Events and courses

December 2018

  1. Global Supply Chains, employment and production systems

  2. Do jobs aid peace?

    The seminar will discuss the contribution of employment programmes to peacebuilding in conflict-affected countries. Prof. Tilman Brück will present the findings from his recent publication titled “Jobs aid peace”, highlighting the main theories linking employment programmes and peace. The good practices for conducting evaluations of employment programmes in conflict-affected countries will also be examined.

November 2018

  1. Labour Law in a Warming World

    The seminar will discuss regulatory dimensions of the labour and environmental sustainability nexus, and will explore possibilities for developing a more ecologically-attuned labour regulations.

  2. Trade and labour standards

    Presenters: Professor Daniel Damasio Borges (UNESP, Brazil / IEA de Nantes, France) Discussant : Karen Curtis (ILO, Normes)

October 2018

  1. The future of work: More voice for better decisions in the enterprise

June 2018

  1. Artifical intelligence and work

    Report to the French government

  2. Polarisation(s) in Labour Markets

    This one-day conference will gather researchers working on job polarisation

May 2018

  1. Designing Labor Market Institutions in Emerging and Developing Economies: Evidence and IMF Advice

    Presenter: Prakash Loungani (IMF)

  2. Managing without Growth: Slower by Design, not Disaster

    Presenter: Peter Victor (University of York - Canada)

  3. Inclusive growth and development: What is the future of responsible business?

    Presenters: Howard Gospel and Marie Lisa M. Dacanay