Jo Ingold

Lecturer in HRM and Public Policy

Email:
J.Ingold@leeds.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44(0)113 343 2645
Categories:
Academic, Work and Employment Relations, Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change (CERIC)
Location:
G.46, Maurice Keyworth Building
Profile

Qualifications

PhD, University of Sheffield
MA, University of Sheffield
BSc (First Class Hons), University of Bristol

Experience

2013 - Lecturer in HRM and Public Policy
2011-2013 - Post-doctoral Research Fellow in Work, Care and Global Transitions
2011 - Tutor, Sheffield International College, University of Sheffield
2006-2010 - Doctoral student
2004-2005 - Learning Consultant, Department for Education and Skills
2003-2004 - Policy Adviser, Department for Education and Skills
2001-2003 - Research Officer, Department for Work and Pensions
1999-2001 - Communications Officer, Brook

Research

Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change PROFILE

My research interests and current projects are as follows:

•    The comparative study of public employment policies
•    The role of inter-organizational relations within the delivery of active labour market programmes and how these impact on the involvement of employers
•    Policy learning and policy translation within the public policymaking process

I have been awarded an ESRC Future Leaders grant (2013-2016) to examine employer engagement in welfare to work programmes in the UK and Denmark, focusing on the role of inter-organisational relations.

Teaching

Divisional Director for Research Degrees
LUBS5339M International Employment Policy and Labour Mobility
LUBS5375M MA HRM Dissertation
PhD supervision

Publications

Refereed journal articles

Etherington, D. and Ingold, J (2015) ‘Social dialogue, partnership and the Danish model of activation of disabled people: challenges and possibilities in the face of austerity’, in Grover, C. and Piggott, L. Work, welfare and disabled people: Is employment really the answer?, Bristol: Policy Press, 145-160.

Ingold, J. and Stuart, M. (forthcoming) ‘The demand-side of active labour market policies: a regional study of employer engagement in the Work Programme’, Journal of Social Policy dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0047279414000890

Ingold, J. and Monaghan, M. (forthcoming) ‘Evidence translation: an exploration of policymakers’ use of evidence’, Policy and Politics dx.doi.org/10.1332/147084414X13988707323088

Ingold, J. and Etherington, D. (2013), ‘Work, welfare and gender inequalities: An analysis of activation strategies for partnered women in the UK, Australia and Denmark’, Work, Employment and Society, 27(4), 621-638

Etherington, D. and Ingold, J (2012) ‘Welfare to work and the inclusive labour market: A comparative study of activation policies for sickness benefit claimants in the UK and Denmark', Journal of European Social Policy, 22(1), 30-44

Reports

Ingold, J. and Stuart, M. (2014) Employer engagement in the Work Programme. CERIC Policy Report No.5, Leeds: Centre for Employment Relations Innovation and Change

Ingold, J. (2011) An international comparison of approaches to assisting partnered women into work. Department for Work and Pensions Working Paper No. 101, Sheffield: Department for Work and Pensions

Ingold, J. (2011) ‘Helping partnered women into work’, Working Brief, 220: 13-14

Ingold, J. (2001) Adviser skills. Employment Service Internal Paper, Sheffield: Employment Service

Invited presentations

Ingold, J. (2014) "Regional Pathways from Welfare to Work: Reflections and International Exchanges", European Commission Open Days 2014, Brussels, 7 October 2014

Ingold, J. (2014) ‘Work, welfare and gender inequalities: An analysis of activation strategies for partnered women in the UK, Australia and Denmark’, Aalborg, Denmark, 12 March 2014

Ingold, J. (2013) Engaging employers in the Work Programme, Welfare to Work UK Convention, Manchester, 9-10 July 2013

Ingold, J. and Etherington, D. (2012) ‘Towards an inclusive labour market: welfare to work for disabled people in the UK and Denmark’, From welfare to work: linking best practice in inter-disciplinary research on employment, health and disability, White Rose Research Seminar Series on Disability and Work, 7 December 2012

Ingold, J. (2011) ‘Using elite interviews in policy-focused research’, Feminist Principles Research Methods Training for the Voluntary Sector, ESRC Festival of Social Science, ICOSS, Sheffield, 1 November 2011

Ingold, J. (2011) ‘An international comparison of approaches to assisting partnered women into work: Policy lessons for Britain, Presentation to the Department for Work and Pensions, 21 June 2011

Ingold, J. (2011) ‘The PhD Viva’, Postgraduate Student Seminar, Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield, 23 May 2011

Ingold, J. (2010) ‘Translation, welfare recalibration and policy change’, Comparative and International Research Programme Seminar, School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol, 3 December 2010

Conference Papers

Ingold, J. and Bredgaard, T. (2014) ‘The “missing link” in active labour market policies? Comparing ‘employer engagement’ in the UK and Denmark’, ESPAnet 2014, 4-6 September, Oslo

Ingold, J. (2014) Innovation in Employment Programmes: what works for employer engagement?, Social Policy Association Annual Conference, University of Sheffield, 14-16 July 2014

Ingold, J. (2014) ‘Inter-organisational relations: why do they matter to active labour market policies?' British Sociological Association Annual Conference, University of Leeds, 23-25 April 2014

Ingold, J. (2014) ‘Bringing inter-organizational relations into the analysis of active labour market policies’, International Labour Process Conference, 7-9 April 2014, Kings College, London

Ingold, J. and Stuart, M. (2013) ‘Employer engagement in the work Programme, Work, Employment and Society Conference, 3-5 September 2013

Monaghan, M. and Ingold, J. (2013) ‘A reluctance to go for anything other than numbers: Universal Credit and the filtration of evidence’, Social Policy Association Conference, 8-10 July 2013

Ingold, J. and Stuart, M. (2013) ‘Why recruit the long-term unemployed? Exploring employer engagement in the Work Programme', Social Policy Association Conference, 8-10 July 2013

Ingold, J. and Stuart, M. (2013) ‘The ‘recipient firm’ in welfare to work: benign receiver of labour or willing participant in neo-liberal workfare?’, International Labour Process Conference, Rutgers, 18-20 March 2013

Ingold, J. and Monaghan, M. (2012) ‘A slow drip or a big splash? Translating evidence and ideas into policy’ (with Mark Monaghan), Policy and Politics 40th Anniversary Conference, Bristol, 18-19 September 2012

Ingold, J. (2010) ‘Policy responses to partnered women outside the labour market in the UK, Australia and Denmark’, International Sociological Association World Congress (Research Committee 19), Gothenburg, Sweden 11-17 July 2010

Ingold, J. (2010) ‘What can Britain learn from Australia and Denmark about getting partnered women into work?’, Social Policy Association Conference, University of Lincoln, 5-7 July 2010

Ingold, J. (2010) 'What (and how) can Britain learn from Australia and Denmark about helping partnered women into work?’, Postgraduate Gender Research Network Conference, ICOSS, Sheffield, 28 May 2010

Ingold, J. (2008) ‘Encouraging the labour market participation of partnered women in the UK: a cross-national comparative study’, RECWOWE Doctoral Workshop ‘Work, care and well-being: public and private arrangements’, STAKES, Helsinki, Finland, 16-17 September 2008

Ingold, J. (2008) ‘The challenges of looking for policies to transfer: encouraging the labour market participation of partnered women in the UK’, ESPAnet Doctoral Workshop ‘The Politics of Recalibration: Welfare reforms in the wider Europe’, University of Bologna-Forli, Italy, 5-7 June 2008

Funding

•    ESRC Future Leaders award (2013-2016)
•    Leeds University Business School Seedcorn Funding (2012)
•    Higher Education Innovation Fund (2012)
•    CASE collaborative PhD studentship funded by the ESRC and the Department for Work and Pensions (2006-2010)

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