DG REGIO and the Japanese City Bureau of Ministry of Labour, Infrastructure and Transport have launched a joint study to analyse – including through case studies – common demographic challenges, and to provide forecasts of population for regions and cities. The study will also identify policies and tools that can help regions and cities respond to these challenges, in particular those related to demographic ageing. Applica is involved in the analysis related to the EU.
The purpose of the study is to provide the Commission with evidence and analysis that will allow building up its evaluation of the ESF support to employment and mobility (i.e. TO8 excluding support to youth employment). The report aims at taking stock of the results of ESF related support for the period 2014-2018, building in particular on the relevant ESF evaluations carried out by the Member States. The results of the report should also feed into the next programming period by providing lessons and supporting the negotiations of the OP for the ESF+.
The study is a part of the multiple framework contracts for the provision of services related to the implementation of Better Regulation Guidelines.
The study aims at providing an analysis of the design, feasibility, governance and implementation options of a possible future European Child Guarantee for vulnerable children. The results of the study, which will also gather the views of national authorities, international organisations as well as civil society, will be presented at a final conference in the first half of 2020.
The objective of this project was to provide comparative statistics in seven occupations/sectors (accountant, civil engineer, lawyer, architect, patent agent, real estate agent, tourist guide) for all 28 Member States and, where data were available, Norway, Switzerland, Iceland and Liechtenstein, for the period 2011-2015.
The aim of the project is to analyse trends in income distribution, poverty, social exclusion and material deprivation as well as health across the European Union, the position of different groups in society in these regards and the social welfare systems in place in different Member States for tackling problems of inequality and deprivation.
The aim of the project is to conduct different types of analysis and research work, including studies for impact assessments in virtually all fields falling within DG EMPL competence.
The aim project is to provide to provide advice and assistance with the statistical and quantitative aspects of the next edition of the Industrial Relations Report. Mainly the service will be to produce statistical tables and graphs on a range of indicators related to social dialogue, employment and macro-economic issues.
The purpose of the project is to establish a network of experts and practitioners in job mobility that will work to support the Commission in collecting and analysing information about mobility, providing policy advice and promoting awareness of the issues through a series of studies, workshops and conference.
The aim of the contract is to assist with the preparation, production and translation of the Fifth Cohesion Report which will review regional developments in the EU over the past few years. The main tasks include advising on the content and the socio-economic analysis, drafting, editing, designing the page lay-out as well as coordinating the translation into all EU-languages.
The objective of the study is to analyse the 2007-2011 statistics on the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) and produce the report “Statistical Portrait of the EGF 2007-2011” in English, French and German.
The aim of this project was to tackle the issue of growth, employment and competitiveness in the knowledge-based European economy through a micro-founded firm-based approach.
Provision of expertise in compiling and analysis statistical data on employment and labour market developments across the EU relevant for industrial relations for the second and third reports. 2010, 2003-2004 and 2000-2001.
The objective of the study is to examine prospective changes in job quality and skill requirements in EU economies over the period up to 2016 and to identify potential skill shortages on the basis of an analysis of trends in the structure of employment over recent years.
An analysis of trends in skills requirements, the incidence of skill shortages and the policies adopted to tackle these, with case studies on the mechanical engineering and textile and clothing industries.
Members of Applica’s staff contributed to the analysis included in the study which analysed recent developments in the automotive industry (NACE 34.1-34.3) and the associated trends in employment across the EU and examined the implication for competences and skill requirements over the next few years.
The overall aim of the project is to coordinate the various studies being undertaken to assess the effects of cohesion policy over the period 2000-2006, to produce summary analyses of regional developments in all the Member States and to provide support to DG Regional Policy in carrying out the evaluation.
An analysis of economic developments in all NUTS 2 European regions focusing on the division of employment between sectors and the effect of this on performance and assessing their future prospects in the light of their human and other resource endowment.
Assessment of development needs of (present and future) Objective 1 regions in the various areas (or sectors) which were eligible for Structural Fund support with the aim of identifying a list of priority actions. The study was concerned with identifying the nature and scale of the regional problems both in the accession countries and in the existing EU15 Member States.