Friday 9 September

PARALLEL SESSIONS – SLOT 3

9:30 – 11:00

 

T1-S08
Room: Aula 1 Facultat Dret

Green jobs and the green transition
Moderator: Carla Spinelli

Pros and Cons of Remote Working from the Perspective of Decent Work and Green Deal
Zeynep ŞIŞLI, Izmir University of Economics
CSR in Green Transition: from Transnational Social Dialogue to the EU Directive on Due Diligence
Carla SPINELLI, University Aldo Moro of Bari
The Employer’s Legal Responsibility for Working Environment and Rehabilitation
Johan HOLM, Umeå universitet

 

T2-S05
Room: Aula 2 Facultat Dret

Digitization, resistance, and conflict
Moderator: Helena Ysas

Control and Conflict at Amazon
Georg BARTHEL, University of Duisburg-Essen
Digital employee monitoring and collective bargaining
Helena YSÀS, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Workers'; voice on how their work environment has changed with a software robot as a colleague
Annica ASP, Karlstad University
Fear of Missing Out: Workaholism and Gamification amongst Platform Delivery Workers in the UK
Tony ROYLE, University of York

 

T2-S06

Room: Aula 3 Facultat Dret

Unions and collective bargaining

Moderator: Paulo Marques

After industrial relations reform: Coping with the loss of decentralized representation structures?
Kevin GUILLAS-CAVAN, Institut de Recherches Economiques et Sociales (IRES)
Marcus KAHMANN, Institut de Recherches Economiques et Sociales (IRES)
Under which conditions do unions sign collective agreements containing pro-outsider clauses? A fsQCA
analysis

Paulo MARQUES, ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa and DINÂMIA'CET
Level-up: moving from single-employer to multi-employer bargaining
Stan DE SPIEGELAERE, Ghent University - UNI Europa

 

T4-S04
Room: Aula 7 Facultat Ciències Polítiques i de Sociologia

Remote work in the pandemic
Moderator: Sara Moreno

The teleworking experience during COVID-19: Changes in perceptions of labor relations
Vicent BORRÀS CATALÀ, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Sara MORENO COLOM, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
The modern concept of employee subordination on the example of employees in the public sphere.
Paulina MATYJAS LYSAKOWSKA, Jan Kochanowski University of Kielce
Motivating and Dissuading Factors in Work-from-Home Arrangement: Employer vs. Employee Perspectives
Virgel BINGHAY, University of the Philippines
Telework regulation in the EU: a comparative analysis
Ricardo RODRÍGUEZ CONTRERAS, Eurofound
Pablo SANZ DE MIGUEL, Notus-ASR
Óscar VARGAS, Eurofound

 

T5-S04
Room: Aula 8 Facultat Ciències 
Polítiques i de Sociologia

Algorithmic management
Moderator: Anna Ginés i Fabrellas

With or Without Algorithms: Managing Self-Employed in the Platform Economy
Christian HALDRUP, University of Copenhagen
Anna ILSØE, University of Copenhagen
Trine Pernille LARSEN, University of Copenhagen
Algorithms for profiling and automated decisions in the workplace: are current transparency measures enough?
Anna GINÈS I FABRELLAS, Esade Law School
The subjectivity of artificial intelligence as an employer
Krzysztof STEFANSKI, University of Lodz
Contextual factors associated to the incidence of HR analytics
Amaya ERRO-GARCÉS, Universidad Pública de Navarra

SPECIAL SESSIONS
9:30 - 11:00

SS-T1-02
Room: Aula 9 Facultat Ciències Polítiques i de Sociologia

POWER RESOURCES IN EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS – I
Session Organizer: Jens Arnholtz, FAOS, University of Copenhagen

Ideational power resources in employment relations
Colm MCLAUGHLIN, University College Dublin
Chris F. WRIGHT, The University of Sydney

Leveraging power resources for a decent minimum wage
Mat JOHNSON, The University of Manchester
Why varieties of power resources matter
Guglielmo MEARDI, Scuola Normale Superiore Florence

SS-T2-01
Room: Aula 2 Facultat Ciències Polítiques i de Sociologia

BOOK LAUNCH' EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS AS NETWORKS: METHODS AND THEORY”
Session Organizer: Bernd Brandl & Oscar Molina

Discussant: Roberto Pedersini and Trine Pernille Nielsen


SS-T3-03
Room: Aula 10 Facultat Ciències Polítiques i de Sociologia

TURNING POINTS IN NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS: A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE - I
Session Organizer: Martin Behrens & Andi Pekarek

Turning points in comparative labour relations: The case of Germany
Martin BEHRENS, WSI/Hans-Boeckler-Foundation
Andreas H. PEKAREK, The University of Melbourne

Turning points in Romanian labour relations
Ovidiu GORAN, Law Office Ovidiu P. Goran
Danish industrial relations – a slow slide towards deep changes
Søren Kaj ANDERSEN, FAOS, Employment Relations Research Center
Driving Forces in Evolution of Employment Relations in Russia
Maria BYTCHKOVA, London School of Economics

SS-T4-01
Room: Aula 4 Facultat Dret

SOCIAL DIALOGUE AND WELFARE SERVICES IN EUROPE: NATIONAL CHALLENGES AND LOCAL SOLUTIONS FOR LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS - I
Session Organizer: Stefano Neri, University of Milan

Session 1

Introduction: presentation of the SOWELL project and of the special session
Stefano NERI, University of Milan
Welfare as labour market and labour in the welfare services in Europe: employment, jobs and industrial relations
Stefano NERI, University of Milan
Wage setting and workload as crucial arena for social dialogue in Germany
Karin GOTTSCHALL, University of Bremen
Ruth ABRAMOWSKI, University of Bremen

Tackling labour shortage in the care services: social dialogue and union action in Denmark
Mikkel MAILAND, FAOS, University of Copenhagen
Nana WESLEY HANSEN, FAOS, Univ. of Copenhagen

The Dutch welfare services between marketisation and social dumping
Frank TROS, University of Amsterdam
Simon KUIJPERS-HEEZEMANS, University of Amsterdam

Discussant: Maarten Keune, University of Amsterdam

 


PLENARY SESSION
11:45 - 13:15

 

PS2

Governing Artificial Intelligence and Algorithmic Management: Dimensions, Challenges and Instruments

Room: Auditori

Chair: Greg J. Bamber, Monash University, Australia

Visiting Professor, Newcastle University, UK

Human and ethical implications of digitisation andautomation at the workplace

Ricardo RODRÍGUEZ CONTRERAS, EUROFOUND

Artificial Intelligence and labour markets. Social andemployment implications

Lucía VELASCO, School of Transnational Governance EUIFlorence

Making algorithms safe for workers: occupational risksassociated with work managed by artificial intelligence

Adrian TODOLI, Universitat de València

PARALLEL SESSIONS – SLOT 4

15:00 – 16:30

 

T1-S11
Room: Aula 2 Facultat Ciències Polítiques i de Sociologia

Membership and renewal of trade unions

Moderator: Raquel Rego

Union Finances: The Dark horse within European trade unions’ means of actions Trine Pernille Larsen, University
of Copenhagen

Anna ILSØE, University of Copenhagen
Jens ARNHOLTZ, University of Copenhagen
Beyond Density: Improving Labor Unions’ Representativeness through Gender Quotas
Raquel REGO, Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa
Trade union membership among labour migrants: the case of Norway
Kristine NERGAARD, FAFO Institute for Labour and Social Research
Anne Mette ØDEGÅRD, FAFO Institute for Labour and Social Research
Collectivising services: trade union renewal at the crossroads
Andrea BELLINI, Sapienza University of Rome
Alberto GHERARDINI, University of Turin

T1-S12
Room: Aula 1 Facultat Dret

Labor market regulations
Moderator: Eva UDDEN SONNEGÅRD

Labour Market Regulations and Productivity
Eva UDDEN SONNEGÅRD, The Ratio Institute
The Role of Labour Inspectorate in the Enforcement of Labour Regulation: The case of Greece
Achilleas ANAGNOSTOPOULOS, University of Thessaly

 

T1-S13
Room: Aula 11 Facultat Ciències Polítiques i de Sociologia

Regulating dualized labor markets
Moderator: Wouter ZWYSEN

New Regulation in the German Meat Industry: Towards better Working Conditions and a new Labour Relations?
Thorsten SCHULTEN, Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftliches Institut (WSI)
Serife EROL-VOGEL, Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftliches Institut (WSI)
Polarisation driven by widening firm gaps and outsourcing

Wouter ZWYSEN, ETUI
Variegated de-marketization‘: manifestations and dynamics of extra-neoliberal politics and practices
Karen JAEHRLING, University of Duisburg-Essen

 

T2-S07
Room: Aula 2 Facultat Dret

Collective responses of platform workers
Moderator: Valentina Franca

How to (re)cover remote and platform workers? An empirical analysis and policy implication
Valentina FRANCA, University of Ljubljana

Working Conditions of Platform Workers and Their Protest Waves in Turkey
Sevda KÖSE, Kocaeli University
Platform workers in the US and the EU: employees or independent contractors?
Isabel DA COSTA, CNRS, IDHES, ENS Paris-Saclay
Precarity and fraud after the ‘Rider Law’: exploring the circumvention of labour law by digital platforms
Pablo SANZ DE MIGUEL, Notus-ASR
María Isabel CASAS-CORTÉS, Universidad de Zaragoza
Amaia PRIETO, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

 

T2-S08
Room: Aula 12 Facultat Ciències Polítiques i de Sociologia

COVID-19 effects on labor market
Moderator: Kristin Alsos

Digitalization in Norwegian retail – towards a more divided workforce?
Kristin ALSOS, FAFO
Sissel C. TRYGSTAD, FAFO
Do workers speak up when job insecure? Examining workers’ response to precarity during the COVID-19
pandemic

Hye Jin RHO, Michigan State University
Christian Lyhne IBSEN, University of Copenhagen
Reactions to the Covid-19 Pandemic in the German Auto and IT-services Sectors
Christina TEIPEN, HWR Berlin (Berlin School of Economics and Law)
Distributional conflicts between public employees – The Danish nurses’ strike during the pandemic in 2021
Laust HØGEDAHL, Aalborg Universitet

 

T2-S09
Room: Aula 8 Facultat Ciències Polítiques i de Sociologia

New technologies and industrial relations
Moderator: Arianna Marcolin

How does digitalisation affect industrial relations, and vice-versa, in the Italian & Spanish retail sector?
Arianna MARCOLIN, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies

Collective bargaining and digitalisation – crisis or revitalisation of trade unions?
Nele DITTMAR, TU Berlin
Digitalization and work organization in Italian banks: the role of collective barganing
Francesco SEGHEZZI, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia
The Future of Labor Unions in the Age of Automation and at the Dawn of AI
Gadi NISSIM, Ruppin Academic Center

T3-S05
Room: Aula 7 Facultat Ciències Polítiques i de Sociologia

Green transition and labor market policies
Moderator: Ewan Mckenzie

From just transition to the `eco-social state`
Bela GALGOCZI, European Trade union Institute (ETUI)
The Scandinavian labour market model and the green shift
Alexander Sønderland SKJØNBERG, BI Norwegian Business School
Workers’ Voice and Security in a Just Transition: Rolls Royce and Redundancies in Inchinnan, Scotland
Ewan MACKENZIE, Newcastle University

 

T4-S05
Room: Aula 3 Facultat Dret

Social dialogue and the governance of industrial relations

Moderator: Daniel Barrientos

Social partners’ involvement in dual VET governance: Greece, Poland, Portugal and Spain in comparison
Pablo SANZ DE MIGUEL, Notus-ASR
Daniel BARRIENTOS, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
The Legitimacy of Free Collective Bargaining in Germany
Hagen LESCH, German Economic Institute (Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft)
Sandra VOGEL, German Economic Institute (Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft)
Transformations and the Changes in Corporatist Industry Policy in the German Chemical Industry
Thomas HAIPETER, University of Duisburg-Essen

T4-S06
Room: Aula 6 Facultat Dret

Employment and collective action in the pandemic
Moderator: Thomas Bredgaard

The covid-19 pandemic and transformations in Danish working life
Thomas BREDGAARD, Aalborg University
COVID-19, Control and Resistance in Devolved Public Education Work
Isabella DABAJA, University of Sydney
Elderly Care Professionals During the Pandemic - A Swedish Perspective on a Legal Problem
Peter RAMSJÖ, Uppsala University

 

 

SPECIAL SESSIONS
15:00 - 16:30

SS-T1-02
Room: Aula 9
Facultat Ciències Polítiques i de Sociologia
POWER RESOURCES IN EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS – II
Session Organiser: Jens Arnholtz, FAOS, University of Copenhagen

What’s in a Number? Reductionist and Holistic Approaches to Associational Power
Christian Lyhne IBSEN, University of Copenhagen
Power resource theory and the case of migrant workers
Stefania MARINO, The University of Manchester
Miguel MARTINEZ LUCIO, The University of Manchester

Power and interests in revitalized power resource theory
Jens ARNHOLTZ, University of Copenhagen
Bjarke REFSLUND, Aalborg University


SS-T1-03
Room: Aula 5
Facultat Dret

MAKING WORKERS' RIGHTS IN GSCS A REALITY
Session Organiser and discussant: Janice Bellace, University of Pennsylvania

GSCs in Latin America and Asia: the impact of labour clauses on labour rights
Mark ANNER, Pennsylvania State University
Recent due diligence legislation in Europe
Nicolas BUENO, UniDistance Suisse
Tackling forced labour through trade and supply chain governance
Franz Christian EBERT, ILO Research Department
The implications of the expert panel’s report on the EU – Korea trade agreement
Tonia NOVITZ, University of Bristol
Ensuring more inclusive trade: labour standards in the global garment supply chain and the role of the
EU Samantha VELLUTI, University of Sussex

SS-T3-03
Room: Aula 10
Facultat Ciències Polítiques i de Sociologia

TURNING POINTS IN NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS: A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE – II
Session Organizer: Martin Behrens & Andi Pekarek

IR in the Netherlands: from collaboration to conflict
Sociologia Saskia BOUMANS, AIAS-HIS, Amsterdam
The United States: Disjunctures and Continuities
Alex J. COLVIN, Cornell University
Turning points in Spanish labour relations
Kerstin HAMANN, University of Central Florida
Oscar MOLINA, Autonomous University of Barcelona

The embedding of a neoliberal paradigm: Institutional change and actor power in Australian industrial relations policy
Chris WRIGHT, University of Sydney

SS-T4-01
Room: Aula 4 Facultat Dret

SOCIAL DIALOGUE AND WELFARE SERVICES IN EUROPE: NATIONAL CHALLENGES AND LOCAL SOLUTIONS FOR LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS - II
Session Organizer: Stefano Neri, University of Milan

Session 2

Social dialogue in welfare services in Spain between actors’ fragmentation and a migrant workforce
Oscar MOLINA, Autonomous University of Barcelona
Alejandro GODINO, Autonomous Univ of Barcelona
Joan RODRIGUEZ-SOLER, Autonomous Univ.of Barcelona

Union responses to the lack of care services: a comparison between Slovakia and Hungary
Marta KAHANCOVÁ, CELSI
Barbora HOLUBOVA CELSI
Pavol BORS, CELSI

A segmentation to recompose: union actions in the welfare services in Italy between public and private provision
Valeria BREUKER, University of Milan
Anna MORI, University of Milan
Stefano NERI, University of Milan
Emmanuele PAVOLINI, University of Macerata

Discussant: Manuela Galetto, University of Warwick

 

PLENARY SESSION

17:15 - 18:45

PS3 - Young Scholars Session: Changing trade union strategies and structural drivers of change in industrial relations

Room: Auditori

Chair: Anna Ilsoe, University of Copenhagen

Arianna TASSINARI

Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies

Vincenzo MACCARRONE

University College Dublin

Mark Friis HAUFAOS

Employment Relations Research Centre, Universityof Copenhagen

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