Centre for Employment Research

Publications

Publications

Urwin, P, Buscha, F and Latreille, P (2013), “Representation in UK Employment Tribunals: Analysis of the 2003 and 2008 Survey of Employment Tribunal Applications (SETA)”, British Journal of Industrial Relations, doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8543.2012.00914.x

Blanden, J, Buscha, F, Sturgis, P and Urwin, P (2012), “Measuring the Returns to Lifelong Learning”, Economics of Education Review, Volume 31, No 4; pp 501-514.

Boon, A, Urwin, P and Karuk, V (2011), “What Difference Does it Make? Facilitative Judicial Mediation of Discrimination Cases in Employment Tribunals”, Industrial Law Journal, Volume 40, No 1 (Fortieth Anniversary Issue); pp 45-81. ISSN 0305-9332

Parry, E and Urwin P (2011), “Generational Differences in Work Values”, International Journal of Management Reviews , Volume 13, Issue 1; pp 79–96. ISSN 1468-2370

Latreille, P, Buscha, F and Conte, A (2012), “Are you experienced? SME use of and attitudes towards workplace mediation”, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Volume 23, No 2, pp 590-606

Buscha, F (2012), “Income expectations and the ‘left-right’ political value scale: Testing for the POUM hypothesis”, Economics Letters, Volume 115, pp 460-464.

Buscha, F and Dickson, M (2012), “The Raising of the School Leaving Age: Returns in Later Life”, Economics Letters, Volume 117, pp 389-393.

Buscha, F, Maurel, A, Page, L and Speckesser, S (2012), “The Effect of Employment while in High School on Educational Attainment: A Conditional Difference-in-Differences Approach”, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Volume 74, pp 380-396.

Conte, A, Hey, JD, and Moffatt, PG (2011), “Mixture models of choice under risk”, Journal of Econometrics, Volume 162(1), pp 79–82.

Botti, F, Conte, A, Di Cagno, DT and D’Ippoliti, C (2008), “Risk attitude in real decision problems”, The BE Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy – Advances, Volume 8(1), article 6.

Conte, A and Hey, JD “Assessing Multiple Prior Models of Behaviour under Ambiguity”, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty.

Conte, A and Moffatt, PG “The Econometric Modelling of Social Preferences”, Theory and Decision.

Di Pietro, G (2012), “Does studying abroad cause international labour mobility? Evidence from Italy”, Economics Letters, 117, 3, pp 632-635.

Di Pietro, G (2013), “Exam scheduling and student performance”, Bulletin of Economic Research, 65, 1, pp 65-81.

Di Pietro, G (2013), “Military conscription and university enrolment: evidence from Italy”, Journal of Population Economics, 26, 2, pp 619-644.

Dalton, K and Druker, J (2012), “Transferring HR concepts and practices within multi-national corporations in Romania: the management experience”, European Management Journal 30, 588-602 ISSN 0263-2373

Behaghel, L, Caroli, E and Walkowiak, E (2012), “Information and Communication Technologies and Skill Upgrading: the Role of Internal vs External Labour Markets”, Oxford Economic Papers, Volume 64, Issue 3, pp 490-517.

Greenan, N, Kalugina, E and Walkowiak, E “Has the Quality of Working Life Improved in the EU-15 between 1995 and 2005?”, Industrial and Corporate Change, accepted (letter of acceptance 28 March 2013), forthcoming.

Michielsens, E, Bingham, C and Clarke, L “Managing diversity through flexible-work arrangements: management perspectives”, Employee Relations. Manuscript ID is ER-Jun-2012-0048.R2.

Bingham, C, Michielsens, E, Clarke, L and van der Meer, M (2013), “Towards a social model approach? British and Dutch disability policies in the health sector compared”, Personnel Review. Volume 42, Issue 5 (October 2013). ISSN 0048-3486

Wright, A (2011), “'Modernising' away gender pay inequality? Some evidence from the local government sector on using job evaluation”, Employee Relations, Volume 33, No 2, pp 159-178.

Wright, A (2010), “Culture and compensation – unpicking the intricate relationship between reward and organisational culture”, Thunderbird International Business Review: Special Issue on European Reward Management (May 2010), pp 189-202.

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