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The user can send a request to consent/withdrawal his/her consent to EAERE to give visibility to his/her participation in the job market through its official communication channels by circulating his/her personal data (i.e. name, surname, email, url, main topics on research interest, main methods used for your research).
Data provided for application for membership with EAERE
The user who wishes to join the Association must provide a set of data necessary for the management of membership and its administrative and accounting.
The Association will use also e-mail address provided by members at the membership application phase for communication with them.
In the event that the member has expressed the wish to receive the paper version of ERE and/or REEP Journals, the data provided will be forwarded to Springer and the Oxford University Press respectively who will use my contact details exclusively this purpose
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The user who wishes to attend the Association Annual Conference must provide a set of data necessary for the management of registration and its administrative and accounting.
In particular, data will be transmitted to the annual conference provider, which may vary every year. The conference provider for the annual conference of year 2019 is the University of Manchester; for year 2020, it is the Technische Universität Berlin, Faculty VII – Economics & Management.
The Association will use also e-mail address provided at the registration phase for communication with them.
In registering to the EAERE Annual Conference, the user expresses his/her consent for the collection, processing, distribution, and broadcasting of images/videos/audio-recording taken during his/her attendance to the event.
EAERE membership in the year of the Annual Conference is a requirement to attend the Conference. Non-members are requested to join EAERE as part of the Conference registration process.
Participants will be given credentials for access to the private area, where they can access in expanded form the list of those participants who have given consent to the publication of their identificative and contact details.
These data are also used for the sole purpose of performing the service or task requested and are communicated to third parties only when necessary for this purpose
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