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University of Birmingham - UoB


Birmingham Business School (BBS) is a research-led institution and part of the University of Birmingham. It is a thriving and active community of around 100 academic staff who teach and engage in scholarship and research in a wide range of areas including industrial and labour economics and international management. Founded in 1900, the University of Birmingham is a well-established institution, both nationally and internationally, that offers high-standard teaching and is one of the leading research-based universities in the United Kingdom, and one of only 11 UK higher education institutions to feature in the World Top 100 universities.

 

The main task of UOB is to organise a workshop on working conditions and human capital. Following the workshop the research team will produce a document setting out the main issues related to incorporating working conditions in measures of welfare and the findings arising from the workshop. Mary O’Mahony has extensive experience organising such events and both she and Stanley Siebert have written extensively on the topics of human capital formation, working conditions and compensating wage differentials.


 

 

Ms May Chung

Main administrative contact

Tel: +44 121 415 8202

fp7@lists.bham.ac.uk

 

 

 

Project Team

 

Ms Mary O’Mahony

Main scientific contact

Professor

Tel: +44 121 414 3940

m.omahony@bham.ac.uk

 

 

 

Ms Erica Conway

Main administrative contact

Tel: +44 121 415 8202

fp7@lists.bham.ac.uk