The Center for Work Technology and Society supports international, collaborative research and education exploring the intersection between high technology, employment and social interaction. Technological change is creating important changes in the workplace-- how work is done, how work and technology are managed, and the skills and knowledge required for work. At the same time, technology is affecting society in how we live as well as how we work. WTS explores the relationships between work, technology and society in order to guide business and government leaders in the development of sound practices and policies. The Berkeley-Doshisha Employment and Technology Working Paper Series reflects a collaborative relationship between WTS and the Institute for Technology, Enterprise and Competitiveness at Doshisha University in Japan.
Professor Clair Brown, Director
University of California, Berkeley
Center for Work, Technology and Society
Institute for Research on Labor and Employment
2521 Channing Way, #5555
Berkeley, CA 94720-5555