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Labour market

Research at the labour market department is organized into three main research programmes.

  • The first research programme focuses on labour supply and career paths. It aims at providing a better understanding of i) workers' decisions in contexts of regional and international mobility (migration, cross-border work), labour force participation, occupational choice, retirement and ii) the matching of workers to firms and employment trajectories.
  • The second research programme focuses on workers' behaviours and firms' performance in the context of a knowledge society. In particular, it investigates the (causal) relation between firms' adoption of Information, Communication and Technologies, Corporate Social Responsibility and organizational changes and Human Resources Management practices, workers' attitudes, job satisfaction, work-life quality and performance.
  • The third research programme focuses on employment relations and collective bargaining. It examines the sociology of stakeholders in collective bargaining, changes in collective bargaining and the social dialogue within companies, as well as the European employment and social dialogue policies. The aim is to understand the extent to which companies and the stakeholders in collective bargaining are able to respond to tomorrow's social challenges.

Ongoing projects

EvaLab4Lux
Active Labour Market Policies Evaluation in Luxembourg
Funding
European Commission
EEIMSS
The Economic Effects of International Migration and Skill Selection
Funding
Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research LISER
LISER-LAB
LISER-LAB
Funding
Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research LISER
The GG goes 'round - De GG geet ronderëm
Funding
Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR)
WorkAgeing
Older workers’ employment participation: new evidence from Luxembourg
Funding
Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR)
The impact of policies on immigration flows and immigrant’s behavior
Geographic mobility and labour market outcomes of women: the role of family ties
Composition démographique des entreprises et bien-être au travail
Evaluating Active and Passive Labour Market Policies in Europe
NACOLAS
Nonparametric analysis of household consumption, labour supply and welfare
Department Director
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