Industrial Relations in Europe Conference 2021

from Thursday, 16 September 2021 (09:00) to Friday, 17 September 2021 (22:30)
Palazzo Strozzi (Altana)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
16 Sep 2021
17 Sep 2021
AM
09:00
Pre-congress - Restructuring and labour struggles after Covid: the GKN case (until 11:00) (Altana)
09:00
4.1 - Riccardo Emilio Chesta (Scuola Normale Superiore) (until 11:00) (Altana)
09:00 Social dialogue at the workplace during the pandemic - Mrs Sissel C. Trygstad (Fafo Institute for Labour and Social Research) Anne Mette Ødegård (Fafo Institute for Labour and Social Research)   (Altana)
09:30 Job quality in worker cooperatives: democratic heavens or institutional loopholes? - Lisa Dorigatti (Università di Milano) Dr Francesco Iannuzzi (University of Padua) Prof. Devi Sacchetto (University of Padova) Dr Valeria Piro (University of Padova)   (Altana)
10:00 Saving creative industry during COVID–19 emergency – who are the winners and losers? - Prof. Antti Saloniemi (Tampere University) Dr Arja Haapakorpi (Tampere University)   (Altana)
10:30 Negotiate health and safety in remote working at firm-level. A comparative analysis of Danone in Italy, France and Spain - FRANCESCO SEGHEZZI (Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia)   (Altana)
09:00
4.2 -Prof. Luigi Burroni (until 11:00) (Pollaiolo)
09:00 Servicing as a Strategy for Renovating Union Action: Empirical Evidence and Theoretical Implications - Dr Alberto Gherardini (University of Turin) Andrea Bellini (University of Florence)   (Pollaiolo)
09:30 Norwegian employer organisations – service providers or industrial relations actors? - Kristin Alsos (Fafo) Mrs Kristine Nergaard (Fafo)   (Pollaiolo)
10:00 The role of family and intergenerational transmission of union membership in Norway - Elin Svarstad (Fafo) Mrs Kristine Nergaard (Fafo)   (Pollaiolo)
10:30 Union communication and their grassroots on social media during collective bargaining - Nana Hansen (FAOS, University of Copenhagen) Dr Mark Friis Hau (FAOS, University of Copenhagen)   (Pollaiolo)
11:00 --- Break ---
11:30
5.1 -Dr Arianna Tassinari (max Planck Institut) (until 13:30) (Altana)
11:30 Manufacturing informality: Global production networks and the reproduction of informalized labour regimes in Europe’s peripheries - Francesco Bagnardi (European University Institute)   (Altana)
12:00 Organizing the Big-Tech. Comparing Unionism at Amazon in Italy and Germany - Riccardo Emilio Chesta (Scuola Normale Superiore)   (Altana)
12:30 Industrial relations from below. The struggle for recognition of food delivery workers in Italy - Mr Nicola Quondamatteo (Scuola Normale Superiore) marco marrone (Cà Foscari Università di Venezia)   (Altana)
13:00 Immigrant workforce integration and ethnic stratification: the role of skills - Aliaksei Kazlou (Division of Business Administration) Prof. Karl Wennberg (Division of Business Administration, Linköping University)   (Altana)
11:30
5.2 - Guglielmo Giuseppe Maria Meardi (By SerSe - Guglielmo Giuseppe Maria Meardi) (until 13:30) (Altana)
11:30 Forms of Network Governance for the European Trade Union Federations – Governance Structures for Coordination of Collective Bargaining at the Sectoral Level in Europe - Patrik Nordin (Tampere University)   (Altana)
12:00 Digitalean at Work: Varieties of Lean Models in Digital Automotive Factories in Italy - Angelo Moro (ARTES 4.0 - Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna) Maria Enrica Virgillito (Institute of Economics - Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna)   (Altana)
12:30 Still Embedded in Euro-corporatism? European Trade Unions Within the New European Economic Governance Regime - Vincenzo Maccarrone (UCD)   (Altana)
13:00 The future of work within the Nordic working life model – opportunities and challenges - Prof. Jon Erik Dølvik (Fafo) Kristin Alsos (Fafo)   (Altana)
PM
13:00
Plenary 1 (until 14:00) ()
13:00 Guglielmo Meardi, SNS, Italy: Welcome and introduction   ()
13:10 Richard Hyman, LSE, UK: The Contested Futures of Industrial Relations in Times of Plague   ()
13:35 Antonella Ceccagno, University of Bologna, Italy: Weaving and unweaving the Fashion Industry: Postcards from Prato, Tuscany   ()
14:00 --- Break ---
14:15
1.1 -Prof. Mario Pianta (Scuola Normale Superiore) (until 15:45) ()
14:15 INVISIBLE LABOUR VISIBLE WORK: HOME-BASED WORK - Dr Sevda Köse (KOCAELI UNIVERSITY)   ()
14:45 The Code on Social Security (2020) and Workers’ Movements during the COVID-19 Pandemic in India - Catharina Haensel (Scuola Normale Superiore)   ()
15:15 Revisiting insider-outsider approach: The role of identity, moral conviction, and union democracy. - Yooseop Chun (King's College London)   ()
14:15
1.2 -Dr Lorenzo Cini (Scuola Normale Superiore) (until 15:45) ()
14:15 A just and green transition post-covid to a carbon-neutral society? union strategies and social dialogue at global level and their local implementation - Prof. Linda Clarke (University of Westminster) Dr Melahat Sahin-Dikmen (University of Westminster)   ()
14:45 The role of labour as an environmental regulator – Analysis of the environmental commitments contained in transnational framework agreements - Mrs Coralie Guedes (University of Westminster, London)   ()
15:15 Occupational welfare and social sustainability. The union’s scope for action in protecting the environmental and public health - Olga Rubagotti (Università degli studi di Verona)   ()
14:15
1.3 -Prof. Luigi Burroni (University of Florence) (until 15:45) ()
14:15 Pushing and pulling towards European wage policies: the Governance of wages and the interaction of different Dimensions and forces - Prof. Bernd Brandl (Durham University Business School) Dr Jan Czarzasty (University of Warsaw)   ()
14:45 Product market regulation and working conditions within platform work. A comparison between international and regional food delivery platforms in Poland and Italy - Karol Muszynski (KU Leuven) Ms Claudia Marà (KU Leuven) Prof. Valeria Pulignano (KU Leuven)   ()
15:15 Sectoral bargaining in Ireland- on the ropes again? - Prof. Eugene Hickland (Dublin City University) Prof. Tony Dundon (University of Limerick)   ()
15:45 --- Break ---
16:00
2.1 - Guglielmo Giuseppe Maria Meardi (By SerSe - Guglielmo Giuseppe Maria Meardi) (until 17:30) ()
16:00 From proposal to experimentation: the right of trade union assembly at the time of the pandemic - manuel marocco (inapp) Silvia Donà (Inapp)   ()
16:30 “We’re all in it together, we all suffer the same”: Covid-19 and the persistence national variations in employment regulation in France and the UK - Heather CONNOLLY (Grenoble Ecole de Management)   ()
17:00 Pandemic crisis and strategies switch in the firm-level bargaining: some empirical evidence from Italian administrative data - Dr Manuel Marocco (INAPP) Achille Paliotta (INAPP) Dr Massimo Resce (INAPP)   ()
16:00
2.2 -Dr Gemma Scalise (University of Milan Bicocca) (until 17:30) ()
16:00 The unsustainable precarity of the pursuit for freedom: a critical overview of the Spanish “sí soy autónomo” movement - Tiago Vieira (European University Institute)   ()
16:30 Renewing workers’ collective action theories in the gig and precarious world of work - Maurizio Atzeni (CEIL/CONICET) Dr Lorenzo Cini (Scuola Normale Superiore)   ()
17:00 The long haul of the self-employed workers unionisation. European trends 2002-2018 in the service sector and the case of a good Italian organisational innovation - Michele Santurro (Sapienza University of Rome)   ()
16:00
2.3 - Bernd Brandl (Durham University Business School) (until 17:30) ()
16:00 What do employers think? The costs and benefits of complying with pay transparency in different sectors - Dr Manuela Galetto (University of Warwick) Dr Claire Evans (University of Warwick) Dr Ying Tse (University of Leicester)   ()
16:30 Is the gender wage gap cyclical? Evidence from the Norwegian labor market - Bjorn Dapi (Fafo Institute for Labour and Social Research)   ()
17:00 Effects of Inequality, Diversity, Gender and Migration - Semra Kose (Istanbul Aydın University)   ()
17:30 --- Break ---
17:45
3.1 - Manuela Galetto (University of Warwick) (until 19:00) ()
17:45 ‘Good employers wanted’. Strategies of Polish employment agencies towards posted workers in home care sector - Dr Anita Brzozowska Kamil Matuszczyk (University of Warsaw) Prof. Justyna Salamońska   ()
18:10 Critique of EU Action Plan to the 'European Pillar of Social Rights - Prof. Joern Janssen   ()
18:35 What happens when a changing migration infrastructure meets COVID-19 pandemic: the analysis of migrant workforce dynamics in the UK healthcare sector - Zinovijus Ciupijus   ()
17:45
3.2 - Guglielmo Giuseppe Maria Meardi (By SerSe - Guglielmo Giuseppe Maria Meardi) (until 19:00) ()
17:45 How labour market regulation shapes the demand for migrant labour: a cross-country comparative analysis of the adult care sectors - stefania marino (university of manchester) Dr Arjan Keizer   ()
18:10 Ryanair Pilots. Unlikely Pioneers of Transnational Collective Action - Dr Darragh Golden (University College Dublin)   ()
18:35 ‘Global Labour Market Actors’ Discourses and Policies on Migration’ - Rebecca Gumbrell-McCormick (Birkbeck, University of London)   ()
17:45
3.3 -Dr Gemma Scalise (University of Milan Bicocca) (until 19:00) ()
17:45 Local resiliency in the negotiation of technological change. A comparison between territorial experiences - Dr Gianmaria Pessina (University of Turin ) Gianluca Scarano (Polytechnic of Turin)   ()
18:10 Sense-making and (e)valuation in Local Practices of Performance-related Pay in Sweden - Prof. Bengt Larsson (Linnaeus University/University of Gothenburg)   ()
18:35 Trade Unions and Digitalisation: A Comparative Study of Union Influence in Banking in Norway and the UK - Dr Secki Jose (De Montfort University) Prof. Jonathan Payne (De Montfort University) Prof. Caroline Lloyd (Cardiff University)   ()
19:00 --- Reception ---
20:15 --- Conference Dinner ---
13:30 --- Lunch ---
15:00
Plenary 2 (until 16:35) (Altana)
15:00 Mario Pianta, Scuola Normale Superiore. Introduction   (Altana)
15:10 Donatella Della Porta, Scuola Normale Superiore: Trade unions as social movement organisations   (Altana)
15:50 Ines Wagner, Institute for Social Research, Oslo: (Un)making European labour markets: the case of shipbuilding   (Altana)