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Disruptive Technologies Supporting Labour Market Decision Making

Deliverables

Website, social media platforms

Develop and launch the consortium and project website logo and social media pages

Interim report on Data Ethics and Use

This report will draw on the sociological analysis of the PES and citizen environments for governing and providing unemployment services It will outline context specific determinations of ethical dimensions of unemployment services This report will feed into the ethical requirements from the ESR

User Vision Statement

This document will set out the sociological understandings of the user needs and will set in motion the development of a greater understanding of how the platform will be developed the data required to ensure fair robust and equitable profiling and the overall vision of the end users

Technical report data sources and data protection for algorithm development

This report will provide guidance on the sources of public datasets that can be used for development of the platform It will indicate the sources of the data and its potential use by noting the importance to user needs of creating beneficial profiles and enhanced decision making It will reference data types and information points in the live raw data generated in ESS and if possible other PESThe lead on this deliverable will work with the data protection officer and ESS to develop a detailed set of guidelines for the use of specific datasets as analysed in this WP and indicated as being most relevant to the development of the platform

Detailed User Context Document

The user context document compliments the development of the platform in WP3 and WP4 and will determine the environment in the area of unemployment services and outline the considerations for social requirements when developing the platform along with providing a context of the expert user panelsBased on ethnographic field studies of pilot deployment site and using deeply anthropological approaches and interactive fieldwork to capture the user environment including the symbolical social relational political and cultural meanings around employment services and care

Terms of reference and schedule for steering group meetings

Publish schedule for steering group meetings and terms of reference for business to be discussed with each group along with responsibilities and levels of authority

Benchmarking study of 1st Gen: Ethical/Social review

This report draws on deliverable D13 and the ethics requirements deliverables It will produce a report based on these ethical reviews that outline specific ethical implications for the development of the platform from a human needs perspective It will feed into D11 and D12

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Publications

Integration of the Decision Support System with the Human Resources Management and Identity and Access Management systems in an Enterprise

Author(s): Miljenko Hajnic, Biljana Mileva Boshkoska
Published in: Rational decisions in organisations – theoretical and practical aspects, 1, 2021, Page(s) Pending publication
Publisher: Taylor and Francis

Reform: Policies and the Polity

Author(s): Tom Boland, Ray Griffin
Published in: The Reformation of Welfare, 1, 2021, Page(s) 45-69, ISBN 9781529211344
Publisher: Bristol University Press
DOI: 10.47674/9781529211344.003

Introduction: Paradoxes of Welfare

Author(s): Tom Boland, Ray Griffin
Published in: The Reformation of Welfare, 1-17, 2021, ISBN 9781529211344
Publisher: Bristol University Press
DOI: 10.47674/9781529211344.001

Variational Bayes survival analysis for unemployment modelling

Author(s): Pavle Boškoski, Matija Perne, Martina Rameša, Biljana Mileva Boshkoska
Published in: Knowledge-Based Systems, 229, 2021, Page(s) 107335, ISSN 0950-7051
Publisher: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.knosys.2021.107335

A Disruptive Decision Support Platform for Reengineering the Strategic Transfer of Employees

Author(s): Miljenko Hajnic, Biljana Mileva Boshkoska
Published in: IEEE Access, 9, 2021, Page(s) 29921-29928, ISSN 2169-3536
Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
DOI: 10.1109/access.2021.3059895