Ludivine Martin

Research Scientist, LISER

Ludivine Martin is a research scientist at the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research, LISER and associate research fellow at CREM (UMR CNRS 6211 - Rennes, France). She works for the Labour Market Department of LISER.

Her researches are concerned with personnel economics, labour economics and the economics of Information and Communication Technologies. Her main research questions assess the consequences of digitalization and human resource management practices in the workplace on employees well being, motivations, performance, job search and skills. She uses both survey and experimental data. The development of her current research agenda is based on various research grants supported by the FNR (TWAIN, DIGITUP) or the European Commission (H2020 UNTANGLED). She has published articles in European Economic Review, Industrial Relations, Economic and Industrial Democracy, Applied Economics, Revue Economique, Economics Bulletin.

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