Our research activities span podcasts, funding for research reports and interdisciplinary methodologies that investigate issues impacting Productivity and the Futures of Work.
Dr Wright explores how the impact of digitalisation on paid and unpaid work. The analysis will explore such themes as digital tool usage, algorithmic management and digital surveillance, and the production of unpaid digital content.
This piece of research analyses the Gender Pay Gap (GPG) reporting in the UK, exploring how and why employers in different sectors respond to requirements on pay transparency differently.
This study identifies the nature of the research on productivity and the future of work carried out by the University of Warwick since its establishment in 1974, the faculty involved and their external research networks.
Funded by this GRP, Dr Didem Derya Ozdemir Kaya research investigated how service jobs such as coaching, nursing and performance arts involving human contact have been impacted by the COVID-19.
Chris Bilton from the Centre for Cultural and Media Policy Studies and thematic lead for Creative Industries, talks to people in the arts and creative industries about life under lockdown - what's changing and what needs to change.
In this project Naomi Waltham- Smith for Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies is documenting and analysing the myriad experiences of being “out of work” that have arisen during the pandemic—understood in the double sense of both being without a job and also leisure outside of work.
Part funded by our GRP this Realities and Dreams: Culture under Covid, is a series of podcasts examining the impact of Covid-19 on the UK creative economy. The creative and cultural sector and individual practitioners within it, have been hit especially hard by the pandemic.In each episode a researcher from University of Warwick Centre for Cultural and Media Policy Studies will be talking to a creative practitioner about how their work has been affected and about their hopes for the future.