Research engagement

The Work/Industry Futures Research Program engages with the broader community by disseminating research findings through keynotes, invited presentations and seminars, and conference presentations as well as articles in news media, trade press and academic/industry blogs. See below for examples of these engagement activities.

Keynotes, seminars & presentations

 

Media articles

For more articles, please see individual staff profiles on the Team page.

 &  (2019) Why some workers are saying no to the gig economy. Futures of Work, 2019 (5).
White, Diane &  (2018) As the Kavanaugh backlash shows, #MeToo hasn’t gone far enough. The Guardian, October 5.
 & White, Diane (2018) Backlash against gender equality is arising in new forms. LSE Business Review, November 8.

 

Irvine, SusanThorpe, Karen, &  (2018) Low-paid ‘women’s work’: Why early childhood educators are walking out. The Conversation, March 23.
Mayes, Robyn (2018) Women have been neglected by the Anzac tradition and it’s time that changed. The Conversation, April 25.
Matthews, Tony &  (2017) Inner-city neighbourhood shows the way in protecting heritage of centuries past. The Conversation.

 

 (2017) PhD students should be taught more about research impact and engagement. LSE Impact Blog.
Price, Robin &  (2016) What evidence is there that internships secure employment? The Conversation, June (17).