Tapia M, Alberti G. 2019. Unpacking the category of migrant workers in trade union research: A multi-level approach to migrant intersectionalities. Work, Employment and Society. 33(2), pp. 314-325
Avgoustaki A, Bessa I. 2019. Examining the link between flexible working arrangement bundles and employee work effort. Human Resource Management. 58(4), pp. 431-449
Otterbach S, Charlwood A, Fok Y-K, Wooden M. 2019. Working-time regulation, long hours working, overemployment and mental health. International Journal of Human Resource Management.
Cohen RL, Hardy K, Valdez Z. 2019. Introduction to the Special Issue, Everyday Self-Employment. American Behavioral Scientist. 119-128 63.2
Hardy K, Cruz K. 2019. Affective Organizing: Collectivizing Informal Sex Workers in an Intimate Union. American Behavioral Scientist. 244-261 63.2
Simms M, Holgate J, Roper C. 2019. The Trades Union Congress 150 years on: A review of the organising challenges and responses to the changing nature of work. Employee Relations: The International Journal. 41(2), pp. 331-343
Ingold J. 2019. Employers' perspectives on benefit conditionality in the UK and Denmark. Social Policy and Administration.
Monaghan M, Ingold J. 2019. Policy Practitioners' Accounts of Evidence-Based Policy Making: The Case of Universal Credit. Journal of Social Policy. 48(2), pp. 351-368
Yerkes MA, Javornik J. 2019. Creating capabilities: Childcare policies in comparative perspective. Journal of European Social Policy. 29(4), pp. 529-544
Ciccia R, Javornik J. 2019. Methodological Challenges for Comparative Welfare State Research: Capturing Intra-Country Variation in Cross-National Analyses. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice. 21(1), pp. 1-8
Jo HY, Aryee S, Hsiung H-H, Guest D. 2019. Fostering Mutual Gains: Explaining the Influence of High-Performance Work Systems and Leadership on Psychological Health and Service Performance. Human Resource Management Journal.
Joyce S, Stuart M, Forde C, Valizade D. 2019. Work and social protection in the platform economy in Europe. Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations Lewin D; Gollan PJ (eds.). 25, pp. 153-184
McLachlan CJ, Mackenzie R, Greenwood I. 2019. The Role of the Steelworker Occupational Community in the Internalization of Industrial Restructuring: The 'Layering Up' of Collective Proximal and Distal Experiences. Sociology. 53(5), pp. 916-930
Tomlinson J, Valizade D, Muzio D, Charlwood A, Aulakh S. 2019. Privileges and penalties in the legal profession: an intersectional analysis of career progression. British Journal of Sociology. 70(3), pp. 1043-1066
Mrozowicki A, Trappmann V, Seehaus A, Kajta J. 2019. Who is a right-wing supporter? On the biographical experiences of young right-wing voters in Poland and Germany. Qualitative Sociology Review. 15(4), pp. 212-235
Umney C. 2019. Creative placemaking and the cultural projectariat: artistic work in the wake of Hull City of Culture 2017. Capital and Class.
Books and chapters in edited books
Yerkes MA; Javornik J
; Kurowska A (eds.) 2019. Social Policy and the Capability Approach: Concepts, Measurements and Application. Policy Press
Yerkes MA, Javornik J, Jansen E, Kurowska A. 2019. From Capability Approach to Capability-based Social Policy. In: Yerkes MA; Javornik J; Kurowska A (eds.) Social Policy and the Capability Approach: Concepts, Measurements and Application. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 147-156
Javornik J, Oliver L. 2019. Converting shared parental leave into shared parenting: the role of employers and use of litigation by employees in the UK. In: Yerkes MA; Javornik J; Kurowska A (eds.) Social Policy and the Capability Approach: Concepts, Measurements and Application. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 61-82
Javornik J, Yerkes MA, Jansen E. 2019. Ask rather than assume: the CA in the practitioner setting. In: Yerkes MA; Javornik J; Kurowska A (eds.) Social Policy and the Capability Approach: Concepts, Measurements and Application. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 107-124
Yerkes MA, Javornik J, Kurowska A. 2019. Rethinking social policy from a capability perspective. In: Yerkes MA; Javornik J; Kurowska A (eds.) Social Policy and the Capability Approach: Concepts, Measurements and Application. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 1-18
Kurowska A, Javornik J. 2019. Comparative social policy analysis of parental leave policies through the lenses of capability approach. In: Yerkes MA; Javornik J; Kurowska A (eds.) Social Policy and the Capability Approach: Concepts, Measurements and Application. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 83-106 Mackenzie R, Ciupijus Z, Forde C
. 2019. Kinship and community networks. In: Gall G (eds.) Handbook of the Politics of Labour, Work and Employment
. Edward Elgar, pp. 418-433Roe A
, Athelstan A. 2020. Defending Wellbeing at Work: A Case Study of Autism. In: Dundon T; Wilkinson A (eds.) Case Studies in Work, Employment and Human Resource Management. Cheltenham UK: Edward ElgarDr Vera Trappmann
and Dr Jo Cutter
have received £21,778 from Leeds University Business School Small Research Grant to set up The Network on Work, Labour and Climate Change
across the University of Leeds. This network gathers expertise, stimulates debate and is committed to delivering ideas for society, labour and businesses on how to produce and live in a zero-carbon environment and a more ecological sustainable way more generally.Dr Charles Umney
, Dr Vera Trappmann
, Dr Simon Joyce
were awarded £19,550 from the LUBS Challenge Fund for the Platform Work Contestation
project. The projects intends to assemble a comprehensive database of platform labour unrest across the world (Leeds Index of Platform Labour Protest) by September 2020.
Since May 2019 Dr Gabriella Alberti
has been involved in Migration and the City: Imagining and Making Urban Lives
project. Thi is a collaborative research with Touchstone
and Leeds Asylum Seekers Support Network,
which aims to address the following questions. What are the communicative and material resources that migrants can and do access in order to participate in urban life? How effectively do local government and grassroots organisations work independently and together to facilitate the inclusion of new arrivals and ethnic minorities in the urban fabric? What can a city like Leeds learn from international experiences in other diverse urban contexts?
69,000 was awarded to Dr Vera Trappmann
by the German Polish Science Foundation to investigate Right-wing Populism Among Young Germans and Poles.
The project explores
the relationship between precarious work, economic descent and the rise of right-wing populism in Poland and Germany.