CEP Public Events
Hosted with the Alan Turing Institute and Oxford University
Workshop on alternative work arrangements (with policy panel)
Tuesday 27 October 2020 15:30 - 18:00
About this event
New findings on the characteristics, constraints and preferences of gig-economy workers, the self-employed and others in non-standard work
Note: This event was originally due to take place in March, but has been rescheduled due to lockdowns.
The workshop on Alternative Work Arrangements is taking place on 27 October 2020, organised by the Department of Economics at Oxford University and the LSE Centre for Economic Performance.
Flexible, "non-standard" work arrangements are increasing in both prevalence and policy relevance throughout developed economies. At the workshop, we will share new findings on the characteristics, constraints and preferences of gig-economy workers, the self-employed and others in non-standard work. We will also give international perspectives on the changing composition of jobs and how to evaluate the 'alternative work' economy.
The workshop's keynote lecture will be given by Dmitri Koustas (University of Chicago) and will be followed by a policy panel with participants from the TUC, OECD and BEIS.
If you would like to attend, please register your interest by emailing email@example.com. In your email, please state your name, affiliation and current status (e.g. 3rd year PhD student).
The event represents the conclusion of a programme of work funded by the Turing-HSBC-ONS Economic Data Science Award.
Participants are expected to adhere to the CEP Events Code of Conduct.