AIRAANZ 2019: ''Global Work, Quality Work" 12-14 February 2019, RMIT University, Melbourne
IRAANZ 2019: ''Global Work, Quality Work" 12-14 February 2019, RMIT University, Melbourne
Submissions are invited for inclusion in the program of the 33rd annual conference of the Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand.
The conference theme Global Work, Quality Work? invites us to consider the dilemmas arising from growing disparities in the quality of jobs and from fragmentation of employment, especially in the context of the rapidly changing landscape of global capitalism, labour regulation, labour migration and labour movements. The contributions of industrial relations scholarship and practice to understanding and responding to the challenges of growing inequalities in employment, pressures on job quality and poor labour market outcomes for diverse groups of workers will set the direction for the conference. Papers that engage with innovative responses to the challenges and issues of regulation, labour organisation and labour movements are of particular interest. Along with contributions that address the conference themes, a wide range of papers are invited, drawing on industrial relations, human resources, sociology of work and labour rights scholarship and from local, regional and global perspectives. For further information and conference streams v isit the Conference ‘Submissions’ page .
- 28 September 2018: Abstract submissions (non-refereed presentations) close.
- 18 September 2018: Extended closing date for Full Paper submissions (to refereed papers stream).
- 7 December 2018: Early bird registrations close.
for Postgraduate Scholarships and Early Career Researcher Grants and for information about the Vic Taylor conference paper awards.
10th September 2018