LabFam seminar series: investigating consequences of labor market change, driven by technological transformation on families and gender equality.
LabFam is an interdisciplinary research centre with a comprehensive focus on labour market dynamics and its impact on family formation and well-being in contemporary post-industrial societiesWe invite prominent scholars working on topics as labor markets, digitalization, social inequalities and family to present and discuss their latest research regarding labour markets and their various aspects in fast changing reality.
It is a great opportunity for discussion and networking.
How the dynamic transformations in the labour market, caused by technological change, globalisation, development of the green economy or ageing, affect families (e.g. formation of partnerships and their stability, childbearing decisions or family well-being) and how family life influences men’s and women’s position in the dynamically transforming labour markets. What is the role public policies, labour market institutions or social norms play in shaping these interrelationships?
LabFam seminar series adopts an interdisciplinary perspective in order to better understand the studied phenomena and seeks to integrate representatives of such disciplines as demography, economics, sociology, political science, psychology or social statistics.
We meet on regular basis on Tuesdays, 3pm CET, mostly online.Each seminar requires registration of participants.
We start on October 5, and continue almost every week.
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