Presentations and papers

On this page you will find the presentations and papers presented at the second international PIAAC Conference 23 - 24 November 2015.

Please note: Not all the papers have been finalized and so have not been uploaded yet. As soon as they are we will upload these. We expect this to be beginning of December latest.

November 22

Andreas Schleicher, Director of the Directorate for Education and Skills (OECD), opening presentation

Presentation Adreas Schleicher.pdf

November 23 

1)  Ageing and literacy skills: Evidence from IALS, ALL and PIAAC, William Craig Riddell and David Green, University of British Columbia

Presentation_Graig Riddel_Aging and Skills OECD Nov 2015.pdf

2)  The acquisition of cognitive skills through labour market experience, Aitor Lacuesta, Bank of Spain

Presentation_Aitor Lacuesta_Education, Labour market experience and Cognitive skills.pdf

Presentation discussant Richard Desjardin: Presentation_discussant_Richard_Desjardins.pdf


3)  Polarization on the labour market and the wage premium, Bas ter Weel, Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis and University of Maastricht

Presentation_Bas ter Weel_Labour-market polarisation.pdf

Presenation discussant Didier Fourage: Presentation_discussant_Didier_Fouarge.pdf

4)   High skilled jobs and the employment of graduates, Francis Green, Institute of Education University College London

Presentation_Francis Green_Graduate_jobs.pdf

Presentation discussant Glenda Quintini: Presentation_discussant_Glenda Quintini.pdf


November 24 

Parallel session I: Education

1.Employment and Earnings among Low-Education Adults: A Cross-National Perspective, Stephen Reder

Presentation_Employment and Earnings in Low-Education Adults_Stephen_Reder.pdf

2.What is the impact of schooling on skill formation and skill inequality? Mehmet Alper Dinçer

Presentation_What is the impact of schooling on skill formation and skill inequality_Dinçer.pdf


Parallelsession II: Labour

1. Differences in Job De-Routinization in OECD Countries: Evidence from PIAAC, Lucas Gortazar and Sara de la Rica

Presentation_Job De-Routinization_Gortazar and De la Rica.pdf

Paper_Differences in Job De-Routinization_Gortazar and De la Rica.pdf

2. What you do at work and how: a framework for measuring task across occupations, Enrique Fernández-Macías and Martina Bisello

Fernandez-Macias and Bisello - What you do at work and how_def.pdf

Presentation_What you do at work and how_Fernandez-Macias and Bisello.pptx


Parallelsession III: Education

1. Skilled or educated? Educational reforms, human capital and earnings, Marco Leonardi

Presentation_Skilled or educated_Leonardi.pdf
2. Teachers’ Language and Math Skills, Bart Golsteyn, Stan Vermeulen and Inge de Wolf

Paper_Teachers Literacy and Numeracy Skills_Golsteyn, Vermeulen and De Wolf.pdf

Presentation_Teachers Language and Math Skills_Golsteyn, Vermeulen and De Wolf.pptx


Parallelsession IV: Labour

1. Migrants in the OECD: Over-qualified but under-skilled? An international comparison of labor market integration, Anja Perry and Débora Maehler

Paper_Migrants In The OECD_Perry and Maehler.pdf

Presentation_Migrants in the OECD_Perry_Maehler.pdf

2. Skill, skill use and wages, Rolf van der Velden and Ineke Bijlsma

Paper_Skill skill use and wages_Van der Velden and Bijlsma.pdf

Presentation_Skill skill use and wages Paper_Van der Velde and Bijlsma.pdf


Parallelsession V: Education

1. Skills and outcomes in the educational and labour markets - evidence from a matched PISA-PIAAC data set,  Karsten Albæk

Presentation_Skills and outcomes in the educational and labour markets_Albæk.pdf

2. Can We Close Social Origin Gaps in Literacy over the Life Course? Evidence from Synthetic Cohorts in IALS, ALL, and PIAAC, Anna Chmielewski

Presentation_Can We Close Social Origin Gaps in Literacy over the Life Course_Chmielewski.pdf


Parallelsession VI: Labour

1. Returns to ICT skills, Simon Wiederhold

Presentation_Return to ICT Skills_Wiederhold.pdf
2. Non-Cognitive Skills and Individual Earnings: New Evidence From PIAAC, Brindusa Anghel and Pau Balart

Presentation_Non-Cognitive Skills and Individual Earnings_Balart and Anghel.pdf


Concluding Remarks by Stefano Scarpetta

Concluding remarks_Stefano Scarpetta.pdf