Monitoring of the opening of the labour market - Effects on forms of employment and wage dumping (Research, 2011-2012)
This research project, which was based on the results of the study "Wage and social dumping through cross-border provision and deployment of temporary workers to Austria", examined the period of time following that of the previous study.
Within the framework of the first priority area of the study, recent results were presented on scope and structure of cross-border provision and deployment of temporary workers before and after the end of the transitional period on 1 May 2011 for the eight new member states from the Central and Eastern European region (MOEL 8).
A second priority area of the study consists of qualitative questions regarding the topic "Wage and social dumping after the end of the transitional period". In the framework of this research focus we analyzed two topics: first, dynamics, tendencies and contexts regarding wage and social dumping in the context of the end of the transitional periods; second, we analyzed in how far there are qualitative changes in atypical employment forms in connection with the end of the transitional periods.
The results of the qualitative questions corroborated through current case examples for wage and social dumping in the context of the transitional periods.
Team: Andreas Riesenfelder, Petra Wetzel
External Team: Ina Matt, Susanne Schmatz
Project: Wage and social dumping
Client: Chamber of Labour Vienna
Other projects:Wage and Social Dumping in Austria After 10 Years of the Open Labour Market (, 2020-2021)
Postings and transfers to Austria, wage dumping. A study focusing on the construction sector. (Research, 2018-2019)
Posting of Workers, wage dumping: quantitative and qualitative developments in Austria (Research, 2016-2017)
Developments in the field of wage dumping (Research, 2013-2014)
Wage and social dumping through cross-border provision and deployment of temporary workers to Austria (focus: field of construction) (Research, 2010-2011)