Industrial Relations & Labour Studies - Personnel Economics & HRM - Labour Economics - Economics of Education - Gender Economics - Economics of Migration - Regional and International Economics - Applied Econometrics
Compensation and Benefits - Firm Performance - Employability - Job Satisfaction - Labour Market Institutions (e.g. Trade Unions, Collective Bargaining, Minimum Wages, Employment Protection Legislation) - Educational/Qualification Mismatch - Migration - Gender - Ageing - Discrimination - Workforce Diversity - Inequality & Poverty - Value Chains & Offshoring - Credit Constraints - Over-Indebtedness - Linked Employer-Employee Panel Data
most representative publications
- Giuliano R. , Kampelmann S., Mahy B. and Rycx F., (2017), "Short Notice, Big Difference ? The Effect of Temporary Employment on Firm Competitiveness Across Sectors", British Journal of Industrial Relations, 55, 2, pp. 421-449, SBS-EM Ranking: 7 points.
- Garnero A., Kampelmann S. and Rycx F., (2015), "Sharp Teeth or Empty Mouths? Revisiting the Minimum Wage Bite with Sectoral Data", British Journal of Industrial Relations, 53, 4, pp. 760-788, SBS-EM Ranking: 7 points.
- Garnero A., Kampelmann S. and Rycx F., (2014), "Part-time Work, Wages and Productivity: Evidence from Belgian Matched Panel Data", Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 67, 3, pp. 926-954, SBS-EM Ranking: 7 points.
- Garnero A., Kampelmann S. and Rycx F., (2014), "The Heterogeneous Effects of Workplace Diversity on Productivity, Wages and Profits", Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, 53, 3, pp. 430-477, SBS-EM Ranking: 8 points.
- Rycx F. and Rusinek M., (2013), "Rent Sharing under Different Bargaining Regimes: Evidence from Linked Employer-Employee Data", British Journal of Industrial Relations, 51, 1, pp. 28-58, SBS-EM Ranking: 7 points.