Reducing Precarious Work in Europe through Social Dialogue

Project Details


This research aims to explore how innovative forms of social dialogue in different regulatory contexts can reduce the precariousness of employment and thereby promote more inclusive labour markets. It engages with representatives of trade unions and employer bodies in six European countries – Denmark, France, Germany, Slovenia, Spain and the UK. It started in December 2014 and will end with a high profile international conference in Brussels in November 2016
Short titlePRECAWO
Effective start/end date01/01/201531/12/2016

Collaborative partners

  • University of Manchester (lead)
  • Institute of Labour Economics and Industrial Sociology,
  • University of Duisburg-Essen
  • University of Ljubljana
  • Universidad de Salamanca


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