European Work and Employment Research Centre

Our publications - by year

The Centre contributes to many nationally and internationally-recognised publications across a broad range of related disciplines

Journal articles

  • Annesley, C. Engeli, I. and Gains, F. (forthcoming) ’The Profile of Gender Equality Policy in Western Europe’, European Journal for Political Research. Awarded 2012 APSA Section Prize.
  • Annesley, C. Engeli, I., Gains, F. and Resodihardjo, S. (2014) ‘Policy Advocacy in Hard Times: the impact of economic performance on gendering executive attention’ West European Politics. DOI: 10.1080/01402382.2014.902168
  • Connolly, H., Marino, S. and Lucio, M.M. (2014) ‘Trade union renewal and the challenges of representation: Strategies towards migrant and ethnic minority workers in the Netherlands, Spain and the United Kingdom’, European Journal of Industrial Relations, 20 (1), pp. 5-20
  • Koukiadaki, A. (2014) The Far-Reaching Implications of the Laval Quartet: The Case of the UK Living Wage Campaign, Industrial Law Journal, 43 (2): 91-121
  • Koukiadaki, A. (2014) Litigation Strategies for Challenging the Austerity Measures on the Basis of EU Law: The cases of Greece and Portugal, Rivista Guiridica del Lavoro (in Italian), forthcoming.
  • Lopez Andreu, M. (2014): “El desempleo como potencial punto de inflexión. Un análisis biográfico de trayectorias laborales”, Sociologia del Trabajo, 81: 27-49
  • MacKenzie, R., & Lucio, M. M. (2014) ‘The colonisation of employment regulation and industrial relations? Dynamics and developments over five decades of change’, Labor History, 55(2), 189-207.
  • Mustchin, S. (2014) “Union modernisation, coalitions and vulnerable work in the construction sector in Britain.” Industrial Relations Journal. 45: 2. 121-136.
  • Piasna, A., Smith, M., Rose, J., Rubery, J., Burchell, B. and Rafferty, A. (2014) ‘Participatory HRM practices and job quality of vulnerable workers’, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 24:22, 4094-4115.
  • Rubery, J., Grimshaw, D., Hebson, G. and Ugarte, S. (forthcoming) ‘“It’s all about time”: time as contested terrain in the management and experience of domiciliary care work in England’, Human Resource Management.
  • Rubery, J. and Karamessini, M. (2014) ‘The challenge of austerity for equality: A consideration of eight European countries in the crisis’, in A. Eydoux, A. Math and H. Périvier (eds.) European labour markets in times of crisis:a gender perspective, Debates and Policies, OFCE.

Chapters in books

  • Colleoni E., Marino, S. and Galetto M. (2014) ‘Radical Unionism in Italy. Back to the future: FIOM and Chainworkers’ in Connolly, H., Kretsos L. and Phelan, C. (eds.) Radical Unions in Europe and the Future of Collective Interest Representation, Bern (Switzerland): Peter Lang
  • Grimshaw, D. (forthcoming) ‘Britain’s social model: Rapid descent from ‘liberal collectivism’ to a ‘market society’, in D. Vaughan-Whitehead (ed.) The European Social Model in Times of Economic Crisis and Austerity, Edward Elgar and the ILO.
  • Grimshaw, D., Rubery, J. and Almond, P. (forthcoming) ‘Multinational companies and the host country environment’, in A.-W. Harzing and A. Pinnington (eds.) International Human Resource Management, 4th edition, Sage.
  • Grimshaw, D., Rubery, J. and Bosch, G. (2014) ‘The pay equity effects of minimum wages: A comparative industrial relations approach’, in S. Lee and D. McCann (eds.) Creative Labour Regulation: Indeterminacy and Protection in an Uncertain World. ILO and Palgrave.
  • Koukiadaki, A. (forthcoming) ‘The EU’s institutional response to the economic crisis and its implications for labour law’, in A. Bogg, C. Costello and A. Davies (eds) Handbook of EU Labour Law (Elgar Publishing).
  • Koukiadaki, A., (forthcoming) ‘Greece’, in M. Freedland and J. Prassl (eds), EU Law in the Member States: Viking and Laval (Oxford: Hart Publishing).
  • Koukiadaki, A. (forthcoming) ‘The Impact of EU Regulation on Social Services of General Interest in the United Kingdom’ in J.C. Barbier, R. Rogowski and F. Colombe (eds) The Sustainability of the European Social Model - EU Governance, Social Protection and Social Rights in Europe, (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar).
  • Martínez Lucio, M. and Keizer, A. (2014, forthcoming) ‘Employee Representatives and Participation in the United Kingdom’, in Euwema, M., Munduate, L., Elgoibar, P., Pender, E.,
  • BelénGarcía, A. (Eds.) Promoting Social Dialogue in European Organizations: Human Resources Management and Constructive Conflict Management, Springer.
  • Menéndez, M. G., & Lucio, M. M. (2014) ‘Voice across borders: comparing and explaining the dynamics of participation in a context of change’, Handbook of Research on Employee Voice, Edward Elgar.
  • Reinecke, G. and Grimshaw, D. (forthcoming) ‘Labour market inequality between youth and adults: A special case?’, in J. Berg (ed.) Labor Market Institutions and Inequality: Building Just Societies in the 21st Century, Geneva: ILO.
  • Verd, J.M., Lopez Andreu, M. (2014) ‘The effects of non-formal training policies in a neoliberal employment model: An assessment from the capability approach’, in H.-U. Otto and H. Ziegler (eds.) Shaping the Social: Challenges for critical social policy and the possibilities of the Capability Approach, Farmington Hills, Michigan: Barbara Budrich.

Reports and Research Impact Briefings

  • Annesley, C. (2014) ‘UK Austerity Policy: a Feminist Perspective: the UK’ Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. pp. 10. http://library.fes.de/pdf-files/id/10526.pdf [German translation also].
    Burchell, B., Hardy, V., Rubery, J. & Smith, M. (2014 forthcoming) ‘A new method to understand occupational gender segregation in European labour markets’, Report for the European Commission.
  • Cartwright, J. and Grimshaw, D. (2014) ‘New forms of employment: case study on “Slivers of Time”, casual work in the UK’, Report for EuroFound.
    Countouris, N. Deakin, S. Freedland, M., Koukiadaki, A. and Prassl, J. (forthcoming in 2014) Comparative Review of the Regulation of Collective Redundancies and Temporary Agency Work, ILO Research Report (Geneva: ILO).
  • Grimshaw, D. and Rubery, J. (2014) ‘Addressing low-wage work during the recovery: How can the minimum wage and collective bargaining help modernize pay practices? FairWRC Research Briefing No. 4.
  • Grimshaw, D., Cartwright, J., Keizer, A. and Rubery, J. (2014) Coming Clean: Procurement and Contract Practices in Commercial Cleaning, Manchester: Equalities and Human Rights Commission.
  • Koukiadaki, A. (forthcoming in 2014) Can the austerity measures be challenged in supranational Courts? The cases of Greece and Portugal (Brussels: European Trade Union Confederation).
  • Koukiadaki, A. Labour Market Regulation in Greece in Light of the Sovereign Debt Crisis (forthcoming in 2014), Research paper series (Tokyo: Japan Institute for Labor Policy and Training) (in Japanese).

Books & book chapters

  • Grimshaw, D. (ed.) (2013) Minimum Wages, Pay Equity and Comparative Industrial Relations, London: Routledge.
  • Karamessini, M. and Rubery.J. (2013)  ed. Women and Austerity, Routledge IAFFE Advances in Feminist Economics. Abingdon.
  • Martinez Lucio, M. (2013) International Human Resource Management: an Employment Relations Perspective, Sage.

Journal articles

  • Annesley, C. and Gains, F. (2013) ‘Investigating the economic determinants of the UK gender equality policy agenda’ British Journal of Politics and International Relations 15 (1), 125-46.
  • Annesley, C. and Scheele, A. (2013) ‘Geschlecht, Kapitalismus und Wirtschaftskrise: Wirkung und Reaktionen’ Das Argument 55 (1/2), 210-19.
  • Holman, D. (2013). An explanation of cross-national variation in call centre job quality using institutional theory. Work Employment and Society, 27, 21-38.
  • Holman, D. (2013). Job types and job quality in Europe. Human Relations, 66, 475-502.
  • Kumar, N., Martinez Lucio, M., & Rose, R. C. (2013). Workplace industrial relations in a developing environment: barriers to renewal within unions in Malaysia. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 51(1), 22-44.
  • López Andreu, M., Verd, J. M (2013): “Employers’ strategies, capabilities and career development in Spain. A comparative case analysis at two service firms”, International Journal of Manpower, 34 (4): 345-361.
  • Martínez Lucio, M., Marino, S. and Connolly, H. (2013) ‘Broadening and reimagining regulation: Trade Unions, 'Active Servicing' and Immigration in Spain Since the Early 1990s’, The Journal of Industrial Relations, 55(2): 190-211
  • Pulignano, V., Lucio, M. M., & Walker, S. (2013) ‘Globalization, Restructuring and Unions: Transnational Co-ordination and Varieties of Labour Engagement’, Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations, 68(2): 261-289.
  • Rubery, J., Grimshaw, D. and Hebson, G. (2013) ‘Exploring the limits to local authority social care commissioning: competing pressures, variable practices and unresponsive providers’, Public Administration, 91 (2): 419-437.
  • Tavora, I. and  Rubery, J. (2013) ‘Female employment, labour market institutions and gender culture in Portugal’, European Journal of Industrial Relations 19, 3: 221-237.

Chapters in books

  • Banyuls, J., Grimshaw, D., Nestić, D. and Neumann, L. (2013) ‘Wage compression among sales assistants? Pay bargaining and ripple effects in the retail sector’, in D. Grimshaw (ed.) Minimum Wages, Pay Equity and Comparative Industrial Relations, London: Routledge.
  • Connolly, H., Martínez-Lucio, M. and Marino, S. (2013) ‘Trade Unions and migration in the UK. Equality and Migrant Workers Engagement without Collective Rights’, in Ryan, B. (ed.) Labour Migration in Hard Times: Reforming Labour Market Regulation?, The Institute of Employment Rights Publication
  • Deakin, S. and Koukiadaki, A. (2013) ‘The Sovereign Debt Crisis and the Future of Social Europe’, in N. Countouris and M. Freedland (eds) Resocialising Europe in a Time of Crisis (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
  • Grimshaw, D. (2013) ‘Austerity, privatization and levelling down: Public sector reforms in the United Kingdom’, in D. Vaughan-Whitehead (ed.) Public Sector Shock: The Impact of Policy Retrenchment in Europe, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (in association with the ILO, Geneva).
  • Grimshaw, D. (2013) ‘Minimum wages and collective bargaining: a preliminary characterisation’, in D. Grimshaw (ed.) Minimum Wages, Pay Equity and Comparative Industrial Relations, London: Routledge.
  • Grimshaw, D. and Bosch, G. (2013) ‘The intersections between minimum wage and collective bargaining institutions’, in D. Grimshaw (ed.) Minimum Wages, Pay Equity and Comparative Industrial Relations, London: Routledge.
  • Grimshaw, D. and Rubery, J. (2013) ‘The distributive functions of a minimum wage: First and Second-Order pay equity effects’, in D. Grimshaw (ed.) Minimum Wages, Pay Equity and Comparative Industrial Relations, London: Routledge.
  • Karamessini, M. and .Rubery, J. (2013) "Economic crisis and austerity: challenges to gender equality." In Women and Austerity, ed. M. Karamessini and J.Rubery, 314-352. Abingdon: Routledge,
  • Kretsos, L., & Lucio, M. M. (2013) ‘Destandardization of employment in the UK: Issues, politics and policy re-invention’, in M. Koch and M. Fritz (eds.) Non-Standard Employment in Europe: Paradigms, Prevalence and Policy Responses, Palgrave.
  • Kumar, N. and Martinez Lucio, M. (2013) ‘Developing contexts of human resource management and industrial relations: globalization and employment relations strategies and narratives’, in M. Martinez Lucio (ed.) International HRM, Sage.
  • López Andreu, M., Lope, A. Verd, J. M. (2013): "New Employment Forms. Reducing the Scope of Wage", in Clasquin, B. and Friot, B. (eds): The wage under attack. Brussels: PIE-Peter Lang. Pp. 183-206.
  • MacKenzie, R. and Martinez Lucio, M. (2013) ‘Regulating work and employment internationally: the emergence of soft regulation’, in M. Martinez Lucio (ed.) International HRM, Sage.
    Marino, S. (2013) ‘Between old and new dilemmas: describing trade unions’ inclusive strategies’, in Heelsum, A. van & Garcés-Mascareñas, B. (eds) Migration and Integration Research: Filling in Penninx's Heuristic Model, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press
  • Martinez Lucio, M. (2013) ‘Globalization, organizations and employment: the dynamics of degradation?’, in M. Martinez Lucio (ed.) International HRM, Sage.
  • Martinez Lucio, M. (2013) ‘National labour and employment relations systems and the impact of globalization,’ in M. Martinez Lucio (ed.) International HRM, Sage.
  • Martinez Lucio, M. and Mustchin, S. (2013) “Training and Workplace Skills in a Context of Globalisation: New directions and discourses in skills.” In Martinez Lucio, M. (ed.) International Human Resource Management: An Employment Relations Perspective. London: Sage.
  • Martinez Lucio, M. and Waddington, J. (2013) ‘Globalization, multinational corporations and trade unions: creating new forms of international trade unionism and new forms of representation within multinational corporations’, in M. Martinez Lucio (ed.) International HRM, Sage.
  • Neumann, L. and Grimshaw, D. (2013) ‘Pay bargaining and cost minimization in the private security services sector: a UK-Hungary comparison’, in D. Grimshaw (ed.) Minimum Wages, Pay Equity and Comparative Industrial Relations, London: Routledge.
  • Rubery, J. (2013) ‘From 'women and recession' to 'women and austerity': a framework for analysis.’ In Women and Austerity, ed. M.Karamessini and J.Rubery, 17-37. Abingdon: Routledge,
  • Rubery, J. and Rafferty, A. (2013) ‘Gender, recession and austerity in the UK.’ In Women and Austerity, ed. M. Karamessini and J.Rubery, 123-144. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Weinkopf, C., Banyuls, J. and Grimshaw, D. (2013) ‘Business cleaning: how important are minimum wage standards?’, in D. Grimshaw (ed.) Minimum Wages, Pay Equity and Comparative Industrial Relations, London: Routledge.

Reports and Research Impact Briefings

  • Grimshaw, D. (2013) At Work but Earning Less: Review of Evidence, Issues and Policy on Decent Pay and Minimum Wages for Young People, ILO Employment Working Paper, No. ?, Youth Employment Programme and Conditions of Work and Employment Programme (forthcoming) (pp90); accompanied by an ILO G20 Briefing Note, ‘Decent pay and minimum wages for young people’.
  • Smith, M., Piasna, A., Burchell, B., Rubery, J., Rafferty, A., Rose, J. and Carter, L. (2013) Women, men and working conditions in Europe, Eurofound Dublin Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg.

Books, journal articles and research reports

  • Fagan, C., M. Gonzáléz Menéndez and Gómez Ansón, S. (eds.) (2012). Women on corporate boards and in top management: European trends and policy. Palgrave, in press.
  • Fagan, C., A., Kanjuo-Marcela and Norman, H. (2012). ‘Young adults and employment policies’. In T. Knijn, (eds), Social policies in Europe in times of fluid family-lives and flexible labour markets, Palgrave, in press.
  • Fagan, C., Lyonette, C., Smith, M. and Saldaña-Tejeda, A. (2012). ‘The influence of Working Time Arrangements on Work-Life Integration or ‘Balance’: a review of the international evidence’. Background Report to the International Labour Office for the ILO Tripartite Meeting of Experts on Working time Arrangements; ILO Working Paper, in press.
  • Grimshaw, D. (2012). ‘The economic crisis and policy change: the agenda and consequences of the Cameron government’. Sistema, forthcoming
  • Grimshaw, D. and Figueiredo, H. (2012). ‘Women’s changing job structure in Europe: patterns of job concentration, low pay and welfare state employment’. In Macias-Fernandez, E. and Hurley, J. (eds.), Transformations of the Employment Structure in the EU and US, 1995-2007, London: Routledge
  • Grimshaw, D. and Rubery, J. (2012). ‘The end of the UK’s liberal collectivist social model? The implications of the coalition government’s policy during the austerity crisis’. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 36 (1): 105-126.
  • Grimshaw, D. and Rubery, J. (2012). ‘Reinforcing neoliberalism: crisis and austerity in the UK’. In S. Lehndorff (ed.) A Triumph of Failed Ideas: European Models of Capitalism in the Crisis, Brussels: ETUI.
  • Marino, S. (2012). ‘Trade Union Inclusion of Migrant and Ethnic Minority Workers: an Italy-Netherlands Comparison’. European Journal of Industrial Relations
  • Miozzo, M., Lehrer, M., DeFillippi, B., Grimshaw, D. and Ordanini, A. (2012). ‘Economies of scope through multi-unit skill systems: The organisation of large design firms’. British Journal of Management (in press, published online 7 May 2010)
  • Rubery, J.and Rafferty, A. (2012). ‘Women and recession revisited’. Work, Employment and Society.
  • Teasdale, N., Fagan, C., and Shepherd, C. (2012). ‘Women’s representation on the boards of UK listed companies’. In C. Fagan, M. Gonzáléz Menéndez and S. Gómez Ansón (eds.), Women on corporate boards and in top management: European trends and policy. Palgrave, in press.

Books, journal articles and research reports

  • Donnelly, R., Grimshaw, D. and Miozzo, M. (2011). ‘Does the UK have a ‘comparative institutional advantage’ that is supportive of the IT services sector?’. New Technology, Work and Employment, 26 (2): 98-112.
  • Fagan, C. and Norman, H. (2011). ‘National Expert Assessment of the Gender Perspective in The National Reform Programme for Employment’ Report for the EU Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment to the EC Directorate-General Employment and Social Affairs, Unit G1 ‘Equality between women and men’, European Commission, Brussels.
  • Fagan, C. and Norman, H. (2011). ‘Out of school care arrangements and reconciliation between work and family life’ Report for the EU Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment to the EC Directorate-General Employment and Social Affairs, Unit G1 ‘Equality between women and men’, European Commission, Brussels.
  • Fagan, C. and Walthery, P. (2011). ‘Individual working-time adjustments between full-time and part-time working in European firms’. Social Politics, 18 (2): 269-299 [in the special issue ‘Sen’s Capabilities and Agency Framework Applied to Work–Life Balance Across European Welfare States and Within Work Organizations’ Edited by Barbara Hobson, Sonja Drobnı´c, and Colette Fagan}
  • Grimshaw, D. (2011) ‘Low wage work during the crisis: policy measures in the UK’, International Labor Brief, Korea Labor Institute (published in Korean).
  • Grimshaw, D. (2011) ‘What do we know about low wage work and low wage workers? Analysing the definitions, patterns, causes and consequences in international perspective’ ILO Conditions of Work and Employment Series, No. 28 (pp62). (Preface by Chief of division, Manuela Tomei).
  • Grimshaw, D., Holman, D., Johnson, S., Marchington, M., Mustchin, S. and Ugarte, S. (2011) The recession in the Northwest: What happened to businesses, jobs and workers? Fairness at Work Research Group, Manchester Business School.
  • Grimshaw, D. and Rafferty, A. (2011). ‘Recession and Inequalities: The UK Case’. In: D. Vaughan-Whitehead (ed.) Inequalities in the world of work: the effects of the crisis, London: Palgrave.
  • Grimshaw, D. and Rafferty, A. (2011). ‘Social impact of the crisis in the UK: a focus on gender and age inequalities’. In Vaughan-Whitehead, D. (ed.) Inequalities in the World of Work: the Effects of the Crisis, Palgrave.
  • Grimshaw, D. and Rubery, J. (2011) ‘Managing people in networked organisations: Identifying the challenges for health and social care’, Report for the Centre for Workforce Intelligence, www.cfwi.org.uk/intelligence (pp26).
  • Grimshaw, D. and Rubery, J. (2011). ‘Multinational companies and the host country environment’. In A.-W. Harzing and A. Pinnington (eds.) International Human Resource Management. 3rd edition, Sage.
  • Grimshaw, D., Rubery, J. and Almond, P. (2011). ‘Multinational companies and the host country environment’. In A.-W. Harzing and A. Pinnington (eds.) International Human Resource Management, 3rd edition, Sage.
  • Harding, A. Sensier, M., Rubery, J. and Rees, J., (2011). “Understanding the demand for skills and labour in the North of England”, N8 Research Partnership, the impact of demographic change in the functional economies of the North of England Final Report, Strand 2.
  • Harvey, G., Fitzgerald, L., Fielden, S., McBride, A., Waterman, H., Bamford, D., Kislov, R. and Boaden, R. (2011). ‘The NIHR collaboration for leadership in applied health research and care (CLAHRC) for greater Manchester: combining empirical, theoretical and experiential evidence to design and evaluate a large-scale implementation strategy’. Implementation Science, 6(96).
  • Hebson, G. and Cox, A. (2011). ‘The gendered implications of corporate value change,’ Gender, Work and Organization, 18 (2),: 182- 202
  • Holman, D., and McClelland, C. R. (2011). ‘Job quality in growing and declining economic sectors of the EU’. An output for the Work and Life Quality in New and Growing Jobs project. Manchester, UK: eScholarID:147910.
  • Hyde, P., McBride, A. (2011). ‘The Healthcare Workforce’. In K. Walshe and J. Smith (eds), Healthcare Management. Maidenhead: Open University Press.
  • Keizer, B. (2011) "The Introduction of Competency Pay in Japan." In Emerging Perspectives in Japanese Human Resource Management, ed. Sierk Horn, 45-72. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Publishing, 2011
  • Keizer, A. (2011) "Flexibility in Japanese Internal Labour Markets: The Introduction of Performance-Related Pay." Asia Pacific Journal of Management 28, no. 3: 573-594
  • Keizer, A.B. (2011). 'Non-Regular Employment in the Netherlands', Non-Regular Employment: Issues and Challenges Common to the Major Developed Countries, 2011 JILPT Seminar on Non-Regular Employment, JILPT Report No. 10, Tokyo, pp. 141-78.  
  • Marchington, M., Hadjivassiliou, K., Cox, A. and Martin, R. (2011). ‘Employment relations across organisational boundaries’. In K. Townsend, and A. Wilkinson (eds) The Future of Employment Relations. London: Palgrave.
  • Marchington, M., Rubery, J. and Grimshaw, D. (2011). ‘Alignment, integration and consistency in HRM across multi-employer networks’. Human Resource Management, 50(2): 313-339.
  • McBride, A. (2011). "Lifting the Barriers? Workplace Education and Training, Women and Job Progression". Gender, Work and Organization 18(5): 528-547. DOI:10.1111/j.1468-0432.2011.00574.x
  • McClelland, C. R., and Holman, D. (2011). ‘Stakeholder perspectives on domiciliary elderly care in the UK’. An output for the Work and Life Quality in New and Growing Jobs project. Manchester, UK:
  • McClelland, C. R., and Holman, D. (2011). ‘Stakeholder perspectives on hospitality in the UK’. An output for the Work and Life Quality in New and Growing Jobs project. Manchester, UK.
  • Miozzo, M. and Grimshaw, D. (2011). ‘Capabilities of large services outsourcing firms: The ‘outsourcing plus staff transfer model’ in EDS and IBM’. Industrial and Corporate Change, 20 (3): 909-940.
  • Mustchin, S. (2011). “Unions, learning, migrant workers and trade union revitalisation in Britain”. Work, Employment and Society.
  • Plantenga, J., Fagan, C., Maier, F. and Remery C. (2011) ‘Study for the development of the basic structure of a European Union Gender Equality Index’.Report submitted to the European Commission’s European Institute for Gender Equality.
  • Rafferty, A. (2011). “Choice and welfare reform: Lone Parent’s decision making around paid-work and family life”. Journal of Social Policy, vol. 40(2): 275-293. DOI:doi:10.1017/S004727941100002X
  • Rafferty A., Grimshaw, D. and Rubery, J. (2011). ‘Workforce risks and opportunities: Working time practices in nursing and midwifery’, report for Department of Health (Centre for Workforce Intelligence).
  • Rafferty A., Grimshaw, D. and Rubery, J. (2011). ‘Economic crisis and the changing labour market context of the National Health Service’. report for Department of Health (Centre for Workforce Intelligence).
  • Rubery, J. (2011). "Reconstruction amid deconstruction: or why we need more of the social in European social models". Work, Employment and Society. 25(4): 658-674 DOI:DOI: 10.1177/0950017011419718
  • Rubery, J. (2011)."Towards a gendering of the labour market regulation debate". Cambridge Journal of Economics, 35(6): 1103-1126.
  • Rubery, J. and Grimshaw, D. (2011). ‘Gender and the minimum wage’ In S. Lee and D. McCann (eds.), Regulating for Decent Work. Basingstoke and Geneva: Palgrave and ILO.
  • Rubery, J., Hebson, G., Grimshaw, D., Carroll, M., Smith, L., Marchington, L., Ugarte, S. (2011) ‘The recruitment and retention of a care workforce for older people’, Report for the Department of Health as part of its Social Care Workforce Initiative (pp435).
  • Rubery, J. and Urwin, P. (2011). "Bringing the employer back in: why social care needs a standard employment relationship". Human Resoruce Management Journal, 21(1): 122–137.
  • Sibbald, B., McBride, A., Birch, B. (2011). ‘Labour substitution and efficiency in healthcare delivery: General principles and key messages’. London: Centre for Workforce Intelligence. eScholarID:143997.

Books, journal articles and research reports

  • Anxo, D., Bosch, G. and Rubery, J. (2010). The Welfare State and Life Transitions. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • Anxo,D., Bosch, G. and Rubery, J. (2010). ‘Shaping the life course’. In D. Anxo, G. Bosch, and J. Rubery, (eds.), The Welfare State and Life Transitions. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 1-77.
  • Berrebi-Hoffmann, I., Grimshaw, D., Lallement, M. and Miozzo, M. (2010). ‘Employment challenges facing the knowledge economy in Europe: The case of IT services’. Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation, 4 (1): 84-103.
  • Currie G, Fitzgerald L, Keen J, McBride A, Martin G. (2010). ‘An organizational behaviour perspective upon CLAHRCs: mediating institutional challenges through change agency’. In Organisational behaviour in Healthcare. Birmingham.
  • Fagan, C. (2010). ‘National Expert Assessment of the Gender Perspective in The National Reform Programme for Employment’ Report for the EU Expert Group on Gender, Social Inclusion and Employment to the EC Directorate-General Employment and Social Affairs, Unit G1 ‘Equality between women and men’, European Commission, Brussels. September, 43 pp.
  • Grimshaw, D. (2010). ‘Can more inclusive wage-setting institutions improve low wage work? Pay trends in the United Kingdom’s public-sector hospitals’. International Labour Review, 148 (4): 439-459.
  • Grimshaw, D. and Lehndorff, S. (2010). ‘Anchors for job quality: Sectoral systems of employment in the European context’. Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation, 4 (1): 24-40.
  • Grimshaw, D. and Rubery, J. (2010). ‘Minimum Wage Systems and Changing Industrial Relations in Europe:Comparative Report’ Brussels: European Commission DG employment and social affairs.
  • Grimshaw, D. and Rubery, J. (2010). ‘Pay and working time: Shifting contours of the employment relationship’. In T. Colling and M. Terry (eds.) Industrial Relations: Theory and Practice, 3rd Edition, Chichester: John Wiley and Sons.
  • Grimshaw, D., Rubery, J. and Marchington, M. (2010). ‘Managing people across hospital networks in the UK: Multiple employers and the shaping of HRM’. Human Resource Management Journal, 20 (4): 407-423.
  • Marchington, M. and Timming, A. (2010). ‘Participation across organisational boundaries’. In A. Wilkinson, Paul J. Gollan, Marchington, M. and D. Lewin (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Participation in Organizations. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Marchington, M., Waddington, J. and Timming, A. (2010). ‘Employment relations in Britain’. In G. Bamber, R. Lansbury, and N. Wailes (eds), International and Comparative Employment Relations. Sydney, Allen and Unwin.
  • Martinez Lucio, M. (2010). ‘Labour Process and Marxist Perspectives on Employee Representation’. In A. Wilkinson, Paul J. Gollan, Marchington, M. and D. Lewin (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Participation in Organizations. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Méhaut, P., Berg, P., Grimshaw, D. and Jaehrling, K. (2010). ‘Cleaning and nursing in hospitals: institutional variety and the reshaping of low wage jobs’. In J. Gautié and J. Schmitt (eds.) Low-Wage Work in the Wealthy World. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
  • Rodriguez Ruiz, O. and Martinez Lucio, M. (2010). ‘The study of HRM in Spain: the Americanization of Spanish research and the politics of denial?’ International Journal of Human Resource Management 21 (1): 125-143.
  • Rubery, J. (2010) ‘Institutionalizing the employment relationship’. In G. Morgan et al. (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Institutional Analysis. Oxford: OUP.
  • Rubery, J. (2010). ‘The UK welfare state: more than residual but still insufficient’ In D.Anxo, G.Bosch, J. Rubery(eds), The Welfare State and Life Transitions. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 78-103.
  • Rubery, J., Grimshaw, D. and Marchington, M. (2010). ‘Blurring boundaries and disordering hierarchies: challenges for employment and skills in networked organisations’, PRAXIS paper No. 6 (June), UK Commission for Employment and Skills.
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About EWERC

The European Work and Employment Research Centre was established in 1994 to build upon and develop expertise in comparative and inter-disciplinary research in the area of work and employment.

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