CELSI participated in the 41st international labour process conference
Published on April 18, 2023
CELSI researcher Tibor T. Meszmann participated in the 41st International Labour Process Conference between April 12-14 2023 at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK. The conference was specifically devoted to the question of "Fair and decent work in a Global Economy?", which included deepening inequalities along divisions of class, gender and race, uneven access to rights, security, living wages and dignity at work.
Tibor co-presented two co-authored papers "Mediated labour mobility and industrial relations: the impact of temporary agency work on Hungarian manufacturing and posting in Slovenian construction" with Sonila Danaj, and "Home as a service: how workers' dorms become an extension of work regimes via temporary staffing agencies", with Olena Fedyuk. CELSI's presence at the ILPC conference was furthermore supported by another paper presentation: Marta Kahancova co-authored the paper "Stabilizing the value of labour via compliance mechanisms: evidence from Ethiopia and Indonesia" with Daniela Ceccon and Gashaw Tesfa (presented at the ILPC conference by Daniela Ceccon).