Dr Andreas Cebulla

Associate Professor in The Future of Work

College of Business, Government and Law

place Tonsley Building
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Andreas Cebulla joined the Australian Industrial Transformation Institute (AITI) in June 2020 from the South Australian Centre for Economic Studies at the University of Adelaide, where he continues to hold the position of Research Associate. Between 2012 and 2016, he was Senior Research Fellow at the National Institute of Labour Studies, Flinders University, which he had joined after 20 years of working in social and economic research in England and Northern Ireland.

  • Diplom in Sozialwissenschaften (BA hons in Social Sciences) University of Bremen, Germany, 1986
  • MA in Regional Planning Coventry Polytechnic, Coventry, UK, 1988
  • Certificate in Community Development University of Ulster at Jordanstown. UK, 1990
  • PhD in Sociology, Flinders University of South Australia, 2016
Key responsibilities

Current research interests focus on aspects of the future of work, including ethical implications of the use of artificial intelligence in the workplaces, and trends in automation and innovation.

Andreas is interested in the macro-economic, labour market and societal changes affecting and affected by workplace digitilisation, and in PhD research proposals in those areas.

Supervisory interests
Activation policy
Ageing and disability
Ageing and retirement
Ageing workforce
Artificial intelligence
Immigration policy
Innovation and technology management
Labour market interventions
Social welfare
Work, labour studies and industrial relations
Youth studies
Higher degree by research supervision
Principal supervisor: Strategy, management and organisational behaviour (2)
Associate supervisor: Strategy, management, and organisational behaviour (5)
Expert for media contact
Social policy/welfare
Future of work
Labour markets
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