Español   |   Français

The Nordic future of work: Drivers, institutions, and politics

First project report from 'The future of work: Opportunities and challenges for the Nordic models'

This initial report describes the main drivers and trends expected to shape the future of work. It also reviews the main distinctions of the Nordic model and recent developments in Nordic working lives, pointing towards the kind of challenges the future of work may pose to the Nordic models. Too often, debates about the future narrowly focus on changes in technology. This report draws attention to the broader drivers and political-institutional frameworks influencing working life developments, aiming to spur debate about how the interaction of changes in demography, climate, globalization and digital technologies may influence Nordic working lives in the coming decades.

Sources

Other sources

Specify Source

Nordic Council of Ministers

Country

Denmark
Finland
Iceland
Norway
Sweden

Economic Groups

OECD members

Regions

Europe and Central Asia

Knowledge Products

Research papers and syntheses

Sub Knowledge Products

Report

Issues

Anticipating future skills needs

Subject Tags

globalization
climate change
technology

Additional Subject Tags

Future of work, megatrends

Publication Date

11/2018
Your comments
This discussion feature works best when accessed from the following browsers: Chrome or Firefox.
Please read our Community Guidelines .


Sign up to receive our newsletter
Subscribe