Forschung

Research at the institute specialises in issues of work and employment. Within this clearly defined profile, it covers a broad range of topics and activities.

FORBA’s research areas deal with the micro level of the individual, social interaction and working conditions and the meso level of the organisation or network as well as with the macro level of the labour market and global economy. Research practice at the institute relies on a series of qualitative and quantitative methods. Special features of research at FORBA include its multidisciplinary character and openness to many forms of cooperation. Although grant-funded academic research currently predominates, the institute’s strengths also include contract and policy-consultancy research.

 

Research areas

Die Forschungstätigkeit des Instituts gliedert sich in folgende Bereiche:

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Forschungsprojekte

TitelProjektmitarbeiterInnenStandLaufzeit
PLUS – Platform Labour in Urban Spaces: Fairness, Welfare, DevelopmentBettina Haidinger, Philip Schörpf, Bernhard Saupelaufend12/2018 - 11/2021
Fair working conditions: exploring the contribution of cooperation initiatives between Social Partners and Labour INspection authorities (SPLIN)Bettina Haidinger, Ulrike Papouschek, Cornelia Prentnerlaufend03/2019 - 02/2021
Development of a Training Programme for Enhancing Co-creation in the Creative Industries through the use of Sharing EconomyBernhard Saupe, Philip Schörpflaufend10/2018 - 09/2020
Solidarität in Zeiten der Krise. Sozio-ökonomischer Wandel und politische Orientierungen in Österreich und UngarnAnnika Schönauer, Ulrike Papouschek, Jörg Flecker, Saskja Schindler, Carina Altreiterlaufend10/2017 - 09/2020
EU-REC-Projekt TRAPEZ: Transparente Pensionszukunft – Sicherung der ökonomischen Unabhängigkeit von Frauen im AlterIngrid Mairhuber, Bettina Stadlerlaufend02/2019 - 08/2020
Entwicklungstrends digitaler Arbeit – Stufe II: Workshop und BetriebsfallstudienAnnika Schönauer, Philip Schörpf, Hubert Eichmann, Jörg Fleckerlaufend04/2019 - 03/2020
DEEP VIEW (DEcEnt and Productive Virtual Work): Expoloring the contribution of social dialogue and collective bargaining in the promotion of decent and productive virtual workMag.a Dr.in Bettina Haidinger, Mag.a Dr.in Ulrike Paposchek, Mag. Bernhard Saupelaufend02/2018 - 01/2020
Getrennte Welten? Solidaritätskonzepte und politische Orientierungen in sozialen Medien (SOPO)Ulrike Papouschek, Annika Schönauerlaufend11/2018 - 10/2019
Aggression und Gewalt im Gesundheitsbereich – Erfahrungen von Wiener ÄrztInnenKarl Krajic, Bernhard Saupe, Charlotte Dötiglaufend03/2019 - 09/2019
Development of a Training Programme for Enhancing Active Ageing through not-for-profit Sharing Economy (Colabor-Active)Bernhard Saupe, Philip Schörpflaufend10/2017 - 09/2019