Oxford Handbook of Job Quality - publication event
Welcome to join us for a seminar to mark the publication of the ”Oxford Handbook of Job Quality”! Meet one of the editors and several of the volume’s authors.
Agenda for the seminar
Chris Mathieu (co-editor, Department of Sociology, LU): Welcome and Introduction and overview of the Handbook
Maria Albin (co-author Ch. 10, Institute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska institutet): Chemical and Biological Occupational Risks
Töres Theorell (co-author Ch. 10, Department of Global Public Health, Karolinska institutet): Psychosocial Health Determinants in the Work Environment
Janine Leschke (co-author Ch. 16, Department of Management, Society and Communication, Copenhagen Business School): Job quality trends in Europe since the Recession of 2008-2010
Chris Mathieu: Job Quality and its others – multiple concepts for one phenomenon or multiple phenomena and one or more concepts?
Questions and open discussion
Book chapters presented at the seminar
- Introduction: Job Quality Matters. Chris Warhurst, Chris Mathieu, & Rachel E. Dwyer (Pp. 1–20)
- Chapter 3: Job Quality: A family affair? Chris Warhurst, Sally Wright & Chris Mathieu (Pp. 63–84)
- Chapter 10: The Cornerstone of Job Quality: Occupational safety and health. Maria Albin, Chris Mathieu, Esa-Pekka Takala & Töres Theorell (Pp. 220–243).
- Chapter 16: The Great Recession and Job Quality Trends in Europe. Christine Erhel, Mathilde Guergoat-Larivière, Janine Leschke, & Andrew Watt (Pp. 363–388).
As capacity is limited, please pre-register for the event by sending an email by 2 November to: christopher [dot] mathieu [at] soc [dot] lu [dot] se
The seminar is held in conjunction with the Sociology of Work and Professions [SWAP] research network at the Department of Sociology, Lund University.