Program 2019

Day 1

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24

EVENT HOST: JOVANA KARANOVIC – FOUNDER, RESHAPING WORK
VENUE: DE NIEUWE LIEFDE AMSTERDAM WEST

09:00 REGISTRATION
10:00 OPENING SPEECH | JOVANA KARANOVIC – FOUNDER, RESHAPING WORK
10:15  KEYNOTE | JEREMIAS ADAMS-PRASSL, PROFESSOR OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
The Gig Economy in 2020 – 3 Lessons for the Future of Work
11:00 COFFEE & ART INTERVENTION

11:30

RESEARCH INSIGHTS 1

PLATFORM WORK IN THE CARE SECTOR – CHOIR ROOM
Session chair: Hakan Ozalp, Vrije Universiteit

• Friederike Molitor, WZB Berlin Social Science Center Care on demand? Digitally-mediated care and domestic work
• Wifak Gueddana, King’s College London Who cares? Platform Work and Low-income home service work in the digital economy
• Kendra Briken, University of Strathclyde
• Miranda Hall, The New Economic Foundation
• Penny Williams, Queensland University of Technology The organisation of care work via digital platforms
• Paula McDonald, Queensland University of Technology
• Robyn Mayes, Queensland University of Technology

INCOME AND TAXATION OF GIG WORKERS – SMALL THEATRE
Session chair: Hanneke Bennaars, Leiden University

THE ROLE OF PLATFORM CUSTOMERS AND INTERMEDIARIES – MAIN THEATER
Session chair: Hans Berends, Vrije Universiteit

• Svea Windwehr, University of Oxford How labour market intermediaries transform institutions of work: Insights from a comparative qualitative study of dispute resolution processes in contingent work.
• Gretta Corporaal, University of Oxford
• Vili Lehdonvirta, University of Oxford
• Katherine Kellogg, MIT
• Alex Veen, The University of Sydney Consumer power and attitudes in the platform-economy: Food delivery with a side of decent working conditions
• Caleb Goods, The University of Western Australia
• Thomas Barratt, Edith Cowan University
• Dafna Goor, Harvard Business School Social Interactions in the Sharing Economy: A Double Edge Sword?
• Amir Grinstein, Northeastern University – Vrije University Amsterdam
• Jeroen Meijerink, University of Twente Explaining reputation inflation on Airbnb: The role of users’ perceived service quality
• Emma Schoenmakers, University of Twente

13:00 LUNCH & ART INTERVENTION
14:00 THINK-LIKE ROUNDTABLES
(10 MINUTES TRANSITION)
15:45 COFFEE & ART INTERVENTION
16:15 KEYNOTE | MEI LI VOS, VICE-PRESIDENT, AVV & MEMBER OF THE DUTCH SENATE
17:00 DRINKS & BITES
19:30
NETWORKING DINNER

Day 2

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25

09:00 REGISTRATION
10:00 KEYNOTE | PINAR OZCAN, PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
Platform Disruption: The Case of Open Banking
(15 MIN TRANSITION)

11:00

RESEARCH INSIGHTS 2

DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY & ALGORITHMIC MANAGEMENT – MAIN THEATRE
Session chair: Mark Boons, Vrije Universiteit

• Victor Bernhardtz, Unionen Algorithmic Management in the Traditional Firm: Policy Analysis, the Role of Unions and Strategies for Successful Implementation
• Ana Alacovska, Copenhagen Business Schooll Imagination gone rampant or Paranoia deserved? An Account of Folk Tales of Algorithmic Control among Creative Freelancers
• Eliane Bucher, Norwegian Business School BI
• Christian Fieseler, Norwegian Business School BI
• James Duggan, Cork University Business School App-Work and Algorithmic Management in the Gig Economy: A Working Relationship and HRM Perspective
• Ultan Sherman, Cork University Business School
• Ronan Carbery, Cork University Business School
• Anthony McDonnell, Cork University Business School
• Massimo De Minicis, INAPP Public Policy Innovation Digital Labour platforms, algorithmic governance and techno-regulation: towards a computational evolution of law
• Silvia Donà, INAPP Public Policy Innovation
• Nicola Lettieri, INAPP Public Policy Innovation
• Manuel Marocco, INAPP Public Policy Innovation

PLATFORM WORKER CAREERS – SMALL THEATRE
Session chair: Vili Lehdonvirta, University of Oxford

• Mareike Seifried, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich Career Paths in Online Labor Markets: Same same but different?
• Roman Jurowetzki, Aalborg University
• Tobias Kretschmer, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
• Jaap van Slageren, Utrecht University Skill Specialisation Patterns in the Online Gig Economy: Complement or Substitute to National Labour Markets?
• Andrea Herrman, Utrecht University
• Thomas Gegenhuber, Leuphana University Lüneburg Exploring Crowdworker Voice on Digital Work Platforms
• Markus Ellmer, University of Salzburg
• Elke Schüßler, Johannes Kepler University Linz
• Nikki Sonneveld, TNO Differences That Make a Difference: The Impact of Platform Worker Type on Drivers of Job Satisfaction in the Gig Economy
• Sarike Verbiest, TNO
• Mark Boons, Vrije University Amsterdam
• Jeroen Meijerink, University of Twente

INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION IN PLATFORM WORK – CHOIR ROOM
Session chair: Andrea Herrmann, Utrecht University

• Zachary Kilhoffer, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) Rethinking Labour Market Inclusion – Platforms and people with disabilities
• Sara Baiocco, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
• Borbala Simonovits, Eotvos Lorand University Would You Ride with Me? Discrimination in Shared Mobility Platforms. The Hungarian Case
• Judith Holton, Mount Allison University Rehumanising gig work in the platform economy
• Greg Marston, University of Queensland Identifying as a gig-worker: Intersectionality and ontological security among Uber drivers in Brisbane, Australia
• Peter Holtum, University of Queensland

12:30 LUNCH & ART INTERVENTION
13:15 MEET THE PLATFORM WORKERS
          Panelists:
Dean Bosche | Head of Partnerships, Toptal
Falko Kremp | Country Manager Germany, Fiverr®
Marieke Blom | Chief Economist, ING
Jenny Shen | Platform Worker
Danique Thijse | Platform Worker
          Chair:
Shellie Karabell, Journalist
14:30 COFFEE & ART INTERVENTION

15:00

RESEARCH INSIGHTS 3

PLATFORM COMPETITION – MAIN THEATRE
Session chair: Carmelo Cennamo, Copenhagen Business School

• Mahdi Tavalaei, University of Surrey Keep It or Share It? Exploring the Impact of Platform Rent Appropriation on Quality of Complementary Products
• Juan Santalo, IE Business School
• Carmelo Cennamo, Bocconi University
• Susanne Klausing, Oxford Internet Institute Winner-Takes-All Dynamics in the Online Gig Economy – A Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis
• Zoe Clements, IBM UK Ltd. Platform Return on Participation
• Rashik Parmar, IBM UK Ltd.
• Llewellyn D W Thomas, LaSalle Universitat Ramon Llull

POWER AND THE SHAPING OF PLATFORM WORK – SMALL THEATRE
Session chair: Martijn Arets, Platform Economy Expert

• Penny Williams, Queensland University of Technology Gig Work Down Under: Comparative evidence from an Australian National Prevalence Survey
• Paula McDonald, Queensland University of Technology
• Robyn Mayes, Queensland University of Technology
• Daniela Ceccon, WageIndicator Foundation Giving rights to platform workers: are collective agreements the right tool?
• Cynthia Srnec, CEPN – Université Paris 13 Alternative platforms addressing sustainable and cooperative work organization in the digital era
• Corinne Vercher Chaptal, CEPN – Université Paris 13

DATA AND GOVERNANCE OF PLATFORMS – CHOIR ROOM
Session chair: Marleen Huysman, Vrije Universiteit

• Florian Schmidt, University of Applied Sciences Dresden Crowdsourced Production of AI Training Data – How Human Workers Teach Self-Driving Cars How to See
• Ed Steinmueller, Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex Data Hoarding as Double Marginalization
• Simone Vannuccini, Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex
• Youngrong Lee, University of Toronto Working Like a Customer: Consenting to Precarious Work in Ride-hailing Platforms
• Frank Hoogendijk, Osborne Clarke International Legal Practice Decentralized Autonomous Organisations: reshaping work ahead of the platform-curve?

16:30 KEYNOTE | ROBERTO VIOLA, DIRECTOR GENERAL, DG CONNECT (EU COMMISSION)
17:15 CLOSING REMARKS

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