Funded by: Horizon 2020 framework of the European Union

TECHNEQUALITY aims to improve our understanding of the relation between current technological innovations (robotisation, automation, and digitisation) and social inequalities (income, skills, education, well-being and health) in European countries.


  1. The future of work in Europe
  2. Technology, skills, and inequality
  3. Educating today for tomorrows labour market
  4. Reinventing social welfare
  5. Automation, taxation, and public finances
  6. Is this time really different?
  7. Inclusive policies for reducing technological inequalities
  8. Project management, dissemination and communication


  • Maastricht University: Research Centre of Education and the Labor Market (lead)
  • The University of Oxford: Oxford Martin School
  • The European University Institute: Department of Social and Political Science
  • The Berlin Social Science Centre: Research Unit on Skill Formation and the Labor Market
  • Stockholm University: The Swedish Institute for Social Research)
  • The University of Tallinn: School of Governance, Law and Society
  • The University of Tilburg: Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
  • Cambridge Econometrics: E3ME

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