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Emmanuelle Walkowiak Senior Lecturer - Microeconomics, Economics

Emmanuelle is senior lecturer in the department of economics and finance of La Trobe University. Her research analyses the impact of the digital transformation on new shapes of work and the evolution of the quality of working life. More specifically, her current research interests deal with the quality of working life of crowdworkers of platforms, neurodiversity and the digital transformation of workplaces, inclusion/exclusion and AI, and the impact of blockchain technologies on governance. She is also trying to understand the changing role of knowledge experts in policy making and how experts and leaders can increase their social impact.

Research interests span labour economics, organisational theory, innovation and knowledge economics and governance.

Previously, she was senior research fellow at the Melbourne School of Government of the University of Melbourne (2016) senior lecturer at Westminster University (London, 2011-1016) and a senior research associate of the Centre for Employment Research (CER). In the UK, she was nominated in the Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014-2020). In France, Dr Emmanuelle Walkowiak was a research affiliate of the Centre d'Etudes de l'Emploi and Senior lecturer at the University of Paris East Creteil (UPEC) between 2008 and 2011 and Lecturer at the University of Orleans between 2005 and 2008. She took team leadership responsibilities for both teaching and research as the course leader of the Bachelor of Business Economics (around 400 students) at UPEC and as the principal investigator and scientific head of different research projects. She was awarded several research grants.

She carried out her post-doctoral research at the Department of Economics of Princeton University (USA). She was awarded a PhD in Economics by the University Paris IX-Dauphine (France). Her research interests span labour economics, organisational theory, innovation and knowledge economics and governance.

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