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.
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.
Baldauf, .B. and Luchinskaya, D. (2019) Graduate choices in post-education jobs and careers – a literature review. London: Department for Education.
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.
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
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.
Kispeter, E. (2019) Current and Future Demand for Digital Skills at the work. Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.
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)
Meardi, G., Simms, M., & Adam, D. (2019). Trade unions and precariat in Europe: Representative claims. European Journal of Industrial Relations.