Work organisation consists of research about organisations, their leaders and employees. In a changing world, knowledge is needed about how work is organised in the development towards new models, where digitalisation, employee health and safety and new “job design” can be combined.

The area includes questions about changing employment and power relations at work places, governance towards innovation and implementation, as well as entrepreneurial organisations and new professional roles.

Studies of the link between globalisation, new distributed work constellations and risks of unemployment, job insecurities and temporary employment are also included. The gig economy, as well as the boundless and extended work life are additional topics within this area.

Research on forms of leadership, management, learning and governance is also encouraged, as well as studies on participation and work-related control, and power relations analysed from sex, gender, age and/or ethnicity perspectives.

Members of the review panel 2024

  • Chairperson

  • Sandra Jönsson

    Malmö University, Sweden

  • Members

  • Solmaz Filiz Karabag

    Linköping University, Sweden

    Scientific reviewer

  • Annika Zika Viktorsson

    Vinnova, Sweden

    Community representative

  • Karin Sjöberg Forsberg

    The Swedish Agency for Work Environment Expertise, Sweden

    Community representative

  • Gunnar Rimmel

    University of Reading, United Kingdom

    Scientific reviewer

  • Louise Bringselius

    Lund University, Sweden

    Scientific reviewer

  • Anette Hallin

    Mälardalen University, Sweden and Åbo Akademi University, Finland

    Scientific reviewer

  • Susanne Tafvelin

    Umeå University, Sweden

    Scientific reviewer

  • Roger A. Søraa

    Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

    Scientific reviewer

  • Vacant

    Scientific reviewer