Fondazione Universitaria Marco Biagi
Fondazione Universitaria Marco Biagi

Fondazione Universitaria Marco Biagi

Universitą di Modena e Reggio Emilia

Universitą di Modena e Reggio Emilia
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Programme XIV Marco Biagi Conference 2016

WELL-BEING AT AND THROUGH WORK

(last updated 14 January 2016)

Pre-conference

WEDNESDAY 16 MARCH 2016
YOUNG SCHOLARS’ WORKSHOP IN LABOUR RELATIONS, 5th ed.
Job Placement Room, 14.30-18.30 (limited access)


ORAL PRESENTATION SESSION
Work-life balance and the use of parental leaves by fathers: the role of the company welfare provisions
M. CANNITO, University of Turin (Italy)
Towards A Work Well-Being Index: A Model-Based Approach
J. FALCIOLA, University of Geneva (Italy)
Telework In The European Union: A Legal Mosaic Looking For Uniformity
M. TUFO, Marco Biagi Foundation, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy)
Working beyond retirement age in Finland - does the current system encourage the elderly to work?
A. VAITKEVICIUTE, University of Trier (Germany)

Discussants
T. ADDABBO, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy)
S. BISOM-RAPP, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego (USA)
Y. CURZI, Marco Biagi Foundation, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy)
I. SENATORI, , Marco Biagi Foundation (Italy)

Chair
M. WEISS, J.W. Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main (Germany)

POSTER SESSION
Posters will be displayed at the conference venue throughout the whole duration of the Conference in commemoration of prof Marco Biagi. Specific time slots when the authors of the posters will be available for questions and explanations will be scheduled on Thursday 17 and Friday 18 March.
Demotion from extrema ratio to organizational choice: Which are potential effects on employees?
M. BERTOLANI, G. GALLO, Marco Biagi Foundation, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy)
Towards Work-Life balance: an interdisciplinary approach
A. CAPALBI, A. CAVALLO, N. NAZVANOVA, Marco Biagi Foundation, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy)
The future of work: from teleworking to smart working
F. CARUGNO, N. MINISCALCO, L. SILVESTRI, Marco Biagi Foundation, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy)
The outsourcing processes: in the interest of society and the protection of the worker
L. CORAPI, M. PISTONI, M. SCOCOZZA, Marco Biagi Foundation, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy)
Comparing Introspective and Extrospective Forms of Occupational Safety and Health Standards
U. ORAZULIKE, School of Law University of Manchester (UK)
Agency Work. A comparative study of different regulatory approaches in Italy and Australia
M. A. TRANFAGLIA, Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law, University of Melbourne (Australia)
The Future of Collective Labor Law in China: Mapping the shifting boundary of permissible collective labor action
Q. ZOU, The University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law (China)


Conference

THURSDAY 17 MARCH 2016

14.00-15.30   Opening Session
Chair: E. ALES, University of Cassino and Southern Lazio (Italy)

Keynote speech
Methodologies for Wellbeing Measurement and an Illustration for Work Well-being
J. KRISHNAKUMAR, University of Geneva (Italy)
Well-being at Work under a Legal Perspective
L. LEROUGE, University of Bordeaux, CNRS and COMPTRASEC (France)
Innovative Approaches to Work Organizations and their Implications on Well-being. What trends? What opportunities? What challenges?
T. TORRE, University of Genoa (Italy)


15.30   Break
 

15.45-17.15   First Plenary Session
DETERMINANTS OF WELL-BEING AT WORK
Chair: A. NEAL, University of Warwick (UK)

Work-related Stress: Measurement and Determinants Comparing Different Techniques
T. ADDABBO, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy); S. CAPECCHI, Federico II University of Naples (Italy); D. PICCOLO, Federico II University of Naples (Italy); E. SARTI, Marco Biagi Foundation, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy)
Safety and Work: Information, Capacity and Research
V. BORGHI, University of Bologna (Italy)
Work-related Stress and Organizational Choices: Mixing Methods to Promote Well-being at Work in a Subcontracting Company
Y. CURZI, Marco Biagi Foundation, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy); T. FABBRI, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy); C. NARDELLA, INAIL (Italy)
Fit@work: The Comprehensive Health and Well-being Programme of the European Commission
U. MACCHITELLA, Social Welfare Unit, Directorate-General Human Resources and Security, European Commission (Belgium); G. GALLIZIOLI, Sport and Leisure Clubs Association, European Commission (Belgium)

Discussant
J. ROJOT, University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas (France)

Debate


17.15   Break
 

17.30-18.45   Parallel Session 1
SOURCES AND TECHNIQUES FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY ENFORCEMENT
Chair: F. BASENGHI, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy)

Health and Safety in a Gender Perspective: Problems, Perspectives and the Role of Collective Bargaining
R. NUNIN University of Trieste (Italy); M. D. FERRARA, University of Trieste (Italy)
Incentives for Workplace Health and Safety through Social Security Contributions: Bonus-Bonus vs. Bonus-Malus Schemes
M. LUQUE PARRA, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona (Spain); R. SERRANO OLIVARES, University of Barcelona (Spain); A. GINČS FABRELLAS, ESADE-Universitat Ramón Llull (Spain)
Falling through the Legal Cracks: The Fragmentation of China’s Workplace Health & Safety Regime
M. ZOU, Chinese University of Hong Kong (China)

Discussant
R. ROGOWSKI, University of Warwick (UK)

Debate


17.30-18.45  Parallel Session 2
WELL-BEING AT AND TROUGH WORK: MEANING AND MULTIPLE DIMENSIONS
Chair: L. E. GOLZIO, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy)

What’s Still Important about Work? A Longitudinal and Cross-country Analysis of Prevalent Attitudes towards Work over the last 40 years
R. ALBANO, University of Turin (Italy); T. PARISI, University of Turin (Italy)
Job Satisfaction and Compensating Wage Differentials among Workers in Italy
F. E. CAROLEO, Parthenope University of Naples (Italy); G. S. F. BRUNO, Bocconi University of Milan (Italy); O. DESSY, Cą Foscari University of Venice and Catholic University of Milan (Italy)
Working Conditions and Well-being at Work through the Crisis in European Countries
T. ADDABBO, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy); M. CENTRA, ISFOL (Italy); M. CURTARELLI, Ecorys UK - Policy and Research Division (UK); V. GUALTIERI, ISFOL (Italy)

Discussant
S. BERTOLINI, University ot Turin (Italy)

Debate
 



FRIDAY 18 MARCH 2016

9.00-10.30   Second Plenary Session
WORKING TIME AND WORKERS WELL-BEING

Chair: T. TREU, President of the International Society of Labour and Social Security Law (Italy)

Part-time Work with Part-time Retirement: towards an Alliance between Labour Law and Pensions for the Healthy Ageing of the Workforce
M. KULLMANN, University of Maastricht (Netherlands); M. ROCCA, Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgium)
Recent legislative advances in matter of working time: the Portuguese regime
A. T. RIBEIRO, Oporto Law School, Portuguese Catholic University (Potugal)
Sustainable Work, Work-life Balance and Flexible Working Time
C. SPINELLI, Aldo Moro University of Bari (Italy)
Is Smart Working a Win-Win Solution? First Evidence from the Field
D. SARTI, University of Florence (Italy); T. TORRE, University of Genoa (Italy)

Discussant
C. KOLLONAY-LEHOCZKY, Central European University, Budapest (Hungary)

Debate


10.45-12.40   Guest Panel
WORKPLACE DISCRIMINATION AS AN OCCUPATIONAL INJURY

Chair: S. BISOM-RAPP, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, California (USA)

Theorizing Vengeance: Social Identity and Psychological Profiling at Work
M. BARNES, University of California-Irvine School of Law (USA)
To Be Aggrieved by Workplace Discrimination
D. W. GREENE, Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama (USA)
Workplace Benefits and Low-Wage Workers: Family-Friendly for Whom?
T. JONES, Duke University School of Law, Durham, North Carolina (USA)
Everyday Indignities
T. SMITH, DePaul University College of Law, Chicago (USA)
Racial Emotion and Identity Development: The Psychological Snapshot of Marginal Whiteness
C. GEAR RICH, University of Southern California Gould School of Law (USA)

Discussants
S. BISOM-RAPP, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, California (USA)
N. LYUTOV, Moscow State University (Russia)


12.40   Lunch


14.00-15.45   Third Plenary Session
SENSITIVE WORKERS AND MENTAL HEALTH: THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL INSIGHTS

Chair: S. HUNGLER, ELTE University, Budapest (Hungary)

The costs of unemployment in terms of mental health. The case of Modena district in Italy
T. ADDABBO, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy); E. SARTI, Marco Biagi Foundation (Italy);  F. STARACE, Department of Mental Health and Pathological Dependencies, Local Health Office, Modena (Italy)
Corporate Welfare and Public Policies in Care Services
G. RISSO, Public Employment Service, Metropolitan City of Turin (Italy); D. OLIVA, Training and Employment Department, Institute for Social Research, Bologna (Italy)
The New Supplementary Indicators to Unemployment Rates: An Alternative Interpretation of the Labour Market
N. STYLIANIDOU, ISTAT (Italy)
Psychosocial Risk of Harassment at Work: Comparative Research into French and Italian Experience and Possible Lessons for Russia
E. SYCHENKO, University of Catania (Italy)

Discussant
M. MONSALVE, University of Gran Colombia (Colombia)

Debate


15.45-17.15   Fourth Plenary Session
WORKERS WITH DISABILITIES: WORK AND EMPLOYMENT ISSUES

Chair: J. BELLACE, The Wharton School, Philadelphia (USA)

Access to Employment for People with Disabilities: Critical Analysis of the Italian Provisions
R. ALBANO, University of Turin (Italy); E. BALLOCCHI, Marco Biagi Foundation, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy); Y. CURZI, Marco Biagi Foundation, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy); P. M. TORRIONI, University of Turin (Italy)
Normative Basis of Reasonable Accommodation for Employees with Disabilities
J. NAKAGAWA, Hokusei Gakuen University, Sapporo Hokkaido (Japan)
Improving Return-to-Work and Disability Management in the Developing World: Pointers emanating from International Instruments, Standards and Guidelines
M. OLIVIER, University of Western Australia (Australia), Northwest University (South Africa); A. GOVINDJEE, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (South Africa)
Does the Presence of Disabled Household Members Affect the Employment Probabilities of Working-Age Relatives? Evidence from Four Western European Countries
D. SCIULLI, University of Chieti-Pescara (Italy); C. MUSSIDA, Catholic University, Milan-Piacenza Branch (Italy)

Discussant
G. RISSO, Public Employment Service, Metropolitan City of Turin (Italy)

Debate


17.15   Closing Remarks
M. WEISS, J.W. Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main (Germany)