PROJECTS
  1. The future of work in Europe

  2.  Understanding technological inequality

  3. Educating for tomorrow's labor market

  4. Reinventing social welfare

  5. Understanding consequences for public finances

  6. Is this time really different?

  7. Co-creating policies that work

PARTNERS

Maastricht University (ROA)

University of Oxford (OMS, Skope)

Cambridge Econometrics (CE)

Berlin Social Science Centre (WZB)

University of Tallinn  (Sociology dept)

University of Tilburg (Tranzo)

University of Stockholm (SOFI)

European University Institite (SPS)

GET IN TOUCH

Prof. dr. Mark Levels

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Dr. Raymond Montizaan 

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Maaike Bierman (project officer)

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TECHNEQUALITY

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under grant agreement No 822330

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TECHNEQUALITY

PROJECT

Understanding how technological innovations affect work, education, inequality

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Technequality is funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under grant agreement No 822330

HOW WILL ROBOTICS, AI, BIG DATA SHAPE EUROPEAN SOCIETIES? 

Current technological innovations  in robotics, artificial intelligence, data, and computing power are nothing short of revolutionary. These developments invite many pressing societal questions.  ​How will work change? Will jobs be destroyed? What new jobs will be created? What skills should we learn? Can everybody master these skills? How should they best be taught? 

 

But also: who will benefit most from these technological developments? How do inequalities change? Are social groups affected differently? And, importantly, what can governments do to cushion technological inequalities? 

TECHNEQUALITY brings together a multidisciplinary group of leading scholars from Europe's most renowned universities and research institutes to answer these questions, and work with policy-makers to co-create policies that work.

 

TECHNEQUALITY
PROJECTS

 
 

PILLARS

 

NEWS

 

CONSORTIUM

 

Management

 

Pr​of dr. Mark Levels

consortium leader, chair 

Dr. Raymond Montizaan

project manager 

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Prof. dr. Didier Fouarge

program scientific committee

Maastricht University

Prof. dr. Rolf van der Velden

senior researcher

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Prof. dr. Andries de Grip

senior researcher

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Dr. Annemarie Kuhn-Nelen

senior researcher

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Drs. Melline Somers

researcher 

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Drs. Marie-Christine Fregin

researcher

Stockholm University

Prof. dr. Tomas Korpi

leader project 2

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Prof. dr. Michael Tåhlinn

senior researcher

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Dr. Erik Bihagen

senior researcher

Berlin Social Science Centre

Prof. dr. Reinhard Pollock

leader project 3

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Prof. dr. Heike Solga

senior researcher

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Dr. Martin Ehlert

senior researcher

 

Tilburg University

Prof. dr. Ruud Muffels

leader project 4

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Postdoc

researcher

University of Oxford

 

Dr. Pantelis Koutroumpis

leader projects 5,6

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Dr. Carl Benedikt Frey

senior researcher

Prof. dr. Kenneth Mayhew

senior researcher

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Dr. Chinchih Chen

researcher

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Dr. Martina Magli

researcher

Cambridge Econometrics

Dr. Philip Summerton

leader project 7

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Dr. Sophie Heald

senior researcher

European University Institute

 

Pr​of dr. Juho Härkönen

senior researcher

Prof dr. Fabrizio Bernardi 

senior researcher

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Postdoc

researcher

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Postdoc

researcher

Tallinn University

Prof. dr. Ellu Saar

senior researcher

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Prof. dr. Marge Unt

senior researcher

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Dr. Eve Liis-Roos

senior researcher

 
 

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