Social Economy of Labor
Social Economy of Labor contributes to academic debates and conceptual renewals in the field of Labor understood in a broad sense, including Employment and Wages as in the traditional economic framework, but also working conditions and Industrial Relations. Social Economy of Labor intends to feed these debates through an interdisciplinary dialogue following the Anglo-Saxon tradition of Industrial Relations.
The journal is open to institutionalist approaches and to all research in applied economy encouraging the dialogue between theoretical debates and empirical work. Articles will be evaluated depending on their ability to articulate different theoretical socio-economics approaches of Labor and empirical work, whether field surveys or statistical/econometric analyses.
The journal welcomes any submission that fits with this editorial policy. Special issues are also regularly published on specific topics the editorial board wishes to encourage. If French is the reference language, the journal also publishes articles in English when authors do not write French.
Clémence Aubert-Tarby (PSB Paris School of Business, sciences économiques)
Laurent Duclos (ministère Ministère du Travail, de l’Emploi, de la Formation professionnelle et du Dialogue social DGEFP et IDHE.S, sociologie)
Anne Fretel (Clersé, université de Lille 1, sciences économiques)
Mathilde Guergoat-Larivière (Lirsa, CNAM,CEET, sciences économiques)
Guillemette de Larquier (Clersé, université de Lille 1, sciences économiques)
Arnaud Mias (IRISSO, université paris Dauphine, sociologie)
François Michon (Centre d’Économie de la Sorbonne, université de Paris 1 et CNRS, sciences économiques)
Coralie Perez (Centre d’Économie de la Sorbonne, université de Paris 1 et CNRS, sciences économiques)
Damien Sauze (Triangle, université de Lyon 2, sciences économiques)
Gabriel Tahar (CERTOP, université des sciences sociales de Toulouse et CNRS, sciences économiques).
François Michon et Damien Sauze
Declaration on ethics and good editorial practicesThe review only publishes original and unpublished contributions.
It refuses to publish articles or parts of articles that have already appeared in other publication formats and it asks authors to guarantee that their article will not be submitted to any other review until such time as a decision to refuse publication be communicated to them.
Authors must guarantee that their contribution does not infringe copyrights and cannot be considered plagiarism, even in part. Discovery of proven plagiarism after publication will result in removal of the digital version of the article. Authors must give appropriate citations for the materials used. The author serving as correspondent is responsible for the list of contributors and for their agreement to the version submitted to the review. Authors must declare any and all conflicts of interest and identify the sources of financing received for the research, if applicable.
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