EQUI: Employment – Qualification – Innovation
The research programme of EQUI focuses on the interface between the systems of employment, qualification, and innovation. Research has traditionally treated those areas as separate entities requiring specific analytical approaches. Society and economy, however, have undergone essential changes in the recent past which have made employment, qualification and innovation increasingly interdependent. Their respective interfaces necessitate a conceptually revised understanding, along with new forms of organisation and coordination as well as a thorough political reassessment. With particular emphasis on social and gender disparities EQUI mainly utilizes the methods of evaluation, policy analysis, and forecasting while applying and combining both qualitative and quantitative techniques.
EQUI co-ordinator: Dr. Lorenz Lassnigg
Members of the EQUI team: Andrea Leitner, Gabriele Pessl, Mario Steiner, Martin Unger, Stefan Vogtenhuber, Elfriede Wagner and Angela Wroblewski.
Lukas Dünser, Georg Fochler, Angelika Grabher, Jakob Hartl, Johannes Karaszek, Andrea Laimer, Gerhard Paulinger, Berta Terzieva, Bianca Thaler, Petra Wejwar and Sarah Zaussinger are supportive assistants.
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