Institutional stability of collective bargaining is of major importance for the moderation of unit labour costs growth. Christian Lyhne Ibsen from FAOS has just published his latest research in British Journal of Industrial Relations
The Danish Model Inside Out - Comparative Perspectives on Danish Labour Market Regulation is an edited book that examines the Danish Labour Market Model’s strengths and weaknesses, when compared to other models of labour market regulation. Anna Ilsøe and Trine P. Larsen from FAOS has edited as well as contributed to the book, which is a celebration of Jesper Due and Jørgen Steen Madsen and their numerous publications on the development of the Danish labor market regulation
From October 3rd through 14th, researcher at FAOS Søren Kaj Andersen will visit the University of Amsterdam. In this occasion, Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies, AIAS, has invited Søren Kaj Andersen to present his research at a lunch seminar on October 6th.
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: