ILPC 2014 Papers

AbilioLudmila Brazilian development on two wheels: the work of motorcycle couriers in Sao PauloAbstract 
AinsworthSusanWith Friends like These, who Needs Enemies? Control and Resistance on Social Networking Sites in the Graduate Recruitment ProcessAbstractPaper
AldénLinaDomestic Partnership for What? Evidence from SwedenAbstractPaper
AlessandriniMeganWomen co-preneurs and systemic gender barriers in building and construction industryAbstractPaper
AnderssonThomasFROM AUTONOMOUS WORK GROUPS TO “CO-WORKERSHIP” - Development trends in work organization practices in Sweden AbstractPaper
AnderssonThomasTHE COOPTATION OF MANAGERIALISM - Professionals' responses on accountability pressuresAbstractPaper
AndriMariaReorganizing professional work: The reconfiguration of medical autonomyAbstract 
AtkinsonWillFrom Studies of the Labour Process to Production Studies: The continuing absence of class in analyses of work in the creative and cultural industriesAbstract 
AyazMuhammadReformation of Factory Regime and Labour Power: A Study of Changing Factory Regimes in Pakistan’s Garment Manufacturing IndustryAbstract 
AzzelliniDarioThe Venezuelan movement for workers control and growing struggles in state companies Abstract 
BalsamoDavidAcademic Work and the Neo Corporate University.AbstractPaper
BanerjeePurnaJob Market Dynamics of Women under Trade Liberalization: Evidence from Indian Manufacturing SectorAbstract 
BatraRiteshDrama Interventions and EmployabilityAbstract 
Baxter-ReidHazelMore for their money, or just compliant workers? Analysing the effort bargaining process of new migrant labourAbstract 
BeckVanessaNegotiating retirementAbstract 
BehlingFelixPutting the pieces together: The varying decentralisations of industrial relations in Denmark and IrelandAbstractPaper
BenassiChiaraBringing the labour process into the debate over changes in capitalism A human resource approach to the transformation of the German production modelAbstract 
Bergman BlixStinaEmotion management and the negotiation of power and status in the Swedish court ritualAbstract 
Besen-CassinoYaseminRacial Inequality in the Teenage Labor Market: American Case StudyAbstract 
BhartiNishaInformalisation of Labour in Garment Manufacturing: A Study in Mumbai (India)Abstract 
BokovikovaElenaImpact of transition economy on gender composition in employment in the Russian heavy industryAbstractPaper
BoltonSharonThe Missing Manager: Management through a Labour Process LensAbstract 
BOUTSIOUKISOFIAEmployment-oriented transformations in Greek education and training: lighting a fire or just filling a pail?AbstractPaper
BrookesMarissaHow Workers Coordinate Across Borders: Resolving Conflicts of Interest, Collective Action Problems, and the Home Union DilemmaAbstract 
BrophyEndaLanguage Put to Work: Labour and Communicative CapitalismAbstract 
BuddJohnLearning About Democracy at Work: Evidence on the Societal Effects of Employee Participation in Decision-MakingAbstract 
BurchellBrendanOccupational Gender Segregation and working conditions.Abstract 
ByrneJohn-PaulWorking Conditions and the Conditions of Workers: Old Models in a New ContextAbstractPaper
CarterBobMid-Staffs Hospital, the Francis Report and the crisis of public sector trade unionismAbstractPaper
CarthySuzanneLong hours, short life: The death of Moritz Erhardt. .AbstractPaper
CartwrightJo‘I’m not in Harvey Nichols…I’m not a personal shopper’: The influence of the customer and the dynamics of triangular relations in the retail industryAbstractPaper
CavalcaGuidoThe shaky social citizenship of young professionals: work transformation, transition to work, career and life planning and unrepresented rightsAbstractPaper
CavalcanteSavioOutsourcing and rentier capitalism: theoretical debate and empirical implications in BrazilAbstract 
ChudzikowskiKatharinaRepresentation of academic staff: Managing boundaries by exploring new consultation tools Abstract 
ChungHeejungMind the gap: Impact of labour market institutions on the insecurity inequalities between insiders and outsidersAbstract 
clarkianManaging Health Care Assistants:The Frontier of Control in NHS Modernization and Skill-Mix Strategies?AbstractPaper
ClarkeLindaRe-characterising post-war industrial relations in Britain: the example of the construction industry Abstract 
CohenNicoleFrom Proletarianization to Professionalism and Back Again: Freelance Journalism in a Digital Age Abstract 
CohenRachel (In)Flexibililities in the times and spaces of self-employed and employed work Abstract 
ColettoDiegoDepending on smiles. Functions and meanings of the worker-customer relation for salespersonsAbstract 
CookHughUnion voice through learning: the extent of integration into core union activityAbstract 
CoulterKendraClass, Hegemony, and Associative Status at Work: Insights from Retail Stores and Horse StablesAbstract 
CunninghamIan“A straight-forward task’? - Line managers and the management of employee commitment in the voluntary sectorAbstract 
CunninghamIanAusterity and ‘precarity’ in the non-profit workforce – a comparative study of UK and CanadaAbstract 
CushenJeanFinancialization and The Core: Using LPT to engage with and explain financializationAbstract 
DanilovichHannaThe impact of the ‘inherited’ Soviet labour norming system on employment relations and the labour process in Belarusian companiesAbstractPaper
DarrAsafAn Allelopticon Rather than a Panopticon: Workplace Control In the Internet AgeAbstract 
DeakinRiaWorkplace bullying and harassment and mediation: a fair fit?Abstract 
DengYunxueGendered Global Factory: Male Workers, Labor Market and Masculinized Labor Process in FoxconnAbstractPaper
DEVETTERFrançois-XavierSelf-Employment as a Model for Paid Domestic Work. Comparative analysis of Employment Policies in Argentina and FranceAbstract 
DieuaidePatrickProfit Sharing and Stability of Social Relations at Renault-Dacia in Romania: The End of a CompromiseAbstract 
DouganLauraAssessing the influence of trade unions on learning and skills policy in ScotlandAbstract 
DURAN-PALMAFernandoA theoretical framework for the comparative study of union strategyAbstract 
EllisVaughanExamining changes in the academic labour processAbstract 
EllisVaughanWhat do managers really think about trade unions? Abstract 
ErdoganEmine‘We are doing this women’s job because we are Kurdish’; Intersectionality in the ‘Female’ Tomato Land in TurkeyAbstract 
FanLuluLabour’s Power and the Organization of Production: A Study of Garment Workers in the Yangtze River Delta Region of ChinaAbstract 
FanYouqingBuilding the union power at the community-based workplaces- case studies from the PULOPAbstract 
FassauerGabrieleFostering behavioral flexibility by anomic pressure? Looking at market-oriented performance management through an anomie theory lensAbstract 
FitzgeraldLouisePerspectives on Collective Competence in a High SchoolAbstract 
FleckerJörgThe devil takes the hindmost – precarisation of work from a value-chain perspectiveAbstract 
ForbesTomChallenges to Professional Systems of Work: Professional and Managerial Tensions in Delivering Integrated Health and Social CareAbstract 
FrenkelSteveFront-Line Service Work Theory: A Critique and ReformulationAbstract 
FullinGiovannaDepending on smiles. Functions and meanings of the worker-customer relation for salespersonsAbstract 
GagoAngieTrade unions’ strategies and austerity in Southern Europe: the erosion of the political influence of labour in Spain, Portugal and ItalyAbstract 
GallagherPatrickConceptualising the Labour Process in an Era of Household Financialisation: Comparing Denmark and IrelandAbstract 
GeelanTorsten The Academic Precariat in the Danish Labour Market Abstract 
GibbonsTishRe-thinking union recognition: mobilisation versus legislation in Irish recognition disputesAbstract 
GlückEstherWomen’s social representation(s) of employee participation – differences and/or similarities?Abstract 
GobindJenniSouth African Domestic workers right to clean legislation Jenni Gobind Department of Industrial Psychology and People Management, Faculty of Management, University of Johannesburg, South AfricaAbstract 
GonäsLenaPatterns of Gender Segregation and Labour Market Outcomes - a longitudinal approachAbstract 
GradyJoNeo-liberalism’s dirty work: the making of corporate prostitution in West African banking Abstract 
GreenWilliamTweeting about knowledge work: Digital natives and new forms of resistanceAbstract 
GrugulisIrenaTechnology and Tradition at WorkAbstract 
GülsenEsinBetween Obedience and Rebellion: Hidden Resistance Practices of Workers in TurkeyAbstract 
GundertStefanieActive labour market policies and social integration in Germany: Do welfare-to-work programs combat social exclusion?Abstract 
HaipeterThomasStrategies and Structures of Employers’ Associations in GermanyAbstract 
HalpinBrianRhetoric and Reality: Employability and Career Making in a Low Wage Labor MarketAbstract 
HammerNikolausInformality and segmentation in emerging factory regimesAbstract 
HammerNikolausInformal labour, collective action, and the workplaceAbstract 
HampsonIanAircraft Maintenance in Australia: Issues and ProspectsAbstractPaper
HampsonIanSwedish Worklife Research and Labour Process Theory: Lessons to learn? Abstract 
Hanappi-EggerEdeltraud”We all are working class?”: class concepts re-visitedAbstract 
HannonEndaIndustrial Policy and Employment: Widening the Focus of Labour Process ResearchAbstract 
HaunschildAxelInstantpreneurs, Entrepreceurs and Pseudopreneurs – the Limits of Entrepreneurial Ideals. A Case Study into Self-Employed Work in Direct Selling OrganisationsAbstract 
HauptmeierMarcoLabour process theory and comparative political economy: Toward a synthesis?Abstract 
HeyesJasonVarieties of capitalism reconsidered: Learning from the Great Recession and its aftermath.Abstract 
HimselCarinaGrowth of Nonstandard Jobs in Germany: A Matter of Changing Preferences?AbstractPaper
HodderAndyPublic Sector restructuring and work extensification and intensification: the case of civil servantsAbstract 
HofbauerJohannaUnderstanding State Transformation through Changing Work Regimes – the Case of Affective Labour in Public Employment ServicesAbstract 
HolgateJaneCommunity organising in the UK: a ‘new’ approach for trade unions?AbstractPaper
HolmesCraigWhy is the decline of routine jobs across Europe and the US so uneven?Abstract 
HoltsKaire Is online gambling a new form of work?AbstractPaper
HoughtonLukeUnderstanding the impact of organisational power on emotion and labour processes within the HR professionAbstract 
HowcroftDebraOpen Innovation and the Crowdsourcing of Digital Labour: A Study of Amazon Mechanical TurkAbstract 
HurrellScottControversies in conceptualising and developing young people’s employability: A study of employers and apprentices in Central Scotland. Abstract 
HuwsUrsulaonline work, occupational identity and classAbstract 
HuzzardTonyBeing Branded in the Business School: Identification and Distancing in the Academic Labour ProcessAbstract 
IgeAdejokeUnderstanding the Social Mechanics of ADR: The Case of ACAS ConciliationAbstract 
IngoldJoBringing inter-organisational relations into the study of active labour market policiesAbstract 
IngvaldsenJonas A.The ambivalence of industrial supervisors revisited: bosses or primus inter pares?Abstract 
IsikliEbruIndividualization of Employment through Private Employment Agencies in Contemporary Turkey Abstract 
JacobsenHeikeCritical research in its context of application - the case of labour research in GermanyAbstract 
jarosstephen(Yet) Another Look at the Academic Labour Process: Impact of Online/distance learning and Accreditation pressures on Faculty Work Abstract 
JenkinsJeanEmerging Collectivism: New Forms of Organisation in the Global EconomyAbstract 
JenkinsJeanWe are organising locally but speaking to the worldAbstract 
JenkinsJeanGrass Roots Organising: The Activist’s Struggle in Southern India.Abstract 
JephsonNicholas On the effects of educational intervention: Contemporary developments in the accounting labour processAbstract 
JiaWenjuanThe Making of Dualistic Production Regime and Dualistic Peripheral Workers -- the changing labor process and power relations in Chinese State-Owned-Enterprise in the New Era of GlobalizationAbstract 
JoukoNattiTemporal flexibility of work and its impact on later work careerAbstract 
JoyceSimonLiving with Lean: evidence of shop steward bargaining in a UK automotive plantAbstract 
JungehülsingJennyTransnational migration as an opportunity for international labor solidarity? On the role of migrant workers´ transnational ties in cross-border union collaborationAbstractPaper
KarlssonJan ChThe worker collectivity, resistance and organisational misbehaviourAbstract 
Keeble-RamsayDiane Lived experiences in the UK of changes to work in a global financial crisis – Updates for Labour Process Theory?AbstractPaper
KelesJanroj National Responses to a Global Phenomenon: “modern” Forced Labour in GermanyAbstract 
Kerber-ClasenStefanChallenging Day Care Work Abstract 
KieranSarahDo you want us to make sense of this? A real-time study of middle management interpretation and enactment of strategic change.AbstractPaper
KirchhoffJörgProfessional Ideology at WorkAbstractPaper
KirchnerStefanTowards a new core-model of flexibility? Outsourcing and temporary agency work in German firms.Abstract 
KirovVassilTriangular relations in the ‘anchored’ services: investigating the role of institutional customers for the quality of workAbstract 
KooJah-HonLabour process and power relations in the workplaces of live-in caregivers in MontrealAbstract 
KrachlerNickThe Complexities of Managing Healthcare Provision: Technocracy and Caring in Intensive Care Managers AbstractPaper
Krzywdzinski Martin Legitimation by Procedure: Lean Production and Worker Empowerment in ChinaAbstract 
laaserknutThe moral economy of Performance Management Abstract 
LairCraigMaking Visible Employer’s Expectation of Domestic Work: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. Abstract 
LarkinRoslynControl effectiveness: servitude or seduction?AbstractPaper
LeeChun-YiWho to Decide ‘Good Job’ or ‘Bad Job’? A Bargaining Game of Production: Case Study from Pearl River Delta Abstract 
LethbridgeJanePublic sector corporatisation and the role of the state in the professional development of teachers, nurses and social workers in England, 1979-2010 Abstract 
LewisPaulWhat sort of employment recovery should we expect? Shifting patterns of work in the EU-15Abstract 
LimaJacobMultiple faces of precarious work: the Brazilian experienceAbstractPaper
Lima Natalia Assessment and accreditation of work-based knowledge in BrazilAbstract 
Lipsig-MummeCarlaBridging the Solitudes: Greening Work and Union RenewalAbstract 
LottYvonneWorking Time Flexibility and Autonomy: Time Squeeze when Performance is all that counts? Abstract 
LottYvonneEmployees‘ job security in Germany and the UK: Feeling insecure even if securely employed?Abstract 
Manky BonillaWalter OmarThe geographies of the labor process: How is the Long-Distance Commuting affecting the labor movement? Evidence from the Peruvian Mining IndustryAbstractPaper
Manky BonillaWalter OmarNegotiating the margins: The trajectories of subcontracted workers mobilizations in Peru and Chile. The case of the Mining Industry.AbstractPaper
MareschalPatriceGoing Public: Social Movement Unions and the MediaAbstractPaper
MatosRaquelDemocratic management of the work process: an analysis from the Political Economy of PowerAbstract 
McBrideAnne Losing control? Implications for GPs of national and local performance measurement systemsAbstractPaper
McDonaldPaulaExpanding the foundation of ‘employability’ for professional graduates: The role of unpaid workAbstract 
mcguireDarrenSomething missing? Managerial advocacy work and the labour process in NGOsAbstract 
McIntyreRichard Marxian Theories of the Labor Process and Labor Relations from Braverman to the Global Society of ControlAbstract 
MiyashitaSaoriWomen’s work in the family business: economic and social considerations focusing on the Japanese textile industryAbstractPaper
MncwangoBongiweThe main drivers of job satisfaction in the South African context: Discrepancy between workers’ and employers’ expectations Abstract 
MoffatAmyThe Labour of Labour Support: Doulas’ Strategies for ProfessionalizationAbstract 
Mokkil MaruthurSumeethaPrecarious Livelihoods: Workers in the Gold Jewellery Making Industry in Kerala, IndiaAbstract 
MolinaOscarFrom Slow Convergence to Quick Erosion: Labour Market Trajectories of Immigrants in the Economic Crisis in Spain Abstract 
MoriartyElaineNew Avenues of Knowledge Transfer: Polish Migrants in a free European workspaceAbstract 
morrisonclaudioAgency work in Russia: policy debates, workers’ experiences and workplace realitiesAbstract 
MovitzFredrikWhat does Financial Derivatives really got to do with Jobs? Examining Casual Mechanisms between Aspects of Financialization, Work Intensification and Employment Insecurity AbstractPaper
MovitzFredrikChanging a System, Creating Conflicts: IT-related Restructuring and Professional Conflicts in the Swedish Financial SectorAbstract 
NascimentoLuiz The role of the state in preventing slave labour in BrazilAbstract 
NgTsz Fung KennethThe Catalyst for Migrant Workers’ Collective Actions? A Preliminary Study of a Labour NGO in Eastern ChinaAbstract 
NgazimbiXolaniFrom Capabilities to Employability: South African perspectives from employers and the unemployedAbstract 
ÖlbeyJudithIncluding the Excluded: Unions and Migrant Workers in the German Cleaning IndustryAbstract 
onaranozlemThe prospects for growth with equality in a globalized economyAbstract 
O'NeilJenniferManagement Under pressure: Labour Process Theory and the Hong Kong Civil ServiceAbstractPaper
OSEIHANNAH VIVIANVoice from underground: the mediating role of justiceAbstract 
OSEIHANNAH VIVIANJob security in a changing environment: the role of trade unionsAbstract 
OsianderChristopherWhat could all the money do? Results from a factorial survey on willingness to participate in further training for the unemployedAbstract 
PalmerGerrryTo Choose or not to choose - men and part time work Abstract 
PaolucciValentinaThe Role of Collective Bargaining over Flexibility and Security: A Comparative Institutional Analysis between Italy, UK and Denmark.AbstractPaper
PardiTommasoTrapped in best practices: insights into managerial failure from Toyota Motor Manufacturing UKAbstract 
PeetzThorstenCritical systems theory of labour relations: Economization, reorganization, and mechanismsAbstract 
peglerlee‘’Old Chains and New BRICS – Labour Security and Agency within the Orange Juice Value Chain in Brazil’’Abstract 
PEREIRAJULIAThe Modelo Obrero Venezuelano in the context of the Bolivarian Revolution todayAbstract 
PerssonMatsMerger resistance in an attempted merger between three university colleges In NorwayAbstract 
PfeifferSabineMissing in action: Manager and organisational standardisationAbstract 
PorterChristineMissing management – the organizational implications of the specialist background of most people with managerial responsibilityAbstract 
PosticNikolinaVolunteer Work: Negotiating Boundaries Between Paid and Unpaid WorkAbstract 
PrivalkoIvanLabour Market Mobility in Ireland and DenmarkAbstractPaper
randlekeith(Dis)ability and the labour process: the case of the UK film and TV industryAbstract 
RathzelNoraPower relations between Unions of the Global North and the Global South: how do they impact on the Question of Climate Change?Abstract 
RothsteinJeffreyLean Development, Lean Opportunities: Rationalized Labor in GM’s Silao Mexico Supply ChainAbstract 
RoyChandrimaChallenging the Myth of Professional Identity in Indian BPOAbstractPaper
SapkalRahulThe Effects of the Labour Laws and Labour Judiciary on Contract Workers: Empirical Evidence from IndiaAbstract 
SeifertRogerBogus efficiency and effectiveness claims in the reform of public sector organisations: a view from the unionsAbstract 
SEIGNOURAmélie From a Corporate Crisis to a Broader Transformation of French Capitalism: the causes and consequences of employee suicides at a French telecom multinationalAbstract 
SgobbiFrancescaEmployer’s wage policy and employees’ earningsAbstractPaper
ShallaVivianTeaching on a Ledge: Precarious Employment of Occasional Teachers in Ontario, CanadaAbstract 
ShulzhenkoElenaImpact of lean production on work in RussiaAbstract 
Silva FigueiredoIgorOutsourcing in Brazil: synonymous of precarious labor?Abstract 
SimmsMelanieExplaining employer engagement with integrating young people into workAbstract 
SlutskayaNatasha In Defence of Recognition Abstract 
SmithChrisChinese Multinationals Employment Models: A Review & Research AgendaAbstract 
Stewart Ann Wages of housework within a global market: the limitations of a labour rights approach. Abstract 
StockhammerEngelbertEuropean Growth models and working class restructuring AbstractPaper
Stoyanova RussellDimitrinka‘Thrown in at the deep end’: On-stage learning and skills development among stand-up comediansAbstract 
StroudDean ‘Organized Capitalism’: Explaining Variation in the Skills Regimes of Liberal Market EconomiesAbstract 
SturdyAndrewManagers as consultants - Neo-bureaucracy and its tensionsAbstract 
SUYIHUIGender Segregation in the Process of College Student Job Seeking:A Survey of Higher Education as a Prelabor Market FactorAbstract 
SulemanFátimaNew approach to labour market segmentation: wage policy and vulnerable workersAbstractPaper
SulemanFátimaThe wage determination in labour market of domestic workersAbstractPaper
SymonGrahamLabour, ‘dematerialised’ capital and the pusillanimity of the state: the case of social welfareAbstract 
SymonGrahamOf workers and shirkers: the political economy of welfare-to-work in the UKAbstract 
TaiHsiao-HuiEmbedded in Paternalism, Developing in Collectivism: Trade Union Strategies in TaiwanAbstract 
TartanogluSafak On the Way to Unionization?: Sustainability of a Non-Union Worker Organization in Turkey Safak TartanogluAbstractPaper
TaylorPhilPerformance Management and the New Workplace Tyranny Abstract 
ThomasMarkFighting Cerberus: Public Sector Unions Confront Austerity and Populism in CanadaAbstract 
TijdensKeaUnderstanding the relationship between trade union membership and collective bargaining in 14 European countriesAbstractPaper
TingWANGChanging factory regimes in Chinese enterprises and its implications: case studies in Beijing and ShenzhenAbstract 
TingWANGChanging factory regimes in Chinese enterprises and its implications: case studies in Beijing and ShenzhenAbstract 
TrussonCliveA very modern professional: the case of the IT service support worker.AbstractPaper
Ugiagbe-GreenIwiEmbracing new technologies for work, professional development and training - A proposed model of assessing competence of Accounting professionalsAbstract 
UpchurchMartinMarketisation, Commodification and the Implications for UK Teachers’ AutonomyAbstractPaper
UzarEstherManifestos and Beer: Union Elections in the Zambian Mining IndustryAbstract 
ValizadeDanatWhy would workers prefer collective forms of employee representation? Evidence from 2011 Workplace Employment Relations Survey (WERS) AbstractPaper
ValsecchiRaffaellaManaging Occupational Health among Small Businesses: the impact of the multi-channel advice-line.Abstract 
van den BergAnnetteWorks councils, managerial attitudes and firm performance. The case of BelgiumAbstract 
van KlaverenMaartenMultinationals and domestic firms compared: in search of explanationsAbstractPaper
VistakMariyaThe Ukrainian challenge: some issues on labor migration and its legal regulationAbstract 
WallChristineConstructing a post-war community: building site activism and civic engagement in Stevenage New Town 1946-70Abstract 
WarhurstChrisJob quality: Back on the agenda but more needs to be doneAbstract 
WeghmannVeraThe Hegemony of Employability – a Critical Analysis of Contemporary Great Britain.Abstract 
wibberleygemmaThe management of managers dealing with conflictAbstract 
WickhamJamesWorkplaces, Careers and Conjunctures: migrant professionals in the construction industry moving through time and spaceAbstract 
WilliamsonSueCollective Enterprise Bargaining in the Australian Public Service and the Psychological ContractAbstractPaper
WimalasenaLakshmanTheorising the Meaning of Work: The Case of Sri LankaAbstract 
WolffSimoneMicroentrepreneurship and the dynamics of the 'virtual economy': where is work situated in this context?Abstract 
WoodAlex Flexible scheduling, zero-hour contracts and the misery of temporal job insecurity AbstractPaper
WoodcockJamieExamining the labour process in a call centre: from bad jokes to the possibilities for resistanceAbstractPaper
ZuinDeboraControlling or being controlled? Experiences of managers in a railway companyAbstract 
ZuinDeboraGood or bad job? Diplomat profession in BrazilAbstract 
ZuinDebora“Am I an educator, researcher, or an administrator?” Perceptions and experiences of the academic profession in BrazilAbstract 
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