Dr. Anna Ilsøe is Associate Professor at the Employment Relations Research Centre (FAOS), University of Copenhagen, and Visiting Professor at Lund University. She researches digital transformations of work and employment from the perspective of organisational sociology, HRM, industrial relations and institutional change. In recent years, she has developed considerable expertise in the field of digital labour platforms using the case study method and triangulating interview, survey and digital data. Anna Ilsøe is head of a number of research projects on digitalisation of work including The Digital Economy at Work funded by the Velux Foundations core-group programme. She is also the Danish partner in the Horizon Europe project TransEuroWorks and in the DG Employment project ORIGAMI (both funded by the EU commission). Anna Ilsøe is Editor at the Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies (since 2015) and official member of the review panel of The National Research Program on the Social Consequences of Digitalization (since 2023) appointed by The Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet). She is one of the coordinators of the European Research Network in Socio-Legal Studies of Platform Work. Anna Ilsøe is the former President of The Danish Sociological Association (2015-2022) and member of the Council of Sharing Economy (2019-2021) appointed by the Danish Minister of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs. She has published in Socio-Economic Review, British Journal of Industrial Relations, Regulation and Governance, European Journal of Industrial Relations, Employee Relations, Industrial Relations Journal and Economic and Industrial Democracy.