Isabelle Ferreras

Isabelle Ferreras is a senior tenured fellow of the Belgian National Science Foundation. She is professor of sociology at the Université catholique de Louvain where she teaches at the Department of Social and Political Sciences. Isabelle is involved as a permanent researcher of the CriDIS (Centre de recherches interdisciplinaires Democracy, Institutions, Subjectivity). Since 2004, she has been an associate of the Labor and Worklife Program at Harvard Law School where she is now a Senior Research Associate. In 2017, Ferreras was elected a member of the Royal Academy of Sciences, Humanities and the Arts of Belgium, Class Technology and Society.


Democratising Work in the 21st Century

How can work be democratised and decommodified, so that workers feel more fulfilled in their jobs and have a greater say at their workplaces?

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