Kings College London

The 32nd ILPC hosted by King's College London

The International Labour Process Conference (ILPC) is broadly focused on work and employment relations in the context of the broader political economy, with an emphasis on employee perspectives and theory-led empirical research.

In April 2014 the conference will be held at King’s College London. For more information about the conference, to be kept up to date with news and in order to submit a paper or attend you must first sign up here.

Register for ILPC 2014

Time to Register to attend the next International Labour Process Conference taking place in London from 7-9th April 2014.  Early Bird Discounts are available until 21st Feb.  

We have also provided some information to help you book Accommodation for your trip.  

Would you like to host ILPC 2015?

We are now inviting tenders for those wishing to host the ILPC in 2015 and beyond.  Full details in this Invitation to Tender, get in touch as soon as possible.

2014 Conference Keynote

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Prof Vicki Smith

Prof Vicki Smith

Prof. Smith received her B.A. in Sociology from UC Santa Cruz and her Ph.D. from UC Berkeley in 1987, since then she has spent her entire academic career researching and writing about work.

Prof Paul Edwards

Prof Paul Edwards

has researched work and employment relations for over 35 years, with topics including workplace conflict and consent, the employment relationship in small firms, and employment policy and practice in multinationals. 

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Programme Online

 The full conference programme is now available online. You can either browse the whole program by date or check the session, time and the room for your own presentation(s).

Invitation to Tender

  We are now inviting tenders for those wishing to host the ILPC in 2015 and beyond.  Full details in this Invitation to Tender, get in touch as soon as possible.

Registration Open

 Time to Register to attend the next International Labour Process Conference taking place in London from 7-9th April 2014.  Early Bird Discounts are available until 21st Feb.  

We have also provided some information to help you book Accommodation for your trip.  

Open for Submissions

Abstracts may now be submitted for the Special Streams or for the General Conference. The deadline for submissions is 31 October 2013.