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There is intense debate surrounding digitalisation and its implications for work. However, empirical research within established workplaces, especially international comparative studies, remains limited. This article uses cross-country research to further analysis of the relative importance of different institutions, actors and power relations in shaping digitalisation and worker outcomes. Through a multilevel approach, it compares the use of industrial robots in the food and drink processingdoi:10.1111/ntwe.12194 fatcat:qlngxjlqx5bl3ckdlbydctcxq4