The Centre for People, Organisation and Work (CPOW) brings together social science research expertise.
The centre has an interdisciplinary focus, covering employment relations, organisational studies, industrial relations, gender studies, globalisation and logistics, business and labour history, political economy and sociology, with particular attention given to the Asia Pacific Region.
Research in the Centre is theoretical and empirical developing studies of people in the context of social, economic and organisational social change, with particular reference to work.About
The Centre focuses research around five inter-related themes.Research themes
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Past and present projects undertaken by CPOWProjects
Young People and the Coming of the Third Industrial Revolution
Professor Peter Kelly presents: "Young People and the Coming of the Third Industrial Revolution: The Self as Enterprise after the GFC, after neo-Liberalism"
Digital Disruption of Work and Life
Digital Disruption of Work and Life: A Collaborative Research Forum on the Opportunities and Challenges
Masculinism, global warming and ‘man-made’ disasters: Towards a profeminist environmentalist response
Professor Bob Pease, University of Tasmania presents "Masculinism, global warming and ‘man-made’ disasters: Towards a profeminist environmentalist response".