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International Association on Work in Agriculture

March 2019

Period: 16-31 March 2019



  • Les transformations du travail des grands troupeaux laitiers
  • Journée d’étude "Activités" le 16 mai 2019
  • 14° Congreso Nacional de Estudios del Trabajo 
  • Pre-Congreso ASET - Universidad Nacional de Quilmes
  • Pre-Congreso ASET - Universidad Nacional de Córdoba y Universidad Nacional de Villa María
  • Pre-Congreso ASET - Universidad Nacional de Rosario


  • Politisation et dépolitisation du travail dans l’entreprise contemporaine et au-delà


  • Do wine tourists care about the labourer? 
  • OECD Employment Outlook 2019 
  • Health Indicators of a Cohort of Midwest Farmers: Health Outcomes of Participants in the Certified Safe Farm Program 
  • Evaluation of a Physical Ergonomic Intervention for Milking Parlor Operatives – A Case Study
  • Comparison of agricultural injuries reported in the media and census of fatal occupational injuries
  • A feasibility study comparing objective and subjective field-based physical exposure measurements during apple harvesting with ladders and mobile platforms
  • Innovation diffusion in an agricultural health center: moving information to practice
  • Beyond ‘Hobby Farming’: towards a typology of non-commercial farming
  • Context as a Provider of Key Resources for Succession: A Case Study of Sustainable Family Firms 
  • Empowering youth to engage in responsible investment in agriculture and food systems: challenges, opportunities Uganda)
  • Agricultural production mode transformation and production efficiency | A labor division and cooperation lens 
  • Research on Role Cognition and Employment Strategy of Rural Female Laborers in Sichuan, China 
  • Rural attraction: The spatial pattern and driving factors of China's rural in-migration 
  • Women’s work, survival strategies and capitalist modernization in South Indian small-scale fisheries: the case of Kerala
  • Labor migration and farmland abandonment in rural China: Empirical results and policy implications
  • A farm-level assessment of labor and mechanization in Eastern and Southern Africa 
  • Determinants of agriculture participation among tertiary institution youths in Ghana 

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