ILPC 2010 Papers

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RodgersYanaBangladesh’s Ready-Made Garments Sector: Exports, Employment, and Working ConditionsAbstract 
WhittleAndreaThe Language of InterestsAbstractPaper
DegiuliFrancescaBetween representation and realities. The case of Immigrant Home Eldercare assistants in ItalAbstractPaper
TownsendKeithControl without a Plan: The Preparation of Nurse Managers as People ManagersAbstract 
StroudDeanWorkforce (Gender) Re-composition in ‘Traditional’ Industry: Lessons from European Port and Steel SectorsAbstract 
OladeindeOlusegun OManagement, Labour Process and Workers Own Construction of Social Relations of Production in an Oil Refinery, Nigeria.AbstractPaper
ArfanisKonstantinosEmotional work and the use of soft skills as a professional tool within a healthcare environment. Does emotional burnout amongst medical professionals affect patient safety?Abstract 
HaipeterThomasNew Local Actors of Collective Bargaining in Germany. Derogations of Collective Bargaining Agreements and the Codetermination of Works Councils in the Chemical and the Metalworking IndustryAbstractPaper
Higginbotham Elizabeth Searching for Claire Huxtable: Media Representations vs. the Work Realities for Black Women AttorneysAbstract 
  'From Prisons to Palaces?' New Forms of Work Organisation in the UK in the 1970sAbstractPaper
jarosstephenAn evaluation of Adler's (2007) Paleo-Marxian challenge to "corel" Labour Process TheoryAbstractPaper
  Are employees better off in socially responsible firms?AbstractPaper
KirtonGillMobilizing and globalizing women’s trade union leadershipAbstractPaper
MilkmanRuthUnder the Radar: Workplace Violations in Los Angeles, Chicago and New York CityAbstract 
LazonickWilliamThe fragility of the US economyAbstract 
karjanendavid Really Bad Jobs: Wage Pressures, Deskilling, and Off-The-Clock Work in the Retail SectorAbstract 
  Up to No Good: Reconfiguring the Boundaries of Worker ResistanceAbstractPaper
Haley-LockAnnaPolicy and Organizational Contexts for Job Quality: The Case of Service Work in U.S. and Canadian Chain RestaurantsAbstract 
  Equity, Social Justice, Skills and Labour Market Structures - the search for happy endingsAbstract 
BriskinLindaNURSES ON STRIKE: THE FEMINIZATION OF MILITANCY, THE POLITICIZATION OF CARING LABOUR, AND UNION REVITALIZATIONAbstractPaper
RamioulMoniqueUnderstanding corporate restructuring from a business function perspectiveAbstractPaper
WalterKarlaMaking contracting work: Lessons from the U.S. on how to leverage government spending to promote good jobsAbstract 
LayneChinaThe Demographics of Over-education in the United States, 1971-2006AbstractPaper
JayaweeraThushelEmbedding Quality in to the Labour Process:Working Conditions, Well-being and Resistance of the Hotel WorkersAbstractPaper
VoskoLeah Continuity and Change in the Regulation of Temporary Agency Work: Is Intensified Commodification Inevitable?Abstract 
HermannChristophLiberalisation of public services – company reactions and consequences for employment and working conditionsAbstractPaper
BokMarciaWelfare in the U.S. and the Informal Economy for Low-Income WomenAbstractPaper
ByfordIonaWorker Identification with the trade union at the workplace: A comparison of the impact of partnership, organising and social unionism models of union renewal on union joining.AbstractPaper
AdlerPaulThe Ambivalence of Bureaucracy: A Marxist ApproachAbstract 
WallaceTerryPerformative Labour in the Interactive Service Economy.Abstract 
  The Turn To Facebook? Adoption Of Emerging Social Networking Technologies By Anonymous WorkbloggersAbstractPaper
AlbeldaRandy Why it’s harder (and different) for single mothers: Gender, motherhood, labor markets and public work supports in the USAbstract 
  Parenthood and Women's Work Hours in 92 OccupationsAbstract 
McCrateElaineFlexibility for Whom? Control Over the Variability of Work HoursAbstractPaper
GonosGeorgeThe Strategic Position of Temporary Agency Workers: The Case of Warehousing and Distribution in Central New JerseyAbstract 
  Gender, Geography and the regulation of residential aged careAbstract 
SchiekDanielaAbout the good life: The biographical perspective on bad jobsAbstractPaper
MoriartyElaine'Taking On Almost Everyone?' Migrant and Employer Recruitment Strategies in a Booming Labour MarketAbstract 
StandingGuyWork after Globalisation: Reaching the PrecariatAbstract 
Ulfsdotter ErikssonYlvaMe as my self as a tool – emotional work and professional distanceAbstractPaper
Fine Janice Strengthening the Role of State and Civil Society in Labor Standards EnforcementAbstract 
HuntVivienneCareer and Confidence Development for Women Call Centre WorkersAbstractPaper
WardStevenThe Machinations of Managerialism: New Public Management and the Diminishing Power of ProfessionalsAbstractPaper
DouglassAnneTransforming Professionalism: Relational Bureaucracy and Parent-Teacher Partnerships in Child Care CentersAbstract 
TuckmanAlanOccupation, worker co-operatives and the struggle for power: industrial action in periods of crisisAbstractPaper
MarksAbigailIndividualism, Identity and Interests: Why High Tech Employees Fail to Join Trade UnionsAbstract 
RuaneSinéad When it's "hard" to be "soft": Tales of technology & emotion workAbstract 
LiuMingweiSkill Formation in China: Trapped in Low Skill Equilibrium?Abstract 
O'ReillyJacquelineNormative Gender RegimesAbstract 
HuzzardTonyCorporate Governance and Work Organisation - Conditions for Better JobsAbstractPaper
ThomasMarkRegulated Flexibility: Employment Standards Legislation and the Not So Inevitable Persistence of ‘Bad Jobs’AbstractPaper
ProwseJulie The rhetoric and reality of flexible working: Midwives’ experiences of flexible workingAbstract 
JaffeeDavidIndustry Structure, Organizational Forms, and Labor Dynamics in the Intermodal Logistics Supply ChainAbstract 
PiñeiroCamilaVenezuelan Cooperatives: Practice and ChallengesAbstract 
LeeFa-HsienVoice under Hegemony: how Taiwanese workers developed class consciousness through “eating” in daily lifeAbstract 
RussellBobAlgorithms, Complex Decision Making and Skill: The Case of Tele-nursingAbstractPaper
AzzelliniDarioFrom comanagement to factory councils: reorganizing property and administration of means of production in VenezuelaAbstract 
  Work life, power and oppositionAbstract 
DuttonEliDeveloping 'Employment Enrichment': The Case of Hotel Room AttendantsAbstract 
MeilPamelaValue chain restructuring and industrial relations: the role of workplace representation in changing conditions of work and employmentAbstractPaper
  The European Qualification Framework : skills, competences or knowledges ?AbstractPaper
DanfordAndy‘All They Lack is a Chain’. Lean Production and the New Performance Management in the British Civil ServiceAbstract 
JenkinsJeanCourage, Knowledge and the Power of OrganisationAbstractPaper
RichardsJamesThe employee and the Internet: A review, map and research agendaAbstractPaper
RhombergChrisBeyond the Media Capital: Flexible Specialization and De-agglomeration in the Motion Picture IndustryAbstract 
peglerlee“The Underbelly of Global Value Chains – Reflections on Managerial Control and Labour Processes in Agricultural Value Chains”AbstractPaper
HanappiDorisExploring the Link between Tacit Knowledge and Assessment Mechanisms on Job Markets: Theoretical Challenges and Empirical PitfallsAbstractPaper
CullinaneNiallNon-union representation, union avoidance and the managerial agenda: a case studyAbstract 
KirchhoffJörg W.The Rationale of Breaking Management RulesAbstractPaper
KronbergAnneStay or Leave? Labor Market Changes and Gender StratificationAbstractPaper
FinnestrandHanneLone riders for collective interests: Union leadership as maneuvering between company goals and worker interests.AbstractPaper
Shin Joon Shik Korean Tiling Workers' Informal Skill Formation and Role of Division of Labour in the Sydney Construction IndustryAbstractPaper
OsterreichShaianneContracts Matter: Explaining Precarious Factory Work in Export SectorsAbstract 
DillJanetteMaking ‘Bad Jobs’ Better: The Case of Frontline Healthcare WorkersAbstractPaper
ChillasShiona"Work readiness" - what employers really want of graduatesAbstractPaper
PiñeiroCamilaVenezuelan Cooperatives: Practice and ChallengesAbstractPaper
  The changing class relations of supervisors under Lean Production: the case of HMRCAbstractPaper
GrugulisIrenaLatent entry to the labour market: in or out of work?Abstract 
  From preserving to renovating australian apprenticeships: Insights from recent international experiencesAbstractPaper
HenlyJuliaPrecarious Work Schedules in Low-Level Jobs: Implications for Work-Life Interferences and StressAbstractPaper
LiWeiganManagement Control in Reforming China --- Labour process theory revisitedAbstractPaper
MunroAnneThirty Years of Hospital Cleaning in England and Scotland - An Opportunity for 'better' jobs?Abstract 
atzenimaurizioMarkets, politics and production in the construction of workers’ self-managementAbstract 
PollertAnnaNon-Unionised Young Workers and Organising the UnorganisedAbstractPaper
ZalewskiJacquelineVariation in the Work Outcomes of IT and HR Professionals Who Experience OutsourcingAbstractPaper
  Discourses of surveillance and the construction of skillAbstract 
WalkerMarquita Barriers to Union Organizing: Lived experiences of hotel workers in one Midwest CityAbstract 
MirchandaniKiranDifference Enacted in Transnational Service Work: The Aesthetic Work of 'Sounding Right'Abstract 
FältholmYlvaInternal contracts to promote entrepreneurship in the public school system: Teaching between organisational and occupational professionalismAbstract 
JenkinsSarah The Complex and Contextualized Construction of Identities in the Emotional Labour Process: Or...Making Sense of a Happy WorkforceAbstractPaper
Hirsch-KreinsenHartmutPerspectives of low-skilled industrial work in advanced economiesAbstractPaper
AshworthRachelFeeling the Heat? Evaluating Attempts to Improve Diversity in the English Fire ServiceAbstractPaper
JamesSusanAre bad jobs inevitable?: Incentives to learn at the bottom end of the labour marketAbstractPaper
SchoutetenRoelThe willing, the indifferent, and the unwilling; Call center employees’ reactions to controlAbstractPaper
GradyJoNew Labour and Trade Unions; Collaborators in Neoliberalism Together?Abstract 
GaleJennyThe Prison Service: Union responses to reform and modernisationAbstractPaper
GuilllaumeCécileWhen corporate restructuring deepens and fragments gender inequalities: evidences from a European comparative study on white collars jobs in the energy sector.AbstractPaper
NessImmanuelNew Factory Occupations and Worker Control in North AmericaAbstract 
LinLefengWorkers under Disorganized Despotism - A Case from State-Owned Shipbuilding IndustryAbstract 
McIntyreRichard Shared Capitalism and Worker AppropriationAbstractPaper
IsserlesRobin Caring “for” and “about” the work we do: The Dialectics of Alienation, Emotional Labour, and an Ethic of CareAbstractPaper
MeyersJoanA Tale of Two Bureaucracies: The Effects of Formality and Hierarchy on Workplace Gender Inequality in Alternative OrganizationsAbstract 
  PRE -EMPLOYMENT TRAINING AND THE LABOUR PROCESS IN THE ‘COMPETITION STATE’AbstractPaper
  Do Knowledge Workers Need an Apprenticeship?: contrasting approaches to professional formation in the software engineering and higher education sectorsAbstractPaper
KeefeJeffreyWhen Chickens Devoured Cows:Abstract 
RothsteinJeffreyWhen Good Jobs Go Bad: the Declining Quality of Auto Work in the Global EconomyAbstract 
  Unraveling India's Skills ParadoxAbstract 
  The network-organized labor process: Control and autonomy in web production workAbstractPaper
LambertSusanLabor Flexibility Practices and Precarious Employment in Hourly Retail Jobs in the U.S.: How Frontline Managers MatterAbstract 
  Getting stuck at the bottom? Migrant labour in the Irish hospitality industry in boom and recessionAbstract 
FangelAnneVoice at work - Employee driven Innovation in new Work-space DesignAbstractPaper
LombaCédricBad jobs in the "knowledge economy": the case of the pharmaceutical industry in France and BelgiumAbstractPaper
SugrueNoreenImproving the Hospital Work Environment: The Nurse Manager is the Weakest LinkAbstract 
GattaMaryWhere are the Women in the Workforce Development System?Abstract 
ColleyLindaConsidering public sector executive reforms through labour process concepts.AbstractPaper
  Gender-related work conditions of theatre actors: Where does art end and discrimination begin?Abstract 
PupoNoreneBecoming Employees: The Case of Canada's Rural and Suburban Mail CarriersAbstractPaper
Scully-RussEllenNew media as new medium: Work, learning and institutionalization in an emerging post-industrial occupationAbstract 
JunorAnne Contesting competence: Commencing another period of training reform in Australia.AbstractPaper
TillyChris A framework for international comparative analysis of the determinants of job qualityAbstractPaper
JunorAnne The political economy and skills of aircraft maintenance: Towards a research agendaAbstractPaper
BaileyJanisLearning to labour in the twenty-first century: school aged workers and their experience of workAbstract 
FraserDoug Deskilling revisited: new evidence on the skill trajectory of the Australian economy 2001-2007Abstract 
  Undisclosed and unsustainable: a narrative and numbers analysis of the UK and Australian business modelsAbstract 
MarensRichardJettisoning Labor: Corporate Social Responsibility and the Rise and Decline of American HegemonyAbstractPaper
  Extreme Right Wing Unionism: A Case Study of Turk-MetalAbstract 
RosewarneStuartThe transnationalisation of labour markets: whither the reproduction of labour power?Abstract 
  THE IMPACT OF EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION ON ORGANISATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS AND EMPLOYEE WELL-BEING: CASES FROM NEW ZEALANDAbstractPaper
WikstrandFrida New Information technology as an arena for negotiation within and between professions and occupational groups – The nurse caseAbstractPaper
NiemistöCharlottaHiking in the Andes: New challenges and generational differences in work commitmentAbstract 
TalvesKairiExcellent scientist: women's self-positioning in academic discourseAbstractPaper
Ancelin-BourguignonAnnickRepresentations of Women in Popular Management Press: Mind the Gap!AbstractPaper
HoltgreweUrsulaProjects under pressure: how networked capitalism both requires and undermines its “new spirit” and how security continues to matterAbstractPaper
RasmussenBenteChanges in employment relations in knowledge workAbstractPaper
FeehanKathryn BredaCareer routes and the life course: exploring business graduate careersAbstract 
PerrettRobertEmployment Networks and Labour Markets in Migrant Communities: the case of learning and employment regulationAbstract 
GattaMaryWomen, Welfare, Work and Workforce Development: An Agenda for the 21st CenturyAbstract 
KellerQuitaStigma Ties: Linking Direct Care Workers, Occupational Status and Organizational Social CapitalAbstract 
RavnJohan E.Integrating conflicting interests in Leadership and Management: Organizational strategy as new ground for industrial relations.Abstract 
STEWARTPaul Japanese labour unions and the socially and economically marginalised: Kanagawa City and Union MIE.Abstract 
HuzellHenriettaPast and present service workers’ approaches and strategies to aesthetic and emotional demandsAbstract 
HuzellHenriettaWhy women are always wrong – a critical analysis of employers’ text and talkAbstract 
NicksonDennisTUPE or not TUPE? The influence of EU Transfer of Undertaking Regulations on the protection of Vulnerable Workers in the Voluntary SectorAbstract 
SzczurSamantha Over(time): The corporate campus in relation to a changing American landscape.Abstract 
LairCraigOutsourcing, Risk, and Responsibility: On the Precarious Freedoms of Disembedding for the Labor ProcessAbstractPaper
WilkowskaIwonaA Critical Realist Analysis of the Implementation and Employees’ Experience of High Performance Work Systems (HPWS)Abstract 
WeibullLouiseEmotion management in military Peace-Support Operations. Swedish experiences.Abstract 
BrookPaulComplex, contradictory and incomplete: theorising the experience of emotional labourAbstract 
ApitzschBirgitBalancing competing claims in flexible labor markets: The impact of professions and networksAbstractPaper
ClarkMary EllenCreating a Sector-Based Skills Strategy - Lessons Learned from WIREDAbstract 
KaurNavjotFemales and the glass ceiling: A study of discriminatory attitudes in the service sector of IndiaAbstractPaper
  The dynamics of workplace partnership: the NatBank experienceAbstract 
sharoneoferThe Emotional Labors of Job SearchingAbstractPaper
FineideMona Jerndahl“Backstage” Decision-Making; standardizing professional work performance coping with uncertaintyAbstractPaper
HoulihanMaeveBermuda Revisited? Power and Powerlessness in the Worker-Manager-Customer TriangleAbstract 
GreenerJoe“They’ve turned it into a factory”: Intimacy and Profit in the Elderly Residential Care Labour ProcessAbstract 
AdlerPaulThe changing forms of community in industryAbstract 
RobinsonPamelaInternational Framework Agreements: Are workers’ rights improved on banana plantations?AbstractPaper
  Working Out: the conundrum facing personal trainers engaging in emotional, aesthetic and professional labour in the service of clientsAbstract 
DeSousaValerianCall-Center Work Experience: A Comparative Study of India and the PhilippinesAbstract 
  'It’s not what people think’: Oppositional reflexivity in workers’ occupational identity constructionAbstract 
HurrellScott‘I would and I can but I don’t want to!’ Skills withdrawal, the psychological contract and service organisationsAbstractPaper
  Conceptualising 'Body Work' as labour process constraintAbstract 
HoulihanMaeve‘The posh end of temporary work’? Interim management, contingent work and the managerial labour processAbstract 
ThompsonPaulRe-visualising Creative Work: A Labour Process PerspectiveAbstract 
  Fear and cost cutting in a multi-national: Shareholders, budgets and the insecure knowledge worker.AbstractPaper
BensmanDavidFlexible Truck Transport, Indecent WorkAbstract 
  International Differences in Perceptions of Temporary Work: The Role of RelativityAbstractPaper
RobinsonPeterWorkers’ Councils in Portugal 1974-1975Abstract 
StegmaierJensFirm sponsored training and workplace representation in GermanyAbstractPaper
HavilandSaraGender and job access: Homophily in hiring practices at small and medium IT businessesAbstractPaper
StuartMarkThe developing role of trade unions in the learning agenda in BritainAbstract 
ZhengYuCollaborative New Product Development Networks and Employee Skill Development: A case study of ten pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device firms in ChinaAbstract 
DeanDeborahContingent Power in Contingent WorkAbstractPaper
  More than a Feeling? Selling and Producing SecurityAbstractPaper
NdunguAgnesInvestigating the application of Labour Legislation in South Africa: A Case Study of Domestic Workers in Port Elizabeth.Abstract 
Scully-RussEllenAn effective model for educating and retraining working adults: Lessons learned from Joint Union-Management Training ProgramsAbstractPaper
LandsbergisPaulChanging Nature of Work and Worker Health: Evidence and Labor Union InterventionsAbstract 
  Professionalism from below: Normative discourse in Indian call centersAbstractPaper
PaniagoMaria CristinaCHALLENGES OF THE CONTROL AND THE AUTONOMOUS PARTICIPATION OF THE WORKERS IN CONTEMPORARY CAPITALISMAbstractPaper
AnnerMarkSegmented Production, Fragmented Solidarity: The Impact of International Outsourcing on Labor Power in Central AmericaAbstract 
TaylorPhil‘The Missing Link’: Analysing the Global Call Centre Value ChainAbstractPaper
AvgarArielA Delicate Balancing Act: Work-Life-Balance and Quality of Care Outcomes in HospitalsAbstractPaper
  Free worker or labour for free? : An economic political study of the “culture” of unpaid overtime in TaiwanAbstract 
TaiHsiao-HuiRethinking Worker Representation in Taiwan: the Structuration of Labour IdentityAbstract 
HanappiDorisGender, Work, and Vulnerability: a multilevel life course perspectiveAbstractPaper
GonäsLenaBreaking the Gender Stereotypes? The role of higher education and the IT-sectorAbstractPaper
  Decision-making in one worker cooperativeAbstract 
  An Ethnographic Account of Representations and Realities of Worker Voice in Sri Lanka’s Export Processing Zones.AbstractPaper
SederbladPerEmotional labour in Lean Health Care - some experiences from SwedenAbstractPaper
PurcellChristinaShifting dynamics of control, consent and resistance: agency workers in the automobile sectorAbstractPaper
  Interregional Trade Union Councils between Portugal and Spain – a Portuguese viewpoint of an ongoing processAbstract 
Rocha LawtonNataliaGender and age relations in the workplace and the union: an intersectional analysisAbstract 
HelperSusanGoverning Shared Supply Chains for Skill Development and Fair PayAbstract 
EideEricFirm Knowledge and Skill Creation in the Indian ITES IndustryAbstractPaper
  Are bad jobs inevitable? A special reference to Indian scenarioAbstract 
  Work & Family Integration: Senior Executive StrategiesAbstractPaper
StevanovicJasminaThe process of gender construction in the merchant marineAbstract 
  “The Future of Good Jobs and the Crisis of their Representations in France”AbstractPaper
elenriotWomen's small worldAbstractPaper
elenriotwomen's small worldAbstractPaper
  Globalization, jobs relocation and impacts on labour: the case of service provision in offshore call centers in ArgentinaAbstract 
BurgmannVerityWorkers’ Control Experiments in Australia in the 1970s: an autonomist Marxist analysisAbstractPaper
  Regulation and Emotional Labour in Family Child CareAbstract 
HouserLindaEmployment Challenges Connected to Caring for a Child with Autism Spectrum DisorderAbstract 
CharestJeanVocational Training, Education System and the Labour Market: Why Social Actors Matter?Abstract 
HouserLindaFocusing a Gender Lens on New Jersey Employment in Challenging Economic TimesAbstract 
AndersonPaulineThe utility of operationalising the concept of skill ecosystems: the case of intermediate occupations in ScotlandAbstractPaper
TrigonaMarieOccupy Everything!: Factory occupations and worker self-management in Latin America strategies for social emancipationAbstract 
  Submerged discontent and institutions: doctors' pay in Chinese hospitalsAbstractPaper
LimaJacobWorkers and Self-Management: between Solidarity and MarketAbstract 
McIntoshBryanBryan McIntoshAbstract 
  The 'body work economy' of southeast FloridaAbstract 
BenkhoffBirgitHow Personnel Strategies in German Retailing tap Market MechanismsAbstract 
SimmonsLouiseThe Multiple Perspectives on Economic Justice Movements in the U.S.Abstract 
  JOB POLARISATION IN THE UK – AN ASSESSMENT AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR SKILLS POLICYAbstractPaper
TaksaLucyGendering derogatory names: interpreting assessments of work performance through nicknamingAbstractPaper
RainbirdHelenSkill formation and global value networks: the case of the Chilean salmon industryAbstract 
  The ESOP Phenomenon and Democracy in the WorkplaceAbstractPaper
WorthingtonFrankBrand Lives Disney Style: An Ethnography of ‘Skin Close’ Emotional Labour Control Methods at Disneyworld Florida.Abstract 
WorthingtonFrankWhat Counts as Good Ethnography in Labour Process Studies?Abstract 
BoltonSharonThe (Emotion) Work of Managers: Re-examining the Managerial Emotional Labour ProcessAbstract 
HammondsClareUnionization of Family Child-Care Providers: Assessing the EffectsAbstract 
CampbellShelaghErosion and renewal of professional powers in public sector employmentAbstractPaper
WagnerKarinApprenticeship and Career Development for 1st line management - a Swiss-German-British comparison in Retailing and EngineeringAbstract 
YuSerenaEducation, Work and Economic RenewalAbstract 
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