2013 International Labour Process Conference


2013 ILPC Conference

On March 18-20, SMLR will host the International Labour Process Conference (ILPC) in New Brunswick, NJ. 

Keynote speakers are:

  • Andrew Ross, New York University professor of social and cultural analysis
  • Ruth Milkman, Professor of Sociology at the CUNY Graduate Center and Academic Director of the Joseph S. Murphy Institute for Worker Education at School of Professional Studies (SPS)

About The ILPC Conference

The primary focus of the International Labour Process (ILPC) Conference is work and employment relations in the context of the broader political economy, with an emphasis on employee perspectives and theory-led empirical research.

ILPC is one of the longest established and best known forums for the analysis of all aspects of work and employment. It has earned a reputation as a cornerstone of empirical research and cutting edge theoretical debate within the labour process and work organization tradition. Every year, the conference brings together academics and policy makers from the sociology of work and employment, business and management studies, human resource management, industrial relations, organizational analysis and a range of other disciplines to discuss and critically assess developments in the field of work. Click here to learn more about the ILPC's history.

Complete information about the 2013 conference can be found at www.ilpc.org.uk