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Young Scholars’ Poster Presentations Session 2020

La “Young Scholars’ Poster Presentations Session” è un’iniziativa dedicata ai giovani studiosi che avrà luogo il 29 e 30 ottobre 2020 a Modena, presso la Fondazione Marco Biagi, nell’ambito del XVIII Convegno internazionale in ricordo di Marco Biagi “Beyond Employment. Protecting Autonomous Work”.

 

Di seguito l’elenco dei giovani studiosi che presenteranno i loro progetti di ricerca nel campo delle relazioni di lavoro:

 

NameUniversityTitle
Alan EustaceTrinity College, DublinBig Brother Bosses: Privacy at Work and the European Court of Human Rights
Carlo ValentiUniversity of Siena and University of VeronaCollective bargaining and regulation of digital innovation: the role of continuous training on the job in countering technological unemployment
Erika ForinoUniversity of Naples, ParthenopeTowards the partecipated governance: a new opportunity for solidarity economy?
Evelien TimbermontVrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels
Exploring the limits of religious-ethos employers with regard to their employees
Filippo Damiani, Andrea Marchioni, Giorgio Mattei, Federica PilloMarco Biagi Foundation, University of Modena and Reggio EmiliaWorkers’ identity in the new forms of employment: a psychopathological and juridical perspective
Filippo Ferrarini, Chiara Gaglione, Ilaria PurificatoMarco Biagi Foundation, University of Modena and Reggio EmiliaChild Labour in the Time of Digital Platform
Giovanni GaudioCa’ Foscari University of VeniceAdapting labour law to complex organisational settings of the enterprise
Jakub RumianUniversity of WarsawBan of work on Sundays and holidays? Polish example
Kamila NaumowiczUniversity of Warmia and Mazury in OlsztynTHow much autonomy in autonomous work? Legal status and social protection of ‘freelancers’ in Poland
Katarzyna WieczorekUniversity of WarsawThe underlying economic causes for cross-border transfers of undertakings
Laura IonitaLa Laguna University, TenerifeThe quality of self-employment work in the digital platforms
Melissa MuindiUniversity of NairobiBroadening the Scope of Employment Protection to Non-Standard Work: A Gateway to Strengthening the Legal Regulation of Outsourcing
Piotr SypeckiUniversity of LodzEquality in employment – mechanisms
Silvia RainoneTilburg UniversityThe European Pillar of Social Rights: economic and social progress going hand in hand?