IER's PhD students:
- Mohammed Adbullahi, What are the return propensities of Nigerian Medical Doctors in the UK?
- Gianni Anelli Lopez, What new information can be learned by the extraction of data about skills needed in the workplace through online labour platforms using techniques from data science?
- Mags Bexon, The use of information communications technology (ICT) and labour market intelligence (LMI) in careers education and guidance
- Rebeka Balogh, Investigating mechanisms between precarious employment and workers’ mental health. A longitudinal approach
- Bhaskar Chakravorty, Improving skills in Bihar: Field experiment to reduce attrition for skill-based training programmes and improve job uptake and retention
- Sharon Chohan, New Public Management and its impact on the Voluntary Sector: a case study of youth unemployment services in Coventry
- Wafaa Elmezraoui, How does personality type affect ICT usage for workers? A comparative study on optimising work-life enrichment in a multi-national company in the UK and Germany
- Andreana Glendinning, Investigating barriers to military veterans entering civilian employment with an emphasis on gender and social inequalities
- Tannis Goddard, Online Practice in Career Guidance
- Barbara Janta, Impact of family formation on Polish migrants' settlement in the United Kingdom
- Danya Nusseir, Exploring the role of digital literacy in integration of marginalised communities: Arab refugee women and access to the labour market in Jordan, Lebanon and the UK
- Joanna Octavia, Add me to the group: How informal workers organise in the internet age
- Rebecca Wilde, An Empirical study of the Nursing labour supply decision in England
- Jon Winfield, Understanding employer delivery of good work in the UK
- Petra Wolf, A social constructionist perspective on older women's experience of work in the grocery retail sector in the UK
- Jiang Yang, Exploring the relationship between innovation and job quality: evidence from China
- Xiaotong Zhang, What are enablers, constraints, processual mechanisms and methods of female self-employment and female entrepreneurship in Beijing?
Find out more about our IER alumni who have been awarded their PhD in Employment Research on the IER doctoral alumni pages.
The following are some of the posters IER PhD students have completed: