The Centre d'Estudis Sociològics sobre la Vida Quotidiana i el Treball (QUIT) was established in 1989 as a research centre within the Department of Sociology and is directed by Dr. Joan Miquel Verd.
The fundamental aim of the research centre is the development and consolidation of a line of investigation that relates the fields of work and employment and everyday life. This is done by taking into consideration both the strategies of individual and corporate actors as well as the context where decisions are made.
Our research centre has taken the initiative of promoting the establishment of a new institute -'Institute for Labour Studies' -within the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona. The motivations behind this decision are mostly related to an increasing awareness of the need to consolidate the position and improve the visibility of academic centres in the field of labour, as well as to enhance the quality of research by expanding the research activity to some related areas like labour law, labour economics, political economy.
Events and Seminars
Third European Conference on Social Networks (EUSN2017) will be held in Mainz, at the Johannes Gutenberg-University, September 26 to 29, 2017
36th International Labour Process Conference ‘Class and the Labour Process’ Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Buenos Aires, 21-23 March 2018
El IV Encuento del Comité de Sociología del Trabajo de la FES tendrá lugar los días 21 y 22 de junio de 2018 en la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona bajo el lema: ¿Cómo estamos saliendo de la crisis?. Presentación
News and Publications
- Third edition of the Bulletin of the map of collective bargaining in Catalonia, drawn up by the Council of Labor Relations - In this edition you will find a statistical analysis of the structure of collective bargaining in Catalonia dated as of January 1, 2017.
- Talking through the crisis: Social dialogue and industrial relations trends in selected EU countries. - This book brings together country case studies from eleven EU Member States, which document emerging trends in national social dialogue, focusing on developments since 2013.