Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion

European Employment Policy Observatory

The European Employment Policy Observatory (EEPO) aims to improve European and national policy-making by providing information, analysis and insights on the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of policies.

The main purpose of the EEPO is to produce high-quality research papers on the labour market and employment, which can be accessed through the EEPO's library.

In developing its research, the EEPO brings together a network of experts from across the EU. They specialise in a range of topics relating to the labour market and employment, such as unemployment, work-life balance, education systems, skills supply, and wages.


The EEPO is managed by ICF on behalf of the European Commission. For any questions, please contact EMPL-A1-UNIT@ec.europa.eu.

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