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Andrew Thatcher
Professor, Chair of Organisational/Industrial Psychology
University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South-Africa

Prof. Andrew Thatcher is Chair of Industrial/Organisational Psychology at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. He is currently Chair of the IEA’s Future of Work Task Force and prior to that was Chair of the IEA’s Human Factors and Sustainable Development Technical Committee. He is an editor of the journal ‘Ergonomics’ and publishes regularly in the top journals in HFE. His two most recent books “Human factors for sustainability: theoretical perspectives and global applications” and “Ergonomics and human factors for a sustainable future: current research and future possibilities” have set the agenda for the scope and practice of HFE and sustainability. Prof. Thatcher’s research work focuses on creating sustainable work systems within complex socio-eco-technical environments to improve human and environment functioning.  

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Justine Arnoud
Assistant Professor in Management and Ergonomics
University Paris-Est, Paris, France

Justine Arnoud is Assistant Professor in Management and Ergonomics at the University Paris-Est, Institute of Management Research (IRG). She is the co-head of Master 2 International MBA – MAE at IAE Gustave Eiffel. Her research and teaching focus on work, collective activity and the theorizing of organizations using Sen’s concept of capabilities and Dewey’s methodology of inquiry. Her research is conducted in various companies and organizations in a participatory way. She is the co-author of the book "Developmental dynamics in work interventions: Between heritages and perspectives" (Octarès editions). Justine has published numerous papers in refereed journals and chapters in books in Ergonomics and Management. She teaches “socially responsible” human resource management, occupational health, management models and their evolution, risk and quality management, ergonomics and intervention methodologies, qualitative management research methods at IAE Gustave Eiffel and in Cnam Paris and Nantes. 

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