For most people work is one of the most important activities in their lives. Not only because work is the main source of income, but also because work has important other functions, such as inclusion in society, the structuring of time, self-respect and self-development, and the allocation of power. The changing character of work and of the labour market raises questions about the value of work (both for individuals and for society as a whole), the regulation of work, and the role that various societal actors (such as the state, trade unions and employers associations, but also new collective actors) play in shaping work in the twenty-first century. These questions are at the heart of our research programme.
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