Dr.in Monique Ramioul

5.3 Wirtschaft, Arbeit und Organisation

Monique Ramioul (1960) is a Sociologist (sociology of work and organisation). From 1985 until 1990 she worked as a researcher at the section Work and Organisation of the Department of Sociology – K.U.Leuven. After that (1990-95) she worked as an advisor at the Flemish Foundation for Tech­nology Assessment, where she conducted research on issues like the impact of technological innovation on the organisation of work, outsourcing, flexibility, the position of female workers on the labour market. In 1995, she returned at the university at the Steunpunt Werkgelegenheid Arbeid Vorming where she was a.o. responsible for the statistical analysis in view of the yearly monitoring book of the Flemish labour Market. From September 2000 on, she is Research Manager in the Work and Organisation sector at HIVA.. From November 2001 to December 2004, she was the coordinator of STILE, a 5FPproject of the IST programme- Eurostat. From 2005 to 2009 she is the coordinator of WORKS – Works and Organisation Restructuring in the Knowledge Society, an Integrated Project, including 17 European partners, in Thematic Priority 7 - Citizens and Governance in the Knowledge-based Society (6FP).

Her main research topics concern: the information society and changes in work, outsourcing, flexibility, social dialogue, and labour market issues. Her research experiences include both the management and coördination of large-scale international projects, the management of a research team and a personal long-standing experience in scientific research on work and organisation.