examined to demonstrate that in certain conditions of inter-ethnic conflict, the model does not work as predicted. In deeply divided societies the mass migration of a minority can be intentionally promoted by a majority regime of discrimination.
American Ethnologist, 32: 2005
In this article is examined how territorial imaginary conflating culture, territory, nation, and security allows “elites of statecraft” in Europe to frame citizenship and integration policy as (inter)national security matters.
by University of Stavanger, 2015 Animated Presentation Written By Professor T. Aven
This report provides comprehensive data and in-depth analysis of political, financial and economic risk.
Journal of Baltic Studies, Vol 33, Iss 1, 2002
Findings from the Norbalt living conditions surveys in Estonia and Latvia are used to examine whether persons without Estonian and Latvian citizenship are at greater risk of social exclusion than citizens in these two countries. the level of integration into the labor market, participation in civil society and political life, degree of social isolation, and the level of economic resources among the two groups are analyzed.
Tiit Tammaru &Hill Kulu
Eurasian Geography and Economics, Vol 44, Iss. 2, 2003
Two European geographers survey the change in numbers, location, and composition of Estonia's non-titular population utilizing census returns for the period 1934-2000. Much attention is devoted to an investigation of return migration of non-Estonians to other FSU republics in the 1990s. Also covered are changes in the spatial distribution of Estonia's minorities and the dynamics of age structure as a result of its natural evolution, the sharp decline in fertility, and emigration of younger cohorts. Additionally, the authors also investigate trends in employment affecting the country's principal ethnic minorities.
Hill Kulu &Francesco Billari
Regional studies, Vol.38, Iss 6, 2010
In this paper the determinants of internal migration in Estonia, a multicultural society, during the transition period (1989-94) is studied. It is shown that both personal and contextual (potentially time-varying) factors are important in determining migration propensity.
Jaan Masso et al.
International Journal of Manpower, Vol. 35 Iss: 6, 2014
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the effect of temporary migration on the upward occupational mobility by using a novel database from Estonia.
The findings imply that the benefits of temporary migration from Eastern to Western Europe on the sending country via the returnees’ labour market performance might be limited, yet it does not exclude the benefits of return migration through other mechanism.
Marit Rõõm, 2002
The current paper analyses unemployment and labour movements between labour market statuses in the period of January 1997 to July 2000 using data from the Estonian Labour Force Surveys. The results from the paper indicate that unemployment rate and labour mobility measure have inverse relationship, both in aggregate and disaggregate level.
In 2013, the Ministry of Social Affairs (MoSA) ordered for the fifth time a survey to determine the migration potential of Estonia’s working-age population, i.e. the number of persons in Estonia who firmly intend to work abroad and have made preparations to this end.
Labour Inspectorate of Estonia compiles the overview of the current state of work environment each year. The document shows the trends of occupational accidents and work-related diseases, talks about the results of state supervision in health and safety issues, results of advisory services and descriptions of prevention and information campaigns.
The webpage presents data on news about activities concerning health system development in Estonia as well as health data statistics, publications on health politics and describes the role of WHO Country Office.
This document is compiled by specialists of National Institute for Health Development, in collaboration with Ministry of Social Affairs and Statistics Estonia. The document summarizes selected data on health and wellbeing in Estonia, in comparison with European Union (EU-27)
average. The aim is to present comparable and standardized health indicators. This information gives input to the regional planning of services for improving the health and well-being of inhabitants.
The document talks about alcohol market, consumption and harms in Estonia and discusses negative consequences for society related to alcohol consumption, inhabitants’ attitudes towards national alcohol policy and presents alcohol statistics in the Nordic countries and Baltic states.
Health in the Baltic Countries 2015
The report is the 24th edition of the series and is aimed at providing a basis for the comparison of health statistics of the three Baltic states – Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The report presents an overview of the Baltics’ health-related indicators in 2015 compared with previous years.
Injuries in Estonia 2016 (leaflet)
The leaflet provides the overview of injures in Estonia – statistics by National Institute of Health Development.
The survey was commissioned by Ministry of Social Affairs. The summary reports the results of the survey - spread of dangerous chemicals, awareness of handling requirements and working environment related activities in Estonia.
As indicated above, society’s attitude towards the employment of the elderly needs to be changed. To increase the employment of the elderly, it is important to combine the improvement of health, change attitudes, encourage lifelong learning and adjust the workplaces and the working time of the elderly in such a manner that they fit the needs of the employee.
This review shall provide a detailed overview of the changes on the Estonian labour market in 2012 and shall also provide a comparison with other countries.
EU-OSHA’s European Survey of Enterprises on New and Emerging Risks (ESENER) is an extensive survey that looks at how European workplaces manage safety and health risks in practice.
This article discusses some of the opportunities and challenges that the Estonian Council presidency is facing during its first term in 2017
This is a governance tool where the disaster risk management system of Estonia is examined on an equal basis by experts from other countries.
The study focuses on the representation of workers’ interests in health and safety as experienced by representatives themselves, by their fellow workers and by their employers and managers. It is based on in-depth interviews with these participants in 143 different establishments in seven EU member states: Belgium, Estonia, Greece, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.