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IER Publications 2015

Refereed journals

  • Barnes, S-A., Green, A. and de Hoyos, M. (2015). Crowdsourcing and work: individual factors and circumstances influencing employability. New Technology, Work and Employment. 30(1), pp. 16 - 31. DOI:10.1111/ntwe.12043.
  • Bender, S. and Elias, P. (2015). Forschung mit Big Data – die europäische Perspektive. Bundesgesundheitsblatt. 8, pp 72-87.

  • Bimrose, J., Barabasch, A., Brown, A. and Mulvey, R. (2015). Mid-career changes symposium. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling. 43(3), pp.255-262. DOI:
10.1080/03069885.2015.1037098
  • Bimrose, J., Kettunen, J. and Goddard, T. (2015). ICT - the new frontier? Pushing the boundaries of careers practice. British Journal Of Guidance and Counselling. 43(1), 8-23.
  • Brown, A. (2015). Mid-career reframing: the learning and development processes through which individuals seek to effect major career changes. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling. 43(3), pp. 278-291. DOI: 10.1080/03069885.2015.1028888
  • Brown, A. (2015). Developing Career Adaptability and Innovative Capabilities Through Learning and Working in Norway and the United Kingdom. Journal of the Knowledge Economy. 6(2), pp. 402-419. DOI 10.1007/s13132-014-0215-6.
  • Gambin, L. and Hogarth, T. (2015). Factors affecting completion of apprenticeship training in England. Journal of Education and Work (Online first). DOI:10.1080/13639080.2014.997679.
  • Green, A., Atfield, G. and Purcell, K. (2015). Fuelling displacement and labour market segmentation in low-skilled jobs? Insights from a local study of migrant and student employment. Environment and Planning A. (Online First) DOI: 10.1177/0308518X15614327

  • Green, A.E. and Livanos, I. (2015). Involuntary non-standard employment and the economic crisis: regional insights from the UK. Regional Studies. 49(7), pp. 1223 - 1235.
  • Green, A. and Livanos, I. (2015). Involuntary non-standard employment in Europe. European Urban and Regional Studies. (Online First) DOI: 10.1177/0969776415622257
  • Knox, A., Warhurst, C., Nickson, D. and Dutton, E. (2015). More than a feeling: using hotel room attendants to improve understanding of job quality’, International Journal of Human Resource Management. 26(12) , pp. 1547-1567.
  • Lyonette, C. (2015). Part-time work, work-life balance and gender equality. The Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 37(3), pp.321-333.
  • Lyonette, C. and Crompton, R. (2015). Sharing the load? Partners' relative earnings and the division of domestic labour. Work Employment Society. 29(1), pp. 23-40.
  • Rosa, R., Lorga, C. and Lyonette, C. (2015). Marriage and Gender Inequality: Work-family Arrangements of Portuguese and British Highly Qualified Women. Community Work and Family (Online first).
  • Warhurst, C., Tholen, G., James Relly, S. and Commander, J. (2015, forthcoming). Higher education, graduate skills and the skills of graduates : the case of graduates as residential sales estate agents. British Educational Research Journal.
  • White, R.J. and Green, A.E. (2015). The importance of socio-spatial influences in shaping young people's employment aspirations: case study evidence from three British cities. Work, Employment and Society 29(2), pp. 295-313.

Chapters

  • Behle, H., Atfield, G., Elias, P., Gambin, L., Green, A., Hogarth,T., Purcell,K., Tzanakou. C. and Warhurst, C. (2015). Reassessing the employment outcomes of higher education. In: Huisman, J. and Case, J. (eds.) Investigating Higher Education. London: SRHE/Routledge Book Series Research into Higher Education (pp. 114-131).
  • Bimrose, J., McMahon, M. and Watson, M. (2015). Introduction. In: Bimrose, J., McMahon, M. and Watson, M. (Eds.) Women’s career development through the lifespan: An international perspective. London: Routledge (pp. 1-9). (ISBN 978-0-415-81677-9)

  • Bimrose, J. (2015). Voices of women from England. In: Bimrose, J., McMahon, M. and Watson, M. (Eds.), Women’s career development through the lifespan: An international perspective. London: Routledge (pp. 139-151). (ISBN 978-0-415-81677-9)

  • Bimrose, J. and Brown, A. (2015). Career decision making and career adaptability. In: Maree, K. and Di Fabio, A. (Eds.) Exploring New Horizons in Career Counselling:
Turning Challenge into Opportunities. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers (pp. 249 - 262). (ISBN 9789463001526)
  • Bimrose, J., McMahon, M. and Watson, M. (2015). Epilogue. In: Bimrose, J., McMahon, M. and Watson, M. (Eds.) Women’s career development through the lifespan: An international perspective. London: Routledge (pp. 263-264). (ISBN 978-0-415-81677-9)

  • Brown, A. and Bimrose, J. (2015). Identity Development. In: Hartung, P. J., Savickas, M. L., and Walsh, W. B. (Eds.) APA handbook of career intervention, Volume 2: Applications. APA handbooks in psychology. Washington, DC, US: American Psychological Association (pp. 241-254).
  • Eikhof, D.R. and Warhurst, C. (2015). When good jobs go bad and bad jobs get worse: women's progression opportunities in a polarized labour market. In: J. Bimrose, M. McMahan and M. Watson (eds) Women's Career Development Throughout the Lifespan: An International PerspectiveI, London: Routledge.
  • Gambin, L. and Hogarth, T. (2015). The Costs and Benefits of Apprenticeships to Employers: Policy, Funding and Training Quality. In: Shipton, H., Budhwar, P., Sparrow, P. and Brown, A. (eds) Human Resource Management, Innovation and Performance. UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Green, A. (2015). Geographical perspectives on women’s careers – why and how space matters. In: Bimrose J., McMahon M. and Watson M. (eds.) Women’s Career Development throughout the lifespan: an international exploration. London: Routledge, pp. 11-25. (ISBN 978-0-415-81677-9)
  • Green, A., de Hoyos, M., Barnes, S-A., Baldauf, B. and Behle, H. (2015) ICT, internet-enabled work and implications for space and entrepreneurship. In: Mason C., Reuschke, D., Syrett, S. and van Ham, M. (eds.) Entrepreneurship in Cities: Neighbourhoods, Households and Homes, pp. 58-79. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. (ISBN 978 1 78471 199 3)
  • Green, A.E. and Shuttleworth, I. (2015). Labour markets and internal migration. In: Smith, D.P., Finney, N., Halfacree, K. and Walford, N. (eds.) Internal Migration: Geographical Perspectives and Processes. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 65-79. (ISBN 9781472452467)
  • Lyonette, C., Baldauf, B. and Behle, H. (forthcoming, 2015). Making the best of a bad job? Women and part-time work in the UK. In: Gervais, R.L. and Millear, P.M. (Eds.) Exploring Resources, Life-Balance and Well-Being of Women Who Work in a Global Context. Springer: UK.
  • Lyonette, C., Baldauf, B. and Behle, H. (2015). An Exploration of Quality Part-time working in Europe, with a focus on the UK case. In: Connerley, M. L., & Wu, J. (Eds). Handbook on Well-Being of Working Women. The Netherlands: Springer and the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies (ISQOLS).

  • McMahon, M., Watson, M. and Bimrose, J. (2015). Implications for career practice. In: Bimrose, J., McMahon, M. and Watson, M. (Eds.) Women’s career development through the lifespan: An international perspective. London: Routledge (pp. 253-262). (ISBN 978-0-415-81677-9).
  • Warhurst, C. and Knox, A. (2015). Why the renewed interest in job quality?. In:A. Knox and C. Warhurst (eds) Job quality in Australia: Perspectives, Problems and Proposals, Annandale, NSW: Federation Press.
  • Warhurst, C. and Knox, A. (2015) Pushing forward the research and policy agenda on job quality. In: A. Knox and C. Warhurst (eds) Job quality in Australia: Perspectives, Problems and Proposals, Annandale, NSW: Federation Press, 2015.
  • Warren, T. and Lyonette, C. (2015). The quality of part-time work. In: Felstead, A., Gallie, D. and Green, F. (Eds.) Unequal Britain at Work. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Watson, M., Bimrose, J. and McMahon, M. (2005). Methodological considerations. In: Bimrose, J., McMahon, M. and Watson, M. (Eds.) Women’s career development through the lifespan: An international perspective. London: Routledge (pp. 79 – 87). (ISBN 978-0-415-81677-9)

Edited books

  • Bimrose, J., McMahon, M. and Watson, M. (Eds.) (2015). Women’s career development throughout the lifespan: an international exploration. London: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-81677-9. (ISBN 978-0-415-81677-9).

  • Knox, A. and Warhurst, C. (eds) (2015). Job quality in Australia: Perspectives, Problems and Proposals. Annandale, NSW: Federation Press.

Reports

Other publications

  • Barnes, S-A., Bimrose, J. and Hughes, D. (2015) ‘LMI for All’: supporting access to careers labour market information for schools, SSAT Journal (Winter).
  • Hughes, D. (2015). Education, Skills & Productivity – the role of careers provision. (Briefing note prepared at the request of the Joint Education & BIS Select Committee). Portcullis House, Westminster (5th November 2015).