International Cooperation

As a result of the European integration process, economic and living areas merged across state borders. Previous experience has shown that challenges can be met if all actors and authorities involved work together systematically. This is where activities of L&R Social Research regarding international cooperation begin. Relevant aspects are:

  • intensification of cooperation and strengthening of know-how transfers across borders to relevant actors
  • sustainable networking of institutions and actors
  • development and implementation of projects for groups facing disadvantages in labour markets
Recent Projects on this topic
DIGI-O: Offensive for New Work through Digitization in the Austrian-Hungarian Border Region
EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) - People and Skills
Lecture on "Gender, Digitalisation, Labour Market" in the Context of the German-Chinese Symposium "Gender and Future of Work"
European Social Fund (ESF)
Parents@Work: Changing Perceptions!
Labour Market Policy Support Programme for Moldov
Postings and transfers to Austria, wage dumping. A study focusing on the construction sector.
danube@work
EURES Evaluation for the year 2018
National expertise for implementing the Treaty principle on "equal pay for equal work or work of equal value"