The CRIMT Institutional Experimentation for Better Work Partnership Project seeks to build knowledge on and understanding of how to make work better. The focus is on actors in the world of work who engage in social experimentation and on whether that experimentation leads to work being better or worse. Work is a major dimension of people’s lives: for their life trajectories, for meaningful activity, for participation in their communities and societies. Succinctly, better work is a key for constructing better societies; worse work weakens their social fabric.

With that in mind, the CRIMT Partnership Project on Institutional Experimentation for Better Work brings together the Interuniversity Research Centre on Globalization and Work and an international network of leading partner centres and coresearchers (180). Each partner school, institute and research centre contributes financially to the realization of this project. They are: