The project aims at assessing the impact of six policy options identified by the EC to modify the current regulatory setting of posting at the European Union level. The study of the literature was carried out on both a set of national case studies and statistical and econometric analyses, and allowed to identify the extent of posting, its main features and drivers, the main economic, social and legal problems related to the phenomenon and then outline the objectives and scope of the desirable revisions.
All this process required an extensive methodological work, as well as the application of advanced monitoring and ex-ante evaluation techniques. The assessment also investigated the new obligations on information related to each of the six policy options and estimated the related administrative costs. A comparison among the suggested policy options, both in terms of effectiveness and administrative costs borne by the different stakeholders, was possible thanks to the several analyses carried out. A synthesis and analysis of the complex results, of quality control and of the consistency of reporting were the key tasks of this project.