INVEST seminars and lectures

The research themes of INVEST course focuses on the multidisciplinary dimension of the INVEST project and utilises its leading experts in the fields of social sciences and beyond to achieve these goals. The objectives of the course are to introduce the topics, themes, methods and subprojects of the INVEST flagship project and to provide abroad understanding of the different approaches to inequality in the social sciences. After the seminars the students should have some ideas about how to construct and implement targeted interventions in tackling inequality.

 

Past seminars

INVEST research themes spring 2020

Why should we be interested in Intergenerational Inequality? (14.02.2020)
by Jani Erola

Falling fertility and the inequalities involved (18.02.2020)
by Marika Jalovaara

Early interventions in child mental health (25.02.2020)
by Andre Sourander

Reforming future social security (03.03.2020)
by Pasi Moisio

Kiva anti-bullying program: randomized controlled trial and scale-up in Finnish schools (11.03.2020)
by Christina Salmivalli

Research on social and economic inequality (17.03.2020)
by Mikko Niemelä

The beauty of making field experiments – difficult encounters between researchers and politicians (31.03.2020)
by Olli Kangas

 

INVEST research themes autumn 2019

Research impact in INVEST (28.10.2019)
by Maria Maunula

Ethnically mixed partnerships in Finland (08.11.2019)
by Leen Rahnu (Tallinn University)

Introduction to genetic and environmental influences in shaping individuals’ lives (22.11.2019)
by Lucy Bowes (Oxford University) and Ada Johansson (Åbo akademi)

Intergenerational transmission of social disadvantages and possible (non-material) contributory and protective factors (05.12.2019)
by Johanna Kallio

Socioeconomic background and gene-environment interplay in social stratification across the early life course (20.12.2019)
by Hannu Lehti