The Future of Work: Philosophical and Economic Perspectives

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1. Brian Berkey – “What is Wrong with Wrongful Exploitation?”
2. Pascal Brixel – “The Difficulty of Securing Good Work for All”
3. Huub Brouwer – “Automation, Desert, and the Case for Capital Grants”
4. Denise Celentano – “Should Machines Provide Meaningful Work for All?”
5. Willem van der Deijl – “Fairness in Pay and the Immorality Premium”
6. Markus Furendal – “Reciprocity, Burden-sharing, and the Individual Duty of Contributive Justice”
7. Sarah Goff – “The Structure of an Unjust Society: Work and Other Domains”
8. Serena Olsaretti – “Fairness and Reproductive Work”
9. Tom Parr – “Automation and Unemployment”
10. Areti Theofilopoulou and Tom Parr – “Frustration at Work? The Case for Subsidizing Career Changes”
11. Kate Vredenburgh – “Transparency and Economic Democracy”
12. Nicholas Vrousalis – “Interdependent Independence: Kant's Political Philosophy of Work”
13. Elizabeth Widmer – “Hermann Cohen’s Kant-Inspired Critique of Exploitation”
14. Nuna Zekić – Working time regulation for the future: is the ‘right to disconnect’ the answer?
Period22 Jun 202224 Jun 2022
Event typeConference
LocationRotterdam, NetherlandsShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational