Migration Policy Centre (MPC) Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSC); European University Institute (EUI)
From as soon as possible until 31 January 2020
Is undeclared work in agriculture really just a Southern European problem– and, if not, what is driving the demand elsewhere? Case studies on migrant labour in Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden. The project is funded by Open Society European Policy Institute (OSEPI)
We are looking for two external collaborators, one in the Netherlands and the other one in Germany. The two external collaborators will each produce a country report on migrant labour in the agricultural sector. The external collaborators will review relevant academic literature and other documentation, reports, policy and legal texts. They will also conduct targeted interviews with policymakers and experts in the two countries. The external collaborators will also attend the report launch in Brussels. The external collaborators are not expected to work at the EUI premises in Florence, Italy.
PhD in law, social or political science or a related discipline; research expertise on migration and labour policies, seasonal migration and agricultural sector; proven track record of publications in the same fields; experience in working in international research teams.
The total fee will be 5,500 euro