Francis Green is Professor of Work and Education Economics in the Faculty of Education and Society at University College London. After graduating in Physics at Oxford University, he studied Economics at the London School of Economics, before writing his PhD thesis at Birkbeck College. His research focuses on education, skills, the graduate labour market and the quality of work. His latest research project is a wide-ranging study of 21st century trends in job quality. The author of ten earlier books, and more than 150 papers, he also works as an occasional expert advisor on skills and job quality for the UK government, the OECD and the European Union. He is a member of the Excellence Network of the Bruegel project: Future of Work and Inclusive Growth in Europe.
Risks to job quality from digital technologies: are industrial relations in Europe ready for the challenge?
The paper extends the debate about the future of work beyond employment and pay, to a consideration of job quality more broadly.
First Annual Conference of the Future of Work and Inclusive Growth project