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18° Convegno internazionale in ricordo di Marco Biagi

Programma

Thursday 19 March 2020

9.30-10.00: Registration of participants

10.00-10.30: Welcoming Remarks

10.30-13.00: Opening Session (Plenary)

Chair: Francesco Basenghi, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia; Marco Biagi Foundation, Italy

10.30-12.00: Keynote Speeches

Ylenia Curzi, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

Manos Matsaganis, Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy

Adalberto Perulli, Cą Foscari University of Venice

12.00-13.00: Debate

13.00-14.30 – Break

14.30-16.00: Parallel Sessions (1)

Social Protection and Regulatory Policies for Autonomous Work: The Case of Italy

Chair-Discussant: Tindara Addabbo, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia; Marco Biagi Foundation

Speakers:

Autonomous Workers and the Responses of Social Protection Systems to Overcome Transitions – Chiara Garbuio, Cą Foscari University of Venice, Italy

Economic Dependency and Contractual Imbalance of Self-Employed Workers in the Italian

Legal Framework – Caterina Mazzanti, University of Udine, Italy

Self-employment and social security in the Italian system: how to change course? – Giovanna Pistore, University of Padua, Italy

Organising Social Protection for Categories of Workers Falling outside the Employment Relationship: Lessons from the Global North and the Global South

Chair: Marius Olivier, Adjunct-Professor: School of Law, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia; Extraordinary Professor: Faculty of Law, North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa

Speakers:

Vulnerable transportation network company drivers in South Africa: a social protection response, Avinash Govindjee, Executive Dean, Faculty of Law, Nelson Mandela University, Port Elizabeth, South Africa

Social and labour protection for workers outside the traditional employment contract – a Swedish example, Annamaria Westregård, Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer, School of Economics and Management, Lund University, Sweden

Social protection for workers beyond the employment relationship in the informal economy in the global south: recent developments, Marius Olivier, Adjunct-Professor: School of Law, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia; Extraordinary Professor: Faculty of Law, North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa

Discussant: Manfred Weiss, J.W. Goethe University, Frankfurt-am-Main (Germany); Marco Biagi Foundation

Categories and Employment Status: Outdated or Still Useful Interpretative and Regulatory Tools?

Chair: Yasuo Suwa, Hosei University of Tokyo, Japan; Marco Biagi Foundation

Speakers:

Introduction of the category of a person with autonomous decision-taking powers as a possibility to create flexible and secure employment relationship – Merle Erikson, University of Tartu, Estonia

Subordination, self-employment and the hybrid area. A comparison among six different European legal systems – Pierluigi Di Gennaro, University of Milan, Italy

Autonomous employee and independent contractor: bifurcation point – Mikhail Kharitonov, St. Petersburg NRU HSE, Russia

Discussant: Ralf Rogowski, University of Warwick, United Kingdom; Marco Biagi Foundation

16.00-16.15: Break

16.15-17.45: Parallel Sessions

Representation and Collective Protections for Self-Employment

Chair: Csilla Kollonay, Central Eastern European University, Hungary; Marco Biagi Foundation

Speakers:

Abandon hope all ye who (press) enter here. Collective rights of platform workers: an illusion or hope for new developments? – Joanna Unterschütz, University of Business and Administration, Gdynia, Poland

Ride-Hailing Drivers as Autonomous Independent Contractors: “Let Them Bargain” – Ron Brown, University of Hawaii, USA

Legal status of the self-employed – whether protection is needed? – Kinga Piwowarska, Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Kraków University, Poland

Entrepreneurialism in the Age of Workplace Enforcement – Stephen Lee, University of California, Irvine School of Law, USA

Discussant: Susan Bisom-Rapp, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego (USA); Marco Biagi Foundation

Labour Rights as Human Rights: Applicability to Autonomous Work

Chair: Janice Bellace, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, USA; Marco Biagi Foundation; President of the International Society for Labour and Social Security Law

Speakers:

Business’ Duty to Respect Human Rights for all Workers – Beryl ter Haar, Leiden University, The Netherlands

(The Right to) Work as Foundational Value: an Italian Constitutional Promise – Edoardo Ales, University of Naples Parthenope; Marco Biagi Foundation, Italy

The ECHR as Guardian of Civil, Political and Social Rights of Autonomous Workers – Filip Dorssemont, UC Louvain, Belgium

Balancing Economic and Labour Rights. A Russian Experience – Nikita Lyutov, Kutafin Moscow State University, Russia

Discussant: Manfred Weiss, J.W. Goethe University, Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany; Marco Biagi Foundation

Innovation, Autonomy and (Pseudo) Managerial Legitimations: The Equivocal Paths of Operational Autonomy in EU Academia

Chair: Frank Hendrickx, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium; Marco Biagi Foundation

Speakers:

In-subordination in academia. One goal, different models, Izabela Florczak, University of Lodz, Poland

Performance management imperative v operational autonomy in academia. Quo vadis Academia Europea?, Marta Otto, University of Lodz, Poland

The embedded nature of IT in the workplace: A Ph.D. in online platforms, David Mangan, Maynooth University, Ireland

Discussant: Natalie Videbęk Munkholm, Aarhus University, Denmark

17.45-18.30: Poster Session – Young Scholars’ Symposium

 

Friday 20 March 2020

9.00-11.30: Parallel Sessions

Social Protection and Regulatory Policies for Autonomous Work: Comparative Perspectives

Chair-Discussant: Edoardo Ales, University of Naples Parthenope; Marco Biagi Foundation, Italy

Speakers:

The new working (poor) class? Self-employment and in-work poverty in the EU: a supranational regulatory strategy – Veronica Papa, University of Catania, Italy

Social Protection of Platform Workers: National and European Approaches – Olga Chesalina, Max-Planck-Institute for Social Law and Social Policy, Germany

Flying to Neverland: where flexible social protection supports self-employment – Maria Cristina Degoli, UCLouvain, Belgium

Social security for self-employed workers: between Universalism and Selectivity – Leonardo Battista, University of Bologna, Italy

Sectoral Analysis and Case Studies

Chair: Alan Neal, University of Warwick, United Kingdom; Marco Biagi Foundation

Speakers:

Protecting Autonomous Work in Specific Sectors: The Case of Italian Lawyers – Gionata Cavallini, University of Milan, Bar of Milan, Italy

Income protection in the framework of liberal professions: a pathway for harmonised conditions in a common market? – Matteo Avogaro, Eurofound, Ireland

New criteria versus old autonomy: quality and efficiency inside the courts – Roberta Troisi, Gaetano Alfano, Francesca Amendola, University of Salerno, Italy

Autonomy and the need for more democracy in the word of work – Kurt Pärli, University of Basel, Switzerland

Discussant: Riccardo Salomone, University of Trento; Marco Biagi Foundation, Italy

11.30-11.45 – Break

11.45-13.15: Parallel Sessions

The Autonomisation of Work: Functional Patterns of Employment and Self-Employment

Chair-Discussant: Luigi Enrico Golzio, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Marco Biagi Foundation

Speakers:

From augmented powers to enhanced flexibility. The employment relationship as innovation facilitator – Antonio Aloisi, IE University, Madrid, Spain; Valerio De Stefano, KU Leuven, Belgium

Employee and self-employed in real working life: Is there a real difference? – Daria Sarti, University of Florence, Italy; Teresina Torre, University of Genoa, Italy

Blockchain: between autonomisation and automatisation, new challenges for labour law – Stefano Bini, LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome, Italy

The shape of hybrid jobs, Martina Gianecchini, University of Padua, Italy; Paolo Gubitta, University of Padua, Italy; Sara Dotto, Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, France

The Future of Autonomous Work in the Digital Era: Regulatory Challenges and Societal reactions

Chair-Discussant: Andreas Inghammar, Associate Professor of Business Law, Department of Business Law – School of Economics and, Management, Lund University, Sweden

Speakers:

The future of labour law: how should we distribute labour protections in the digital market?, Federico Fusco, Assistant Professor of Law, Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University Al Khobar – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Algorithmic Management and the Self in Work Law, Julia Tomassetti Assistant Professor, School of Law, City University of Hong Kong – Hong Kong, China

Platform work and the human right to collective bargaining: Moving away from the classical dichotomy between employment and self-employment, Harry Stylogiannis PhD candidate, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

13.15-14.30 – Break

14.30-16.00: Closing Session (Plenary)

Chair: Tiziano Treu, Catholic University of Milan, Italy; National Council for Economics and Labour; Marco Biagi Foundation

Discussion of the outcomes of the parallel sessions:

Tindara Addabbo, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia; Marco Biagi Foundation

Manfred Weiss, J.W. Goethe University, Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany; Marco Biagi Foundation

Ralf Rogowski, University of Warwick, United Kingdom; Marco Biagi Foundation

Susan Bisom-Rapp, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego (USA); Marco Biagi Foundation

Natalie Videbęk Munkholm, Aarhus University, Denmark

Edoardo Ales, University of Naples Parthenope; Marco Biagi Foundation, Italy

Riccardo Salomone, University of Trento; Marco Biagi Foundation, Italy

Luigi Enrico Golzio, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia; Marco Biagi Foundation

Andreas Inghammar, Associate Professor of Business Law, Department of Business Law – School of Economics and, Management, Lund University, Sweden

Data inizio evento: 29/10/2020 09:30

Data fine evento: 30/10/2020 16:00

Luogo: Fondazione Marco Biagi, L.go Marco Biagi 10, Modena

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Categorie: societą, eventi, Convegno

Pubblicato da: comunicazione@unimore.it