f Labour 2030

19 - 20 SEPTEMBER 2019

The debate on the future of work is increasingly a debate about the reality of today's society. In fact, technological developments have increasingly assumed a significant impact on labour relations and at an ever-growing rate. Topics such as robotics ceased to be integrated in a future context of work and became part of our daily lives. If collaborative economics was the driving force behind the discussion of the transformation of labour as we know it, many other issues need to be studied in order to ensure the appropriateness of the legislative effort to the new realities that gradually emerge.

Call for papers

I – The Impacts of robotics, artificial intelligence and new technologies on the work context

II –Work in the field of technological entrepreneurship and start-ups

III – New forms of work and intellectual property

IV – Industrial relations and impacts on the environment

V – Taxes on labour and social security in global economy and in the context of multinationals

VI – Mobility of workers - from the new migration process to the movement of millennial generations

VII – Data protection in a context of personal data and RGPD.

VIII – The impacts of aging populations and oncological diseases in the organisation labour

IX – Non-compete clauses in a global economy

X – The future of labour law in the EU

XI –New trends for transnational collective bargaining

XII –Skills of workers for the labour market of the 4.0 Industry

XIII – The importance of social clauses in international trade treaties

XIV – Liability and insurance companies

May 27, 2019 | deadline for submission abstracts 
May 28 through June 03, 2019  | abstracts selection process
June 04 through June 11, 2019  | sending of notification of the abstract's selection
June 30, 2019 | deadline for registration of selected speakers
July 26, 2019 | deadline for submission of paper's final version

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Confirmed Speakers

  • José João Abrantes
  • Nova University of Lisbon
  • Catherine Barnard
  • University of Cambridge
  • Pascal Lokiec
  • University Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne
  • Guy Davidov
  • The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Catarina Carvalho
  • Portuguese Catholic University - Porto
  • Matthew Finkin
  • University of Illinois
  • Lourdes Mella Méndez
  • University of Santiago de Compostela
  • Philippe Pochet
  • European Trade Union Institute
  • Maria Rosário Palma Ramalho
  • University of Lisboa
  • Teresa Coelho Moreira
  • University of Minho
  • Maria Regina Redinha
  • University of Porto
  • Rüdiger Krause
  • University of Gottingen
  • Frank Hendrickx
  • University of Leuven
  • Denis Pennel
  • World Employment Confederation

International Scientific Committee

  • Maria Rosário Palma Ramalho
  • Full Professor of Labour Law. University of Lisbon (Portugal)
  • Yolanda Valdeolivas García
  • Full Professor of Labour and Social Security Law. Autonomous University of
    Madrid. Secretary of State for Employment (Spain)
  • Achim Seifert
  • Full Professor of Labour Law. University of Jena (Germany)
  • José Luis Gil y Gil
  • Full Professor of Labour and Social Security Law. University of Alcalá de Henares.
    Madrid (Spain)
  • Ellen MacEachen
  • Associate Professor. University of Waterloo (Canada)
  • Rafael Encinas de Munagorri
  • Full Professor of Labour Law. University of Nantes (France)
  • María Luz Vega
  • Coordinator, Future of Work Initiative ILO

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