Towards a Societal Business Case for an Inclusive Labour Market
The project has a twofold, interrelated focus. The first focus is to study how an integral, societal business case for an inclusive labour market, a ‘parallel labour market’, may be developed, that can be expected to enhance the employment opportunities for excluded groups in an innovative and systemic way. The key issue here concerns the broader value attributed to work, i.e. the total benefits of participation in paid employment. The second focus of the study is on how new forms of organizations and collaboration can serve as the carriers of this inclusive labour market.
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