CEPS Project

GI-NI

Growing Inequality: a Novel Integration of transformations research

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GI-NI aims to contribute to an inclusive Europe of shared prosperity, by providing a better understanding of the changes and joint impact of three major transformations: technological progress, globalisation and migration; and offering policy and governance solutions to better equip citizens and companies, securing more equal opportunities and outcomes.
We use a multidisciplinary research approach by a top-tier consortium with international stakeholder engagement throughout the project.

GI-NI has five objectives:
1. Measure impacts of the three transformations on work, skills, and inequality;
2. Synthesize and analyse their interaction;
3. Foster dialogue and co-create future options with stakeholders;
4. Collect and consolidate data and produce future projections;
5. Identify policy and governance options for inclusion and equality.

GI-NI generates this by: building on state-of-the-art research and other EU projects; using innovative methods; combining EU-wide and international micro- and macro-data; addressing gaps in knowledge and insights on data, joint impacts, and futures.

We generate three new outcomes:
1. New scientific understanding of joint impacts of transformations;
2. Multilateral policy solutions;
3. New evidence in support of a robust EU policy strategy.

GI-NI carefully disseminates and valorises results. GI-NI addresses the general priorities of the H2020 Work Programme ‘Europe in a changing world’:
1. Address concerns of EU citizens on migration and the 4th Industrial Revolution by better understanding their impact on work, skills and equality and presenting scenarios and solutions;
2.Collaborate with international partners beyond EU borders (China, India, Brazil, Singapore);
3.Contribute to sustainable prosperity by bottom-up firm-level evidence and solutions;
4.Contribute to UN’s Sustainable Development Goals 1, 5, 8, 9, 10 and 17.

In conclusion, we provide insights and solutions to anticipate change for more equality in work and skills.

Basak Van Hove

Project Officer

+32 (0)2 229 39 16

Veselina Georgieva

Administrative Coordinator - Economic Policy and Jobs & Skills Unit

+32 (0)2 229 39 78

Cinzia Alcidi

Director of Research

+32 (0)2 229 39 58

Mattia Di Salvo

Researcher

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Farzaneh Shamsfakhr

Associate Researcher