Digit researchers present at 40th International Labour Process Conference

26 April 2022

Digit researchers discussed their work in more than 15 presentations (see list below) at the 40th International Labour Process Conference, ILPC, that took place in Padua, Italy, from the 21 to the 23 April 2022.

  • Vera Trappmann & Jo Cutter: Workers, trade unions and climate change: an (ambivalent) representational gap in the UK
  • Robert MacKenzie, Chris McLachlan, Roland Ahlstrand, Alexis Rydell, Jennifer Hobbins, Mark Stuart, Martin O’Brien: Post-redundancy Transitions and Sustainable Working Lives
  • Kate Hardy, Katie Cruz, Xanthe Whittaker: Nannying through Covid-19: professionalisation, polarisation and divergent collective strategies
  • Alexandra Seehaus, Class Consciousness of precarious workers. A comparative study of food couriers in Germany and the UK
  • Dario Azzellini, Ian Greer, Charles Umney: Why most occupations won’t be ‘Uberized’
  • Mariana Fernandez Massi, Julieta Longo: Old inequalities in new jobs: class and gender differences in platform work in Argentina
  • Gabriella Alberti, Simon Joyce: Mutualism, class composition and the reshaping of worker organization in platform mediated work
  • Vera Trappmann, Ioulia Bessa, Kate Hardy, Alexandra Seehaus, Charles Umney: Towards an affective turn in precarity: emotional histories and work orientations of young insecure workers
  • Eleanor Kirk, Esme Terry: (De)professionalisation, occupational closure and ‘the law’: evolving professional projects in HR and legal services
  • David Frayne, Brendan Burchell: Working time norms and the Covid pandemic: Organisational trials of the shorter working week
  • Ödül Bozkurt, Harry Pitts, Greig Charlock, Jennifer Johns, Edwards Yates: Coworking through and after Covid 19: Remote working, property markets and the spatial reconfiguration of the spaces of work
  • Gabriella Alberti, Chris Forde, Jo Cutter, Zinovijus Ciupijus, Ioulia Bessa, Marketa Dolezalova: Labour mobility post-Brexit: a sectoral and multi-scalar approach to changing migration regulation and impact on labour processes and social dialogue
  • Ian Cunningham, Alina Baluch, Philip James, Donna Baines, Kendra Briken: ‘Removing it from the draw’ – worker resistance and engagement with new technology in social care
  • Rowena Blokker, Wieteke Conen, Paul de Beer: Financial resilience of self-employed workers during the corona crisis: the role of networks
  • Bentul Mawa, Steve Vincent, Kate Hardy: Gendering global production network analyses: variation in employment systems and masculine domination within the Bangladeshi ready-made garment industry
  • Symposium 1: The Future of Work and Workers Room includes Kendra Briken
  • Mattia Dessì: What is a modernised mine? Fourth Industrial Revolution and the labour process in South Africa

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