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Some of the previous Productivity and Futures of Work GRP events have been listed below.
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Launch Productivity ECR Network Meeting

This is a research meeting led by Giuliana Battisti, Nigel Driffield and Steve Roper for our fellows and researchers working on Productivity, Innovation, Supply Chain and FDI.

The aim of this event was to touch base on our research and create a network. The meeting will consist of an informal chat on attendees' main ongoing research and interests, and how to take this forward.

If you would like to join the Productivity ECR Network, please contact

Tue 01 Nov 2022, 18:00 | Tags: Productivity ECR Network

Productivity and the Futures of Work GRP Conference: AI & Digital Technologies in the Workplace Conference

Productivity and the Futures of Work GRP Conference : AI & Digital Technologies in the Workplace Conference

When: Friday 16th September 2022

Where: Scarman, University of Warwick


  • Professor Steven Dhondt - 'Productivity and Good Work: Perspectives from the Digital Frontier'
  • Dr. Meike Brodersen - ’Platform working- the Good Gig? Questions of digitalisation in the Platform Economy'
  • Carla Toro - 'The Advantages of Digital Support in the Workplace for Worker Mental Health'
  • PhD Student Presentations by Emma Gentry, Sola Browne, Vincent Bryce, Ully Yunita Nafizah, Yanwan Li and Yuan Yuan
Fri 16 Sep 2022, 18:00 | Tags: Conference

Creative Industries Post Covid Workshop : University of Warwick and TUC Midlands

On the 28th of March in Birmingham we were joined by regional policymakers, academics, and representatives of the Arts Sector to identify interventions in the West Midlands region that will support precarious work and workers in the creative industries.

The aim of the workshop was to propose actions which could be implemented at local/ regional level - we will be joined by local freelance artists, as well as representatives from Unions to debate which actions can be taken.

Ultimately, we would like to see this sector thrive again and ensure that the Arts Sector, and its workers, are a part of more resilient and sustainable future.

The full agenda, and workshop details, can be found here.

Mon 28 Mar 2022, 10:30 | Tags: Creative Industries

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