Seminar 2: Methods (16th December 2015, Nottingham Trent University)

Seminar Details:

The second seminar took place on the 16th December at Nottingham Business School. The full programme for the second seminar was as follows:

Seminar 2: Analysing Distribution, Work and Employment: Methods

9:45-10:15 Registration, Coffee and Pastries
10.15-10.30 Welcome from Bruce Philp (Birmingham City University) and Dan Wheatley (Nottingham Business School)
10:30-12:15 Elena Papagiannaki (Aston University)

Alternative ways of Evaluating Labour: an outcome based approach with Data of Unpaid Overtime from the UK Industries

Dan Wheatley (Nottingham Business School)

Quantitative and Mixed Methods Approaches to Work and Employment

12:15-13:00 Lunch
13:00-15:00 Lisa Schulte (University of Greenwich), Charles Umney (Leeds University), Ian Greer (Cornell University), Katia Iankova and Graham Symon (University of Greenwich)

Insertion as an alternative to Workfare: Active Labour Market schemes in the Parisian Suburbs

John Marsh (Nottingham Business School), Bruce Philp (Birmingham City University) and Time Sharpe (Newcastle University, Australia)

Achieving Full Employment: History, Theory and Policy

15:00-15:15 Coffee
15:15:16:00 Roundtable

Factor Income Distribution, Work and Employment: Evaluating Methods

Led by Professor Ron Smith (Birbeck University of London), Andrew Mearman (Leeds University Business School), Gary Slater (Leeds University Business School)

Photographs from the second seminar:

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Elena Papagiannaki introduces her paper ‘Alternative ways of Evaluating Labour: an outcome based approach with Data of Unpaid Overtime from the UK Industries’

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WP_20151216_13_45_48_ProCharles Umney and Graham Symon deliver their paper ‘Insertion as an alternative to Workfare: Active Labour Market schemes in the Parisian Suburbs’

WP_20151216_14_16_26_ProDr Bruce Philp and John Marsh present their paper ‘Achieving Full Employment: History, Theory and Policy’

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Professor Ron Smith begins the roundtable discussion ‘Factor Income Distribution, Work and Employment: Evaluating Methods’ along with Dr Gary Slater

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