Section Labor markets and labor market policy

Framework agreement for academic (short) expertises regarding basic questions of the welfare state and the future of labour

The project provides expertises, analyses and workshop support for the German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (BMAS). It enables the BMAS to act swiftly and flexible on recent societal discussions on the basis of academic findings.

The ISG supports the DIW Berlin and DIW Econ as a subcontractor providing expertise in the fields labour market policies and social research. The ISG participates in the following projects:

1. Preparation, moderation und documentation of expert-workshops within the dialogue exchange „Arbeiten 4.0“ (Labour 4.0) (A summary of the expert-workshops (in German) can be found on: http://www.arbeitenviernull.de/dialogprozess/fachdialog/workshops.html)

2. Academic services for the  plattform „Digitale Arbeitswelt“ (Digital working environment) of the National IT-Summit

3.Chances and risks of the digital working environment for the employment of disabled people

4. Review of the research concerning digitalisation of the working environment Forschungsüberblicks (published as Literature review (in German) in: Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales (Hg.): Werkheft 01. Digitalisierung der Arbeitswelt. Verfügbar unter http://www.bmas.de/SharedDocs/Downloads/DE/PDF-Publikationen/werkheft-01.pdf?__blob=publicationFile&v=3)

Conducted by: Dr. Dietrich Engels, Stefan Feldens, Anne-Marie Scholz, Hans Verbeek

Commissioned by: Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales

Duration: May 2015 to November 2016

Status: completed

Cooperation partners : DIW Berlin, DIW Econ, Prof. Dr. Ulrich Preis, TNS Deutschland GmbH

Hans VerbeekFramework agreement for academic (short) expertises regarding basic questions of the welfare state and the future of labour
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