International Labour Review – Call for Papers

As part of the ILO’s Future of Work Centenary Initiative, the Editorial Board of the International Labour Review is launching a call for papers with a view to the publication of a special issue on the future of work to mark the Organization’s centenary in 2019.

Submissions should address research questions that prospectively explore the shifting patterns and causal relationships shaping the medium- to long-term labour and employment outlook in advanced and/or developing economies.

Suggested themes include the persistence of informality and the decline of the “standard employment relationship” in global perspective, policy implications for social protection, technological innovation, skills, global supply chains, the “shared economy”, and agriculture.

Papers (ranging between 3,500 and 10,000 words) should be submitted to REVUE@ by December 2017.