The National Institute for Economic Research joined the European Charter and Code for Researchers
On 11 February 2014, the National Institute for Economic Research (NIER) issued the Declaration of accession to the European Charter for Researchers and Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers, through which it agreed on the principles and conditions set out there in.
These two documents adopted by the European Commission on 11 March 2005, includes key elements - to make research an attractive career, as an essential part of stimulating economic growth and job creation. They specify the roles, responsibilities and prerogatives of researchers and employers.
Charter and Code contains 40 principles and general conditions which are structured in 4 dimensions, such as: Ethics and professional aspects; Recruitment; Working conditions and social security; Trainings.
Through this Declaration the NIER voluntarily undertakes to apply in its activity the principles set out in Charter and Code of Conduct and established aimed at creating an attractive environment for its researchers' career and improving the quality of research and innovation activity.
List of other institutions in the world can be found on this link: https://ec.europa.eu/euraxess/index.cfm/rights/charterAndCode