Working Conditions, Work Organisation and New Technologies

The aim of the course is to explore thecomplex  relationshipthat exist between the working conditions, the organisation of work and the technological systems; to comprehend the ways that the New Technologies influence the actual systems of production and work in the variant sectors of the economy.

Reading list

  • European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, (Eurofound), (2009), Convergence and divergence of working conditions in Europe, 1990-2005, Luxembourg, διαθέσιμο στη διεύθυνση www.eurofound.europa.eu.
  • EFILWC, (2002) New work organization, working conditions and quality of work: towards the flexible firm? European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.
  • Inigo Isusi, (2011), Recent developments in work organization in the EU27 Member States and Norway, information@eurofound.Europa.eu.
  • Weiler, Anni, (2007), Working conditions surveys-A comparative analysisΕuropean Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, (Eurofound), διαθέσιμο στη διεύθυνση www.eurofound.europa.eu.
  • Petraki Georgia (2011) “Conditions of work in Europe: Conditions of work as an object of research and social negotiation” 4th international scientific conference of the Scientific Society of Social Policy, Athens, 10-11 November 2011. 
  • Petraki Georgia New Forms of Work Organization, 2008, Athens: Gutenberg, pages 318.
  • Petraki Georgia (editor) Changes to the global work organization, 2012, Athens: Gutenberg, pages 344.

 

Secretariat Code
51M217
Category
Optional Course
Credits
3
ERASMUS
Available