This collection contains selected papers from The Third Economic, Law, Education and Humanities International Conference (3th ELEHIC 2022) held in Padang, Indonesia on November, 23rd, 2022. This event was hosted by the Faculty of Economy and Business, Faculty of Cultural Science, Faculty of Law, and Faculty of Education of Universitas Bung Hatta.
The conference was held to address institutional transitions occurring in Indonesia’s public and private spheres, as technology, religious integrity, and the COVID-19 pandemic continue to influence an evolving society.
This collection contains 24 peer-reviewed articles utilising multidisciplinary models of analysis to explore key questions posed by social scientists across the Global South. Scholars explore the need for new legal frameworks to protect working citizens in the age of technology and social uncertainty. As digital applications and artificial intelligence continue to take over human resources and support roles, employees in many industries are left legally vulnerable to the decision-making processes of these same technologies, sometimes being completely replaced by them. Legal frameworks are therefore required to adapt to Industry 4.0 at an exponential rate to maintain their relevance for the everyday lives of Indonesia’s population. This special issue deals with both practical and theoretical questions about the role of technology in job security and industry development within the Indonesian context.
These papers will be of interest to academics, students, and professionals researching or working on Economics, Law, Cultural Science, and Education.
Conference date: 23 November 2022
Location: Padang, Indonesia
Organizers: Faculty of Economy and Business, Faculty of Cultural Science, Faculty of Law, and Faculty of Education of Universitas Bung Hatta.
Conference Editors: Zaitul
Published: 24 July 2023