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International Association on Work in Agriculture

What's up on work in agriculture?

What's up on work in agriculture?
Newsletter October 2021

The newsletter containing the latest news, congress, call for papers, and publications are available to download!

Summary

News

  • How do we make agriculture attractive to the next generation?
  • Past, Present, and Future: Status of Women and Minorities in Agricultural and Applied Economics 
  • How Women Saved Agricultural Economics 
  • Rural Poverty Reduction e-learning series now available 
  • Scaling up One Health in the livestock sector
  • YPARD and ILRI join forces to provide on the job training for young professionals
  • Trade and decent work: New publications strengthen ties between trade policy and decent work 
  • Agricultural robotics: part of the new deal?
  • Premières années d’installation : comment s’adapter et rebondir face aux aléas ? 
  • Les agriculteurs pakistanais manquent de connaissances sur l'utilisation des insecticides 
  • Évolutions de l'entrée dans le métier et politiques d'installation agricole
  • Ergonomie des matériels de pulvérisation et exposition aux pesticides en viticulture
  • Les conditions de travail déplorables des travailleurs migrants dans le secteur de la viande
  • Une proposition de l'UE pour interdire les produits issus du travail forcé
  • Assistência Técnica na Agricultura Brasileira: Uma Análise Sobre a Origem da Orientação Técnica por Meio do Censo Agropecuário de 2017

Congress

  • EAAE 2023 
  • Transferring the Family Farm
  • Emplois et activités en agriculture : mobilité professionnelle des agriculteurs
  • La place de la rémunération dans le travail
  • Agricultores, camponeses, populações tradicionais, terra e trabalho: cenários de re-existência 
  • 3o Simpósio da SOBER NORTE: Bioeconomia para uma Amazônia sustentável
  • Pour une approche psychosociale des instruments de gestion et d’organisation du travail

Call for Papers

  • Femmes et Gouvernance. Quel est l’impact de la présence des femmes dans la gouvernance des organisations sur les décisions ?
  • Le monde du travail face aux défis de la transition écologique
  • Dynamiques inclusives : Nouveaux enjeux, nouvelles formes organisationnelles et nouveaux emplois
  • Southern Rural Sociological Association

ISWA - Workshop 5 Wage earners

  • Obtaining "necessary" agricultural foreign labour: obvious paradoxes of bordering in pandemic times
  • Modeling the links between evolutions in employees’ career and changes on livestock farms: evidence from permanent employees on dairy farms in Auvergne, France
  • A study of Human Resource Management practices on Irish dairy farms 
  • What is important for attracting and retaining farm employees? Evidence from the Australian orchard industry
  • Neither corporate, nor family: the Indian “patronal” farm 
  • Setting the price of labour: social determinants of agricultural labour wages in post-socialist areas
  • Rural labor market: an analysis for workers in agricultural and non- agricultural activities
  • How public policies and social capital secure professional insertion and livelihoods? Insights from the Haitian migrant community involved in the agricultural sector in Guadeloupe
  • Nuancing narratives on labour market effects of Large-Scale Agricultural Investments in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from Kenya, Mozambique and Madagascar

Publications

  • Good farming as surviving well in rural Australia
  • Work exposures and mental and musculoskeletal symptoms in organic farming 
  • Social protection and migration
  • Labour, mechanization, market integration, and government policy: Agrarian change and lowland rice cultivation in northeastern Thailand and southern Laos
  • What kind of labour regime is contract farming? Contracting and sharecropping in Java compared
  • Gender and the environmental concerns of young farmers: Do young women farmers make a difference on family farms?
  • Digital from farm to fork: Infrastructures of quality and control in food supply chains
  • From Fisher wives to fish vendors: Gendered livelihood transitions in a fishing village in Egypt
  • Exposure Assessment at a Pullet Barn - A Case Study 
  • The plight of female agricultural wageworkers in Morocco during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • A cross sectional survey of knowledge, attitude and practices related to the use of insecticides among farmers in industrial triangle of Punjab, Pakistan
  • Understanding farm generational renewal and its influencing factors in Europe
  • Agricultural robotics: part of the new deal? 
  • Building inclusive labour markets: Active labour market policies for the most vulnerable groups
  • How women saved agricultural economics
  • Measuring farmers' well-being: Influence of farm-level factors on satisfaction with work and quality of life
  • Weather, Workload and Money: Determining and Evaluating Sources of Stress for Farmers in Ireland
  • Can Latinx Entrepreneurship Help Rural America?
  • Changing patterns and dynamics of agricultural labour markets in India: Insights from Cotton Farming in Gujarat and Punjab
  • Innovating digitally: The new texture of practices in agriculture 4.0
  • Care in dairy farming with automatic milking systems, identified using an Activity Theory lens
  • Trade and decent work: Indicator guide
  • Trade and decent work: Handbook of assessment methodologies
  • Travailler en élevage porcin en France : facteurs d’attractivité et contraintes
  • Le territoire : un dispositif opératoire révélé par l’activité de travail
  • Travail, Territoire et Politique
  • Analyse d’ouvrage par Marianne Cerf
  • « Travail et transmission »
  • La relocalisation des systèmes alimentaires dans les territoires : quel cadre d’analyse en ergonomie
  • Innovation, créativité et qualité de vie au travail : proposition et expérimentation d’un dispositif d’innovation transitionnelle
  • Du « caporale » au « caponero ». L'intermédiation de main-d’œuvre agricole migrante en Italie du Sud
  • Apport des approches instrumentale et ergotoxicologique pour la conception : le cas du matériel de pulvérisation des pesticides en viticulture
  • A relação entre intensificação no uso de agrotóxicos e intoxicações nos estabelecimentos agropecuários do Brasil 26 Clase, proceso de trabajo y reproducción social: ampliando las perspectivas de los estudios laborales
  • Estudio Económico de América Latina y el Caribe 2021: dinámica laboral y políticas de empleo para una recuperación sostenible e inclusiva más allá de la crisis del COVID-19

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