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Engaging with transition politics at the workplace.

Scientific publications [wp5]

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Blog articles [wp5]

Seminar ‘Territoires Zéro Chômeur de Longue Durée’

Isabelle Ferreras & Julien Charles

On work and ‘democratization transition’

Bonno Pel

Deliverables [wp5]

Deliverable 5.1.2 Methodological Protocol

As a part of the LAMARTRA project, WP5 explores how the ecological transition and
labor transformations develop within firms in the Belgian economy and, more
specifically, how workers are involved in these processes. Focusing on salient sectors
previously defined by LAMARTRA, WP5 consists of four in-deep case studies, one for
each salient sector, i.e., metal industry, construction, agriculture, and e-commerce.
Through this multi-case study, WP5’s scientific inquiry aims to identify internal
connections between workers’ participation and ecological transition within firms and
to account for the social conditions that make those connections possible. As explained
in this document, the central hypothesis of WP5 research is that workers’ participation
is a critical condition for ecological transition within organizations. The Methodological
Protocol describes the research design to provide the evidence required for this inquiry.

Deliverable D5.1.1: Internal research note on literature review

This document is an output of Work Package 5 ‘Engaging with transition politics at the
workplace’. It consists of an ‘Internal research note on literature review’ (D5.1.1), the
first deliverable for Task 5.1 ‘Setting the scene for ethnography of transition politics at
workplace’. It intends to explore the research hypothesis underlying the fieldwork of
WP5, which is that workers’ participation in decision-making at the firm level (i.e. some
version of firm-level democratization) is a necessary condition for the ecological
transition to take place. Two dimensions are particularly dependent on this condition:
the level of efficiency and intelligence of the transition (delivering the right
implementation conditions) and speed.

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Coordination, management and reporting


Towards integrative theory and comprehensive transitions policy mixes.


Mapping the impact of the low-carbon transition on workers


Anticipating low-carbon/labour pathways in salient selected sectors


Engaging with transition politics at the workplace


Data management plan


Valorisation, Dissemination, Exploitation of results
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