International Journal of Labour Research


Vol. 9, No. 1/2, 2019

Precarious Work: Experimenting with New Forms of Representation: South African Labour Responds
IntroductionMuch of the conversation on the future of work has focused on responses to technological trends (for example, automation and the Fourth Industrial Revolution) rather than ways of addressing shifting power dynamics amongst precarious workers.1...
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Women's Future at Work: Gender and Equality in the Ghanaian Informal Economy
Studies on the future of work (FoW) predict bleak conditions for many workers despite the limited gains to specialized sections of the global workforce (Balliester and Elsheikhi, 2018; Casey, Harvey and Hughes, 2018). Their observations are derived from...
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