Programme / Parallel Sessions

1. The nature of Gen Z, including its stereotypes, spatial dynamics and their gendered effects
2. The changing configuration of state-market-civil society relations, including diverse forms of governance, regulation, resistance, and social welfare
3. Different forms and disruptive influences of Gen Z including global civil society, social movements, migration, and climate change
4. Global value chains and production networks, industrial clusters and other organizational forms with new implications for economic, social, and environmental upgrading in the new era of Gen Z
5. How socio-economic institutions and global political economy shapes, and is shaped by Gen Z
6. Industrial structure, nature of competition and performance within and across national/regional economies in the new era of Gen Z
7. Strategic implications for the informal sector in the digital era of Gen Z
8. Gen Z and the implications for HR, marketing and brand positioning
9. The forms, processes and consequences of financialization in the new era of Gen Z 10. Design and architecture in the era of Gen Z