- Atfield, G., Baldauf, B and Kispeter, E. (2021) Mitigating the impacts of COVID-19 Rapid evidence review; Education, childcare and social work and related social care workforce. Coventry: Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick.
- Elias, P., Purcell, K., Atfield, G., Kispeter, E., Day, R. and Poole, S. (2021) Ten Years On - the Futuretrack Graduates. Coventry: Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick.
- Purcell, K., Elias, P., Atfield, G, Kispeter, E., Day, R. and Poole, S. (2021) Covid 19 and graduate careers. Coventry: Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick.
- Purcell, K, Elias, P., Atfield, G. and Kispeter, E. (2021) What a difference a year makes: the impact of Covid 19 on graduate careers. Coventry: Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick.
- Green, A., Owen, D., Atfield, G., Baldauf, B., Bramley, G. and Kispeter, E. (2020). Employer decision-making around skill shortages, employee shortages and migration: Literature Review. Birmingham and Coventry: City-REDI, University of Birmingham, and Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick.
- Kispeter, E. (2019) What digital skills do adults need to succeed in the workplace now and in the next 10 years?, London, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.
- Bailey, D, Driffield, N and Kispeter, E (2019) Brexit, foreign investment and employment: some implications for industrial policy? Contemporary Social Science. DOI: 10.1080/21582041.2019.1566563.
- Alden, S, Kispeter, E, Wigfield, A and Karania, V (2019) Changing the narrative: The role of frontline worker attitudes and beliefs in shaping dementia-friendly services in England. Disability and Society. DOI: 10.1080/09687599.2019.1576506.
- Kispeter, E (2018) The economic crisis and women’s part-time work in Hungary, in English, B Frederickson, M E and Sanmiguel-Valderrama, O (eds.) Global Women's Work: Perspectives on Gender and Work in the Global Economy, Routledge.
- Kispeter, E (2018) Defining engagement and its link to productivity. What does the HRM literature tell us? SOTA Review No 13. University of Warwick, Enterprise Research Centre.
- Adamson, M and Kispeter, E (2016) ‘Gender and professional work in Hungary and the USSR: similarities, differences and continuities’, in Baker, C (ed.) Gender in Twentieth-Century Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, for the Palgrave Macmillan ‘Gender and History’ series.
- Fodor, E and Kispeter, E (2014) Making the ‘reserve army’ invisible: Lengthy parental leave and women’s economic marginalisation in Hungary, European Journal of Women’s Studies, 21(4), pp. 382-398.