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International Association on Work in Agriculture

Workshop 8 - Innovation and work adaptation

Convenors : Sophie Chauvat, Ruth Nettle, Christina Umstaetter

WS 8 - Innovations and adaptation to changespdf - 629.5 kB

Session 1 : March 29th

Technology and work adaptation

  • Organizing work processes using smart tools for decision-making in grassland management -- Léonie Hart
WS8_S1_Hart_Abstractpdf - 202.8 kB
  • Work and Robot Adoption in Agriculture: a Systematic Review of Determinants and Impacts -- Théo Martin
WS8_S1_Martin_Abstractpdf - 179.8 kB
Session 2 : March 29th

Agro-ecology and work adaptation

  • The construction of meaning at work of livestock farmers engaged in the agro-ecological transition -- Camille Berrier
WS8_S2_Berrier_Abstractpdf - 238.4 kB
  • Agroecological farming practices and French cattle farmers’ working conditions -- Julie Duval
WS8_S2_Duval_Abstractpdf - 216.3 kB
Session 3 : March 30th

Consequences for training and advisory services of the adoption of innovations

  • Training to alternative livestock practices: convergence and diversity in educational strategies of extension agents -- Madelleine Mirabal-Cano
WS8_S3_Mirabal_Abstractpdf - 202.8 kB
  • Changes in agricultural activities and skills through digitalisation and networking -- Markus Bretschneider
WS8_S3_Bretschneider_Abstractpdf - 206.8 kB
Session 4 : March 30th

Understanding work change

  • An agroecological transition in design: the farmer caught up in a systemic transformation of his/her work system -- Marie Chizallet
WS8_S4_Chizallet_Abstractpdf - 202.4 kB
  • Human capital assessment method to assess sustainability of new low-input viticulture systems -- Marie Thiollet-Scholtus
WS8_S4_Scholtus_Abstractpdf - 264.4 kB
  • Resilience of the Flemish agri-food system to the COVID-19 crisis -- Isabeau Coopmans
WS8_S4_Coopmans_Abstractpdf - 184.5 kB