In this article, Christian Lyhne Ibsen, FAOS, and Maite Tapia, Michigan State University, review and assess research on the role of trade unions in labour markets and society, the current decline of unions and union revitalisation. The review shows three main trends.
Nana Wesley Hansen, Christian Lyhne Ibsen and Jens Arnholtz are from the 1st of February employed as associate professors at FAOS. Each of them have written their PhD dissertation at FAOS and afterwards held the position as assistant professors at FAOS.
On December 2nd, FAOS-researcher Anna Ilsøe is attending the seminar "The Politics of Work and Welfare in the Platform Economy" at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, University of Harvard.
FAOS is national centre for the European Observatory for Working Life, EurWORK, which is a network under the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working conditions, focusing on industrial relations and working conditions in the EU-countries and Norway: