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Sustainable labour market integration: challenges and advancements in algorithmic profiling of jobseekers

This is a repost of the original article, which you can find here: http://www.bos-cbscsr.dk/2022/04/07/sustainable-labour-market-integration-challenges-and-advancements-in-algorithmic-profiling-of-jobseekers/ By Clément Brébion and Janine Leschke ◦ 5 min read ◦ The number of countries that are using algorithms to profile jobseekers has been on the rise since the 1990s. Algorithmic profiling aims… Read More »Sustainable labour market integration: challenges and advancements in algorithmic profiling of jobseekers

Job Advertisement: Summer Studentship

Title:               HECAT short-term studentship, Dept of Management and Organisation Reporting to: Dr Ray Griffin Project funded:    H2020-SC6 Project title:          HECAT- ‘Disruptive Technologies Supporting Labour Market Job description: We are currently seeking a FULL TIME summer studentship to join the School of Business at… Read More »Job Advertisement: Summer Studentship

Good Models and Positive Mimesis: Hopeful Grounds and Horizons for Economy & Society After COVID-19

Kieran Keohane – May 6th 2021 – 10:00 GMT Abstract: I’ll begin with a brief review of two general theoretical paradigms to help us account for both the bad (violent) and good (collaborative) manifestations of the current Covid-19 pandemic crisis by drawing on theories of… Read More »Good Models and Positive Mimesis: Hopeful Grounds and Horizons for Economy & Society After COVID-19

Work and the Gig Economy

Alex Wood – April 27th 2021 10:00 GMT Abstract: The gig economy is now a profound part of our economy and society, and goes hand-in-hand with the casualisation of labour, especially as the digital economy has become more advanced. In this seminar, Alex Wood will… Read More »Work and the Gig Economy