Trenderna pekar mot en mer polariserad arbetsmarknad. Johan Røed Steen intervjues i Norden, 24. november 2018.
Møt Ellie som kan bli din nye kollega. – Jeg er ikke redd for arbeidsløshet. Det handler om at oppgavene blir annerledes, sier Johan Røed Steen til Fontene 27. august 2018.
Ahlberg, Kerstin (2018). Kommer plattformsföretagen kunna passa in i den nordiska modellen? Arbeidsliv i Norden, 18. juni.
Menneske mot roboter: Hva kan vi vente oss? Artikkel av Johan Røed Steen på Arbeidslivet.no 21. mai 2018.
Jon Erik Dølvik inteviewed in Arbeidsliv i Norden, May 16th 2018
Shaping the Future of Work in the Nordic Countries. Nordic conference May 15th–16th 2018 Stockholm. See also Dølvik's presentation at the conference.
Airbnb skaper bølger i Frankrike og Norge. Intervju med Kristin Jesnes i NRK P2 Studio 29. mai 2018.
Major changes in technology, economic contexts, workforces, and the institutions of work have come in ebb and flow since well before the first industrial revolution in the 18th century. Yet, many argue that the changes we are currently facing are different, and that the rise of digitalized production will entirely transform our ways and views of work.
In this collaborative project funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers, researchers from the five Nordic countries will study how the ongoing transformations of production and labour markets associated with, amongst other, digitalization, demographic change, and new forms of employment will influence the future of work in the Nordic countries. Through action and policy oriented studies and dialogue with stakeholders, the objective is to enhance research-based knowledge dissemination, experience exchange, and mutual learning across the Nordic boundaries. Intermediary results from the project will feed into Nordic debates on how to contribute to the Future of Work Agenda that is to be adopted at the ILO’s centenary anniversary in 2019.
The project is conducted by a team of more than 30 Nordic scholars from universities and research institutes in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. The project started late 2017 and will be completed by a synthesis report in 2020.
The project is divided into seven pillars:
Pillar I - Main drivers of change
Pillar II - Digitalization of traditional forms of work
Pillar III - Self-employed, independent and atypical work
Pillar IV - New labour market agents
Pillar V - Occupational health – consequences and challenges
Pillar VI - Labour law & regulations
Pillar VII - Final synthetizing report: The Nordic model of labour market governance