Track A

Future Work Patterns due to New Technology, Changing Demographics and Climate Change

Special Session A:
Digitalization for Better Work

February 24, 2020
Chair: Xiangquan Zeng
Renmin University of China
Discussants:
Russel Lansbury
University of Sydney Business School
Dong-one Kim
Korea University Business School

TimeCodeTitleAuthors
2:30PM-2:45PMSSA1Factory smartization and employment:
what happens in Korean small and
middle size firms?
Hyeongjun Bang
Korea Labor Institute
2:45PM-3:00PMSSA2What makes employee proactive?
A big-data study on the interactions
between workplace behaviours and physiological responses
Yuhui Li
Xiao Liang
Meilin Chen Nannan Li

Renmin University of China
3:00PM-3:15PMSSA3Employment and income effects of
AI: evidence from online business
Fei Wang
Renmin University of China
3:15PM-3:30PMSSA4Digital economy and social insurance enrollment: evidence from ChinaKai Liu
Renmin University of China
3:30PM-3:45PMSSA5Towards a new web of labour
relation rules in digital economy
Wei Huang
Renmin University of China
3:45PM-4:00PMOpen Forum

Concurrent Session A1:
Employment Impacts of Technology

February 24, 2020
Chair: Ronahlee Asuncion
University of the Philippines

TimeCodeTitleAuthors
2:30PM-2:45PMA117The labour implications of technological
upgrading in China
Xiaojun Feng
China Agricultural University
2:45PM-3:00PMA122Technology, labor, and inequality:
examining Philippine firms through
a task-based framework
Jerome Patrick Cruz
Ateneo de Manila University
Rolly Czar Joseph Castillo* Labor Education and Research Network
3:00PM-3:15PMA134Research on the influence of AI on
employment in manufacturing
industry: based on the
survey of total employment
and structure of manufacturing
enterprises in Guangdong
Province, China
Yingying Peng*
Xinyu Wang
Beijing Union University
3:15PM-3:30PMA150Automation technology and its
impact on labor — Case study of a metal parts manufacturing company in CALABARZON, Philippines
Alfredo Montero IV
Marlon Lat*
Robby Montilla
Alyanna Ayusa
UP SOLAIR
3:30PM-4:00PMOpen Forum

Concurrent Session A2:
Future work patterns

February 24, 2020
Chair: Melisa Serrano
University of the Philippines

TimeCodeTitleAuthors
2:30PM-2:45PMA279Cities and Jobs: Evidence from
Labor Force Surveys from
Four Asian Economies
Glenita Amoranto Eugenia Go
Rana Hasan
Yi Jiang
Asian Development Bank
2:45PM-3:00PMA221Digital Economy and the
future of Work
Ji Wenwen
China University of Labor Relations
3:00PM-3:15PMA280Technology and jobs: task intensity of occupations in AsiaSameer Khatiwada Carolina Lennon
Stella Zilian
Asian Development Bank
3:15PM-3:30PMA284Does automation and technology
create more jobs than it destroys?
The case of the Philippines
Emily Christi Cabegin
UP SOLAIR
3:30PM-4:00PMOpen Forum

Concurrent Session A3:
Demographics of Labor

February 24, 2020
Chair: Virgel Binghay
University of the Philippines

TimeCodeTitleAuthors
2:30PM-2:45PMA360The changing concept of rural women’s
work and role: the case of the
Pambansang Koalisyon ng
Kababaihan sa Kanayunan (PKKK)
Rebecca Gaddi
UP SOLAIR
2:45PM-3:00PMA312Life stories of successful men with
same-sex attraction at work
Jemos de Guzman
Philippine Seven Corporation
3:00PM-3:15PMA375What determines volunteer work?
study on people’s law enforcement
board volunteers in selected local areas in the Philippines
Celeste Felice Capote
Anti Red Tape Authority, Office of the President
3:15PM-3:30PMA383Ageing and automation in ChinaXintong Zhao
Renmin University of China
3:30PM-4:00PMOpen Forum