Publications

Influencing and leading debate

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Members of CERIC disseminate their work as widely as possible, in leading peer reviewed journals, international conferences, and a range of policy and practitioner outlets. Our researchers are regularly invited to contribute to leading workshops and seminars in the UK and overseas. The centre also currently holds the editorship of the Work, Employment and Society Journal.

2008 - 2013
Books

Holgate, J. (2012) Union Voices. Developing Organizing in the UK. Ithaca: ILR Press (with Heery, E. and Simms, M.)

Spencer, D. (2009) The Political Economy of Work, Routledge, London, 2009. [paperback and kindle version published in 2010]

Books (edited)

Grugulis, I. (Forthcoming) Managing Services: Challenges and Innovations (eds. With Haynes, K.) Oxford University Press

Grugulis, I. (2011) Retail Work (eds with Bozkurt, Ö.) Palgrave Macmillan  ISBN: 978-0-230-28357-2

Hardy, K., Cohen, R., Sanders, T. and Wolkowitz, C. (eds)  (2013) Body/sex/work: intimate, embodied and sexualised labour. Critical perspectives on work and employment series. Palgrave Macmillan.

Hardy, K., Kingston, S. and Sanders, T. (eds.) (2010) New Sociologies of Sex Work (Ashgate, London).

Stuart M, (2012) Trade Unions and Workplace Training: Issues and International Perspectives (edited with Cooney, R,) Routledge. 200pp

Stuart M, (2008) Changes in Employment Relations in the Financial Service Sector (edited with Hyunji Kwon, Sunghoon Kim, Mark Stuart and Miguel M. Lucio) Korea Labor Institute. Seoul.  300pp (in Korean)

Short works, published reports and monographs

Brown, A. Charlwood, A., Forde, C. and Spencer, D. (2009) Are workers really so content?, Well Being and Working Life: towards an evidence-based policy agenda, Report by the ESRC and HSE, 102 Pages, September 2009

Forde, C. (2011) The Role of Employment Agencies in Pay Setting, ACAS Research Report Series, January 2011. (with Slater, G.)

Forde, C., Wadolkowska, E.and Stuart, M. (2009) Financial and Fiscal Incentives for Eskills in Europe: Best Practices and Recommendations, Final report prepared for the European Commission from the ‘Eskills funding in Europe’ Project, 184 pages, November 2009

Forde, C. Stuart, M. and Wadolkowska, E. (2009) Financial and Fiscal Incentives for Eskills in Europe: State of Play  Interim Report  prepared for the European Commission from the ‘Eskills funding in Europe’ Project, 274 pages, June 2009

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

Stuart, M. (2011) The extent, content and outcomes of union learning agreements, Unionlearn Research Paper No.15 London: unionlearn.

Stuart, M. (2011) Co-investing in Workforce Development: Outcomes from the Collective Learning Fund Pilots, (with Clough, B. and Rees, J.) Unionlearn Research Paper No.13 London: unionlearn.

Stuart, M., Tomlinson, J. (2010) The Union Modernisation Fund – Round Two: Final Evaluation Report, (With Martinez Lucio, M Perrett, R.) BIS Employment Relations Research Series, No. 111. pp 83, Dept for Business, Innovation and Skills: London, URN 10/1084. 2010

Stuart, M., Cook,H. and Cutter, J. (2010) Evaluation of the Union Learn Fund and unionlearn: Preliminary Findings (with Winterton, J.), unionlearn: London. 21pp.

Stuart, M. (2009) The Union Modernisation Fund – Round One: Final Evaluation Report, (with Miguel Martinez Lucio and Andy Charlwood), BIS Employment Relations Research Series, No. 104.pp 180, Dept for Business, Innovation and Skills: London, URN 09/1346. 2009

Stuart, M. (2008) The Union Modernisation Fund: an interim progress report, (with Andy Charlwood, Miguel Martinez Lucio and Emma Wallis) BERR Employment Relations Research Series, No. 92. pp 79, BERR: London.

Tomlinson, J. (2010) Diversity in the legal profession in England and Wales: A qualitative study of barriers and individual choices. London: Legal Services Board. pp 1-83. (with Sommerlad, H. Webley, L, Duff, L. Muzio, D.) http://www.legalservicesboard.org.uk/what_we_do/Research/Publications/pdf/lsb_diversity_in_the_legal_profession_final_rev.pdf 

Edited Special Issues of Journals

Stuart, M. (2011) ‘Human Resource Management and the State’, International Journal of Human Resource Management. (edited with M. Martinez Lucio) 21(18): 3661-3848

Stuart, M. (2010) Union Engagement with Vocational Training: Cross national Perspectives, Labour and Industry (with Cooney, R.) 21(2): 473-544.

Stuart, M. ‘(2008) Vocational Education and Training and the Labour Market’, (edited with R. Cooney) Industrial Relations Journal, 39(5): 346-447.

Tomlinson, J. (2012) ‘Gender, Diversity and Inclusion in Professions and Professional Organizations. Gender, Work and Organization. 19(5) (with Muzio, D)

Refereed journal articles

Alberti, G.L (forthcoming) ‘After Citizenship: autonomy of migration and the mobile commons’, Citizenship Studies

Alberti G.L (2010) ‘Across the Borders of Lesvos: the gendering of migrants’ detention in the Aegean’, Feminist Review, Vol 94:  138-147

Brown, A., Charlwood, A. and Spencer, D. A., (2012) ‘Not all that it might seem: why job satisfaction is worth studying despite it being a poor measure of job quality’, Work, Employment and Society, 26, 6

Brown, A. (2008) ‘A Materialist Development of Some Recent Contributions to the Labour Theory of Value’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol. 32, No. 1, pp.125–46.

Brown, A., Charlwood, A., Forde, C. and Spencer, D. (2008) ‘Changes in Human Resource Management and Job Satisfaction 1998-2004: Evidence from the Workplace Employment Relations Survey’, Human Resource Management Journal, 18 (3), 237-256.

Ciupijus, Z. (2011) ‘Mobile Central Eastern Europeans in Britain: successful EU citizens and disadvantaged labour migrants’, Work, Employment and Society, 25(3).

Evans, L. & Cosnefroy, L. (forthcoming) ‘The dawn of a new academic professionalism in France? Facing the challenges of imposed reform’, invited submission to Studies in Higher Education special issue: ‘The Purposes of Higher Education: Responses from a Globalized World’ (publication date: October 2013)

Evans, L. (2012) Úvahy o profesionalitě vzdělavatelů dospělých (Examining the professionalism of adult educators), invited submission to a special issue (‘Educating the adults’) of Studia Paedagogica, 17 (1), pp. 129-147.

Evans, L. (2012) Leadership for researcher development: What research leaders need to know and understand, Educational Management, Administration and Leadership, 40 (4), 432-435.

Evans, L. (2011) The ‘shape’ of teacher professionalism in England: professional standards, performance management, professional development, and the changes proposed in the 2010 White Paper, British Educational Research Journal, 37 (5), 851-870.

Evans, L. (2011) The scholarship of researcher development: mapping the terrain and pushing back boundaries, International Journal for Researcher Development, 2 (2), 75-98.

Evans, L. (2011) What research administrators need to know about researcher development: A new conceptual model, Journal of Research Administration, 42 (1), 15-37.

Evans, L. & Olumide-Aluko, K. (2010) Teacher job satisfaction in developing countries: a critique of Herzberg’s two-factor theory applied to the Nigerian context, International Studies in Educational Administration, 38 (2), 73-85

Evans, L. (2010) Developing the European researcher: ‘extended’ professionality within the Bologna process, Professional Development in Education, 36 (4), 663-677

Evans, L. (2009) S/he who pays the piper calls the tune? Professionalism, developmentalism and the paucity of in-service education within the research profession, Professional Development in Education, 35 (2), 289-312

Evans, L. (2009) Developing research capacity in the social sciences: a professionality-based model, International Journal for Researcher Development, 1 (2), 134-149

Evans, L. & Bertani-Tress, M. (2009) What drives research-focused university academics to want to teach effectively? Examining achievement, self-efficacy and self-esteem, International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 3 (2), 1-18

Evans, L. (2008) Professionalism, professionality and the development of education professionals, British Journal of Educational Studies, 56, (1), 20-38

Forde, C., MacKenzie, R., Robinson, A., Cook, H., Eriksson, B., Larsson, P. & Bergman, A. (2010) Contingent work in construction: results from a two country study. Industrial Relations Journal. 41: 6, 603-621.

Forde, C. and MacKenzie, R. (2010) ‘Deciphering the codes: The ethical agendas of employment agencies towards migrant workers in the UK’, Journal of Business Ethics. 97(1).

Forde, C., MacKenzie, R. and Robinson, A. (2009) ‘Built on shifting sands: Changes in employers' use of contingent labour in the UK construction sector’, Journal of Industrial Relations, 51, 5, 653-667.

Forde, C. and MacKenzie, R. (2009) ‘Migrant workers in low-skilled employment: assessing the implications for human resource management’, International Journal of Manpower, 30 (5); 437-452.  

Forde, C., MacKenzie, R. and Robinson, A. (2008) ‘Help wanted? Employers’ use of temporary agencies in the UK construction industry’,Employee Relations, 30 (6), 679-698.

Forde, C., MacKenzie, R. and Robinson, A. (2008) 'Firm Foundations? Contingent Labour and Employers' Provision of Training in the UK Construction Sector', Industrial Relations Journal, 39 (5), 370-391.

Forde, C. (2008) “‘You know we are not an employment agency’: Manpower, Government and the Development of the Temporary Employment Agency Industry in Britain”, Enterprise and Society.

Gardiner, J. and Tomlinson, J. (2009) Organizational approaches to flexible working: perspectives of equality and diversity managers in the UK. Equal Opportunities International, 28, 8.

Gardiner, J., Stuart, M., MacKenzie, R., Forde, C., Greenwood, I. And Perrett, R. (2009) ‘Redundancy as a critical life event: moving on from the Welsh steel industry through career change’, Work, Employment & Society 23 (4): 727-745.

Grugulis, I., and Stoyanova, D. Social capital and networks in film and TV: jobs for the boys? and Organization Studies 33 (10) pp. 1311 – 1331 October 2012

Grugulis, I. Stuart, M., Forde, C., Kirkpatrick, I. Mackenzie, R. and Tomlison, J. (2012) ‘Writing articles for Work, Employment and Society: different voices, same language’, Work, Employment and Society. 26(1): 5-9.

Grugulis, I., and Stoyanova, D. (2011) ‘Skill and performance’ British Journal of Industrial Relations 49 (3) pp. 515 – 536  

Grugulis, I., and Stoyanova, D. (2011) ‘The missing middle: communities of practice in a freelance labour market’ Work, Employment and Society 25 (2) pp. 342 – 351

Grugulis, I., Bozkurt, O., Clegg, J., Higon, D. A., Salis, S., Vasilakos, N. and Williams, A.  (2010) ‘The determinants of retail productivity: A critical review of the evidence’ International Journal of Management Reviews 12 (2) pp. 201 – 217

Grugulis, I., Bell, E., Storey, J., Taylor, L. and Taylor S (2010) Politics and power in training and learning: the rise and fall of the NHS University Management Learning  41 (1) pp. 87 – 99

Grugulis, I. and Vincent, S. (2009) Whose skill is it anyway?  Soft skills and polarisation Work, Employment and Society 23 (4) pp 597 – 615

Grugulis, I. and Vincent, S. (2009) Employment relations, cost minimisation and inter-organisational contracting Industrial Relations Journal 40 (1) pp. 40 - 59

Hardy, K., Holliday, R., Bell, D., Hunter, E., Jones, M., Probyn, E. (forthcoming 2013) ‘Beautiful face, beautiful place?' Gender, place and culture.

Hardy, K. and Sanders, T. (2012) ‘Devalued, Deskilled and Diversified: Explaining the Proliferation of Lap Dancing in the UK’, British Journal of Sociology 63(3): 513-532,

Hardy, K. (2012) Feminist Fightback Collective ‘The cuts are a feminist issue: austerity, reproduction and contestation’ Soundings.

Hardy, K. (2012) ‘Making Space for Emotion in Development Methodologies’ Emotion, Space and Society 5(2): 113-121.

Hardy, K. (2011) ‘Book Review: Rai, S. (2008) The Gender Politics of Development: Essays in Hope and Despair’ Journal of International Development 23 (1): 158-159.

Hardy, K. (2010) ‘(Sex) Working Class Subjects: Integrating Sex Workers in the Argentine Labour Movement’ International Labour and Working Class History 77 (1): 89-108.

Holgate, J. (Forthcoming) Community organising in the UK: a ‘new’ approach for trade unions? Economic and Industrial Democracy.

Holgate, J. (forthcoming) Faith in unions: from safe spaces to organised labour? Capital and Class.

Holgate, J. Pollert, A. Keles, J. and Kumarappan, L. (2012) ‘De-collectivisation and employment problems: the experiences of minority ethnic workers seeking help through Citizens Advice’. Work, Employment and Society. 26: 5. 772-788.

Holgate, J. Keles, J. Kumarappan, L. (2012) Visualising ‘community’: an experiment in participatory photography among Kurdish diasporic workers in London. Sociological Review. 60:2, 312-332.

Holgate, J. Abbott, S. Kamenou, N. Kinge, J. Parker, J.  Sinclair, J. Sayce, S. Williams, L (2012) ‘Equality and diversity in employment relations: do we practise what we preach?’ Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.Vol. 31: 4.

Holgate, J. Pollert, A and Keles, J. Kumarappan, L. (2012) Union decline and voice among minority ethnic workers; do community support networks help fill the gap? Urban Studies. 49:3, 491-508.

Holgate, J. (2011) ‘Temporary Migrant Workers and Labor Organization.’ WorkingUSA: The Journal of Labor and Society. Vol. 14, 191-199.

Holgate, J. Pollert, A and Keles, J. Kumarappan, L. (2011) Geographies of isolation: how workers (don’t) access support for problems at work. Antipode. 43: 4. 1056-1077.

Holgate, J. and Simms, M. (2010) ‘TUC Organising Academy 10 years on: what has been the impact?’ International Journal of Human Resource Management. 21: 3, 355–370

Holgate, J. and Simms, M. (2010) Organising for what? An empirical critique of UK union organising approaches. Work Employment and Society. 24:1.

Holgate, J. Pollert, A and Keles, J (2009) Union decline, minority ethnic workers and employment advice in local communities. Industrial Law Journal 38:3. 412-416.

Holgate, J and McKay, S (2009) Equal opportunities policies: how effective are they in increasing diversity in the audio-visual industries’ freelance labour market? Media, Culture and Society 31: 1. 151-163.

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

Ingold, J. and Etherington, D. (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

Kirkpatrick, I. and Kipping, M. (2013) ‘Alternative pathways of change in professional services firms: the case of management consulting’, Journal of Management Studies.

Kirkpatrick, I. Veronesi, G., and Vallascas, F. (2013) ‘Does clinical management improve efficiency? Evidence from the English NHS’, Public Money and Management.

Kirkpatrick, I. Veronesi, G., and Vallascas, F. (2012) ‘Clinicians on the Board: What Difference does it make?’, Social Science and Medicine.

Kirkpatrick, I., Bullinger, B., Dent, M. & Lega, F. (2012) ‘The development of medical-manager roles in European hospital systems: a framework for comparison’. International Journal of Clinical Practice, 66(2): 121–124.

Kirkpatrick, I., De Ruyter, A., Hoque, K., and Lonsdale, C. (2011) ‘Practicing what they preach? The disconnect between the state as regulator and user of employment agencies’, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Issue 18, 3711-3726.

Kirkpatrick, I. Muzio, D., and Kipping, M. (2011) ‘Professions, Organizations and the State: Applying the Sociology of the Professions to the Case of Management Consultancy’, Current Sociology, 59 (6) 805-824.

Kirkpatrick, I., Hoque, K., Lonsdale, C. and DeRuyter, A. (2011) ‘Outsourcing the procurement of agency workers: assessing the impact of vendor managed services in English social care’, Work Employment and Society, 25 (3), 522-539.

Kirkpatrick, I. and McCabe, C. (2011) ‘A full blooded market system: at what cost to the NHS?’, British Medical Journal, 343: doi: 10.1136, 13 July.

Kirkpatrick, I. and Muzio, D. (2011) ‘Introduction: professions and organisations – a conceptual framework’, Current Sociology, 59, 4, 389-405.

Kirkpatrick, I., Kragh-Jespersen, P., and Dent, M. (2011) ‘The contested terrain of hospital management: professional projects and healthcare reform in Denmark’ Current Sociology, 59, 4, 489-506.

Kirkpatrick, I., Londsdale, C., Hoque, K. and De Ruyter, A. (2010) ‘Supplier Behaviour and Public Contracting in the English Agency Nursing Market’, Public Administration, 88, 3: 800-818.

Kirkpatrick, I., Kragh Jespersen, P., Dent, M. and Neogy, I. (2009) ‘Medicine and management in a comparative perspective: the cases of England and Denmark’, Sociology of Health and Illness, 31 (5), 642-658.

Kirkpatrick, I and Shelly, M.S. (2008) ‘Medical engagement redefined: managing productive relationships between doctors and managers’, Clinical Leader, 1, 2:69-78.

Kirkpatrick, I. Shelly, M., S., Dent, M. and Neogy, I. (2008) ‘Towards a “productive” relationship between medicine and management: reporting from a national inquiry’, International Journal of Clinical Leadership, 16, 1:27-35.

Kirkpatrick, I., Hoque, K., De Ruyter, A. and Lonsdale, C. (2008) ‘New contractual relationships in the agency worker market: the case of the UK NHS’, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 46, 3: 389-412.

Kirkpatrick, I. and Hoque, K. (2008) ‘Making the core contingent: agency work and its consequences for UK public services’, Public Administration, 86, 2: 331-344.

Kirkpatrick, I., De Ruyter, A., Hoque, K., Lonsdale, C. and Malan, J. (2008) ‘Agency working and the degradation of public service employment: the case of nurses and social workers’ International Journal of Human Resource Management, 19, 3: 432-45.

Kirkpatrick, I. (2008) ‘Engaging doctors in management: some lessons from the UK NHS’, Interface Health Magazine.

Kirkpatrick, I. Shelly, M., S., Dent, M. Neogy, I. (2008) ‘Towards a “productive” relationship between medicine and management: reporting from a national inquiry’, Clinician in Management.

Kirkpatrick, I., De Ruyter, A., Hoque, K., Lonsdale, C. and Malan, J. (2008) ‘Agency working and the degradation of public service employment: the case of nurses and social workers’, International Journal of Human Resource Management.

Kirkpatrick, I. and Hoque, K. (2008) ‘Making the core contingent: agency work and its consequences for UK public services’, Public Administration, 86, 1.

MacKenzie, R. Forde, C. and Ciupijus, Z. (2012) ‘Networks of Support for New Migrant Communities: Institutional Goals versus Substantive Goals?’, Urban Studies, 49(3).

Mackenzie, R., Forde, F., Robinson, A., Cook, H., Eriksson, B., Larsson, P., and Bergman, A. (2010) 'Contingent Work in the UK and Sweden : Evidence from the Construction Industry', Industrial Relations Journal, 41(6) 603-621.

MacKenzie, R. (2010) ‘Why Do Contingent Workers Join a Trade Union? Evidence from the Irish Telecommunications Sector,’ European Journal of Industrial Relations. 16(2).  

MacKenzie, R., Cornelius, N., Martinez Lucio, M., Wilson, F., Gagnon, S., and Pezet, E. (2010) ‘Equality and Voice: The Ethics and Politics of Representation and Participation in Relation to Equality and Ethnicity. Journal of Business Ethics. 97 (1).  

MacKenzie, R. (2009) ‘Union responses to restructuring and the growth of contingent labour in the Irish telecommunications industry’, Economic and Industrial Democracy. 30(4).

MacKenzie, R. and Forde, C (2009) ‘The Rhetoric of the ‘Good Worker’ versus the Realities of Employers’ Use and the Experiences of Migrant Workers’. Work, Employment and Society, 23 (1): 142-159.  

MacKenzie, R. (2008) 'From Networks to Hierarchies: The Construction of a Subcontracting Regime in the Irish Telecommunications Industry'. Organization Studies, 29(6).

Oliver, E.A. (2012) 'Living Flexibly? How Europe's Science Researchers Manage Mobility, Fixed-Term Employment and Life Outside of Work' International Journal of Human Resource Management, 23 (18) 3856-3871

Oliver, E.A. (2009) 'From Portability to Acquisition and Preservation: The Challenge of Legislating in the area of Supplementary Pensions' Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 31 (2): 173–183

Spencer, D. Promoting high quality work: obstacles and opportunities’, Journal of Business Ethics, forthcoming

Spencer, D ‘Barbarians at the gate: a critical appraisal of the influence of economics on the field and practice of HRM,’  Human Resource Management Journal, forthcoming

Spencer, D 'The nature of economics and the failings of the mainstream: lessons from Lionel Robbins's Essay’, Cambridge Journal of Economics (with Andrew Brown), forthcoming

Spencer, D (2011) Getting Personnel: Contesting and Transcending the ‘New Labour Economics’’, Work, Employment, and Society, vol. 25, no. 1, 118-131, 2011.

Spencer, D  (2011) ‘Work is a Four Letter Word: The Economics of Work in Historical and Critical Perspective’, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, vol.70, issue 3, 563-586,

Spencer, D (2010) ‘Labour Supply, Employment and Unemployment in Macroeconomics: A Critical Appraisal of Orthodoxy and a Heterodox Alternative’, Review of Political Economy, vol.22, issue 2, 263-279,(with Malcolm Sawyer)

Spencer, D (2009) ‘Work in Utopia: Pro-work Sentiments in the Writings of Four Critics of Classical Economics’, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, vol.16, no.1, 97-122.

Spencer, D (2009) ‘The ‘Work as Bad’ Thesis in Economics: Origins, Evolution, and Challenges’, Labor History, vol.50, no.1, 39-57.

Spencer, D (2008) ‘On the Definition of Involuntary Unemployment’, Journal of Socio-Economics, vol.37, issue 2, 718-735, (with Malcolm Sawyer)

Stuart, M., Grugulis, I., Tomlinson, J. Forde, C. and MacKenzie, R. (2013) ‘Reflections on work and employment into the 21st Century: between equal rights, force decides’, Work, Employment and Society, 27(3)

Stuart, M., Tomlinson, J. (2013) Women and the modernisation of British trade unions: meanings, dimensions and the challenge of change, (and Martinez Lucio, M), Journal of Industrial Relations. 55(1): 38–59

Stuart, M., Cutter, J. and Cook, H. (2013) Who stands to gain from union-led learning in Britain? Evidence from surveys of learners, union officers and employers’, (and Jonathan Winterton), Economic and Industrial Democracy.

Stuart, M. (2012) ‘Social Capital and Union Revitalization: Worker Networks in the UK Audio-Visual industries’, (with Saundry, R. and Antcliff, V.), British Journal of Industrial Relations. 50(2): 263-286.

Stuart, M. (2011) Soft regulation’ and the modernisation of employment relations under the British Labour Government (1997-2010): partnership, workplace facilitation and trade union change (with Martinez Lucio, M and Robinson, A.), International Journal of Human Resource Management. 21(18): 3794: 3812. 2011

Stuart, M. (2011) ‘The state, public policy and the renewal of HRM’, (with Martinez Lucio, M) International Journal of Human Resource Management. 21(18): 3661-3671.

Stuart, M. (2011) ‘Managing uncertainty: the crisis, its consequences and the global workforce’, (with O’Reilly, J., Lain, D., Sheehan, M. and Smale, B.), Work, Employment and Society, 25(4): 581-595.

Stuart, M. (2011) ‘The state and the union learning agenda in Britain’, (With Rainbird, H.), Work, Employment and Society. 25(2): 202-217. 2011

Stuart, M., Grugulis, I., Forde, C., Kirkpatrick, I., MacKenzie, R. and Tomlinson, J. (2011) ‘The more things change...Towards twenty five years of Work, Employment and Society’, Work, Employment and Society, 25(2): 197-201.

Stuart, M. (2010) ‘Union engagement with vocational training’, (with Cooney, R), Labour and Industry. 21(2): 473-473. 2010

Stuart, M. (2010) ‘Trade unions and the Norwegian Competence Reform’, (with B.K. Teige), Labour and Industry. 21(2): 513-528.

Stuart, M. (2010) ‘Trade union modernisation in Britain: state policy and union projects’, (with M. Martinez Lucio and A. Charlwood) Indian Journal of Industrial Relations: A Review of Economic and Social Development. 45(4): 635-645.

Stuart, M. (2009) ‘The impact of the economic crisis on employment in the UK finance sector’, International Labor Brief. Korean Labour Institute. 7(3): 22-32. (in Korean)

Stuart, M. (2008) ‘Training and the limits of supply-side skills development’, (with Cooney, R.) Industrial Relations Journal, 39(5): 346-353.

Stuart, M. (2008) ‘The new benchmarking and advisory state: The role of the British Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) in facilitating labour-management consultation in public sector transformation’, (with Martinez Lucio, M.) Journal of Industrial Relations, 50(5): 739-754

Tomlinson, J. (forthcoming 2014) Female part-time managers: career prospects, role models and mentors. Gender, Work and Organization. (With Durbin, S.)

Tomlinson, J. (2013) Structure, agency and the career strategies of white women and BME individuals in the legal profession. Human Relations. 66(2) 245–269 (with Muzio, D., Sommerlad, H., Webley, L. and Duff, L)

Tomlinson, J. (2012) Researching Gender, Inclusion and Diversity in Contemporary Professions and Professional Organizations. Gender, Work and Organization. 19(5): 455-466. (with Muzio, D.)

Tomlinson, J. (2011) Gender Equality and the State: A review of recent EU developments Special Issue: Bringing the State Back in? The State and Human Resource Management, International Journal of Human Resource Management. 22(8): 3755-3744.

Tomlinson, J. (2010) Female Part-time Managers: networks and career mobility. Work, Employment and Society. 24(4): 621-640. (with Durbin, S.)

Tomlinson, J. (2010) Female part-time managers: work-life balance, aspirations and career mobility. Special Issue: Gendered Employment, Equal Opportunities International. 29(3): 255-270. (Durbin, S.)

Tomlinson, J. (2009) “Women Returners and Potential Returners: Employment Profiles and Labour Market Opportunities – A Case Study of the UK”, European Sociological Review, 24, 2, 1-15. (with Olsen, W. and Purdam, K.)

Tomlinson, J. (2008) Causes and consequences of the divergent working-time patterns of employed mothers in the UK and the US: developing a comparative analysis, Gender Issues, 25, 4.

Book Chapters

Alberti, G.L, Fischer, S., Graziano, V., Rai, A.S., Rübner-Hansen, B. and Zechner, M. (forthcoming) ‘In the Event of Resonance: Experimentations with Antagonism, Sympathy and the Common’, Women In and Beyond the Global

Alberti, G. L., Holgate and J., Turner (forthcoming) Comparative perspectives: organising migrant workers across the US, France, Germany and the UK. In: L. Turner, M. Tapia, and L. Adler (eds) Mobilizing against Inequality: Unions, Immigrant Workers, and the Crisis of Capitalism. Ithaca, New York: ILR-Cornell University Press

Cook, H. In – Field, A. (2009) Discovering Statistics Using SPSS.  Sage publications with Shift-Media.  Produced multiple choice questions to accompany each chapter of this statistics textbook for the companion website.

Evans, L. (2013) Leadership for teacher development: what school and college leaders need to know. In J-L Derouet & R. Normand (eds.) Une nouvelle répartition des rôles et des responsabilités au sein des établissements scolaires. La question du leadership - Contributions à une réflexion européenne, Routledge.

Evans, L. (2013) A changing role for university professors? Findings from a UK-based study of professorial academic leadership as it is perceived by ‘the led’. In W. Cummings, C. Musselin & U. Teichler (eds.) Recruiting and Managing the Academy, Dordrecht, Springer.

Evans, L. (2010) Teacher professional development in England: a critical perspective on current issues and priorities. In V-R Ruus & E-S Sarv (Eds.) Eesti õpetaja ja õpetajahariduse õppekavad 21. sajandi algul (Teacher education in Estonia and European teacher education curricula at the beginning of the 21st century), pp. 76-87, Tallinn: University of Tallinn.

Grugulis, I. (forthcoming) ‘Service work and the service sector’ in Haynes, K. and Grugulis, I. eds. Managing Services: Challenges and Innovations Oxford University Press

Grugulis, I. and Haynes, K. (forthcoming) ‘Managing services and the service sector: an introduction’ in Grugulis, I. and Haynes, K. eds. Managing Services: Challenges and Innovations Oxford University Press

Grugulis, I. (forthcoming) ‘Employee Training and Development’ in Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. Contemporary Human Resource Management Financial Times: Prentice Hall Fourth Edition

Grugulis, I. and Vincent, S. (forthcoming) ‘Soft Skills at Work’ in Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. Contemporary Human Resource Management Financial Times: Prentice Hall Fourth Edition

Grugulis, I. (forthcoming) ‘Skills and Training’ in Bach, S. and Edwards, M. (eds.) Managing Human Resources 5th edition

Grugulis, I. and Stoyanova, D. (forthcoming) ‘Learning on the job in UK TV and film production’ in Dundon, T. and Wilkinson, A. (eds.) Case Studies in People Management, Strategy and Innovation

Grugulis, I. and Stoyanova, D. (2012) ‘Tournament careers: working in UK television’ in Mathieu, C. (ed.) Careers in Creative Industries London: Routledge. pp. 88 – 106

Grugulis, I., Bozkurt, O. and Clegg, J. (2011) ‘No place to hide?  The realities of leadership in UK supermarkets’ in Grugulis, I. and Bozkurt, Ö. (eds.) Retail Work Palgrave. pp. 193 – 212

Grugulis, I. and Bozkurt, O. (2011) ‘Why retail work demands a closer in Grugulis, I. and Bozkurt, Ö. (eds.) Retail Work Palgrave. pp. 1 – 21

Grugulis, I. and Lloyd, C. (2010) ‘Skill and the Labour Process: conditions and consequences of change’ in Thompson, P. and Smith, C. (eds.) Working Life: renewing Labour Process Analysis Palgrave Macmillan Houndsmills. pp. 91 – 112

Grugulis, I. and Stoyanova, D. (2009) ‘I don’t know where they learn them’: skills in film and television’ in Smith, C. and McKinlay, A. (eds.) Creative Labour: working in the creative industries Palgrave Macmillan Houndsmills 2009 pp. 135 – 155

Grugulis, I. (2009) ‘Human Resource Development’ in Wood, D. and Collings, D. (eds.) Human Resource Management: a critical approach Routledge London and New York 2009 pp. 222 – 236

Grugulis, I. (2008) ‘Employee Development’ in Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. Contemporary Human Resource Management Financial Times: Prentice Hall Third Edition

Grugulis, I. Hebson, H. and Vincent, s. (2008) ‘Jobs, skill and discretion’ case study in Redman, T. and Wilkinson, A. Contemporary Human Resource Management Financial Times: Prentice Hall Third Edition

Grugulis, I. (2008) ‘Skill Formation’ in Blyton, P., Bacon, N. Fiorito, J. and Heery, E. (eds.) The Sage Handbook of Industrial Relations London:Sage

Hardy, K. (2013) ‘Work Equal to Any Other, but Not the Same as Any Other: Theorising Labour Process in Sex Work’ in Body/sex/work: intimate, embodied and sexualised labour. Critical perspectives on work and employment series. Palgrave Macmillan.

Hardy, K. Cohen, R. and Sanders, T. (2013) ‘Hairdressing/undressing: Comparing Labour Relations in Self-employed Body Work’ in Body/sex/work: intimate, embodied and sexualised labour. Critical perspectives on work and employment series. Palgrave Macmillan.

Hardy, K. (2010) 'If you shut up, they kill you: sex worker resistance in Argentina' in New Sociologies of Sex Work Hardy, K., Kingston, S. and Sanders, T. (eds.) (Ashgate, London).

Hardy, K. and Tornquist, M. (2010) ‘Taxi dancers: tango labour and commercialised intimacy in Argentina’ in New Sociologies of Sex Work Hardy, K., Kingston, S. and Sanders, T. (eds.) (Ashgate, London).

Holgate, J. and Fine, J. (2013) 'The countermovement needs a movement (and a counter strategy) ' in Adler, L., Tapia, M. and Turner, L. (eds.) Mobilizing against Inequality: Unions, Immigrant Workers, and the Crisis of Capitalism. Ithaca: ILR Press.

Holgate, J. (2013) ‘Temporary migrant workers and labor organization’ in Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration Wiley-Blackwell.

Holgate (2009) ‘Contested terrain: London’s living wage campaign and the tension between community and union organising.’ in McBride J. and Greenwood, I. The Complexity of Community Unionism: a Comparative Analysis of Concepts and Contexts. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Holgate, J Stewart, P. McBride, J. Greenwood I. Stirling J.. Tattersall, A. Stephenson, C. Wray, D. (2009) ‘Understanding community Unionism.’ in McBride J. and Greenwood, I. The Complexity of Community Unionism: a Comparative Analysis of Concepts and Contexts. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Kirkpatrick, I., Dent, M. and Lega, F.  (2013) ‘Hybrid connections between professional work and organizations’, in Noordegraaf, M. and Waring, J. (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Public Professionalism, London: Routledge.

Kirkpatrick, I. (2013) The Changing Relationship between Organisations and Occupations in Professional Services Firms, in Empson, L., Muzio, D., Broschak, J. and Hinings, B. (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of Professional Service Firms, Oxford: Oxford University Press

Kirkpatrick, I., Muzio, D. and Ackroyd, S. (2012) ‘The sociology of professions’, in Clark, T. and Kipping, M. (eds) The Oxford handbook of management Consulting, Oxford university press.

Kirkpatrick, I. and Kipping, M. (2011) ‘O Desenvolvimento da Consultoria de Gestão Empresarial entre Estrutura e Agência’, in Julio Cesar Donadone and Maria A. Chaves Jardim (eds), As centralidades e as fronteiras das empresas do século 21. Bauru: Edusc, pp. 249-284.

Kirkpatrick, I. and Dent, M. (2011) ‘Medical leadership and Management Reforms in Hospitals in England, Denmark, Netherlands and Kaiser Permanente’, in Teelken, C., Dent, M. and Ferlie, E. (eds.) Leadership, Management, and the Professions in the Public Sector, London: Routledge.

Kirkpatrick, I. and Kipping, M. (2009) ‘The changing organization of management consulting firms’, in Clark, T. and Kipping, M. (eds) The Oxford handbook of management Consulting, Oxford university press.

Kirkpatrick, I. Ackroyd, S., and Muzio, D. (2009) ‘The sociology of professions’, in  Clark, T. and Kipping, M. (eds) The Oxford handbook of management Consulting, Oxford university press.

MacKenzie, R. and Martinez Lucio, M. (2011) ’Regulation and Change in Global Employment Relations’ in Harzing, A.W. and Pinnington, A. International Human Resource Management. London. Sage.

Oliver, E.A. and Ackers, H.L. (2009) 'Internationalisation, mobility and pensions: the experiences of early career researchers' Internationalisation of European Higher Education Handbook, 2nd supplement, Berlin: Raabe Fachverlag für Wissenschaftsinformation

Oliver, E.A. and Ackers, H.L.  (2009) 'Permanently Packed Bags' and 'A Stable Foundation for Young Researchers' Mobility without Security?, Bonn: Hochschulrektorenkonferenz, 18-21 and 50-53,

Oliver, E.A (2009) ‘Promoting women? Lessons Learned from a Study of Mobility and Fixed-term Work in Early Career Researchers’, in Stalford, Velluti and Currie (Eds) ‘Gender and Migration in 21st Century Europe’, Aldershot: Ashgate

Oliver, E.A. and Ackers, H.L. (2009) 'Der Gepackte Kotter Als Dauerzustand' and 'Eine Stabile Basis Für Junge Forscher' Mobilität ohne Netz und doppelren Boden, Bonn: Hochschulrektorenkonferenz, 18-21 a nd 50-53

Stuart, M. ‘United Kingdom: The Sound of One Hand Clapping’, in Jonathan Winterton (Eds) Trade union strategies for developing competence at work: an emerging area for social dialogue. Routledge Forthcoming

Stuart, M. (2012) Marktorientierung und Beschaftigungsverhaltnisse in der Akivierungsindustrie: Eine fallstudie zu GroBbritannien und Deutschland, (with Greer, I. and Greenwood, I.) in Scherschel, K., Streckeisen, P. and Krenn, Manfred (eds) Neue Prekaritat. Frankfurt: Campus Verlag. 291-310

Stuart, M. (2012) ‘Trade union involvement in lifelong learning in Norway’, in Cooney, R. and Stuart, M. (eds) Trade unions and Workplace Training: Issues and International Perspectives. New York: Routledge. 126-146.

Stuart, M. (2012) ‘Trade Unions and Vocational Education and Training in Theory and Practice (with Cooney, R) in Cooney, R. and Stuart, M. (eds) Trade unions and Training: International Perspectives. Routledge. 1-22.

Stuart, M. (2011) “Beyond national varieties: Public-service contracting in comparative perspective.” (with Greer, I. and Greenwood, I.), In Ian Cunningham and Philip James (eds) Voluntary organizations and public service delivery. (London: Routledge).

Stuart, M. (2009) ‘Organising and union modernisation: narratives of renewal in the UK’, for Gall, G. (ed) (with M. Martinez Lucio) Union Revitalisation in Advanced Economies – Assessing the Contribution of Union Organising. MacMillan Palgrave. pp. 17-37.

Stuart, M. ‘Employment Relations in the UK Finance Sector between globalization and re-regulation.’ (with M. Martinez Lucio) in Hyunji Kwon, Sunghoon Kim, Mark Stuart, and Miguel M. Lucio, Changes in Employment Relations in the Financial Service Sector, Korea  Labor Institute. Seoul. 253-282 (in Korean)

Major Reports

Bessa, I., Moore, S. and Forde, C. and Stuart, M. (2013) ‘The National Minimum Wage, earnings and hours in the domiciliary care sector, prepared for the Low Pay Commission.

Forde, C., Tomlinson, J. and Holgate, J and Stuart, N. (2012) The impact of the crisis on women transport workers, prepared for International Transport Federation. 83pp. 2012

Forde, C. and Slater, G. (2010) Survey of Non Regular Employment in Europe and the US: Report on the United Kingdom, Japanese Institute for Labour Policy and Training, June, 2010,

Holgate, J, Keles, J, Kumarappan, L, Pollert, A (2010) Diaspora, Work, Employment and Community. A report on Kurdish workers in London. London: Working Lives Research Institute.

Holgate, J, Keles, J, Kumarappan, L, Pollert, A (2010) Help and Representation for Problems at Work: what has happened to support networks and advice centres? London: Working Lives Research Institute.

Holgate, J (2009) Unionising the low paid in London: the Justice for Cleaners campaign. Labor Unions and Civic Integration of Immigrant Workers research project.  

Holgate, J (2009) The role of UK unions in the civic integration of immigrant workers. Literature review for the Labor Unions and Civic Integration of Immigrant Workers research project.

Holgate, J. and Simms, M. (2008) Ten years on: the impact of the Organising Academy on the UK union movement. London: Trades Union Congress

MacKenzie, R. Forde, C. and Ciupijus, Z. (2010) ‘Migrant Worker Research Project: Final Report for the Barnsley Migration Impact Fund Project’. April 2010.

Stuart, M. ‘Union Modernisation Fund: Round Three Evaluation’ (with Martinez Lucio, M), prepared for Department of Business, Innovation and Skills. 37pp. 2012

Stuart, M. ‘Sustaining ULF activity: Finding of the Union Project Officers follow on survey’, (with Cook, H.) prepared for TUC Unionlearn, 24pp. 2011

Stuart, M. ‘Evaluation of Union Learning Fund 8-11 and Unionlearn’, (with Cutter, J., Cook, H. and Winterton, J.), prepared for TUC Unionlearn. 145pp. 2010

Stuart, M. ‘Evaluation of Stage 2 of the Collective Learning Fund’, (with J. Rees) prepared for TUC Unionlearn, 93 pp. 2010

Stuart, M. Financial and Fiscal Incentives for e-Skills in Europe: State of Play, Synthesis Report for European Commission and European e-Skills Forum (with Forde, C. and Wadolkowska, E.). EU-RA. Brussels. 274pp. 2009

Stuart, M. Evaluation of Trade Union Modernisation Fund: Final Report, prepared for Department of Business, Innovation and Skills, (with Martinez Lucio and Charlwood, A.) pp 150. 2009

Stuart, M. Learning through Work: Phase 2 Evaluation Report, NIACE, (with Winterton, J.). pp 51. 2009.

Stuart, M. ‘A qualitative study of union learning approaches in four organisations’, prepared for unionlearn Yorkshire and Humber. (with Tomlinson, J. and Greenwood, I.) 50pp. 2008

Stuart, M. ‘Collective Learning Funds: An Interim Evaluation of the North-West Pilot’ Project, for unionlearn (with E.Wallis). 40pp. 2008

Tomlinson, J. and Stuart, M. (2009) ‘Casework and organising’, prepared for the National Union of Teachers, pp45. .

Other articles/publications

Alberti, G. L. (forthcoming) ‘The Hotel Industry in London: Community Organizing and the Challenges of Transient Labor’. Case study for the 'Labor Unions and Civic Integration of Immigrant Workers' research project. Online publication, The Worker Institute at Cornell

Alberti, G. L. (2008), Exploring the relation between migration management and EU strategies for employment. An ethnographic study of the policy process at the European Parliament, Postgraduate Cafe Paper, School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University.

Alberti, G.L. (2008) The Beginning of a Debate - An Interview with Professor Ruth Milkman (Director, Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, UCLA). Online publication: http://www.cf.ac.uk/socsi/research/researchcentres/CGLR/events/RuthMilkmanInterview.pdf

Brown, A., Charlwood, A., Forde, C. and Spencer, D. (2010) ‘Quality jobs and well-being at work are in all of our interests’, Yorkshire Post, 30th March 2010.

Evans, L. (2013) Amanda’s tale – and what it tells us about the multidimensionality of professional development, Professional Development Today, 15 (3) (invited contribution)

Evans, L. (2011) Leadership and management in education: reports of its death have been greatly exaggerated, Research Intelligence, Issue 115, p. 25 (invited contribution)

Evans, L. (2009) Progression by percolation, Safety and Health Practitioner, 27(3), 43-44

Evans, L. (2008) Satisfaction not guaranteed, Times Higher Education, April 3rd, p. 26

Forde, C. British Academy (2010) ‘The Multi-Cultural Barnsley Project’, in Past Present and future: The Public Value of the Humanities and Social Sciences’, This draws on Mackenzie and Forde's research on new arrivals into Barnsley. British Academy, June, 2010.

Forde, C., Wadolkowska, E. and Stuart, M. (2010) Financial and Fiscal Incentives for Eskills in Europe: Brochure prepared for the European Commission from the ‘Eskills funding in Europe’ Project, 38 pages, June 2010

Forde, C. European Commission (2009) Checklist on Restructuring Processes, European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, February 2009, 40 pages. (contribution as one of 27 National experts on Restructuring)

Forde, C. Slater. G. and Green, F. (2008) Agency Working in the UK, What do we Know? Centre for Employment Relations Innovation and Change Policy Report Number 2, May 2008.

Forde, C., Slater, G. And Green, F. (2008) ‘Agency working’, People Management, Study Notes section, 10th July.

Forde, C. And Slater, G. (2008) ‘Case study: Agency working in Britain’, Leeds University Business and Enterprise.

Grugulis, I. and Stoyanova, D. (2010) ‘UK TV: skills in a fragmented industry’ UKCES Issues Paper

Grugulis, I., Bozkurt, O. and Clegg, J. (2010) ‘No place to hide’?  The realities of leadership in UK supermarkets’ SKOPE Research Paper No. 91 May 2010, Universities of Oxford and Cardiff

Grugulis, I., Batista, G., Blackmon, K., Haynes, K., Ng, I. and Spring, M. (2009) ‘Response from AIM Service Fellows Cohort on “Strengthening EU Services”’ by Department of Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform. AIM Advisory Paper for BERR,

Grugulis, I. and Stoyanova, D. (2009) ‘Skill and performance’ UKCES Issues Paper

Grugulis, I. and Stoyanova, D. (2008) ‘Learning skills in the TV sector’ Skillset internal policy paper

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

MacKenzie, R. And Forde, C. (2008) ‘Social and economic experiences of asylum seekers, migrant workers, refugees and overstayers in Barnsley’, Yorkshire and Humber Regional Review, 18, 2. http://www.leeds.ac.uk/impact/impact08.pdf

MacKenzie, R. And Forde, C. (2008) ‘Supporting a Multicultural workforce’, Impact Magazine, Issue 3, Summer 2008, 34-35.

MacKenzie, R. And Forde, C. (2008) ‘Case Study: Investing in a Multicultural Barnsley’, Leeds University Business and Enterprise. http://enterprise.leeds.ac.uk/info/38/supported_communities/146/investing_in_a_multi_cultural_barnsley

Mackenzie, R. and Forde, C. (2008) 'Survey Reveals Social and Economic Experiences of New Arrivals in Barnsley', Asylum Newsletter No 39, April/May 2008.

Oliver, E.A. (2009) 'Fixed-term Staff Policies Under the Microscope' University and College Union Membership Magazine, November 2009, 6

Stuart, M. ‘Restructuring and public policy in ‘social’ Europe: an overview’, (With Greer, I). Perspectives at Work, 14(1/2): 3-5 2010. (part of a Public Policy Forum of 4 articles, organised by Ian Greer and Stuart)

Stuart, M. ‘Assessing union organizing in the UK: caught between a rock and a hard place’ (with Martinez Lucio, M.) in A.E. Eaton (ed) Labour and Employment Relations Association Series: Proceedings of the 60th Annual Meeting, New Orleans. LERA. 2008. ISBN 978-0-913447-96-3

Book reviews

Alberti, G.L (2011) ‘Migrant Women Transforming Citizenship’ by Umut Erel, Farnham: Ashgate. Feminist Review, Vol 98

Evans, L. (2013) review of: Intellectual leadership in higher education: renewing the role of the university professor, Bruce Macfarlane (2012) London, Routledge/SRHE book series, Higher Education

Evans, L. (2008) review of: Perspectives on educational management and leadership: syllables of recorded time, Les Bell (2007) London, Continuum, Journal of Education for Teaching, 34 (3), 223-225

Holgate, J. (2011) Book review: Power in Coalition. Strategies for union power and social change by Amanda Tattersall. Cornell: ILR Press in Work Employment and Society.

Holgate, J, (2009) Book review. ‘New Geographies of Race and Racism’ edited by Claire Dwyer and Caroline Bassey. The Geography Journal.

Holgate, J, (2008) Book review. ‘The Dirty World of Neoliberalism. Cleaners in the Global Economy.’ by Luis Aguiar and Andrew Herod. London: Blackwell. Work and Occupations.

Stuart, M. Review of Alex Alexandrou (ed) (2010) Union Learning Representatives: Challenges and Opportunities. Abingdon: Routledge, in British Journal of Industrial Relations. 50(1) 2012

Stuart, M. Review of Bosch, G. and Charest, J. (eds) (2009) Vocational Training:  International Perspectives, Oxford: Routledge, in Work, Employment and Society. 25(1): 2011

Stuart, M. Review of Blyton, P., Bacon, N., Fiorito, J. and Heery, E. (eds) (2008) The Sage Handbook of Industrial Relations, in Industrial and Labor Relation Review, 63(3): 545-6. 2010

Stuart, M. Review of Safford, S. (2009) Why the Garden Club Couldn’t Save Youngstown – The Transformation of the Rust Belt, in British Journal of Industrial Relations, 48(2): 485-487. 2010. 

2001 - 2007

Below is a relatively comprehensive list of CERIC publications since 2001. It is not, however, exhaustive. We have not included ‘other journal articles’ for practitioner or policy publications or our extensive list of conference (well over 100 international conference papers) or project related reports  (around 80) many of which were produced for end users but not formally published – a selection of these is considered elsewhere on our webpage.

In each case the lead CERIC author is listed. All other authors are listed in brackets. 

Books

Brown, A. (2001) The Euro: Evolution and Prospects, pp.152, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, (with Arestis, P. and Sawyer, M.)

Kirkpatrick, I. (2004) The New Managerialism and Public Service Professions, London: Palgrave. (with Ackroyd, S. And Walker, R.)

Kirkpatrick, I. (2004) Managing Residential Child Care: A Managed Service?, London: Palgrave. (Whipp, R. and Kitchener, M.)

Yeandle, S. (2002) Employed Carers and Family Friendly Employment, Bristol: The Policy Press (with A Wigfield, R Crompton and J Dennett)

Yeandle, S. (2003) Line Managers and Family Friendly Employment: roles and perspectives Bristol: The Policy Press (with J Phillips, F Scheibl, S Wise and A Wigfield).

Yeandle, S. (2003) Work to Welfare: how men become detached from the labour market Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (with P Alcock, C Beatty and S Fothergill)

Books (edited)

Brown, A., (2002), Critical Realism and Marxism, pp.280, London, Routledge, (Edited with Fleetwood, S. and Roberts, J.M.)

Muzio, D. (2007) Redirections in the Study of Expert Labour: Established Professions and New Expert Occupations (Basingstoke: Palgrave) (Edited with S. Ackroyd, and J.F. Chanlat)

Stuart, M. (2005) Partnership and Modernisation in Employment Relations. (edited with Martinez Lucio, M.) London: Routledge 280pp xii.

Stuart, M. (2004) Trade Unions and Training: Issues and International Perspectives. (edited with Cooney, R.). Caulfied East: National Key Centre in Industrial Relations. 174pp (contract signed with Routledge for updated version)

Short works, published reports and monographs

Brown, A. (2006) Changing job quality in Great Britain 1998-2004, DTI Employment Relations Research Series No. 70. London: DTI. (with Charlwood, A., Forde, C. and Spencer, D.)

Forde, C. (2005) ‘Good Industrial Relations in the UK Oil Industry’, (with Stuart, M. MacKenzie, R. and Perrett) Working Paper No. 230. Geneva: International Labour Organisation Sectoral Activities Department. 55pp. ISBN 92-2-117254-6

Greenwood, I. (2002) Restructuring, Partnership and the Learning Agenda: A Review. (with Greenwood, I.) Learnpartner Monograph. E.M. Harmer Print: Leeds. 68pp

Robinson A.M. 2003 Equal Opportunities Practices and Enterprises Performance: An Investigation on Australian and British Data, Working Paper no. 14, International Labour Office; InFocus Programme on Promoting the Declaration on the Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work ( with Perotin, V.A.T.; Loundes, J.).

Robinson A.M. 2002. ‘Employee Participation in Ownership and Profit. A Review of the Issues and Evidence’, European Parliament Working Paper, No. SOCI109EN, Social Affairs Series, Directorate-General for Research (with V. Perotin)

Robinson A.M. 2002. "Participation aux bénéfices et actionnariat salarié: les éléments du débat" Document de Travail du Parlement Européen, n° SOCI109FR, Série Affaires sociales, Direction générale des Etudes, (with V. Perotin)

Robinson A.M. 2002. "Arbeitnehmerbeteiligung an Gewinn und Kapitalö Ueberblick über Fragen und Befunde", Europäisches Parlament Arbeitsdokument, SOCI109DE, Generaldirektion Wissenschaft,  2002. (with V. Perotin)

Stuart, M. (2007) Training, union recognition and collective bargaining: findings from the 2004 workplace employment relations survey. unionlearn Research Paper No.4 London: unionlearn/TUC (with Robinson, A.) 24pp. 2007

Stuart, M. (2007) A collective learning culture: A qualitative study of collective learning agreements. unionlearn Research Paper No.3 London: unionlearn/TUC (with Wallis, E.) 76pp.

Stuart, M. (2007) ‘An Impact Study on Relocation, Restructuring and the Viability of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund: The Impact on Employment, Working Conditions and Regional Development’ (with Forde, C., MacKenzie, R. and Wallis, E.), Policy Department Economic and Scientific Policy Study, IP/A/EMPL/ST/2006-02. Brussels: European Parliament. 91pp

Stuart, M. (2006) Union Modernisation Fund: Interim Evaluation of First Round. DTI Employment Relation Research Series No. 68. London: DTI (with Charlwood, A., Martinez Lucio, M. and Wallis, E.). 69pp

Stuart, M. (2005) Acas in the NHS: Helping improve employment relations in response to agenda for change. (with Martinez Lucio, M.) Research Paper 06/05. London: ACAS. ISBN 0 9552187 5 6. 60pp

Stuart, M. (2001) In Search of Partnership: Trade Union Experiences of Contemporary Employment Relations and the Management of Change. (with Martinez Lucio, M.). London:  Manufacturing, Science and Finance Union: London. ISBN 1-900840-17-0. 26pp iii

Tomlinson, J. (2005) Examining the Potential for Women Returners to Work in Areas of High Occupational Gender Segregation” Department for Trade and Industry Publications, Nov 2005, pp1-106.http://www.dti.gov.uk/training_development/Women_Returners_DTI_November2005.pdf?pubpdfdload=05%2F1790 (with Olsen, W., Neff, D. and Purdam, K.)

Tomlinson, J. (2004) Reconciling work and Family Life: Central Issues for Women Returners in the 21st Century. Report for the Women Returners’ Network. www.women-returners.co.uk/Library/WRNresearch.pdf

Editorships of Journals

Kirkpatrick, I. (ed – with Boyne, G. and Kitchener, M.) (2001) New Labour and the ‘modernisation’ of public management, Public Administration, 79(1).

Nolan, P. (2004) ‘Shaping the Future: The Political Economy of Work and Employment’, Industrial Relations Journal, 35(5): 378-387

Nolan, P. and Wood, S. (2003) ‘The Future of Work’, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 41(2): 165-389

Robinson, A. (ed. with Perotin, V.) (2004) ‘Employee participation, firm performance and survival’  Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and Labour-managed Firms. Vol. 8

Stuart, M. (ed) (2007) ‘The industrial relations of training and development in Europe’, European Journal of Industrial Relations. 13(3): 267-380

Stuart, M. (ed) (2008) ‘Training and employment relations’, Industrial Relations Journal (with Cooney, R.)

Stuart, M. (ed) (2002) ‘Assessing partnership: the prospects for and challenges of modernisation’, (edited with Martinez Lucio, M.) Employee Relations, Vol.24. No.3: 243-360

Refereed Journal Articles

Brown, A, ‘Job Quality and the Economics of New Labour: a critical appraisal using subjective survey data’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol.36, No.6, pp. 941–71, 2007 (with Charlwood, A., Forde, C. and Spencer, D.A.,)

Brown, A. (2007) ‘A materialist development of some recent contributions to the labour theory of value’, Cambridge Journal of Economics Advance Access published [DOI 10.1093/cje/bem017], pp.1–22, August 6, 2007

Brown, A. (2007) ‘Reorienting critical realism: a system-wide perspective on the capitalist economy’, Journal of Economic Methodology. Vol. 14, No. 4, pp.497–517, 2007

Brown, A. (2002) ‘The Euro: reflections on the first three years’, International Review of Applied Economics, Vol.16, No.1, pp.1–17, 2002 (with with Arestis, P., Mouratidis, K. and Sawyer, M.)

Brown, A. (2002) Biefang-Frisancho Mariscal, I. and Sawyer, M.C., ‘Explaining the Euro’s Initial Decline’, Eastern Economic Journal, Vol.28, No.1, pp.71–88, (with with Arestis, P. and Sawyer, M.)

Brown, A. (2002) ‘Driven to abstraction? Critical realism and the search for the “inner connection” of social phenomena’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 26(1) (with Spencer, D.A. and Slater, G.)

Brown, A. (2001) ‘Comment on Dow’s “Post Keynesianism and Critical Realism: What is the connection?”’, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Vol.23, No.2, pp.348–56,

Forde, C. (Forthcoming) ‘'You know we are not an employment agency': Manpower, government and the development of the temporary help industry in Britain’, Enterprise and Society (the Journal of the American Business History Conference).

Forde, C. (2007) 'Getting the Mix Right: The Use of Employment Contract Alternatives in the UK Construction Industry', Personnel Review, 36 (4).  (with Robert MacKenzie).

Forde, C. (2006) ‘It’s the taking part that counts? Participation, performance and external labour market conditions’, Relations Industrielles, 61 (2) (Slater, G. and Spencer, D.A.)

Forde, C. (2006) 'Fearing the Worst? The Threat of Job Loss, Participation and Productivity', Economic and Industrial Democracy, vol.27, no.3, pp.369-398. (with Slater, G. and Spencer, D.A.)

Forde, C. (2006) The Nature and Experience of Agency Working In Britain: What are the Challenges for Human Resource Management?', Personnel Review, 35 (2)., pp.141-157  (with Gary Slater)

Forde, C.  (2005) 'Agency Working in Britain: Character, Consequences and Regulation', British Journal of Industrial Relations, 43 (2) pp. 249-271 (with Gary Slater)

Forde, C. and MacKenzie, R. (2004) 'Cementing Skills: Training and Labour Use in UK Construction', Human Resource Management Journal. 14, 3.

Forde, C. (2001) Temporary Arrangements: The Activities of Employment Agencies in the UK', Work, Employment and Society, 15 (3) pp.631-644

Gardiner, J. (2007) ‘Employee availability for work and family: three Swedish case studies’, Employee Relations, 29(4): 400-414 (with Bergman, A.)

Gardiner, J. (2007) ‘Work-Life Balance over the Life Course: employees’ perspectives on retirement transitions following redundancy’ (with Mark Stuart, Chris Forde, Ian Greenwood, Rob Mackenzie, Rob Perrett), International Journal of Human Resource Management. 18(3): 476-489

Greer, I. (2008) “Social movement unionism in Germany: the case of Hamburg’s hospitals.”  Industrial Relations. Forthcoming. Forthcoming

Greer, I. (2008) önnen Gewerkschaften als soziale Bewegungen in Deutschland erfolgreich sein? Beispiele aus städtischen Kliniken.”  WSI Mittelungen.  Forthcoming.

Greer, I. (2008) “Political entrepreneurs and co-managers: Labour transnationalism at four multinational auto companies.” British Journal of Industrial Relations.  46:1. (with Marco Hauptmeier)

Greer, I. (2007) “Industrial relations, migration and neo-liberal politics: the case of the European construction sector.”  Politics and Society.  35:4. (with Nathan Lillie)

Greer, I. (2007) ‘Vertical disintegration and the disorganization of German industrial relations.’ British Journal of Industrial Relations.  45:1. (with Doellgast, V)

Greer, I. (2006) ‘The industrial determinants of transnational solidarity: Global inter-union politics in three sectors.’ European Journal of Industrial Relations. 12:1. (with Anner, Mark, Marco Hauptmeier, Nathan Lillie, Nik Winchester)

Greer, I (2005)  ‘Social Partnership in the U.S.A.? The Development Coalition in Buffalo, New York.’ International Journal of Action Research. 1:2. (with Lou Jean Fleron.)

Kirkpatrick, I. (2007) ‘Agency working and the degradation of public service employment: the case of nurses and social workers’, International Journal of Human Resource Management (with De Ruyter, A. Hoque, K., Lonsdale C. and Malan, J.)

Kirkpatrick, I. (2007) ‘Making the core contingent: managing professional agency work in UK social services’.  Public Administration (with Hoque, K.)

Kirkpatrick, I. (2007) ‘Public management reform and its consequences for professional organisation: a comparative analysis’. Public Administration, 85, 1, (Ackroyd, S., and Walker, R.)

Kirkpatrick, I. (2006) ‘Between markets and networks: the reform of social care provision in the UK’, Revista de Analisis Economico, 21, 2, Sept-Dec.

Kirkpatrick, I. (2006) ‘A retreat from permanent employment? Accounting for the rise of professional agency work in UK public services’, Work, Employment and Society, 20, 4, (Hoque, K.)

Kirkpatrick, I. (2005) ‘Taking stock of the new managerialism in English social services’, Social Work and Society [online journal] 3, 3, December.

Kirkpatrick, I. (2005) ‘Los mercados de la asistencia social en la practica: La experiencia del reino unido’. Revista Asturiana Economia, num. 32, Enero-Abril.

Kirkpatrick, I. (2005) ‘The decentralisation of employment relations in the British public sector’, Industrial Relations Journal, 36, 2, (with Hoque, K.)

Kirkpatrick, I. (2003) ‘Archetype theory and the changing professional organization: a critique and alternative’, Organization, 10, 4, pp 739-758. (with Ackroyd, S.)

Kirkpatrick, I. (2003) ‘Non-standard employment in the management and professional workforce: training, consultation and gender implications’, Work Employment and Society, 17, 4. pp 667-689. (with Hoque, K.)

Kirkpatrick, I. (2003) ‘Transforming the professional archetype?: the new managerialism in UK social services’, Public Management Review, 5, 4. (with Ackroyd, S.)

Kirkpatrick, I. (2002) ‘A jungle of competing requirements: management reform in the organizational field of UK social services’, Social Work and Social Sciences Review , 10, 3, pp 24-47.

Kirkpatrick, I., (2001) ‘Out of sight, out of mind? Assessing the impact of markets for local authority children’s services’, Public Administration, 79, 1., pp 49-71. (with Kitchener, M. and Whipp, R.)

Kirkpatrick, I. (2001) ‘Introduction to the symposium on new labour and the “modernisation” of public management’, Public Administration, 79, 1. pp 1-4. (with Boyne, G., and Kitchener, M.J.)

MacKenzie, R. ‘From networks to hierarchies: the construction of a subcontracting regime in the Irish telecomminications industry’, Organization Studies. Forthcomin

MacKenzie, R. (2006) ‘All that is Solid? Class, identity and the maintenance of a collective orientation amongst redundant Welsh steel workers’, (with Stuart, M., Forde, C., Greenwood, I., Perrett, R. and Gardner, J.) Sociology. 40(5): 833-852

MacKenzie, R. M. (2005) 'The Realities of Regulatory Change: Beyond the Fetish of Deregulation', Sociology, 39, 3. (with Martinez Lucio, M.)

Mackenzie, R. (2004) 'Unstable Boundaries: Evaluating the 'New Regulation' within Employment Relations'. Economy and Society. 33,1. (with Martinez Lucio, M.)

MacKenzie, R. (2002) 'The Migration of Bureaucracy: Contracting and the Regulation of Labour in the Telecommunications Industry', Work, Employment and Society. 16, 4.

Muzio, D. (2008) ‘The Paradoxical Processes of Feminisation in the Professions: the case of established, aspiring and semi-professions'. Work, Employment and Society Forthcoming (With Bolton, S.)

Muzio, D. (2008) ‘Globalizing Law Firms and the Expansion of the US and English Legal Profession’ Northwestern Journal of International Law and Business – Forthcoming (with Faulconbridge, J., Beaverstock, J. and P., Taylor)

Muzio, D. (2008) ‘Response to David Brock: Reasserting the Reconstructed Professional Firm’ Organization Studies, 29(1), pp 150-155 (Ackroyd, S.). Forthcoming

Muzio, D. (2008) ‘Organizational Professionalism in Global Law Firms’. Work, Employment and Society, 22(1) (with Faulconbridge, J.) Forthcoming

Muzio, D. (2007) ‘The Reconstructed Professional Firm Explaining Change in English Legal Practices’ Organization Studies, 48(5), pp 1-19. (with Ackroyd, S.)

Muzio, D. (2007) ‘Re-inserting the Professional in the Study of PSFs’ Global Networks, 7(3), pp 249-270 (with Faulconbridge, J)

Muzio, D. (2007) ‘Can’t Live with ‘Em; Can’t Live Without ‘Em: Gendered Segmentation in the Legal Profession’, Sociology, 41(1), pp 47-61. (with Bolton, S.)

Muzio, D. (2006) ‘L’Esercito di Riserva: Femminizzazione e Profitto nella Professione Legale Inglese’. Economia & Management 5, pp 107-117 (with Bolton, S.)

Muzio, D. (2006) ‘Feminization and Paradox: Stratification and Segmentation in Professional Contexts’. Irish Journal of Management, Special Issue, pp 79-93 (with Bolton, S.)

Muzio, D. (2005) ‘On the Consequences of Defensive Professionalism: the Transformation of the Legal Labour Process’. Journal of Law and Society, 32(4) pp 615-642 (with Ackroyd, S..)

Muzio, D. (2004) ‘The Professional Project and the Contemporary Re-Organization of the Legal Profession in England and Wales’. International Journal of the Legal Profession, 11(1-2) pp 33-51

Nolan, P.J. (2004) ‘Shaping the future: The political economy of work and employment’, Industrial Relations Journal, 35(5): 378-38

Nolan, P.J (2003)  ‘Mapping the Future of Work’  British Journal of Industrial Relations,  41,  pp.165-174,  (with Wood, S.)

Nolan, P.J. (2003) ‘Reconnecting with history: the ESRC Future of Work Programme’, Work, Employment and Society,  17,  pp.473-480

Robinson, A.M. (2006) Financial participation and productivity: Insights from stochastic frontier estimation. Economic and Industrial Democracy, 27(4), pp.609-635. (with Wilson, N.)

Robinson, A.M. (2006) Employee Financial Participation and Productivity: An Empirical Reappraisal. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 44(1), pp.31-50. (with Wilson, N.)

Robinson, A.M. (2006) The contemporary British workplace: a safer and healthier place?. Work, Employment and Society, 20(1), pp.87-107. (with Smallman C.)

Robinson, A.M. (2005) Employee Share Ownership: Safeguarding Investments in Human Capital. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 43(3), pp.469-488. (with Zhang, H.)

Robinson, A.M. (2004) Equal opportunities practices and enterprise performance. A comparative investigation on British and Australian data. International Labour Review, 142(4), pp.471-506,( with Perotin, V.A.T.; Loundes, J.)

Robinson, A.M.(2004) Igualdad de oportunidades y productividad empresarial. Invesigacion comparada de Australia y Reinon Unido. Revista Internacional del Trabajo, 122(4), pp.519-556 ( with Perotin, V.A.T.; Loundes, J.).

Robinson, A.M. (2004) Politiques d’Egalite des chances et resultants des enterprises: etude comparative de la situation en Australie et au Royaume-Uni. Revue Internationale du Travail, 142(4), pp.509-546, ( with Perotin, V.A.T.; Loundes, J.).

Robinson, A.M. (2002) Specific Human Capital and Partial Employee Ownership: A Transaction Cost Analysis. Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and Labor-Managed Firms, 7, pp.211 – 226,(with Wilson, N.; Zhang, H.)

Spencer, D.A. (2006) 'Work for all those who want it? Why the neoclassical labour supply curve is an inappropriate foundation for the theory of employment and unemployment', Cambridge Journal of Economics, vol.30, no.3, pp.459-472.

Spencer, D. A. (2005) 'A Question of Incentive? Lionel Robbins and Dennis H. Robertson on the Nature and Determinants of the Supply of Labour', European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, vol.12, no.2, pp.261-278.

Spencer, D.A. (2004) 'From Pain Cost to Opportunity Cost: The Eclipse of the Quality of Work as a Factor in Economic Theory', History of Political Economy, vol.36, no.2, pp.387-401.

Spencer, D.A (2003) 'Love's Labour's Lost? The Disutility of Work and Work Avoidance in the Economic Analysis of Labour Supply', Review of Social Economy, vol.61, no.2, pp.235-250, 2003.

Stuart, M. (2008) ‘A Bridge over Troubled Water: The Role of the British Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) in Facilitating Labour-Management Consultation in Public Sector Transformation’, (with Martinez Lucio, M.) Journal of Industrial Relations. Forthcoming

Stuart, M. (2007) ‘The industrial relations of learning and training: A new consensus or a new politics?’, European Journal of Industrial Relations,. 13(3) 267-268

Stuart, M. (2007) ‘Partnership approaches to learning partnerships: A seven-country study’, European Journal of Industrial Relations, (with Wallis, E.). 13(3) 301-322

Stuart, M. (2007) ‘Reconnecting Organisation and Employment – Networks and Social Capital in UK Television’, (with Saundry, R. and Antcliff, V.) Human Relations. 60(2): 371-393. 2007

Stuart, M. (2007) ‘Broadcasting discontent – freelancers, trade unions and the internet’, (with Saundry, R. and Antcliff, V.), New Technology, Work and Employment. . 22(2): 178-19. 2007

Stuart, M. (2006) ‘It’s more than who you know: Networks and trade unions in the audio-visual industries’, (with Saundry, R. and Antcliff, V.) Human Resource Management Journal. 16(4): 376-392

Stuart, M. (2005) ‘Partnership’ and New Industrial Relations in a Risk Society: An age of shotgun weddings and marriages of convenience? (with Martinez Lucio, M.), Work, Employment and Society, 19(4): 797-817

Stuart, M. (2004) ‘Swimming against the tide: social partnership, mutual gains and the revival of ‘tired’ HRM’, (with Martinez Lucio, M.) International Journal of Human Resource Management. Vol. 15. No.2: 410-424.

Stuart, M.  (2003) ‘Employees’ perceptions of training effectiveness’, Human Resource Management Journal, (with Santos, A.) Vol.13. No.1: 27-45.

Stuart, M.  (2003) ‘Training and development in Spain: the politics of modernisation’, International Journal of Training and Development, (with Martinez Lucio, M.) Vol 7. No. 1: 67-77.

Stuart, M.  (2002) ‘Social Partnership and the Mutual gains Organisation: Remaking Involvement and Trust at the British Workplace’, (with Martinez Lucio, M.) Economic and Industrial Democracy. 23(2): 177-200 (ISI listed)

Stuart, M.  (2002) ‘Assessing the principles of partnership: workplace trade union representatives’ attitudes and experiences’, (with Martinez Lucio) Employee Relations, Vol.24. No.3: 305-320

Stuart, M.  (2002) ‘Assessing partnership: the prospects for and challenges of modernisation’, Employee Relations, (with Martinez Lucio, M.) Vol.24. No.3: 252-261

Stuart, M.  (2002) ‘Training and development in Norway’, International Journal of Training and Development, (with Skule, S. and Nyen, T.) Vol. 6, No. 4: 263-276.

Stuart, M.  (2001) Contesting Partnership: evaluating the demise of a national training agreement’, Journal of Vocational Education and Training. Vol.53, No.1: 5-20.

Stuart, M.  (2001) ‘Tercera Via y relaciones de trabajo: co-participacion social, estrategias de gestion e identidad sindical en el Reino Unido’ (‘The industrial relations of the ‘Third Way’: social partnership, management strategy and union identity in the United Kingdom’), (with Martinez Lucio, M.) Sociologia del Trabajo, No. 43 October: 3-28.

Tomlinson, J. (2007) 'Female Part-time Workers’ Experiences of Occupational Mobility in the UK Service Industry' Women in Management Review. 22, 4, 305-318.

Tomlinson, J. (2007) Employment Regulation, Welfare and Gender Regimes: a comparative analysis of women’s working-time patterns and work-life balance in the UK and the US. International Journal of Human Resource Management. 18, 3, 401-415.

Tomlinson, J. (2006) ‘Routes to part-time management in service sector firms: implications for women’s skills, flexibility and progression.’ Gender, Work and Organization. 13(6): 585-605

Tomlinson, J. (2006) ‘Part-time occupational mobility in the service industries: regulation, work commitment and occupational closure.’ The Sociological Review, 54(1): 66-86.

Tomlinson, J. (2006) ‘Women’s work-life balance trajectories: reformulating choice and constraint in transitions through part-time work across the life-course.’ Special Issue: Critical perspective on family friendly policies and careers. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 34(3): 365-382.

Tomlinson, J. (2005) ‘Women returners’ attitudes towards trade unions in the UK: a consideration of the distinction between full- and part-timers.’ Industrial Relations Journal, 36(5): 402-418.

Tomlinson, J. (2004) ‘Perceptions and negotiations of the ‘business case’ for flexible careers and the integration of part-time work.’ Women in Management Review, 19(8): 413-420.

Vincent, S. (2005) ‘Reframing Exchanges: A Realist Perspective on Inter-organisational Networks’ Work, Employment and Society, 19(1) 47-6

Vincent, S. (2004). ‘The role of institutional forces, employer choice and boundary spanning agents in the formation and maintenance of inter-organisational relations’, Journal of Management Studies 41(6) 1029-56. (Marchington, M.

Vincent, S. (2003) ‘The future of professional work?  The rise of the ‘network form’ and the decline of discretion’, Human Resource Management Journal, 13(2) 45-59. (Grugulis, I. and Hebson, G)

Vincent, S. (2002) ‘New technology and changing organisational forms: implications for managerial control and skills’, New Technology, Work and Employment (Special Issue ‘Future of Work’), 17 (3): 186-203. (with Grimshaw, D. Cooke, F. L. Grugulis, I.

Vincent, S. (2002) ‘Going Privately: Partnership and Outsourcing in UK Public Services’, Public Administration, 80 (3) 475-502. (Grimshaw, D. and Willmott, H.

Vincent, S. (2002). ‘Changing Organisational Forms and the Employment Relationship,’ Journal of Management Studies, (39)5, 645- 672 (with Rubery, J. Earnshaw, J. Marchington, M. Cooke, F. L.)

Vincent, S. (2001). ‘New Control Modes and Emergent Organisational Forms: Private-Public Contracting in Public Administration and Health Service Provision’, Administrative Theory and Praxis, 23(2) 407- 430. (with Grimshaw, D. and Willmott, H.)

Wallis, E. (2005) ‘“Learners of the workplace unite!” An empirical examination of the trade union learning representative initiative”’, (with Stuart, M. and Greenwood, I.) Work, Employment and Society, 19(2): 283-304 (ISI listed)

Wallis, E.  (2004) ‘Partnership-based approaches to learning in the context of restructuring: case studies from the steel and metal sectors’, Career Development International. Vol. 9. No.1: 45-57 (with Stuart, M.)

Wallis, E. (2001) 'Industrial relations in privatised mining: a contingent strategy', (with Winterton, J.) British Journal of Industrial Relations, 39, 4: 565-583.

Contributions to Edited Books

Brown, A., ‘Economics’, entry in Hartwig, M. (ed.) (2007), Dictionary of Critical Realism, pp.115–6, London, Routledge.

Brown, A. (2003) ‘The decline of the euro in its first two years: is there a satisfactory explanation?’, in Rouchon, L. and M. Seccareccia (eds) Dollariszation, pp. 15–29, London, Routledge, (with Arestis, P., Biefang-Frisancho Mariscal, I. and Sawyer, M.C.)

Brown, A. (2003)  ‘Critical Realism and the Political Economy of the Euro’, in Downward, P. (ed.), Applied Economics and the Critical Realist Critique, pp.233–46, London, Routledge, (Arestis, P. and Sawyer, M.C.)

Brown, A. (2003) ‘Critical Realism’, entry in King, J. (ed.) The Elgar Companion to Post Keynesian Economics, pp.82–86, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar.

Brown, A. (2002) ‘Causes of Euro Instability’, in El-Agraa, A.M. (ed.) The Euro and Britain, pp.153–90, London, Financial Times / Prentice Hall, (with Arestis, P., Biefang-Frisancho Mariscal, I. and Sawyer, M.C.)

Brown, A. (2002) ‘Developing Realistic Philosophy: from critical realism to materialist dialectics’ in Brown, A., S. Fleetwood and J.M. Roberts (eds), Critical Realism and Marxism, pp.168–86, London, Routledge.

Brown, A. (2002) ‘The Marriage of Critical Realism and Marxism: happy, unhappy or on the rocks?’ introduction to Brown, A., Fleetwood, S. and Roberts, J.M. (eds), Critical Realism and Marxism, pp.1–22, London, Routledge. (with Fleetwood, S. and Roberts, J.M.)

Forde, C. (2007) 'Concrete Solutions? Recruitment Difficulties and Casualisation in the UK Construction Industry' in Dainty, A, Green, S. and Bagilhole, B. (eds.) People and Culture in Construction: A Reader, Taylor and Francis.  (with Robert MacKenzie)

Gardiner, J. (with Martinez Lucio, M.) (2006) ‘Feminization and Inequality in the New Regime of Work: From Exclusion by Design to Exclusion by Default’, in Alonso, L. E. and Martinez Lucio, M. (eds), Employment Relations in a Changing Society’: Assessing the Post-Fordist Paradigm, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.139-52

Greenwood, I. (2003) ‘Employability or lifelong flexibility: unpicking the contradictions of the European Employment Strategy’, (with Stuart, M.) in Jorgensen, C.H and Warring, N. (eds) Adult Education and the Labour Market VII: Volume A, Roskilde: Roskilde University Press: 77-97.

Greenwood, I. (2003) Employability and the flexible economy: Some considerations of the politics and contradictions of the European Employment Strategy’, (with Stuart, M.) in Alonso, L.E. and Martinez Lucio, M. (eds) Employment Relations in a Changing Society: Assessing the Post-Fordist Paradigm. Basingstoke: Plagrave-Macmillan. 104-119

Greer, I. (2007) Special Interests and Public Goods: Organized Labor’s Coalition Politics in Hamburg and Seattle.”  In Lowell Turner and Daniel Cornfield (eds).  Labor in the New Urban Battlegrounds: Local Solidarity in a Global Economy.  (Ithaca: Cornell ILR Press).  

Greer, I. (2007) “Two Paths to the High Road: Urban Organization Building Seattle and Buffalo.”  In Lowell Turner and Daniel Cornfield (eds).  Labor in the New Urban Battlegrounds: Local Solidarity in a Global Economy.  (Ithaca: Cornell ILR Press). (with Barbara Byrd and Lou Jean Fleron)

Greer, I. (2004)  “Analysing Social Partnership: A Tool of Union Revitalization?”  In Carola Frege and John Kelly (eds).  Varieties of Unionism.  (New York: Oxford University Press).  (with Michael Fichter)

Kirkpatrick, I. (2008) ‘The sociology of professions’, in Clark, T. and Kipping, M. (eds) The Oxford handbook of management Consulting, Oxford university press – forthcoming. (with Ackroyd, S., Muzio, D.)

Kirkpatrick, I. (2007) ‘From Taylor as Product to Taylorism as Process: Knowledge Intensive Firms in a Historical Perspective’, in Muzio, D. Ackroyd, S. and Chalant, F. (eds.) Redirections in the Study of Expert Labour: Law, Medicine and Management Consultancy, London: Palgrave. (with Kipping, M.)

Kirkpatrick, I. (2006) ‘Overly controlled or out of control? Management consultants and the new corporate professionalism’, in Craig, J. (ed.) Production Values: Futures for Professionalism, London: Demos.(with Kipping, M.. and Muzio, D.)

Kirkpatrick, I. (2006) ‘La organizacion y gestion de la asistencia social en el reino unido y sus consecuencias: jerarquias, mercados y redes’, in Toboso, F. and  Arias, X.C. (Eds.): Organización de gobiernos y mercados. Análisis de casos desde la Nueva Economía Institucional. PUV: Valencia.

Kirkpatrick, I. (2006) ‘Post-Fordism and the new regime of organising within the state administration’ in Alonso, L. and Martinez Lucio, M. (eds.) Change and Conflict in the ‘New Economy’: Discussing the Development of Post-Fordism, London: Palgrave – forthcoming.

Kirkpatrick, I. (2005) ‘Changes in the organization of public services and their consequences for employment relations’, in Ackroyd, S., Batt, R., Thompson, P. and Tolbert, P.S. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Work and Organisation, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (with Hebden, R.)

MacKenzie, R. (2005) The Myth of Decentralization and the New Labour Market, in Alonso, L. and Martinez-Lucio, M. Change and Conflict in the New Economy, Palgrave MacMillan. (with Chris Forde)

Muzio, D. (2007) ‘Change in the Legal Profession: Professional Agency and the Legal Labour Process’ in Muzio, D., S. Ackroyd, and J.F. Chanlat (eds) Redirections in the Study of Expert Labour: Established Professions and New Expert Occupations (Basingstoke: Palgrave) (with S. Ackroyd.)

Muzio, D. (2007) ‘Redirections in the Study of Expert Labour: Lawyers, Doctors and Business Consultants’, in Muzio, D., S. Ackroyd, and J.F. Chanlat (eds) Redirections in the Study of Expert Labour: Established Professions and New Expert Occupations (Basingstoke: Palgrave) (with Ackroyd, S. and J.F. Chanlat)

Muzio, D. (2007) ‘Le Professioni e l’Assalto Neo-Liberale: Lezioni Inglesi’ in Bertocchi, C (ed) La Vita Intelletuale: Professioni, Arte, Impresa in Italia e nel Pianeta (Bologna: Proctor).

Muzio, D. (2006) ‘Overly Controlled or out of Control? Management consultants and the new corporate professionalism’ in Craig, J. ed. Production Values: Futures for Professionalism (London: Demos) (with Kipping, M., I. Kirkpatrick.)

Nolan, P. (2002). `Employment Relations and Productivity', Industrial Relations: Theory and Practice in Britain, Ed. Edwards, P. K., Oxford: Blackwell (with O'Donnell, K.)

Nolan, P. (2002). `The Labour Market: History, Structure and Prospects', Industrial Relations: Theory and Practice in Britain, Ed. Edwards, P.K., Oxford: Blackwell (with Slater, G.)

Robinson, A.M. (2005) Employee Participation in Ownership and Profit. In: ICFAI (ed.) Employee Share Ownership Plans, ICFAI University Press (with Perotin, V.A.T.)

Robinson, A.M. (2003) Equal opportunities and productive efficiency in the workplace: Fairness, employee participation and the firm. In: D. Coffee and C. Thornley (eds.) Industrial and Labour Market Policy and Performance. Issues and Perspectives, Routledge, pp.146-157.(with Perotin, V.A.T.).

Robinson, A.M. (2002) Post-Transition Analysis of Public and Private Sector Wage Differentials in the Czech and Slovak Republics. In: Gottvald (ed.) Determinants of Individual Pay and Firm’s Pay Structures in the Czech and Slovak Republics, Vysok Skola Banska, Ostrava, (with Planovsky, J.).

Robinson, A.M. (2001) Unhealthy Attitudes that Endanger Good Performance’. In: Pickford, J. (ed.) Mastering Risk Volume 1: Concepts, Financial Times, Prentice Hall, pp.152-156, (with Smallman C.)

Robinson, A.M. (2002) Performance-related pay (with reference to profit-sharing). In: Michie (ed.) A Reader’s Guide to the Social Sciences, Fitzroy Dearborn

Stuart, M. (2008) ‘The sound of one hand clapping: The UK case ’, Lars Magnusson and Jonathan Winterton (Eds) Trade union strategies for developing competence at work: an emerging area for social dialogue New York: Peter Lang Inc

Stuart, M.  (2007) ‘Sustaining New Industrial Relations in the Public Sector: The politics of trust and co-operation in the context of organisational dementia and disarticulation’ (with M. Martinez Lucio), in P. Dibben, P. James, I. Roper, and G. Wood (eds.) Modernising Work in Public Services London: Macmillan

Stuart, M.  (2007) ‘Integrating learning into workplace bargaining machinery: an examination of trade union learning agreements.’ In Shelley, S. and Calveley, M. (eds) Learning with trade unions: A contemporary agenda in employment relations. Aldershot: Ashgate. (with Wallis, E.)

Stuart, M.  (2007) ‘Testing times: Remaking British employment relations through ‘partnership’’, (with Martinez Lucio, M.), in Peter Leisink,  Huub Ruël, Bram Steijn, Ulke Veersma (eds) Europeanisation and Industrial Relations Reform. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar

Stuart, M.  (2006) ‘Older workers and lifelong learning in the context of industrial restructuring’, (with R. Perrett) for T. Tikkanen (ed) Older workers and Lifelong Learning in International Context, Cedefop.

Stuart, M.  (2006) National and European Policies for Lifelong Learning: An Assessment of Developments within the Context of the European Employment Strategy, (with Greenwood, I.) in Kuhn, M and Sultana, R. G. (eds) Homo Sapiens Europaeus? Creating the European Learning Citizen. New York: Peter Lang Inc. 131-148

Stuart, M.  (2005) ‘Partnership and modernisation in employment relations: an introduction’, (with Martinez Lucio, M.) in Stuart, M. and Martinez Lucio, M. (eds) Partnership and Modernisation in Employment Relations. London: Routledge 1-22

Stuart, M.  (2005) ‘Trade union representatives’ attitudes and experiences of the principles and practices of partnership’, (with Martinez Lucio, M.) in Stuart, M. and Martinez Lucio, M. (eds) Partnership and Modernisation in Employment Relations. London: Routledge 101-119

Stuart, M.  (2005) ‘Where next for partnership?’, (with Martinez Lucio, M.) in Stuart, M. and Martinez Lucio, M. (eds) Partnership and Modernisation in Employment Relations. London: Routledge  266-273

Stuart, M.  (2005) ‘Suspicious minds? Partnership, trade union strategy and the politics of contemporary employment relations’, (with Martinez Lucio, M.) in Stewart, P. (ed) Employment, Trade Union Renewal and the Future of Work: The Experience of Work and Organisational Change. Basingstoke: Palgrave. 212-230

Stuart, M.  (2004) ‘Trade unions and training: an introduction’, (with Cooney, R.) in Cooney, R. and Stuart, M. Trade Unions and Training: Issues and International Perspectives, Caulfield East: Monash Key Centre in Industrial Relations. 1-18

Stuart, M.  (2004) ‘Partnership and the politics of trade union policy formation in the UK: The case of the Manufacturing, Science and Finance Union’, (with Martinez Lucio, M.) In Verma, A. and Kochan, T. (eds) Unions in the 21st Century: an International Perspective. Basingstoke: Palgrave: 191- 204

Vincent, S (2004) ‘Strategic management of outsourcing in the private sector’ in Marchington, M. Grimshaw, D. Rubery, J. and  Willmott, H. (eds.) Fragmenting work in new organisational forms: blurring boundaries and disordering hierarchies, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (with Carrol, M. Cooke, F. L., Hassard, J.)

Vincent, S. (2004) ‘The role of boundary spanning agents in managing inter-organisational relations’ in Marchington, M. Grimshaw, D. Rubery, J. and  Willmott, H. (eds.) Fragmenting work in new organisational forms: blurring boundaries and disordering hierarchies, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Cooke, F. L. and Marchington, M.)

Vincent, S. (2004) ‘Changing boundaries, shaping skills: the 'new' organisational form and employee skills’ in Marchington, M. Grimshaw, D. Rubery, J. and  Willmott, H. (eds.) Fragmenting work in new organisational forms: blurring boundaries and disordering hierarchies, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Grugulis, I.)

Vincent, S. (2004) ‘Contracts and Control in a Government IT Contract’ in Stewart, P (ed.) Employment Trade Union Renewal and the Future of Work: the Experience of Work and Organisational Change. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Grugulis, I.)

Wallis, E.  (2004) ‘Trade Unions, Partnership and the Learning Agenda: Evidence from a 7 Country European Study’, (with Stuart, M.) in Cooney, R. and Stuart, M. Trade Unions and Training: Issues and International Perspectives, Caulfield East: Monash Key Centre in Industrial Relations.  116-141

Research and policy impact

CERIC researchers have extensive experience in conducting high quality research, evaluations and impact assessments for external agencies and end users, such as corporate organisations, trade unions, charities and governmental bodies

Typically, our research would be published directly by end users, in tailored reports that present our methodological and analytically rigorous research in an accessible format for practitioners. Occassionally, the Centre will also publish its own more detailed policy reports.

Policy reports

In each case the lead CERIC author is listed. All other non-CERIC authors are typically listed in brackets.

Report 7
An Enquiry into the Morale of Junior Doctors, Ioulia Bessa, Andy Charlwood, Hugh Cook and Nicholas Jephson. August, 2016

Report 6
Employer engagement in active labour market policies in the UK and Denmark: a survey of employers, Jo Ingold and Danat Valizade. November, 2015.

Report 5
Employer Engagement in the Work Programme, Jo Ingold and Mark Stuart. CERIC. May, 2014.

Report 4
Assessing the impact of union learning and the Union Learning Fund: union and employer perspectives, Mark Stuart, Hugh Cook, Jo Cutter and Jonathan Winterton. CERIC. April, 2010.

Report 3
Professional Agency Working in Health and Social Services: Implications for Management, Ian Kirkpatrick, Kim Hoque, Alex De Ruyter and Chris Lonsdale. CERIC. July, 2009.

Report 2
Agency Working in the UK: What do we Know?, Chris Forde, Gary Slater, Francis Green. CERIC. May, 2008.

Report 1
The Social and Economic Experiences of Asylum Seekers, Migrant Workers, Refugees and Overstayers, Robert Mackenzie and Chris Forde. CERIC, 2007.

External Reports (2008-2014)

Gabriella Alberti, Zinovijus Ciupijus, Chris Forde, Hannah Lewis, Robert MacKenzie, Rosa Mas Giralt , Louise Waite (2015) Briefing: From exploitation as a problem to migration as an opportunity, Report, University of Leeds.

Gabriella Alberti, Zinovijus Ciupijus, Chris Forde, Hannah Lewis, Robert MacKenzie,  Rosa Mas Giralt , Louise Waite (2015) Migration: challenging the debate and developing a positive agenda around migration in the Yorkshire region, Summary of Roundtable Event, published by University of Leeds

Forde, C., Alberti, G. and Oliver, E. (2015) EU Social and Labour Rights and EU Internal Market Law: STUDY for the EMPL Committee, Employment And Social Affairs, European Parliament.

Forde, C. and Slater, G. (2014) The Effects of Agency Workers Regulations on agency employer practice

Bessa, I., Forde, C., Stuart, M. and Moore, S. (2013) Low Pay Commission Annual Report.

Forde, C. and Slater, G. (2011) The Role of employment agencies in pay setting, ACAS research series for the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service. May 2011. 

Stuart, M. (2011). The extent, content and outcomes of union learning agreements, Unionlearn Research Paper No.15 London: Unionlearn

Stuart, M., Clough, B. and Rees, J. (2011) Co-investing in Workforce Development: Outcomes from the Collective Learning Fund Pilots, (with.) Unionlearn Research Paper No.13 London: Unionlearn

Forde, C. and Slater, G. (2010) Survey of Non Regular Employment in Europe and the US: Report on the United Kingdom, Japanese Institute for Labour Policy and Training, June, 2010

MacKenzie, C., Forde, C. and Ciupijus, Z. (2010) Migration Worker Research Project: Final Report for the Barnsley Migration Impact Fund Project, July, 2010

(Sommerlad, H. Webley, L, Duff, L.) Muzio, D. and Tomlinson, J. (2010) Diversity in the legal profession in England and Wales: A qualitative study of barriers and individual choices. London: Legal Services Board. pp 1-83. 

Stuart, M., Martinez Lucio, M., Tomlinson, J. and (Perrett, R.) (2010) The Union Modernisation Fund – Round Two: Final Evaluation Report, (BIS Employment Relations Research Series, No. 111. pp 83, Dept for Business, Innovation and Skills: London, URN 10/1084

Stuart, M., Charlwood, A. and Martinez-Lucio, M. (2009) The Union Modernisation Fund - Round one: Final evaluation report, BIS Employment Relations Research Series No. 104. pp180, BIS: London. 2009

(Wadolkowska, E.), Forde, C and Stuart, M. (2009) Financial and Fiscal Incentives for Eskills in Europe: Best Practices and Recommendations, Final report prepared for the European Commission from the ‘Eskills funding in Europe’ Project, 184 pages, November 2009

Brown, A. Charlwood, A., Forde, C. and Spencer, D. (2009) ‘Are workers really so content?’ in Well Being and Working Life: towards an evidence-based policy agenda, Report by the ESRC and HSE, 102 Pages, September 2009

Stuart, M., Charlwood, A.,Martinez-Lucio, M. and Wallis, E. (2009) The Union Modernisation Fund: an interim progress report, BERR Employment Relations Research Series, No. 92. pp 83,  BERR: London. 2008

Previous External Reports

A collective Learning culture: a qualitative study of workplace learning agreements, Emma Wallis and Mark Stuart, unionlearn Research Series Paper 3. Trade Union Congress: London. 2007. Download a copy of A collective learning culture.

Training, union recognition and collective bargaining: findings from the 2004 Workplace Employment Relations Survey, Mark Stuart and andrew Robinson, unionlearn Research Series Paper 4. Trade Union Congress: London. 2007. Download a copy of Training, union recognition and collective bargaining.

An impact study on relocation, restructuring and the viability of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund: The impact on employment, working conditions and regional development, Mark Stuart, Chris Forde, Rob MacKenzie and Emma Wallis, Policy Department Economic and Scientific Policy Study, IP/A/EMPL/ST/2006-02, Brussels: European Parliament, pp 91. 2006. Download a copy of An impact study of the EGF.

Changing Job Quality in Great Britain 1998-2004, Andrew Brown, Andrew Charlwood, Chris Forde and David Spencer, DTI Employment Relations Research Series, No. 70. pp 70,  DTI: London. 2006. Download a copy of Changing Job Quality in Britain.

Union Modernisation Fund: Interim Evalution of the First Round, Mark Stuart, Andy Charlwood, Miguel Martinez Lucio and Emma Wallis,  DTI Employment Relations Research Series, No. 70. pp 68,  DTI: London. 2006. Download a copy of UMF: Interim Evalution.

Good industrial relations in the oil industry in the United Kingdom Forde, Chris, Rob MacKenzie, Mark Stuart and Rob Perrett. International Labour Office Sectoral Activities Programme Working Paper, WP. 230. ILO Geneva, 2005.

Working papers

The CERIC Working Paper Series publishes the output of CERIC-affiliated researchers. The Series acts to showcase the research of CERIC, and includes empirical, theoretical and policy-orientated papers, along with contributions that look to develop new methodological advances.

All papers in the Series are peer reviewed by a core Centre member and a Doctoral student prior to publication. The inclusion of our doctoral body as referees and authors is a distinctive feature of the Series.

Series Editor: Professor Chris Forde