Lulu Shi

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Lulu Shi

Postdoctoral Researcher

Profile

Lulu is a sociologist and her research spans technology, education, work and employment and organisations. She leads a project funded by the British Academy, which investigates how educational technology (EdTech) transforms education. Specifically, the project studies the role of EdTech firms ­– who can be seen as the architects behind the technology – in shaping education by considering the socio-political contexts they are embedded in.

Lulu also works on the project DomesticAI as a postdoctoral research fellow. In this project she focuses on the transformation of paid and unpaid work in the age of AI and robotics. With her team she designs a cross-national harmonised factorial survey experiment. During her doctoral studies, she researched on the labour market, skills formation systems and organisation studies with a country comparative focus. 

 

Publications

Selected Publications

Shi, L.P./Di Stasio, V.: “Finding a job after unemployment – Education as a moderator of unemployment scarring in Norway and Switzerland”. (forthcoming 2021 in Socio-Economic Review) 

Imdorf, C./Shi, L.P. /Sacchi, S./Samuel, R. (2019): “Scars of early job insecurity across Europe: insights from a multi-country employer study”. In: B. Hvinden, C. Hyggen, M. A. Schoyen and T. Sirovatka, Youth Unemployment and Job Insecurity in Europe. Problems, Risk Factors and Policies, 1st ed. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. 

Parsanoglou, D./Yfanti, A./Hyggen, C./Shi, L.P. (2019) [1] : “The impact of active labour market policies on young unemployed: A comparison between Greece and Norway.” In: B. Hvinden, J. O’Reilly, M. A. Schoyen and C. Hyggen, Negotiating early job insecurity. Well-being, scarring and resilience of European youth, 1st ed. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. 

Shi, L.P./Imdorf, C./Samuel R./Sacchi, S. (2018): “How unemployment scarring affects skilled young workers: evidence from a factorial survey of Swiss recruiters”. In: Journal of Labour Market Research, 52, 1-15.