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Location: UP.1.219
University of Manchester Building: University Place, First Floor Oxford Road
Date: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019
RN17_01b: Labour Market Segregation I
Location: UP.1.219
Chair: Joanna Karmowska, Oxford Brookes University

Explaining Low Employment Rates of Migrant Women: A Qualitative Study on Labour Market Trajectories of Moroccan women in Belgium

Sara Elloukmani, Loubna Ou-Salah

University of Antwerp, Belgium

Labour Market Penalization and Segregation of Immigrants across Europe

Maurizio Avola1, Giorgio Piccitto2

1: University of Catania, Italy; 2: University of Bologna, Italy

"For the Africans, the skin color is still there" - The Influence of Origin, Ethnicity and Ethnic Networks on the Labor Market Integration of Refugees in Germany

Kristina Seidelsohn1, Andreas Hirseland2

1: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany; 2: Institute for Employment Research, Germany

Labour Market Segregation And Social Assistance Beneficiaries Working For “Benefits”.

Roland Maas

Liser, Luxembourg

RN17_02b: Labour Market Segregation II
Location: UP.1.219
Chair: Joanna Karmowska, Oxford Brookes University

Is crowdwork sex-blind?

Elgen Sauerborn

Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Germany

Transitions to Vulnerable Employment in the Great Recession: The Case of the UK and Switzerland

Dan Orsholits2,1, Matthias Studer1,2

1: University of Geneva, Switzerland; 2: NCCR LIVES

Equal in Everything but the Paycheck? Gender Pay Gap among Students and Graduates of First-, Second-, and Third-Cycle Studies in Poland.

Marek Bożykowski1, Mikołaj Karol Jasiński1, Tomasz Zbigniew Zając1, Agnieszka Chłoń-Domińczak2

1: University of Warsaw, Poland; 2: SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland

RN17_03b: Worker Participation, Industrial Democracy and Labour Relations
Location: UP.1.219
Chair: Peter Kerckhofs, Eurofound

Works Councils and Firm Specific Forms of Participation in German Establishments

Peter Ellguth, Susanne Kohaut

Institute for Employment Research, Germany

Is Italian Social Movement Unionism the effect of a partial Toyotism? The FIAT-Chrysler case

Riccardo Emilio Chesta

Scuola Normale Superiore, Italy

Participation in the Norwegian Model

Stian Bragtvedt

Nord universitet, Norway

Radical Democratic Citizenship at Work in an Adverse Economic Environment: The Case of Principled Workers' Co-operatives in Scotland

Andreas Zaunseder

University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom

RN17_04b: Employment Relations and Labour Market Network Perspectives
Location: UP.1.219
Chair: Alex Lehr, Radboud University

Agency and Networks – What is it that Long-term Unemployed Need and What is it that Employers Want?

Andreas Hirseland2, Lukas Kerschbaumer1

1: Management Center Innsbruck, Austria; 2: Institute for Employment Research, Germany

Social-networks as a Double-Edged Sword: Working-class Young Women and Occupational Segregation in Contemporary Delhi

Garima Sahai

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Employee Voice and Organisational Engagement

Barbara Menara1, Kevin Ruck2, Mary Welch3

1: University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom; 2: PR Academy, Maidstone Studios, Kent, United Kingdom; 3: University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

‘They’ll Go On To Get Real Jobs’: The Transitional Contract Between The Core And Student Workers In retail

Vesa Leppänen1, Ann-Mari Sellerberg2

1: Kristianstad University, Sweden; 2: Lund University, Sweden

Date: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019
RN17_05b: New and Old Forms of Industrial Conflict
Location: UP.1.219
Chair: Ylva Ulfsdotter Eriksson, University of Gothenburg

Threat of Strike: Notice of Industrial Action and Strikes in Sweden 1980-2015

Jenny Jansson, Katrin Uba

Uppsala University, Sweden

The Italian Labor-Capital Conflict During and after the Crisis. Between Trade Unionism and Social Movement unionism

Margherita Sabrina Perra1, Federica Frazzetta2, Katia Pilati3

1: University of Cagliari, Italy; 2: University of Catania; 3: University of Trento

The Displacement Hypothesis Revisited: Insights from the Italian Logistics Sector

Lorenzo Cini, Bartek Goldmann

Scuola Normale Superiore, Italy

RN17_06b: Local, Sectoral, National, and European Labour Market Institutions and Processes in Flux
Location: UP.1.219
Chair: Barbara Bechter, Durham University

Index of Organisational (Un)friendly Flexibility in Five European Countries: Embeddedness of Organisational Practices in Economic and Institutional Environment

Miroljub Ignjatović, Aleksandra Kanjuo Mrčela

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Labour Flexibility in the Swedish Building Sector

Rasmus Ahlstrand

Lund University, Sweden

The Fluid Nature of Recruitment and Selection Criteria in Skilled Occupations

Gerbrand Tholen

City, University of London, United Kingdom

Collective Actors’ Strategies for Wages at the Bottom End of the Wage Scale

Irene Dingeldey

University of Bremen, Germany, Institute Labour and Economy

RN17_07b: Collective Bargaining and Labour Market Regulations
Location: UP.1.219
Chair: Ylva Ulfsdotter Eriksson, University of Gothenburg

The Sectoral Variegated Impact of Internal Devaluation and the Reconfiguration of Collective Bargaining in Portugal

Paulo Marques1, Maria da Paz Campos Lima2, Ana Costa1, Nuno Teles3

1: ISCTE-IUL and DINÂMIA'CET-IUL; 2: DINÂMIA'CET-IUL; 3: Universidade Federal da Bahia

Precarious Journalists and Collective Bargaining

Jožica Čehovin Zajc

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Struggles of White-collar and Blue-collar Workers in the Electromechanical Sector: A Case Study of Collective Bargaining Process in Turkey

Basak Bozkurt Ozturk

Bahcesehir University, Turkey

Can In-work Poverty be Reduced by Investing in Occupational Welfare? Multi-level Approach on In-work Poverty in Europe

Laura Kristiina Järvi, Lauri Juhani Mäkinen

University of Turku, Finland

RN13_08: Family planning and fertility II
Location: UP.1.219
Chair: Anna-Maija Castrén, University of Eastern Finland
Chair: Detlev Lück, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)

Family Planning and Unplanned Postponement of Childbearing

Anna Stastna, Jitka Slabá, Jiřina Kocourková

Charles University, Czech Republic

Becoming a Mother in Adolescence: The Role of Social Inequality, Sexuality Education and Men

Vaida Tretjakova, Lina Šumskaitė, Rūta Ubarevičienė, Gintarė Pociūtė-Sereikienė

Lithuanian Social Research Centre, Lithuania

Defying the Norm of Ideal Parenthood – Single Mothers by Choice

Eija Mirjami Sevón

University of Jyväskylä, Finland

Prenatal Feminization Of Parenthood: An (Online-)Ethnography Of German Birth-Preparation Classes And Pregnancy Forums

Nicole Zillien1, Marion Müller2, Julia Gerstewitz1

1: University of Giessen, Germany; 2: University of Tübingen, Germany

RN13_BM: RN13 Business Meeting
Location: UP.1.219
Chair: Detlev Lück, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB)
Chair: Vida Česnuitytė, Mykolas Romeris University & Vilnius University
Date: Friday, 23/Aug/2019
RN17_09b: Digitalization in and of the Work and Employment
Location: UP.1.219
Chair: Peter Kerckhofs, Eurofound

Factors Of Social Control Over Automation

Ágnes Horváth

Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

How does Digitalisation Challenge Medium-sized Enterprises and Change Work Life?

Marliese Weissmann

Sociological Resarch Institute (SOFI) Göttingen, Germany

The Implication Of Digital Social Networks On Organizational Gaps: The Case Of An Israeli Colleges Faculty Strike

Gadi Nissim

Ruppin Academic Center, Israel

The Impact on the Job Quality of Loan Officers of Mobile Digital Technologies introduced into Microfinance Institutions in Emerging Economies.

Juliana Siwale1, Nidhi Bisht2, Clive Trusson3

1: Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom; 2: Management Development Institute, Gurgaon, India; 3: Loughborough University, United Kingdom

RN17_10b: New Perspectives on the World of Work and Labour
Location: UP.1.219
Chair: Joanna Karmowska, Oxford Brookes University

Literacies, Occupations and Prestige Scales. New Relationships.

M. Angeles Serrano, Amado Alarcon, Antoni Vidal, Natxo Sorolla

Rovira i Virgili University, Spain

“A Living Organism”: Interaction and Social Order in a Techno-social Milieu

Mehmet Kurtcebe1, Elif Tüzü2

1: Hacettepe University, Turkey; 2: İzmir Katip Çelebi University, Turkey

The Multi-Temporal Political Economy of Financialisation: The Case of UK Pensions Provision and Inter-Generational Justice

Craig Paul Berry

Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

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