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IER Doctoral alumni

Former IER PhD in Employment Research students:
  • Ilias Livanos, Exploring the changing patterns of skills in Greece : an analysis of the Greek labour market in the context of the international debate about the role of skills. Graduated 2008
  • Pamela Suzanne, The work-role transition experience of business professionals: The case of Argentinean MBAs. Graduated 2012
  • Charikleia Tzanakou, Beyond the PhD: the significance of boundaries in the early careers of highly qualified Greek scientists and engineers. Graduated 2012
  • Wan Abdullah Wan Arnidawati, Supported employment : persons with learning difficulties in Malaysia. Graduated 2013
  • Di Zhang, Early Career Development in Chinese Banking: the Impact of Overseas Education on Graduate Experiences. Graduated 2013
  • Daria Luchinskaya, "It's not already laid out for you in a small company" : UK graduates' knowledge and skills utilisation in small and large businesses. Graduated 2016
  • Mariam Gbajumo-Sheriff, Does work-life balance have a cultural face? Understanding the work-life interface of Nigerian working mothers. Graduated 2017
  • Dorothee Gnaedinger, Socio-economic factors influencing private pension provision in the Next Eleven Economies (or N-11). Graduated 2018
  • John Gough, Professional Identity: The case of English Careers Guidance Practitioners. Graduated 2018
  • Mohd Onn Rashdi Abd Patah, Developing a career in the Malaysian hotel industry: A narrative analysis of the career experiences of local middle managers. Graduated 2018
  • Szilvia Schmitsek, Dropout-rate reducing strategies in England, Denmark and Hungary. Graduated 2018
  • Olga Siemers, Skills for here or to take away? Analysing the career trajectories of mobile PhD graduates in Europe. Graduated 2018
  • Matthew Cooper, Youth unemployment in policy discourse: a tale of two recessions in the West Midlands. Graduand