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Work in the Global Economy


Editors in Chief
Sian Moore,
University of Greenwich, UK

Kirsty Newsome,
University of Sheffield, UK

Associate Editors
Donna Baines,
University of British Columbia, Canada

Paul Brook,
University of Leicester, UK

Rachel Cohen,
City University of London, UK

Martin Krzywdzinski,
WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Germany 

Managing Editor
Abigail Marks,
Newcastle University, UK

Consulting Editor
Paul Thompson,
University of Stirling, UK 

Editorial Assistant and Social Media Editor
Safak Tartanoglu-Bennett,
University of Greenwich, UK

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Online: 2732-4176 

October (double launch issue) 

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About the journal

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 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 more
Highlights this month
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Journal launch

Read the inaugural double issue of Work in the Global Economy for free now until 31 December 2021

call for papers

Call for papers

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