The DEEP VIEW consortium involves 5 research centres as applicant and co-applicants (one per country included). These research centres have longstanding knowledge and expertise on the analysis of how social dialogue and collective bargaining is addressing the most relevant challenges in the world of work.
The lead applicant, NOTUS: Applied Social Research (Spain) is a research centre devoted to applied social research which gathers experts with longstanding expertise in the analysis of employment and labour market policies. NOTUS develops research activities and provides technical assistance using scientifically rigorous methodologies. Most Notus activities entail cooperation with social partners on a regular basis. In addition, NOTUS experts have been involved as Spanish national correspondents for Eurofound’s observatories on employment and industrial relations since their creation.
The Forschungs- und Beratungsstelle Arbeitswelt (FORBA) is an independent research institute specialising in social-science research on topical issues of work and employment. The institute is interdisciplinary and international in character, looking back on long-term cooperation with researchers in the EU and overseas. In terms of their training and background, FORBA’s academic staff cover sociology, political science, business administration and computer science, with research activities at the institute centering on both basic and applied research in these areas.
The NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities (FSCH) forms part of the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa.
The Faculty’s mission is one of public service to improve the academic level of citizens and, in particular, Portuguese citizens, in the areas of social sciences and humanities. The team share goals in fundamental and applied interdisciplinary research, centered in problem-solving. Their research stresses epistemological, theoretical and methodological concerns, but is also strongly oriented towards adding value to society.
FAOS – Employment Relations Research Centre – is a research centre at the Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen. FAOS was formed on 1 January 1990 as a research group attached to the Department of Sociology. On 1 January 1999 it was given the status of a research centre. Since its formation, FAOS has focused on studies of the labour market, industrial relations and, in recent years, employment relations, applying Danish, Nordic and European perspectives. FAOS’ research programme is funded by trade unions, employers’ organisations and the
Ministry of Employment.
Praxis Centre for Policy Studies (PRAXIS) is an independent, non-profit public policy think tank established in 2000. The mission of Praxis is to enrich the public debate, create valuable knowledge and effective solutions for policymakers, the third sector and to other interested people. Applied research forms the largest part of our work and is the foundation for all other activities (including fostering public debate and advisory role to the public, private and third sector).