The European Monitoring Centre on Change (EMCC) is an information resource established to promote an understanding of changes in the world of work, employment and restructuring. Its work is supported by a Network of Eurofound Correspondents across all EU Member States and Norway.
Well-functioning labour markets are a prerequisite for making full use of the job creation potential of the economy as it emerges from the financial and economic crisis.
Eurofound monitors and analyses the implications of structural change in the economy for Europe’s labour markets and employment.
Featured – Mapping the contours of the platform economy
The debate on the implications of the platform economy is hampered by the lack of robust measurements and data. The methods so far used for measuring the size of the platform economy range from surveys to more ingenious techniques exploiting big data. These methods and their limitations are explored in Eurofound’s mapping of measurements of the platform economy, with a discussion of the options to address the data gap.
The working paper on ‘Mapping the contours of the platform economy’ is now published and available from the main publication page below.
- Publication: Automation, digitisation and platforms: Implications for work and employment (see Related working papers)
Publicações do EMCC
Reshoring in Europe: Overview 2015–2018
01 April 2019
Technology scenario: Employment implications of radical automation
10 April 2019
Trade scenario: Employment implications in Europe of a large increase in global tariffs
14 March 2019
Restructuring trends: 2018 in review
16 May 2019
Wage and task profiles of employment in Europe in 2030
17 December 2018
Overview of new forms of employment - 2018 update
25 July 2018
Energy scenario: Employment implications of the Paris Climate Agreement
12 February 2019
Company initiatives to align apprenticeships to advanced manufacturing
28 February 2019
Employment effects of innovation support
17 October 2018
ERM report 2018: Impact of restructuring on working conditions
25 October 2018