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Copenhagen Business School (CBS) invites applications for a vacant
three-year post-doc within the field of comparative European welfare state
and labour market policy. The three-year post-doc (research and teaching)
is part of the H2020 funded EUSOCIALCIT project, which runs from February
2020 through to February 2023. It is led by the University of Amsterdam and
includes seven other partners, including CBS. Read more about the project

CBS is responsible for the work package (WP) entitled ‘Fair working
conditions through labour market policy’. As a post-doc, you will carry out
research on the tasks for this WP, firstly on work-life balance policy and
secondly, on policies for the most flexible non-standard workers. It also
focuses on how the initiatives launched under the European Pillar of Social
Rights affect these policies in EU member states. The focus will be on six
countries representing different institutional configurations of
welfare-labour market regimes (Denmark, The Netherlands, Germany, France,
Spain, and Poland). You will be involved in carrying out in-depth
qualitative analysis on these two tasks, for a selection of the case
countries. This work will be carried out in collaboration with the partners
in this WP, especially the CBS team. The research involves mixed methods,
with an emphasis on qualitative data and analysis, using the structured
focused case-study method.

The post-doc is a non-tenured position for a three-year period, which
entails two years of research and one year of teaching. The post-doc will
be affiliated with the Department of International Economics, Government
and Business, which brings together the study of states, markets, and
international firms in the context of societal challenges faced by emerging
and advanced economies.

Application deadline 16 March 2020.

Best regards
Bersant Hobdari

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