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Work in the Global Economy coverNew Journal: Work in the Global Economy

We are delighted to announce the launch of a new journal, Work in the Global Economy, published in association with the International Labour Process Conference.

Work in the Global Economy is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that promotes understanding of work, and connections to work, in all forms and dimensions. This can mean a focus on labour processes, labour markets, labour organising and labour reproduction.

The launch double issue of Work in the Global Economy will be published in October 2021.

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Submit your article

The Editors welcome wide-ranging contributions that extend and deepen connections between all aspects of the division of labour: from the production networks that underpin the global economy, to the gendered and racial divides that shape how work is allocated and organised.

Read the call for papers for more information.

To discuss your ideas, contact editors Sian Moore and Kirsty Newsome at editors.workintheglobaleconomy@gmail.com.

Don't miss the Plenary session of editor Sian Moore on 15th of July.


Subscriptions 

Be sure to recommend Work in the Global Economy to your librarian. Ask them to subscribe or sign up for a 3 month free trial.  

ILPC delegates can get a discounted personal print subscription from just £43. To take advantage of this offer, please contact custserv@turpin-distribution.com including the journal title and referring to your ILPC attendance. 

 

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UK and Europe

 £   43.00 

 €   54.00 

 

Rest of the World

 £   54.00 

 

 $83.00 










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