34th International Labour Process Conference 2017 "Reconnecting Work and Political Economy"
Each year the ILPC brings together researchers from a variety of countries with the objective of enhancing our understanding of contemporary developments relating to work and employment. The conference organisers welcome papers from any topics on ‘Work and Employment’ broadly defined. The theme of the 2017 conference is ‘Reconnecting Work and Political Economy’. Topics: - Power, subordination and degradation in the contemporary global economy - The politics of production, productivity and performance management - Structural imbalances in the global economy and the consequences for labour - Finance capital and ‘financialisation’ - Institutional dynamics, accumulation and the labour process - The influence of international and supranational organisations - Commodification and the role of markets - Austerity, welfare regimes and the workplace - Productive and reproductive labour in the global economy - Global value chains and ‘dimensions’ of labour (e.g. unfree/ forced labour, informal work) - Technology, ‘robotisation’ and the digital economy - Time, space, place and the labour process - Migrant labour, labour markets and the organisation of production - Connecting Work and Employment in Global South and developing Economies We also welcome papers related to traditional labour process territories and concerns.
|Event dates:||2017-04-04 – 2017-04-06|
|Deadline Call for Papers:||2016-10-21|
|Organizer:||Work, Organisation and Employment Relations Research Centre (WOERRC) and the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI), University of Sheffield, UK|
|Conference venue:||Sheffield, Mercure St Pauls Hotel|
Organising Team: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Classification:||F6 - Economic Impacts of Globalization ; J0 - Labor and Demographic Economics. General ; M5 - Personnel Economics|
|Event type:||Konferenzen, Tagungen; Conferences|