This workshop will inquire how neoliberalism, as ideology and policy, has transformed employment law and employment relations. Towards this end, participants will question what neoliberalism truly stands for, and what can be derived from it. To what extent do reforms implemented in recent years derive from a neoliberal agenda and ideology?
The workshop will explore the reasons for the increasing significance of equality and non-discrimination in the work of labour lawyers, and ask: Is there an ideological, political and legal future beyond neoliberalism, and if so – what could it look like?
Amir Paz-Fuchs, Senior Lecturer in Employment Law, University of Sussex
Amy Ludlow, Lecturer, Law Faculty, University of Cambridge
Matthew Eagleton-Pierce, Lecturer in International Political Economy, SOAS, London
Judy Fudge, Professor of Law, Kent Univesity
Jason Hickel, Department of Anthropology, LSE
Ben Jackson, Leslie Mitchell Tutorial Fellow in History and Associate Professor of Modern History, University of Oxford
Ewan McGaughey, Lecturer in Private Law, King's College London
Guy Mudlak, Professor of Law, tel Aviv University
Martin Upchurch, Professor of International Employment Relations, Middlesex University
Richard White, Reader in Human Geography, Sheffield Hallam University