7

wynik(i)

Słowo/słowa
Rodzaj publikacji
Obszar polityki
Autor
Słowo kluczowe
Data

Dialog społeczny

01-02-2018

Dialog społeczny jest podstawowym elementem europejskiego modelu społecznego. Dzięki niemu partnerzy społeczni (przedstawiciele kadry kierowniczej i pracowników) mogą wnieść aktywny wkład, także w drodze porozumień, w tworzenie europejskiej polityki społecznej i zatrudnienia.

Dialog społeczny jest podstawowym elementem europejskiego modelu społecznego. Dzięki niemu partnerzy społeczni (przedstawiciele kadry kierowniczej i pracowników) mogą wnieść aktywny wkład, także w drodze porozumień, w tworzenie europejskiej polityki społecznej i zatrudnienia.

Mapping the Cost of Non-Europe, 2014-19 - Fourth edition

07-12-2017

This study brings together work in progress on a long-term project to identify and analyse the 'cost of non-Europe' in a number of policy fields. This concept, first pioneered by the European Parliament in the 1980s, is used here to quantify the potential efficiency gains in today's European economy through pursuing a series of policy initiatives recently advocated by Parliament – from a wider and deeper digital single market to more systematic coordination of national and European defence policies ...

This study brings together work in progress on a long-term project to identify and analyse the 'cost of non-Europe' in a number of policy fields. This concept, first pioneered by the European Parliament in the 1980s, is used here to quantify the potential efficiency gains in today's European economy through pursuing a series of policy initiatives recently advocated by Parliament – from a wider and deeper digital single market to more systematic coordination of national and European defence policies or increased cooperation to fight corporate tax avoidance. The benefits are measured principally in additional GDP generated or more rational use of public resources. The latest analysis suggests that the European economy could be boosted by €1.75 trillion per year – or 12 % of EU-28 GDP (2016) – by such measures over time. The study is intended to make a contribution to the on-going discussion about the European Union's policy priorities over the current five-year institutional cycle, running from 2014 to 2019.

The Situation of Workers in the Collaborative Economy

04-10-2016

The collaborative economy (or “platform economy”), encompassing work-on-demand via apps like Uber and crowdwork like Amazon Mechanical Turk, has grown exponentially in recent years, thanks to the development of high-speed networks, the exploitation of big data and the availability of mobile devices, which have cut down transaction costs and allow for real-time effective matching of supply and demand. While creating many new opportunities for digital and physical services, which have, thanks to lower ...

The collaborative economy (or “platform economy”), encompassing work-on-demand via apps like Uber and crowdwork like Amazon Mechanical Turk, has grown exponentially in recent years, thanks to the development of high-speed networks, the exploitation of big data and the availability of mobile devices, which have cut down transaction costs and allow for real-time effective matching of supply and demand. While creating many new opportunities for digital and physical services, which have, thanks to lower costs as compared to established operators, rather expanded the market for services instead of crowding out the incumbents, this new digitally based economy has also raised questions on the situation of workers. As this literature review shows, their legal status (either as employees or self-employed) is often unclear, and negative effects on the labour market can be witnessed (such as missing social protection, low remuneration of work, questionable work-life balance and more). Many of these effects are due to the functioning of the digital economy, which relies on micro-tasks, trust-inducing mechanisms as ratings and - at times opaque - algorithms. The literature review also presents policy solutions as discussed in recent literature.

Labour rights in Colombia in the perspective of a Free Trade Agreement with the EU

13-09-2012

The EU's Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Colombia and Peru, on which the European Parliament is expected to vote in the coming months, is the subject of deep controversy. NGOs from both sides of the Atlantic question whether such an agreement should be concluded, because of the continued violation of human rights, especially in Colombia.

The EU's Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Colombia and Peru, on which the European Parliament is expected to vote in the coming months, is the subject of deep controversy. NGOs from both sides of the Atlantic question whether such an agreement should be concluded, because of the continued violation of human rights, especially in Colombia.

The Role of Women in the Sustainable Development of European Fisheries Areas

15-07-2008

Women play an important role in fisheries, including fishing, aquaculture and processing of aquatic products. They have been very active in self-organizing and networking to promote gender equality in many different areas across Europe. They are also a major actor in the diversification of fisheries enterprises income, resulting in the creation of new opportunities in fisheries areas affected by the decline of fishing. The report reviews best practices observed in the fishing areas of 14 EU countries ...

Women play an important role in fisheries, including fishing, aquaculture and processing of aquatic products. They have been very active in self-organizing and networking to promote gender equality in many different areas across Europe. They are also a major actor in the diversification of fisheries enterprises income, resulting in the creation of new opportunities in fisheries areas affected by the decline of fishing. The report reviews best practices observed in the fishing areas of 14 EU countries. It also recommends actions for use of the European Fisheries Fund as an instrument to support and promote initiatives for women in European Fisheries Areas, particularly under axis 4 of the EFF.

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Katia Frangoudes (Université de Bretagne Occidentale, UMR-AMURE, Brest, France) en collaboration avec Mary Carrol, Nicki Holmyard, Boguslaw Marcianiak, Cristina Moço, José Pascual-Fernandez, Begona Marugan Pintos, Carina Rönn et Cornelie Quist

Social Dialogue and its Contribution to Social Cohesion in Turkey

18-02-2008

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Giorgos Glynos

Trade Union Rights in the EU Member States

15-12-1997

The study is divided into two parts. Part I outlines the law on trade union rights in the Member States, indicates common ground among them and identifies deficiences on the part of individual Member States. Part II explains how Member State laws on trade union rights are affected by EC law harmonisation and the European social dialogue.

The study is divided into two parts. Part I outlines the law on trade union rights in the Member States, indicates common ground among them and identifies deficiences on the part of individual Member States. Part II explains how Member State laws on trade union rights are affected by EC law harmonisation and the European social dialogue.

Autorzy zewnętrzni

Brian Bercusson (University of Manchester, the UK)

Partnerzy

Bądź na bieżąco

email update imageSystem powiadomień e­mail

System powiadomień mejlowych, który wysyła najnowsze informacje bezpośrednio na Twój adres poczty elektronicznej, umożliwia śledzenie działalności wszystkich osób oraz wydarzeń związanych z Parlamentem. Wiadomości te obejmują najnowsze informacje dotyczące posłów, usług informacyjnych czy Think Tank.

System ten dostępny jest z dowolnej strony w witrynie Parlamentu. Aby zamówić usługę i otrzymywać regularnie powiadomienia z Think Tank, wystarczy podać swój adres poczty elektronicznej, wybrać interesujący nas temat, wskazać częstotliwość, z jaką biuletyn ma być nadsyłany (codziennie, co tydzień, co miesiąc), oraz potwierdzić rejestrację poprzez kliknięcie linku, który zostanie przesłany na wskazany adres mejlowy.

RSS imageWiadomości RSS

Nie przegap żadnej informacji lub aktualizacji strony Parlamentu Europejskiego dzięki naszym kanałom RSS.

W celu skonfigurowania swojego kanału należy kliknąć poniższy link.