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The Pissarides Review into the Future of Work and Wellbeing

Automation technologies are transforming work, society and the economy in the UK in ways comparable to the Industrial Revolution. By mapping the economic landscape and labour market inequalities, The Pissarides Review into the Future of Work and Wellbeing will inform policy, practice and research that seeks to address disadvantage, mitigate risk and build resilience for vulnerable communities and groups.

This event marks the launch of The Pissarides Review into the Future of Work and Wellbeing, an Institute for the Future of Work research project led by Nobel Prize-winning economist Professor Sir Christopher Pissarides and funded by the Nuffield Foundation.

Focussing on implications of technological transformation for access to work, working conditions, worker health and worker wellbeing, a team of academics and policy professionals from the Institute, Imperial College and Warwick Business School will pilot a new, cross-disciplinary approach to evaluating disruption and reducing inequalities through better work.

At this launch event, Sir Christopher introduced early insights, based on a new review of relevant policy and evidence.

Watch back the event:

Speakers

  • Sir Christopher Pissarides, Co-Founder and Co-Chair, Institute for the Future of Work
  • Anna Thomas, Co-Founder and Director, Institute for the Future of Work
  • Glenda Quintini, Senior Economist (skills and employability), OECD
  • Jolene Skordis, Professor of Economics, UCL Centre for Global Health Economics
  • Isabel Berwick, Work and Careers Editor, Financial Times
  • Hetan Shah, Chief Executive, British Academy

Date

March 29, 2022 16:00

to

18:00

Location

Nuffield Foundation, St John Street, EC1M 4EH

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