Appel à projet : Changing Nature of Employment in Europe

Marie Curie ITN- PEOPLE-2012- Research Training Programme “Changing Employment”

Call for 12 Marie Curie Early Stage Researchers (ESR) and Experienced Researchers (ER) in Changing Employment (48 months), a Marie Curie Initial Training Network funded by the European Commission (and subject to final approval by the Commission)

Europe is today facing several major challenges. These go beyond the future of the euro and the instability of the financial system to some of the underlying issues concerned with the work activities that underpin the European economy. How can Europe retain manufacturing and production as restructuring and relocation towards lower-wage costs economies gathers pace ? As demographic change lifts the proportions of older workers in society and in employment, how can Europe both maintain decent levels of pensions and provide decent jobs for younger workers ? As cross-border migration becomes ever easier how can migrant workers be fully integrated and accepted into the European labour market ? How can aspirations for decent jobs be squared with the nearly pan-European progression of precarious work ? Europe’s future depends in large part on the answers it can provide to these questions within the context of the vision of a competitive, technologically-innovative economy bolstered by a high road social model that was captured in the Europe 2020 strategy. (…)

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CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 10th December 2012