FoWnordics: Pillar II - Digitalization of traditional forms of work
This pillar will focus on changes during the last decades in the occupational and job structure in the Nordic countries.
New technology in the form of digitalization and ICT, has been described in terms of robotics enhancing automatization, industrialization 4.0, and platforms facilitating the enrollment of extensive networks of resources.
In this pillar, our purpose is to examine how different approaches to digitalization, penetrating the established production system, affect jobs and occupations in the labour market, work and employment relations, and the strategies of stakeholders (employers, unions and governmental bodies) that are trying to govern this change.
Bertil Rolandsson, Associate Professor, Gothenburg University.
Reports and events
- Publication: Bertil Rolandsson (ed.): Digital Transformations of Traditional Work in the Nordic Countries, December, 2020
- Thomas Berglund, Tuomo Alasoini, Jon Erik Dølvik, Stine Rasmussen, Johan Røed Steen and Pekka Varje (2020). Changes in the occupational structure of Nordic employment: Upgrading or polarization? Nordic future of work Working paper 2, 2nd edition
- Rolandsson, Bertil, Jon Erik Dølvik, Anna Hedenus, Johan Røed Steen, Anna Ilsøe, Trine Pernille Larsen and Tuomo Alasoini (2019). Digitalization in Nordic manufacturing: Some case-study illustrations.Nordic future of work Working paper 3
- Menneske mot roboter: Hva kan vi vente oss? Article by Johan Røed Steen at Arbeidslivet.no 21 May 2018.
- Seminar at Fafo - Future of work: Addressing the challenges of digitalisation, November, 2017.