European Commission

Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion

Project Bibliography

2017 - Smart production and Industrial Relations

Askénazy P. and Gianella C. (2000) Le paradoxe de la productivité: les changements organisationnels, facteur complémentaire à l’informatisation, Économie et statistique, (339-340), 219-242.

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Berta G. (2014) Produzione intelligente. Un viaggio nelle nuove fabbriche, Torino, Einaudi.

Brighenti B. (2015) Opinion of the European Committee of the Regions - The local and regional dimension of the sharing economy, Brussels, European Committee of the Regions.

Brynjolfsson E. and McAfee A. (2015) The second machine age. Work, progress and prosperity in a time of brilliant technologies, New York, W. W. Norton & Company.

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Charrié J. and Janin L. (2015) Le numérique : comment réguler une économie sans frontière ?, La note d’analyse 35, Paris, France Stratégie.

Colin N. and Verdier H. (2012) L’âge de la multitude – Entreprendre et gouverner après la révolution numérique, Paris, Armand Colin.

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Coriat B. (ed.) (2015) Le retour des communs – la crise de l’idéologie propriétaire, Paris, Les liens qui libèrent.

D’Cruz P. and Noronha E. (2014) The interface between technology and customer cyberbullying: evidence from India, Information and Organization, 24 (3), 176-193.

Degryse C. (2016) Digitalisation of the economy and its impact on labour markets, Working paper 2016.02, Brussels, ETUI.

Dortier J.F. (2015) Les robots vont-ils tuer les emplois, Sciences humaines, (274), 62-65. Escande P. and Cassini S. (2015) Bienvenue dans le capitalisme 3.0, Paris, Albin Michel.

EU-OSHA (2015a) A review of the future of work: online labour exchanges or “crowdsourcing”: implications for occupational safety and health, Discussion paper, Bilbao, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work.

EU-OSHA (2015b) A review of the future of work: robotics, Discussion paper, Bilbao, European Agency for Safety and Health at Work.

Eurofound (2015) New forms of employment, Luxembourg, Publication Office of the European Union.

Fleissner P. (2009) The “commodification” of knowledge in the global information society, Triple-C, 7 (2), 228-238.

Flipo F., Dobré M. and Michot M. (2013) La face cachée du numérique. L’impact environmental des nouvelles technologies, Paris, L’échappée.

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Frey C.B. and Osborne M.A. (2013) The future of employment: how susceptible are jobs to computerisation?, Oxford Martin School Working paper, Oxford, Oxford University.

Fuchs C. and Fisher E. (eds.) (2015) Reconsidering value and labour in the digital age, Dynamics of virtual work series, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.

Green A., de Hoyos M., Barnes S-A., Baldauf B. and Behle H. (2013) CrowdEmploy: crowdsourcing case studies. An empirical investigation into the impact of crowdsourcing on employability, European Commission Joint Research Centre, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies, JRC Technical Reports, EUR 26351, Luxembourg, Publications Office of the European Union.

Hermann M., Pentek T. and Otto B. (2015) Design principles for Industrie 4.0 scenarios: a literature review, Working paper no 1/2015, Dortmund, Technische Universität Dortmund.

Holtgrewe U. (2014) New new technologies: the future and the present of work in information and communication technology, New Technology, Work and Employment, 29 (1), 9-24.

Huws U. (2013) Working online, living offline: labour in the Internet age, Work organisation, labour and globalisation, 7 (1), 1-11.

Huws U. (2016) Logged in. The new economy makes it harder than ever to untangle capitalism from our daily lives, Jacobin. sharing-economy-crowdsource-precarity-uber-workers.

Huws U. (ed.) (2007) Defragmenting: towards a critical understanding of the new global division of labour, Work Organisation, Labour & Globalisation, 1 (2), 1-4.

IndustriAll (2015) Digitalising manufacturing whilst ensuring equality, participation and cooperation, Policy Brief 2015-07. uload/pdf/2015112PolicyBrief_2015-07_DigitisationOfManufacturing-EN.pdf industriAll (2015b)

Digitalisation for equality, participation and cooperation in industry More and better industrial jobs in the digital age, Position Paper 2015-02. Document adopted by the 7th Meeting of the Executive Committee, Brussels, 02-03 December 2015

Irani L. (2015) Justice for “data janitors”, Public Books. nonfiction/justice-for-data-janitor.

Karsenti G. (1999) La fin du paradoxe de l’informatique. L’heure du retour sur investissement, Paris, Editions Organisation.

Lehdonvirta V. and Mezier P. (2013) Identity and self-organization in unstructured work, Working Paper Series 1, COST action IS 1202, Hertfordshire, The University of Hertfordshire.

Lestavel T. (2015) Les promesses très commerciales du « big data », Alternatives économiques, (350), 70-73.

Lundvall B.-A. (1998) The globalising learning economy: implications for innovation policy, EUR 18307, Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.

Malet J.-B. (2013) En Amazonie. Infiltré dans le « meilleur des mondes », Paris, Fayard. Mansell R. (dir.) (2009) The information society. Critical concepts in sociology, London, Routledge.

Méda D. and Vendramin P. (2013) Réinventer le travail, Paris, PUF.

Meil P. (2015) ICT and work. Future opportunities, fresh insecurities, Presentation at the Eurofound Conference “Changing Working Conditions in Europe: Moving towards better work, First findings from the Eurofound’s 6th European Working Conditions Survey”, November 24, Luxembourg.

Nemri M. (2015) Demain, l’internet des objets, Note d’analyse 22, Paris, France Stratégie. Nett B., Rhode M., Wulf V., Van Dijk J., Kommers P., Helsper E., Richer W., Meyer E., Cullen K., Gareis K. and Stubbe J. (2010) Study on the social impact of ICT (CPP n°55A, SMART2007-0068).

Nordmann A. (ed.) (2005) Converging technologies. Shaping the future of the European societies, Report EUR 21357, Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communitie.

Orlikowski W. (2010) The sociomateriality of organisational life: considering technology in management research, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 34 (1), 125-141.

Osty F., Sainsaulieu R. and Uhalde M. (2007) Les mondes sociaux de l’entreprise. Penser le développement des organisations, Paris, La Découverte.

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Pastré O., Meyer D., Truel J.M. and Zarader R. (1981) Informatisation et emploi, menace ou mutation?, Paris, La Documentation Française.

Pélissier du Rausas M., Manyika J., Hazan E., Bughin J., Chui M. and Said R. (2011) Internet matters: the net’s sweeping impact on growth, jobs, and prosperity, McKinsey Gobal Institute.

Perez C. (2004) Technological revolutions, paradigm shifts and socio-institutional change, in Reiner E.S (dir.) Globalization, economic development and inequality: an alternative perspective, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar.

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Popma J. (2013) The Janus face of the ‘New ways of work’: rise, risks and regulation of nomadic work, Working Paper 2013.07, Brussels, ETUI.

Rafnsdottir G.L. (2014) Time, space and gender, presentation à la conference COST Dynamics of virtual work, gender perspectives in the analysis of virtual work, Barcelona, 10-12 November. Rafnsdottir-small.pd.

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Reich R. (2001) Futur parfait : progrès technique, défis sociaux, Paris, Village Mondial.

Rifkin J. (2014) The Internet of things, the collaborative commons, and the eclipse of capitalism, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.

Roberts S. (2015) Essential practice, hidden labour: understanding commercial content moderation in a globalized context, presentation à la conference COST Dynamics of virtual work, Parnü, 16-18 September.

Robertshaw S. (ed.) (2015) The collaborative economy – impact and potential of collaborative internet and additive manufacturing, STOA (Science and technology options assessment), Brussels, European Parliament. RegData/etudes/STUD/2015/547425/EPRS_STU%282015%29547425_EN.pd.

Rochet V. and Volle M. (eds.) (2015) L’intelligence iconomique : l’iconomie et les nouveaux modèles d’affaires de la III° révolution industrielle, Louvain, De Boeck Universit.

Rosanvallon J. (2007) Le travail à distance au carrefour de deux types de collectif, in Durand J.-P. and Gasperini W. (eds.) Le travail à l’épreuve des paradigmes sociologiques, Paris, Octares, 303-314.

Rosenberg N. (1994) Exploring the black box. Technology, economics, and history, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Rüssman M., Lorenz M., Gerbert P., Waldner M., Justus J., Engel P. and Harnisch M. (2015) Industry 4.0: the future of productivity and growth in manufacturing industries, Boston Consulting Group.

Sauvy A. (1981) La machine et le chômage : le progrès technique et l’emploi, Paris, Dunod. Soete L. (ed.) (1996) Technology, productivity and job creation – analytical report, Paris, Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development.

Stiegler B. (2015) L’emploi est mort, vive le travail !, Paris, Mille et une nuits.

The Economist (2015a) Workers on tap, 3 January 2015. news/leaders/21637393-rise-demand-economy-poses-difficult-questions-workerscompanies-and.

The Economist (2015b) Does Deutschland do digital?, 21 November 2015.

Vendramin P. (2004) Le travail au singulier. Le lien social à l’épreuve de l’individualisation, Louvain-la-Neuve, Academia Bruylant.

Vendramin P. and Valenduc G. (2002) Technologies et flexibilité. Le défis du travail à l’ère numérique, Paris, Éditions Liaisons.

Viesti G. Prota F. 2007: Le nuove politiche regionali dell'Unione Europea, pp. 11-39 e 111-128, Bologna, Il Mulino.

Volle M. (2000) E-économie, Paris, Economica.

Wauthy X. (2008) Concurrence et régulation sur les marchés de plateforme : une introduction, Reflets et Perspectives de la Vie Economique, XLVII (1), 39-54.

Went R., Kremer M. and Knottnerus A. (2015) Mastering the robot. The future of work in the second machine age, The Haye, The Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy.

Weygand F. (2008) Économie de la « société de l’information », quoi de neuf ?, TIC & Société [En ligne], 2 (2), 60-80.