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Eurofound seeks academic experts to advise on work

Collaboration with external experts is an integral aspect of Eurofound’s programme implementation. In light of this, Eurofound is in the process of drawing up a list of academic experts to cover the research areas of its 2017–2020 programme. Experts may be asked to advise on planned research approaches and methodologies or to carry out peer reviews. 

In addition, the Agency wishes to nominate academic experts to its Advisory Committees alongside members of Eurofound’s Governing Board to provide independent scientific advice. Two experts will be nominated to each committee: Working conditions and sustainable work; Industrial relations; Labour market change; and Quality of life and public services. Advisory Committee meetings take place twice a year for one or two days, alternating between Dublin and Brussels.

The deadline for the call for academic experts for Advisory Committees is 21 April 2017.

More information: Call for experts

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