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IER Publications 2014

Refereed journals

  • Behle, H. (2014). European Mobility of UK educated graduates. Who stays, who goes? Higher Education Quarterly. 68(3), pp. 288-304.

  • Bimrose, J., Brown, A., Holocher-Ertl, T., Kieslinger, B., Kunzmann, C., Prilla, M., Schmidt, A. and Wolf, C. (2014). The Role of Facilitation in Technology-Enhanced Learning for Public Employment Services. International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning. 7(3), pp. 56 - 63.

  • Bimrose, J., Watson, M., McMahon, M., Haasler, S., Tomassini, M. and Suzanne, P. (2014). The problem with women? Challenges posed by gender for career guidance practice. International Journal for Educational & Vocational Guidance. 14(1), pp.77-88. DOI: 10.1007/s10775-013-9256-9.
  • Brown, A. (2014). Developing Career Adaptability and Innovative Capabilities Through Learning and Working in Norway and the United Kingdom. Journal of the Knowledge Economy, 5, Online First. DOI 10.1007/s13132-014-0215-6.

  • Brown, A. and Bimrose, J. (2014). Model of Learning for Career and Labour Market Transitions. Research in Comparative and International Education. 9(3), pp. 270-286. DOI: 10.2304/rcie.2014.9.3.270
  • Casey, B. (2014). From pension funds to piggy banks: (Perverse) consequences of the Stability and Growth Pact since the crisis. International Social Security Review. 67(1), pp. 27-48.
  • 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.
  • Hogarth, T. and Gambin, L. (2014). Employer investment in Apprenticeships in England: an exploration of the sensitivity of employers in the construction sector to the net costs of training. Construction Management And Economics. Published online 24 June 2014. DOI: 10.1080/01446193.2014.923577.
  • Hughes, D. and Bimrose, J. (2014). Work inspiration for more young people in the UK : A call for action. The [Korean] Journal of Career Education Research, 27(4), pp. 129-144.

  • Kampichler, M. and Kispeter, E. (2014). Public maternalism in the Czech Republic and Hungary: work family policies in two post-socialist welfare states. The sociological issues aspects of Central Europe.

  • Kremakova, M. (2014). Trust, access, and diverging notions of public and private: a returning insider’s experience of research in Bulgaria. Sociological Research Online. 19(4), 12. DOI: 10.5153/sro.3487

  • Tunstall, R., Green, A., Lupton, R., Watmough, S. and Bates, K. (2014). Does poor neighbourhood reputation create a neighbourhood effect on employment? The results of a field experiment in the UK. Urban Studies, 51(4), pp. 763-780

  • Warhurst, C., Nickson, D., Commander, J. and Gilbert, K. (2014) ‘Role stretch’: assessing the blurring between non-teaching and teaching in the classroom assistant role in Scotland, British Educational Research Journal. 40(1), pp. 170-186.


  • Bimrose, J. and Brown, A. (2014). Mid-Career Progression and Development: The Role for Career Guidance and Counseling. In: Arulmani, G., Bakshi, A.J., Leong, F.T.L., Watts, T., eds. Handbook of Career Development: International Perspectives. New York: Spinger, pp. 203-222. ISBN 978-1-4614-9460-7.

  • Bimrose, J., McMahon, M. and Watson, M. (2014). Older Women’s Retrospective Narratives of their Work and Learning Pathways. In: Arulmani, G., Bakshi, A.J., Leong, F.T.L., and Watts, T., eds. Handbook of Career Development: International Perspectives. New York: Springer, pp. 555-570. ISBN 978-1-4614-9460-7.

  • Brown, A. (2014). Preparing young people for a changing labour market. In: Policy Network, ed. Making progressive politics work: a handbook of ideas. London: Policy Network, pp. 115-118.

  • James, S. and Warhurst, C. (2014). Questioning the UK government’s vision of higher education and social mobility: evidence from a non-graduate occupation. In: Libertella, A. and Natale, S., eds. Higher Education: Education and Social Mobility. New York: Global Scholarly Publications. pp. 67-90.

  • Elias, P. (2014). A European Perspective on Research and Big Data Analysis. In: Lane, J., Stodden, V., Nissenbaum, H. and Bender, S., eds. Privacy, Big Data and the Public Good: Frameworks for Engagement. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 173-191. ISBN 978-1-107-06735-6
  • Lindley, R. and Principi, A. (2014). Organisational reflections on the impact of working and caring on older volunteering. In: Principi, A., Jensen, P.H. and Lamura, G., eds. Active ageing: Voluntary work by older people in Europe. Bristol: The Policy Press, pp. 275-296. ISBN 9781447307204.
  • Lindley, R., Baldauf, B., Galloway, S., and Li, Y. (2014). Older volunteers in England: Towards greater flexibility and inclusiveness? In: Principi, A., Jensen, P.H. and Lamura, G., eds. Active ageing: Voluntary work by older people in Europe. Bristol: The Policy Press, pp. 119-133. ISBN 9781447307204.
  • Warhurst, C. and Wright, S. (2014). If it's innovation you want, think about job quality. In: BBVA (eds) Reinventing the Company in the Digital Age, Madrid: BBVA, pp. 157-174.


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