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Webinar - Ida Regalia - Regulating work in small firms - 9/06/2020

NASP International Webinar

Ida Regalia (University of Milan)
Regulating work in small firms.
Perspectives on the future of work in globalised economies

9 June 2020, h. 10.30-12.30
MS Teams

Chair:
Lisa Dorigatti (University of Milan)

Discussants:
Gabriele Ballarino (University of Milan)
Guglielmo Meardi (Scuola Normale Superiore, Florence)  

Abstract
There are two purposes behind this book. One is to tackle the quantitatively significant and qualitatively diverse, and even contradictory, reality of small firms, focusing on the crucial topic of work and the ways in which it is regulated. The other is to take advantage of the analysis of the dynamics observed within small firms as a starting point for a preliminary reflection on the future of labour in general.

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