IER Publications 2019
Bailey, D., Driffield, N. & Kispeter, E. (2019) Brexit, foreign investment and employment: some implications for industrial policy?, Contemporary Social Science, DOI: 10.1080/21582041.2019.1566563
Bimrose, J., & Brown, A. (2019) Professional identity transformation: supporting career and employment practitioners at a distance, British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 47, 6, pp. 757-769.
Bimrose,J. , Brown. A., Mulvey, R., Kieslinger, B. and Dewanti, R.T. (2019) Transforming identities and co-constructing careers of career counselors, Journal of Vocational Behaviour, Volume 111, April, pp 7-23.
Eikhof, D. R., Newsinger, J., Luchinskaya, D., and Aidley, D. (2019). And… action? Gender, knowledge and inequalities in the UK screen industries. Gender, Work & Organization. Advance online publication.
Meardi, G., Simms, M., & Adam, D. (2019). Trade unions and precariat in Europe: Representative claims. European Journal of Industrial Relations.
Orton, M. (2019) Challenges for anti-poverty action: developing approaches that are solutions focused, participative and collaborative. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 27 (1): 131-136.
Warhurst, C., Barnes, S-A., Wright, S. et al (2019), Guidance paper on key concepts, issues and developments: Conceptual framework guide and working paper . BEYOND 4.0 project. Deliverable D2.1. Version 2.0 November 2019.
Baldauf, .B. and Luchinskaya, D. (2019) Graduate choices in post-education jobs and careers – a literature review. London: Department for Education.
Barnes, S-A. and Wright, S.A. (2019). The feasibility of developing a methodology for measuring the distance travelled and soft outcomes for long-term unemployed people participating in Active Labour Market Programmes. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
Dickinson, P., Warhurst, C., Corvo, L., Ludicone, F. and Demetriades, S. (2019) Cooperatives and social enterprises: Work and employment in selected countries, Dublin: Eurofound.
Dickinson, P. (2019) Choices students make between different post-18 education routes. London: Department for Education
Hunt, W. and Atfield, G. (2019) The wider (non-market) benefits of post 18 education for individuals and society. London: Department for Education.
Hunt, W., Sarkar, S. and Warhurst, C. (2019) People and Machines: from hype to reality: Technical Report, London: CIPD.
Luchinskaya, D. and Dickinson, P. (2019). The adult skills gap: is falling investment in UK adults stalling social mobility? London: Social Mobility Commission (Social Mobility Commission Report).
Lyonette, C., Atfield, G., Baldauf, B. and Owen, D. (2019) Research on the educational psychologist workforce: research report. Department for Education (March).
Lyonette, C. and Baldauf, B. (2019) Family-friendly working policies and practices: Motivations, influences and impacts for employers. London: Government Equalities Office. (full report)
Lyonette, C. and Baldauf, B. (2019) Family-friendly working policies and practices: Motivations, influences and impacts for employers. London: Government Equalities Office. (summary report)
Warhurst, C; Muñoz de Bustillo, L. R.; Antón Pérez, J-I.; Grande Martín, R.; Pinto, H. F.; Wright, S. (2019). Upward convergence in working conditions, Eurofound, ISBN: 978-92-897-1997-1.