Podcast: How the Covid-19 pandemic has affected global inequalities in work and employment

Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change

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Dr Danat Valizade and Dr Manhal Ali discuss their paper on the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic for global inequalities in work and employment. 

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This podcast episode was recorded remotely in May 2022. If you would like to get in touch regarding this podcast, please contact research.lubs@leeds.ac.uk. A transcript of this episode is available. 

Read the paper: “Inequalities in the disruption of paid work during the Covid-19 pandemic: A world systems analysis of core, semi-periphery, and periphery states.” Industrial Relations: A journal of Economy and Society. Danat Valizade, Manhal Ali, Mark Stuart https://doi.org/10.1111/irel.12310  

About the speakers:  

Dr Danat Valizade is an Associate Professor in Quantitative Methods in the Work and Employment Relations Department. His research interests coalesce around the changing nature of work with a specific focus on the quality of working lives, inequalities and digital futures at work. 

Dr Manhal Ali is a Lecturer in Human Resource Management in the same department. His areas of expertise include Organisational Economics; Managerial Economics; Health Economics; Digital Economy; Data Science. 

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