SATURDAY, 10 SEPT. 2022

09:30 - 11:00

PARALEL SESSIONS - SLOT 5

 T1-S14: GENDER EQUALITY I 

Reconciling work and life: Social partners’ role in the transformation of the gendered welfare state 

Veronika Lemeire, Hasselt University 

Patrizia Zanoni, Utrecht University 

 

Building Blocks for a Gender Equitable Recovery from Pandemic? 

Rae Cooper, University of Sydney 

 

Empowering company-level plans to contrast gender pay gap: recent trends in labour market regulation 

Matteo Avogaro, ESADE Institute for Labour Studies - Ramon Llull University 

T1-S15: TRAINING AND SKILLS 

Training and education for new skills as a public policy in Latin America. 

Eleonora Peliza, Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, - ARTRA 

Paula Sardegna, Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero - Instituto de Estudios Interdisciplinarios en Derecho Social y Relaciones del Trabajo (UNTREF- IDEIDES) 

Works Councils and Apprenticeship Training. Using the heterogeneity of works councils' power 

Kathrin Weis, Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB) 

 

Remedy or short-term fix? Immigration policy as a distinct source of skills 

Chris Wright, University of Sydney 

Colm McLaughlin, University College Dublin 

 

Organizational Responses to Workforce Aging: The Role of Employment Relations Institutions 

Peter Berg, Michigan State University 

Matt Piszczek, Wayne State University 

Daniela Hochfellner, Google 

Chris Ruhm, University of Virginia 

Marissa Eckrote-nordland, University of Wisconsin - LacCrosse

 

T1-S16: LABOR MARKET DUALIZATION 

Occupational change and varieties of capitalism in Europe 

Daniel Herrero, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid 

Laura Pérez Ortiz, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Complutense Institute for International Studies (ICEI) 

 

The Causes of Duality in the Labor Market 

Ferran Elias, Universitat de València 

 

A double ethnic penalty? A study of the mobility patterns of the second-generation immigrants. 

Tomas Berglund, University of Gothenburg 

Gabriella Elgenius, University of Gothenburg 

Denis Frank, University of Gothenburg 

Vedran Omanovic, Gothenburg School of Economics 

 

T1-S17: GENDER EQUALITY II 

Equality and Discrimination in Collective Agreements in Israel 

Lilach Lurie, Tel-Aviv University 

 

Labour market regulations on gender equity and gender pay gap 

Frikkie de Bruin, PSCBC 

 

Comparative study in Andalusia and Catalonia of inter-gender labour inequality through a Labour Market Gender Segmentation Index 

María Cascales Mira, Universidad de Sevilla / UAB

 

T2-S10: SOCIAL PARTNER AND GOVERNANCE 

Stitching Governance for Labour Rights: Towards Transnational Industrial Democracy? 

Jimmy Donaghey, University of South Australia 

Juliane Reinecke, King's College London 

 

Social partners’ involvement in dual VET governance: Greece, Poland, Portugal and Spain in comparison 

Pablo Sanz, Notus-ASR 

Daniel Barrientos, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 

Joan Antoni Serra, Notus-ASR 

 

The Legitimacy of Free Collective Bargaining in Germany 

Hagen Lesch, German Economic Institute (Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft) 

Helena Bach, German Economic Institute (Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft) 

Sandra Vogel, German Economic Institute (Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft 

 

T2-S11: NEW TECHNOLOGIES, OLD AND NEW COLLECTIVE RESPONSES 

Digitization and job quality: Participative proposal for an assessment of occupational health in Industry 4.0 

Arturo Lahera-Sánchez, Complutense University of Madrid 

Ana Negro, Universidad de Valladolid 

Francisco J. Tovar, Universidad Complutense de Madrid 

 

Implications of the extension of Artificial Intelligence mechanisms for industrial democracy 

Dan Top, Cabinet avocat Dan Top 

Ana Maria Alexandra Iancu, 

 

One trade union, many responses to digitalisation: the case of Fiom representatives in the automotive sector 

Angelo Moro, Université de Bourgogne, Artes 4.0 

Maria Enrica Virgillito, Institute of Economics, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies 

 

Ports of globalization in Chile and Spain: comparison of dockers union strategies against semi-automation 

Camila Álvarez Torres, QUIT-UAB 

T2-S12: CO-DETERMINATION, INDUSTRY AND PRODUCTIVITY 

Co-determination: good, bad or irrelevant for business? 

Inger Marie Hagen, Oslo Met 

Mona Bråten, FAFO 

 

Mediating Technological Change: Contrasting Trade Union approaches in Norway and UK in food processing work 

Secki Jose, DMU 

Jonathan Payne, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK 

Caroline Lloyd, Cardiff University 

 

Deviating from sector-level norms: Empirical results from the German metal- and electrical industry 

Sandra Vogel, German Economic Institute (IW) 

Hagen Lesch, German Economic Institute (Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft) 

Helena Bach, German Economic Institute (Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft) 

Christoph Schröder, German Economic Institute (Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft) 

 

Alliances for work in co-determined German companies during the pandemic 

Toralf Pusch, WSI. Hans Böckler Stiftung 

Hartmut Seifert, Hans Böckler Stiftung 

 

T3-S06: NEW AND OLD JOBS FOR THE JUST TRANSITION 

Workers for the future: the GKN workers' struggle and the Plan towards a Public Hub for Sustainable Mobility 

Francesca Gabbriellini, Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna 

Angelo Moro, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna – Pisa 

Lorenzo Cresti, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna – Pisa 

Giacomo Gabbuti, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna - Pisa 

Maria Enrica Virgillito, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna – Pisa 

Armanda Cetrullo, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna – Pisa 

Simone Gasperin, UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose - London 

Arianna Tassinari, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies - Köln 

Bruno Settis, Scuola Normale Superiore – Pisa 

Guendalina Anzolin, King's College – London 

Lorenzo Cini, University College - Dublin 

Benedetta Rizzo, Scuola Normale Superiore - Pisa 

 

Trade unions facing the eco-social-growth trilemma: the case of just transition in Taranto 

Matteo Mandelli, University of Milan 

Matteo Jessoula, University of Milan 

Luca Novelli, University of Milan 

 

Social dialogue in transition: The case of Norwegian shipyards 

Anne Mette Odegard, FAFO Institute for Labour and Social research 

Sondre Thorbjornsen, FAFO Institute for Labour and Social research 

Jon Erik Dolvik, FAFO Institute for Labour and Social research 

 

Transformations and the Changes in Corporatist Industry Policy in the German Chemical Industry 

Thomas Haipeter, University of Duisburg-Essen 

Alexander Bendel, University of Duisburg-Essen 

 

T4-S07: POLICYMAKING AND PUBLIC SERVICE 

What’s NEG(X)T? Continuity and change in European Governance of Labour after the Covid-19 pandemic 

Vincenzo Maccarrone, University College Dublin 

Roland Erne, University College Dublin 

 

Voices from the City: rhetoric and experiences of public service work at the time of the pandemic 

Andrea Bellini, Sapienza University of Rome 

Silvia Lucciarini, Sapienza University of Rome 

 

Variegated de-marketization‘: manifestations and dynamics of extra-neoliberal politics and practices 

Karen Jaehrling, University of Duisburg-Essen 

 

Human Resource Managers’ View on COVID-19 and its on Botswana National Development Bank (NDB) 

Theophilus Tebetso Tshukudu, University of Botswana 

 

T5-S06: CHANGES IN HR PRACTICES 

Competence dilemmas: Employer strategies in response to digitalization 

Johan Røed Steen, FAFO Institute for Labour and Social Research 

Anna Hedenus, University of Gothenburg 

Erica Nordlander, University of Gothenburg 

 

The Impact of Technological Changes on HR Practices During the Covid-19: Some Reflections 

Balakrishnan Parasuraman, University of Cyberjaya 

Nazanin Dara, University of Cyberjaya 

 

Country-of-origin of parent companies on HR policies in overseas subsidiaries 

Toshiko Suda, Aoyama Gakuin University 

 

Digital Technologies in HR Management in Bulgaria 

Mariya Bobina, Western Illinois University 

 

T5-S07: NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN HRM 

The use of AI in HRM: exploring a number of legal issues and glancing into the future 

Evelien Timbermont, Vrije Universiteit Brusse 

 

Level up computerized 

David Öborn Regin, Karlstad University 

 

Contextual factors associated to the incidence of HR analytics

Amaya Erro-Garcés, Universidad Pública de Navarra

 

09:30 - 11:00

SPECIAL SESSIONS - SLOT 5

SS-T3-04: PUBLIC PROCUREMENT AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING 

Chair: Thorsten Schulten and Torsten Müler 

 

The promotion of collective bargaining through public procurement - a European overview 

Torsten Müller (ETUI) & Thorsten Schulten (WSI) 

 

Public procurement and collective bargaining: National Experiences 

France (Catherine Vincent, IRES) 

Spain - Oscar Molina, Autonomous University of Barcelona) 

Slovakia - Marta Kahancova, CELSI) 

Sweden - Ann-Christine Hartzen, Lund University) 

Germany - Thorsten Schulten, WSI) 

 

Political Perspectives: Trade Union campaigns for a reform of the European Public Procurement Directives 

Stan De Spiegelaere (UNI-Europa) 

 

SS-GLI: GRUPO LATINOAMERICANO ILERA (SPANISH SESSION) 

Chair: Martha Elisa Monsalve Cuéllar