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Book Launch

"The Marketization of Employment Services. Dilemmas of Europe's Work-First Welfare States"

Former Work and Employment Research Unit (WERU) director Ian Greer will be launching a new book based on a research project into services for the unemployed at the University of Greenwich.

"The Marketization of Employment Services. Dilemmas of Europe's Work-First Welfare States" includes contributions from WERU members Lisa Schulte and Graham Symon, and is coauthored Karen Breidal and Flemming Larsen from Aalborg University and Matthias Knuth from the Institut fuer Arbeit und Qualifikation in Duisburg. The research was funded by the Hans Boeckler Stiftung and the publisher is Oxford University Press.

Commentators:

Chiara Benassi (King's College London)
John McInally (the Public and Commercial Services Union)
Matt Vidal (University of Loughborough)

Date: Friday 17 November 2017
Time: 16.00 - 19.00
Location: Queen Anne Court, (Room 063) University of Greenwich
Old Royal Naval College, London SE10 9LS


To confirm attendance please contact businessevents@greenwich.ac.uk

Past Events

Employee Lay Members in Employment Tribunals in Great Britain, France and Germany. 

One day conference, University of Greenwich, 6th June 201

Bargaining for Productivity: a cross-national European Study co-funded by the European Commission. Initial Findings. 

Work and Employment Research Unit Seminar, University of Greenwich, 28th April 2017

The Future of the Labour Market Post-Brexit

Work and Employment Research Unit Seminar, University of Greenwich, 29th March 2017

Tackling low pay: minimum wage or living wage?

Work and Employment Research Unit Seminar, University of Greenwich, 25 January 2017

Report from Blacklisting, Bullying & Blowing the Whistle conference

University of Greenwich, 17 September 2016

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