Our ESRC-funded research aims to increase understanding of how digital technologies are changing work and the implications for employers, workers, job seekers and governments.
Early career and post graduate researchers with a focus on digital change in professional work are invited to submit an abstract for the event, which will now take place on 24 January 2024.
The Digital Futures at Work Research Centre will co-host an Early Career Workshop at the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics’ 2024 Annual Conference. Digit members will also host three mini-conferences during the event.
Five projects have been awarded funding in the fourth round of the Digital Futures at Work Research Centre’s Innovation Fund.
Jacqueline O’Reilly and Rachel Verdin (November 2023), Digit Policy Brief
Emma Russell (October 2023), Digit Policy Brief
David A Spencer (2023), Cambridge Journal of Economics
Mariana Fernández Massi and Julieta Longo (2023), Cambridge Journal of Economics
7 December 2023
Professor Simon Deakin and colleagues present some of the trends and patterns revealed by the updated CBR Labour Regulation Index.
Dr Emma Russell explores the four ‘super’ work-email actions identified in her research.
Steve Rolf and Jacqueline O’Reilly say gig economy workers are less protected as more companies create benefits packages for self-employed workers. Originally published in The Conversation.
Aniket Baksy asks whether differing levels of investment in human resources underly differences in digital technology adoption between “digital superstars” and other firms.
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