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  Labour Institute of the Greek General Confederation of Labour (INE/GSEE)

 



 
The Labour Institute of the Greek General Confederation of Labour (INE/GSEE) was created in 1990 with the aim to systematically contribute to the social and political intervention of the Greek labour movement based on scientific justification.
The strategy of INE/GSEE mainly consists in scientifically supporting the Greek General Confederation of Labour (GSEE) through the elaboration of researches and studies on labour and employment issues.  GSEE is the national-level trade union confederation which represents workers in the private sector.  
The main tasks of INE/GSEE consist of research and study on the themes which are on interest to the Greek economy and social policy, the Greek General  Confederation of Labour (GSEE), the trade unions which are members of the Confederation, at the regional as well as at sectoral and industry level, but also all employees, unemployed and even the retired in the country.
The Institute is spread out all over the country but its main location is in the capital of Greece, Athens.
It has divided its research activities into five areas:
•    Development economy
•    Industrial relations
•    Vocational and trade unionists training
•    Eastern and Balkan countries
With regard to the work program 2012-2013, the principal axes of scientific activity of INE/GSEE cover a wide range of research areas, such as: Greek and European economy, regional development, labour market, unemployment, industrial relations, health and social protection, trade unions organization and representation, new technologies and innovation, economic policy, immigration, poverty, strike activity, professional training, education.  

For more information see: www.inegsee.gr



This project has been funded with the financial support of the Industrial Relations and Social Dialogue Programme of the European Union - Directorate-Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion. This website reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.