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“Conflictualités et travail”

Appel à publications  :

Corpus n° 14 (automne 2019)

Nouvelle Revue du Travail


coordonné par Paul Bouffartigue (LEST),
Jean-Pierre Durand (Centre Pierre Naville)  et
Baptiste Giraud (LEST)

 

L’ambition de ce dossier est de faire dialoguer ces différentes perspectives de recherche afin d’éclairer la manière dont les formes de confits « organisés » et « inorganisés » au travail se reconfigurent et s’articulent à l’épreuve des nouvelles formes d’organisation du travail et du rapport salarial. Les réorganisations d’entreprises – publiques ou privées – comme l’émergence du capitalisme de plate-forme génèrent des formes de résistances qui débordent, de différentes manières, les modalités classiques du répertoire de l’action syndicale. L’étude des conflits qui se jouent autour des enjeux liés aux nouvelles formes d’organisation du travail ouvre à cet égard un champ d’investigation heuristique pour prolonger l’analyse des processus de recomposition des rapports de domination et de conflictualité au travail. À travers lui, il s’agit de s’interroger sur des dimensions encore peu explorées des possibles et des contraintes en fonction desquels les formes de résistance au travail, individuelles et collectives, peuvent se développer en marge des modalités classiques de lutte au travail.

Dates limites : 5 novembre 2018

Plus d’information : Site NRT

“Home Seekers, Job Seekers and the Interplay Between Housing and Labour Markets”

Call for papers :

Int. J. of Sustainable Real Estate and Construction Economics

Guest Editors:
Dr. Rita Yi Man Li, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, China
Dr. Gaetano Lisi, University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, Italy

Recently, it has been acknowledged that the key role of the housing market is the proper functioning of the labour market. Labour market rigidities, in fact, may also arise from housing markets externalities or frictions. Therefore, the housing market analysis cannot be neglected if a priority goal is the improvement of labour market efficiency and the reduction of unemployment.

Date limite : 31 January 2017

Source : site de la revue

“Migration and Works”

Call for papers for a special issue :
Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 61(2), April 2019
Special Issue Guest Editors : Dr Stephen Clibborn, University of Sydney, Australia Dr Chris F. Wright, University of Sydney , Australia

 

Current Issue CoverThe relationship between migration and work has been transformed in recent decades, most notably through growth of temporary and employer-sponsored visa schemes, the introduction and expansion of cross-border labour mobilit y zones, and a geographical shift in the main sources and destinations of migration…

 

Dates limites :
6-7 February 2017 (symposium)
1er October 2017 (review)

Plus d’information : Site de la revue

“Researching Vocational Education and Training”

CALL FOR PAPERS

Journal of Vocational Education & Training

“Researching Vocational Education and Training”

Journal of Vocational Education & Training
The JVET Conference Committee invites contributions to our successful bi-annual international conference. This meeting provides a lively and critical forum for debates concerning all aspects of vocational education and training and developments in work and learning since 1995. This call for papers is, therefore, open to all contributions that seek to enrich this field of inquiry.

Themes : The impact of changes in work on VET, The impact of global economic change on VET, Inclusion and exclusion in VET, VET and sustainability

 

Call for Papers : “Rhythms of Academic Life: Frost and Taylor 20 Years On”

CALL FOR PAPERS

Academy of Management Learning & Education

Submission deadline : 1 sept 2017

“The purpose of this special issue is to explore the ways in which management academic jobs and careers are changing, the reasons for these changes, and the impact that these changes will have in the future. We want to explore these matters theoretically and empirically, and to encourage perspectives from different philosophies, designs, and approaches. Consequently, we encourage both conceptual and empirical submissions that address the jobs and careers of management educators and have no preconceptions about suitable ontologies or epistemologies.”…

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