Call for papers for special issue ‘The “new” social relations of digital technology and the future of work’. Submission of papers 30th September 2020; special issue publication Autumn 2021.
Professor Jacqueline O’Reilly delivered a keynote speech to yesterday's NESTA conference on 'Working Better: Using data and design to create an inclusive, future-oriented system for jobs and skills’.
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Professor Jacqueline O’Reilly spoke at an event hosted by the Women and Work All Party Parliamentary Group and the University of Sussex Business School on tackling gender inequality in business and entrepreneurship.
Papers should be submitted 1-31 December 2019. The Special Issue will be published in 2021.
A major new research centre will launch at the start of 2020, exploring how digital technologies are changing the world of work.