1st LISER-IAB Conference on Digital Transformation and the Future of Work
13-14 February 2020
Campus Belval · Luxembourg
The Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER) and the Institute for Employment Research (IAB) are pleased to announce the 1st LISER-IAB Conference on Digital Transformation and the Future of Work. The objective of the conference is to bring together researchers in social sciences to discuss their more recent research related to digital transformation and the future of work. Researchers interested in presenting at the LISER-IAB conference are invited to submit theoretical, empirical and experimental contributions.
Topics of interest
The conference focuses on the consequences of digitalization on
Working tasks · Skills · Wages · Motivation · Performance · Health · Well-being · Work-life balance · Workplace organization · Job design · Workforce structures · Functional areas · Shifts in labor demand and supply · Gig economy · Crowd working · Online labor markets · Employee mobility · Work-family decisions · Education and training systems
Deadine for submission: 7 November 2019 to email@example.com. Submissions by PhD students are particularly encouraged.
Registration - follow instructions here
All submissions were reviewed by the members of the scientific committee. Authors as been informed upon acceptance by 18 December 2019.
The conference fee will be EUR 90 (for PhD students EUR 50). The fee will cover conference material, coffee, lunch breaks, and dinner.
Philipp Kircher (EUI Florence · Italy -- University of Edinburgh · Scotland)
Tobias Kretschmer (University of Munich · Germany)
Anna Margriet Salomons (Utrecht University · The Netherlands)
Michael Beckmann (University of Basel and IAB) · Lutz Bellmann (IAB and University of Erlangen-Nuremberg) · Irene Bertschek (ZEW Mannheim and University of Giessen) · Vassil Kirov (ISSK, Bulgaria) · Matthias Kräkel (University of Bonn) · Astrid Kunze (Norwegian School of Economics) · Ludivine Martin (LISER) · Patrick Thill (LISER) · Bertrand Verheyden (LISER) · Enzo Weber (IAB and University of Regensburg) · Conny Wunsch (University of Basel)
Blockchain technology is considered as being the innovation of the decade. For the first time, it is possible to unequivocally record and trade ownership of virtual property without the need for a central authority - a development that has the potential to fundamentally change the existing payment infrastructure and the financial system. Add to this, the many possibilities of smart contracts, decentralized applications (DAPPs) and decentralized organizations (DAOs).
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