The Coordination Group comprises four members: the Network Coordinator Denis Bouget, The Scientific Coordinator Bruno Palier and three other colleagues Jane Lewis, Jochen Clasen and Ana Guillen.
The role of the coordination group is to advise the Coordinator on any questions or problems RECWOWE will experience. It shall advise the Coordinator on the preparation of the meetings of the executive committee and on the scientific activity and its WP organisation.
The role of the scientific coordinator is to assist the Network Coordinator in the preparation and implementation of the Joint Programme of Activity.
P07 - University of Oviedo
The Executive Committee is composed of the two convenors of each Workpackage (WP), the Scientific Coordinator and the Network Coordinator.
The Executive Committee undertakes the orientations decided by the Governing Committee and monitors the work of the WP-Groups.
The Executive Committee prepares a plan for the Use and Dissemination of the Knowledge to be approved by the Governing Committee.
DROBNIC Sonja, email@example.com
P15 - University of Hamburg
FRIDBERG Torben, firstname.lastname@example.org
P18 - Danish Institute for Social Research, Denmark
PENA-CASAS Ramon, email@example.com
P11 - Observatoire social européen, Belgium
VAN OORSCHOT Wim, W.v.Oorschot@uvt.nl
P10 - Tilburg University, The Netherlands
VIELLE Pascale, firstname.lastname@example.org
P13 - Université Catholique de Louvain la Neuve, Belgium
The Governing Committee is composed of the partners’ representatives of RECWOWE
The Governing Committee is in charge of monitoring the integration process of RECWOWE with regard to the scientific and the legal issues.
The Governing Committee takes all actions to enable the actual implementation of the Joint Programme of Activities with regard to the administrative, financial and contractual issues.
P03-University of Stirling (UK)
represented by Sharon Wright, email@example.com
P08-Institute for Research in Economics and Business Administration (N)
represented by Karen M. Olsen, firstname.lastname@example.org
P09-University of Berne (CH)
represented by Fritz Sager, email@example.com
P10-Tilburg University (N)
represented by Wim van Oorshot, W.v.Oorschot@uvt.nl
P11-Observatoire Social Européen (B)
represented by Ramon Peña-Casas, firstname.lastname@example.org
P12-National Research and Development Center for Welfare and Health (FI)
represented by Sakari Karvonen, email@example.com
P13-Université Catholique de Louvain la Neuve (B)
represented by Pascale Vielle, firstname.lastname@example.org
P14-Masaryk University Brno (CZ)
represented by Tomas Sirovatka, email@example.com
P15-University of Hamburg (D)
represented by Birgit Pfau Effinger, firstname.lastname@example.org
P16-University of Bremen (D)
represented by Karin Gottschall, email@example.com
P18-Danish Institute for Social Research (DK)
represented by Tine Rostgaard, TR@sfi.dk
P19-University of Tampere (FI)
represented by Anneli Anttonen, Anneli.Anttonen@uta.fi
P20-Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (GR)
represented by Dimitri Sotiropoulos, firstname.lastname@example.org
P21-Poleis, Bocconi University (I)
represented by Paolo Graziano, email@example.com
P26-University of Manchester (UK)
represented by Colette Fagan, firstname.lastname@example.org
P27-Institute of Sociology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (H)
represented by Judit Takacs, email@example.com
P28-Institute for Future Studies (S)
represented by Joakim Palme, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Advisory Committee is composed of experts recognised for their respective international reputations in the scientific domains of excellence of the Network, of their involvement in civil society organisations, of persons recognised for the involvement in the field of industrial relations, or in the gender promotion.
The Advisory Committee is in charge of the scientific evaluation of the RECWOWE activities:
Integrating activities (data collection, ongoing research activities)
New Joint Research activities
Spreading of Excellence (Conferences, Publication, Training and Dialogue)
ATKINSON Tony, email@example.com
Nuffield College ,England, United Kingdom
BOSCH Gerhard, firstname.lastname@example.org
University Duisbourg-Essen, Germany
FINTANT Farell, email@example.com
European Anti Poverty Network, Belgium
HEMERIJCK, Anton, firstname.lastname@example.org
Scientific Council for Government Policy, the Netherlands
HOFFMAN Reiner, email@example.com
European Trade Union Confederation, Belgium
JENSON Jane, firstname.lastname@example.org
Political Sciences, University of Montreal, Canada
JULIEN Emmanuel, email@example.com
NOLAN Brian, firstname.lastname@example.org
Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
ORLOFF Ann, email@example.com
Northwestern University , United States
SARACENO Chiara, firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Turino , Italy
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