Labour relations
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Inger Marie Hagen og Sigurd M. Nordli Oppegaard
Fafo-rapport 2020:07
Rolf K. Andersen, Mathilde Bjørnset og Jon Rogstad
Fafo-rapport 2019:09
Marianne Jenum Hotvedt and Natalie Videbæk Munkholm
Fafo-paper 2019:06
Mathilde Bjørnset, Aina Fossum, Jon Rogstad, Bjørn Smestad og Niri Talberg
Fafo-rapport 2018:36
Kristin Alsos, Kristin Jesnes, Beate Sletvold Øistad og Torstein Nesheim
Fafo-rapport 2017:41
Kristin Jesnes, Beate Sletvold Øistad, Kristin Alsos og Torstein Nesheim
Fafo-notat 2016:23
Kristin Jesnes og Johannes Oldervoll
Fafo-rapport 2016:05
Tove Mogstad Aspøy og Rolf K. Andersen
Fafo-rapport 2015:28
Jean-Louis Laville
Fafo-rapport 309

Jørgen Ingerød Steen, Johan Røed Steen, Kristin Jesnes and Rolf Røtnes

The Knowledge-intensive Platform Economy in the Nordic Countries

Kristin Alsos, Kristin Jesnes og Beate Sletvold Øistad

Når sjefen er en app – delingsøkonomi i et arbeidsperspektiv

Liv Helene Roverud, Tor Kristian Kjølvik, Torstein Nesheim og Kristin Jesnes

Mellomledd i oppdragsmarkedet

Jon Erik Dølvik and Johan Røed Steen

The Nordic future of work
Drivers, institutions, and politics

Jon Erik Dølvik and Kristin Jesnes

Nordic labour markets and the sharing economy
Report from a pilot project

Kristin Jesnes og Torstein Nesheim

Tar appene livet av bedriftene?

Kristin Jesnes og Torstein Nesheim

Formidlingsøkonomi, ikke delingsøkonomi

Project manager: Åsmund Arup Seip
End of project: 2020
Current projects
End of project: 2020
Current projects

Project manager: Kristin Jesnes
Prosjektleder er Torstein Nesheim, NSF
End of project: 2022
Current projects
End of project: 2020
Current projects

Project manager: Johan Røed Steen
End of project: 2019
Completed projects
Kaja Reegård
End of project: 2019
Completed projects

Project manager: Kristin Alsos
End of project: 2017
Completed projects

Project manager: Jon Erik Dølvik
End of project: 2016
Completed projects

News about labour relations and labour market

Kollektive forhandlinger gjennom to store sjokk: Ingen felles trend i Nord-Europa

Thursday, 06 August 2020

An article by Paul Marginson and Jon Erik Dølvik addresses developments in collective wage bargaining arrangements in northern Europe in the light of two major political-economic challenges: EU eastern enlargement and the financial and economic crisis which broke in 2008. They draw on findings from five countries and four sectors.

The analysis undermines the proposition that developments exhibit a common liberalising trajectory, amongst other by finding no uniform trend in national and sectoral policy responses, nor in wage inequality outcomes.

New report: Rapid Assessment of the impact of COVID-19 on vulnerable populations and small-scale enterprises in Iraq

Tuesday, 04 August 2020

This report, conducted in collaboration between Fafo and ILO, highlights issues related to employment, income, economic conditions, and prospects for the immediate future amongst Iraqi workers. In addition, the assessment addresses the effects of the pandemic on the country’s small-scale enterprises, including how they are adapting to the challenges that the pandemic presents and the implications for their employees.

The report is part of a series of the effect of COVID-19 in the Arab world, following similar reports on Jordan and Lebanon.

Former experiences shape employers’ view on hiring immigrants

Friday, 26 June 2020

This article, co-written by Jon Rogstad, explores the relationship between labor market discrimination, stereotypes and employers’ experiences with immigrant workers. The article finds that experience – or lack thereof – matters distinctively when considering applications from immigrant workers.

Thus, Norwegian employers seemed to update their attitudes, which implies their decision making is flexible, allowing positive experiences to influence hiring decisions. At the same time, their consideration seems to be quite sensitive to negative experiences.