Mag. Bernadette Allinger

Bernadette Allinger,

Studied Sociology and English/American Studies at the University of Vienna, followed by postgraduate training in Sociology at the Vienna Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS); visiting doctoral research assistant at the University of Alberta, Canada. Currently working on her PhD thesis on ‘Work-Life Balance Policies in an Internationally Comparative Perspective: Austria, Denmark, Canada’. Since joining FORBA in March 2010, she has been the national correspondent for information services of the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (former EIRO and ERM observatories, since 2014 EurWORK and EMCC).

allinger[at]forba.at

Main research areas

Industrial relations, labour market

Publications

Journal articles & book chapters

  • Allinger, Bernadette, Flecker, Jörg, Hermann, Christoph (2014): Das Ende der Pfadabhängigkeit? – Umwälzungen in den industriellen Beziehungen seit der Krise; in: Sozialer Fortschritt 2014, Vol. 63, Nr. 1-2, Landau, S. 7-13 

Books

  • Brandl, Bernd, Allinger, Bernadette (2013): Transformation der Arbeitsbeziehungen in Irland und Portugal; Materialien zu Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft Nr. 119, AK Wien, Wien

FORBA Research Reports

  • Adam, Georg, Allinger, Bernadette (2017): Representativeness of the European social partner organisations: Tanning and leather industry; 62 Seiten, European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Dublin
  • Flecker, Jörg, Schönauer, Annika, Hermann, Christoph, Allinger, Bernadette (2010): Arbeitszeitverkürzung zur Umverteilung von Arbeit – internationale Beispiele; FORBA Forschungsbericht 1/2010, Wien