Workshop at Alliance Manchester Business School, 21-22 April 2016
Precarious work is a central factor in increasing inequality and insecurity across developed and developing countries and attention is needed to understand both the institutional, social and economic conditions that give rise to precarious work and to policies and practices that can modify its effects and promote inclusive labour markets.
This workshop is an important contribution to the University of Manchester’s commitment to addressing global inequalities as a core university research theme and to promoting social responsibility.
The workshop is jointly organised by EWERC (the European Work and Employment Research Centre) and FairWRC (the Fairness at Work Research Centre) within Alliance Manchester Business School. The workshop also draws on contributions from colleagues within the School of Law and the School of Environment, Education and Development (SEED).