Professor Jeremias Adams-Prassl awarded prestigious Philip Leverhulme Prize

Professor Jeremias Adams-Prassl, whose research explores the implications of artificial intelligence and algorithms for employment law, is one of four young professors at the University of Oxford to receive the 2020 Philip Leverhulme Prize. The £100,000 prize is awarded to early career researchers whose work has already had an ‘international impact’ and whose future research career is ‘exceptionally promising’

Talking about the award, Professor Adams-Prassl says, ‘I’m incredibly grateful and excited - the Leverhulme Prize will support inter-disciplinary research on the global rise of algorithmic management, not least by bringing together early career researchers from across the world.’

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