Future of Work, Future of Regulation: Schedule
Friday 9 July 2021, 11am BST: A Discussion of The Social Protection
Claire Marzo (University Paris East (UPEC) France): Public and Private Actors’ Strategies to Improve Platform Workers’ Social Protection in and Beyond the Covid-19 Pandemic: Comparison between France and UK
Francesca Ghiani (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano): Working time and digital technologies: what perspectives for the future of work?
Wednesday 14 July 2021, 11am BST: Bossware and Artificial Intelligence at Work
Sandy Gould (Cardiff University, School of Computer Science and Informatics): Bossware and Worker-centred Telemetry
Michele Molè (University of Groningen, The Netherlands): From artificial lighting to artificial intelligence at work: past, present and future of groundbreaking surveillance technologies and fundamental rights
Friday 16 July 2021, 11am BST: Transparency in Algorithmic Management and Gender in the Platform Economy
Giovanni Gaudio (Ca' Foscari University of Venice): Algorithmic Bosses Can’t Lie - How to foster transparency and limit abuses of the new algorithmic bosses
Ambika Tandon & Aayush Rathi (The Centre for Internet and Society, India): Gender-responsive Policy for the Platform Economy
Thursday 22 July 2021, 12pm BST: Digital Nomads and the Classification of Platform Workers
Yvette Lind & Nicole Christiansen (Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen University): Digital Nomads: Legal and Regulatory Issues
Despoina Georgiou (University of Cambridge): Platform Work and the One-Sided Shifting of Risks from Employers to Workers: Ways Forward
Wednesday 28 July 2021, 2pm BST: Justice in Automated Decision-Making and Managerial Prerogative in the Future of Work
Zahra Yusifli (University of Luxembourg): Can a decision to dismiss be both automated and just according the ILO Convention No. 158 on Termination of Employment?
Gali Racabi (Harvard Law School): Abolish the Employer Prerogative - The Future of Work, and How to Stop It
Thursday 29 July 2021, 12pm BST: Working from Home, Algorithmic Management and Rights at Work
Tammy Katsabian (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem): The Telework Pandemic: Working From Home after COVID-19 and the Implications for Privacy and Equality
Philippa Collins & Joe Atkinson (University of Bristol & University of Sheffield): Labour Rights, Labour Values and Technology at Work
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