ILO's Network on Future of Work

It is vital that the future of work debates should be based on the indepth research and analysis available around the globe. The Future of Work Network as a global knowledge centre aims to share information with and learn from other leading thinkers and their work on the future of work and thus help the constituents of the ILO shape a more inclusive, fair and greener world of work.

Network research and analysis

  1. Working Paper

    Decent Work and the Digital Gig Economy

    Manchester Centre for Development Informatics

    This paper presents a review of current evidence and ideas relating to the digital gig economy, aiming at systematically reviewing both impacts and recommendations for the digital gig economy in order to create a union list of standards.

  2. Paper

    Non-standard forms of employment: Recent trends and future prospects

    Eurofound

    Focusing on the growth of non-standard employment over the last decade, this paper finds that, apart from part-time work, there has not been an increase in non-standard employment during this time. However, both temporary contracts and self-employment grew, quite strongly in some Eurofound's Member States.

  3. Report

    Developments in working life in Europe 2016: EurWORK annual review

    Eurofound

    Eurofound’s annual review collates information based on reports from its network throughout 2016, complemented by recent research findings, including data from Eurofound’s European Working Conditions Survey (EWCS).

Network members

  1. Barba, Francisco. University of Huelva

  2. Bortz, Pablo. Universidad Nacional de San Martín.

  3. Blustein, David. Boston College.

  4. Blohm, Ivo. University of St Gallen.

  5. Bosch, Gerhard. Duisburg-Essen University.

  6. Calvão, Filipe. The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

  7. Chang, Jiyeun. Korea Labor Institute.

  8. Chicha, Marie-Thérèse. Sports betting mobile phone softwareUniversité de Montréal.

  9. Dewan, Sabina. Just Jobs Network

  10. Dølvik, Jon Erik. Fafo.

  11. Drahokoupil, Jan. European Trade Union Institute (ETUI)

  12. Duval, Romain. International Monetary Fund.

  13. Foden, David. Eurofound.

  14. Gahan, Peter. Centre for Workplace Leadership, University of Melbourne

  15. Ghosh, Jayati. Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

  16. Heeks, Richard. University of ManchesterDevelopment Implications of Digital Economies (DIODE) Strategic Research Network

  17. Herrera, Gioconda. Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales Sede Ecuador

  18. Jackson, Tim. University of Surrey , Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity

  19. Lee, Keun. Soeul National University

  20. Manning, Alan. London School of Economics

  21. Masdonati, Jonas. University of Lausanne.

  22. Méda, Dominique. Université Paris-Dauphine

  23. McGahey, Rick. Institute for New Economic Thinking

  24. Mundlak, Guy. Tel Aviv University

  25. Murunga, Godwin. Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa

  26. Nicholles, Natalie. Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.

  27. Pais, Ivana. Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

  28. Pardi, Tommaso. ENS Cachan, GERPISA

  29. Puyana Mutis, Alicia. Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, Sede Académica de México.

  30. Quick, Annie. New Economics Foundation.

  31. Quintero Lima, María Gema. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

  32. Robalino, David. World Bank Group

  33. Sen, Gita. Ramalingaswami Centre on Equity & Social Determinants of Health, Public Health Foundation of India

  34. Sharif, Raed M. Canada’s International Development Research Centre.

  35. Sholkamy, Hania. Social Research Centre, American University in Cairo

  36. Snower, Dennis J. The Kiel Institute for the World Economy.

  37. Supiot, Alain. Collège de France, Paris

  38. Sugeno, Kazuo. Japan Institute for Labour Policy .

  39. Suzuki, Akira. Ohara Institute for Social Research, Hosei University.

  40. Stewart, James. Institute for Science, Technology and Innovation, Edinburgh Living Lab, University of Edinburgh. 

  41. Tijdens, Kea. Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour studies (AIAS), University of Amsterdam

  42. Tsikata, Dzodzi. Sports betting mobile phone softwareInstitute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER), University of Ghana

  43. Tutov, Leonid. Moscow State University.

  44. Webster, Edward. Society, Work and Development Institute (SWOP), University of Witwatersrand

  45. Yeldan, Erinç. Bilkent University

  46. Zotova, Elena. Analytical Center for the Gov. of the Russian Federation