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How are social divides produced in contemporary European labour markets? A macro-micro-macro study of the impact of labour market policy, employment and welfare institutions on workers working conditions and job quality KU Leuven
This is the first study investigating the interaction of macro- and micro-forces producing social divides in contemporary European labour markets by using a macro-micro-macro research model. Social divides are defined as differences in working conditions and job quality of different groups of workers. The research project consists of several steps. Firstly, by using latent class analysis social divides are uncovered. Secondly, country-level ...
Understanding how path dependencies, family dynamics and active labour market programs shape the labour market trajectories of first and second generation migrants : a multistate life course approach. University of Antwerp
Erasmus+ Key Action 2: Employability in programme development: Establishing a labour market to higher education feedback loop drawing on local labour market intelligence Vrije Universiteit Brussel
(Social differences in) labour market position and labour market trajectories of (ex-)cancer patients in Belgium: a large-scale, longitudinal analysis based on administrative databases. University of Antwerp
Labour Migration and Population Ageing: anlyzing the effectiveness of current labour market integration and job councelling trajectories for newly arrived immigrants and individuals with a migration background in Flanders. University of Antwerp
The potential additional labour force and labour market attachment KU Leuven
Disability and re-integration in labour law. Legal research into the reintegration of disabled employees on the labour market. KU Leuven
Our labour market has to face a number of challenges as a result of the ageing of the population and the increased globalization. International and European policy makers call upon the national countries to allow as many people as possible to participate in the labour market. This is usually referred to as the re-integration concept. This raises the question of whether Belgian labour law complies with the re-integration concept, moreover ...