In this second of three seminars on the theme 'Framtidens arbetsliv' (Working life in the future) arranged by LU Futura, in cooperation with CED, the focus is on the ageing society and its consequences on different welfare systems. How can we meet the need for most of us to work more and to stay in the working force for longer? What positive, and negative, consequences could digitalisation have on issues such as working environments and regulation? And how do we handle existent age discrimination? If less people leave the work force at the present retirement ages, who will shoulder the unpaid workload of caring for our elderly and sick in the future?
Kerstin Nilsson, Associate professor, Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Lund University, Lund University
Malin Wreder, Head of Unit for Welfare, Education and Labour Market at the Swedish Trade Union Confederation
Stefan Eriksson, Associate professor in Economics, Uppsala University
Ann Numhauser Henning, Professor emerita, Department of Law, Lund University
Maria Stanfors, Professor in Economic History, Lund University
Jenny Julén Votinius, Professor in Civil Law with Specialisation on Labour Law, Lund University
Please note that presentations at these seminars are in Swedish.
For more information, please see https://www.lu.se/event/langre-arbetsliv-for-vem-och-pa-vilka-villkor