Future of Work

Publications

2016

Arevshatian, L., Alfes, K., Shantz, A. and Bailey, C. (2016 – in press) ‘The Effect of HRM Attributions on Emotional Exhaustion and the Mediating Roles of Job Involvement and Work Intensification.’ Human Resource Management Journal.

Bailey, C. (2017 – in press) ‘Employee Engagement: Do Practitioners Care What Academics Have to Say – and Should They?’ Human Resource Management Review.

Bailey, C., and Madden, A. (2016) ‘What makes Work Meaningful – or Meaningless’.  MIT Sloan Management Review, Vol 57, no. 4, pp. 53-61.

Bailey, C., and Madden, A. (2016 – online) ‘Time Reclaimed: Temporality and Meaningful Work’. Work, Employment and Society.

Bailey, C., Madden, A., Alfes, K., Shantz, A., and Soane, E. (2017 – in press) ‘The Mis-Managed Soul: Existential Labor and the Erosion of Meaningful Work’.  Human Resource Management Review. 

Bozkurt, Ödül (2016) To drive Bond-style classic cars into the future, Britain needs a new generation of Qs. The Conversation. 

Bozkurt, Ödül and Stowell, Alison (2016) Skills in the green economy: recycling promises in the UK e-waste management sector. New Technology, Work and Employment, 31 (2). pp. 146-160. ISSN 0268-1072 

Bozkurt, Ödül (2016) Academics must not give up on monographs. Times Higher Education. 

Kornelakis, A. & Voskeritsian, H. (2016) ‘Getting Together or Breaking Apart? Trade Union Strategies, Restructuring and Contingent Workers in Southern Europe’ ECONOMIC AND INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY (online first)

Kornelakis, A., Veliziotis, M. & Voskeritsian, H. (2016) ‘How Can Competitiveness be Achieved in Post-crisis Europe: Deregulating Employment Relations or Enhancing High Performance Work Practices?’ International Journal of Human Resource Management (online first)

Madden, A. and Bailey, C. (2017 – in press) ‘Engagement: Where’s the Power Gone?’ Organizational Dynamics.

Monks, K., Conway, E., Fu, N., Bailey, C., Kelly, G., and Hannon, E. (2016 – in press) ‘Enhancing Knowledge Exchange and Combination through HR Practices: Reflexivity as a Translation Process’. Human Resource Management Journal.

Petrakaki, D. & Kornelakis, A. (2016) ‘We Can Only Request What’s in our Protocol: Technology and Work Autonomy in Healthcare’ NEW TECHNOLOGY WORK AND EMPLOYMENT. 31, 3, p. 223–237

Zartaloudis, S. & Kornelakis, A. (2016) ‘Flexicurity between Europeanization and Varieties of Capitalism? A comparative analysis of employment protection reforms in Portugal and Greece’ JOURNAL OF COMMON MARKET STUDIES (forthcoming)

2015

Alfes, K., Shantz, A. and Bailey, C. (2015 – online) ‘Enhancing Volunteer Engagement to Achieve Desirable Outcomes: What can Non-Profit Employers Do?’ Voluntas

Bailey, C., Madden, A., Alfes, K., Fletcher, L. (in press) ‘What is Engagement and does it matter? A Narrative Evidence Synthesis and Research Agenda’. International Journal of Management Reviews.

Bailey, C., Madden, A., Alfes, K., Robinson, D., Fletcher, L., Holmes, J., Buzzeo, J. and Currie, G. (2015) Evaluating the Evidence on Employee Engagement and its Potential Benefits to NHS Staff: A Narrative Synthesis of the Literature. Health Services and Delivery Research, Vol. 3, no. 26.

Bozkurt, Ödül (2015) The punctuation of mundane jobs with extreme work: Christmas at the supermarket deli counter. Organization, 22 (4). pp. 476-492.

Conway, E., Fu, N., Monks, K., Alfes, K. and Bailey. C. (2016) ‘Demands or Resources? The Relationship between HR Practices, Employee Engagement and Emotional Exhaustion within a Hybrid Model of Employment Relations’. Human Resource Management, Vol. 55, no. 5, pp. 901-918. 

D’Andreta, D., Marabelli, M, Newell, S., Scarbrough, H. and Swan, J. (forthcoming). Dominant cognitive frames and the innovative power of social networks. Organization Studies

Kawai , Norifumi (2015) Does Downsizing Really Matter? Evidence from Japanese Multinationals in the European Manufacturing Industry. International Journal of Human Resource Management,  26 (4). pp. 501-519.

Kawai, Norifumi and Strange, Roger (2015) Perceived organizational support and expatriate performance: understanding a mediated model. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 25 (17). pp. 2438-2462. 

Kornelakis, A. (in press) ‘Inclusion or Dualisation? The Political Economy of Employment Relations in Italian and Greek Telecommunications’. British Journal of Industrial Relations.

Leong, M-L; Pan, S-L., and Newell, S. (Forthcoming). The Emergence of Self-Organizing E-commerce Ecosystem in Remote Villages of China: A Tale of Digital Empowerment for Rural Development. MIS Quarterly

Madden, A., Bailey, C. and Kerr, J. (2015) ‘For this I was made’. Gender and callings: the experience of being called as a woman priest.’ Work, Employment and Society, Vol. 29, no. 5, pp. 866-874. 

Newell, Sue (2015) Managing knowledge and managing knowledge work: what we know and what the future holds. Journal of Information Technology, 30. pp. 1-17. ISSN 0268-3962

Newell, S. and Marabelli, M. (2015). Strategic Opportunities (and Challenges) of algorthimic decision-making: A call for action on the long-term societal effects of datification¹. Journal of Strategic Information Systems.

Petrakaki, D. Cornford, T. & Klecun, E.  (in press) The Changing Nature Of Healthcare Professional Work Afforded By Technology: The Introduction Of An Electronic Patient Record In An English Hospital. Organization: the critical journal of organization, theory and society.

Shantz, A., Alfes, K., Bailey, C. and Soane, E. (2015) ‘Drivers and Outcomes of Work Alienation: Reviving a Concept’. Journal of Management Inquiry. Vol. 24, no. 4, pp. 382-393.(ABS 3)

2014

Chung, Chul, Sparrow, Paul and Bozkurt, Ödül (2014) South Korean MNEs’ international HRM approach: hybridization of global standards and local practices. Journal of World Business, 49 (4). pp. 549-559.

Hayes, Niall, Introna, Lucas and Petrakaki, Dimitra (2014) Imbrications of institutional logics: the case of an e-government initiative in Greece. New Technology, Work and Employment, 29 (2). pp. 124-138.

Kawai, Norifumi and Mohr, Alex (2014) The contingent effects of role ambiguity and role novelty on expatriates' work-related outcomes. British Journal of Management, 26 (2). pp. 143–345

Kornelakis, A. (2014) Balancing flexibility with security in organizations? Exploring the links between flexicurity and human resource development. Human Resource Development Review, 13 (4). pp. 398-412.

Kornelakis, A. (2014) Liberalisation, flexibility and industrial relations institutions: evidence from Italian and Greek banking. Work, Employment and Society, 28 (1). pp. 40-57. 

Kornelakis, A. and Voskeritsian, H. (2014) The transformation of employment regulation in Greece: towards a dysfunctional liberal market economy. Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations, 69 (2). pp. 344-365.

Nielsen, J., Mathiassen, L. and Newell, S. (2014). Theorization and translation in IT Institutionalization: Evidence from Danish Home Care. MIS Quarterly, 38, 1, 165-186

Petrakaki, D. Waring, J. & Barber, N. (2014) Technological affordances of Risk and Blame: the Case of the Electronic Prescription Service in England¹.
Sociology of Health and Illness, vol.36, no.5, pp.703-718

Sibunruang, H., Capezio, A., & Restubog, S. L. D. (2014). In Pursuit of Success The Differential Moderating Effects of Political Skill on the Relationships Among Career-Related Psychological Needs and Ingratiation. Journal of Career Assessment, 23(2), 336-348. 

2010 - 2013

Ramirez, M., Li, X and Chen, W. (2013), Comparing the Impact of Intra- and Inter-regional Labour Mobility on Problem-solving in a Chinese Science Park. “Regional Studies”. Vol. 47, Issue No 10, 1734-1751.

Sibunruang, H., Capezio, A., & Restubog, S. L. D. (2013). Getting Ahead Through Flattery: Examining the Moderating Roles of Organization-Based Self-Esteem and Political Skill in the Ingratiation–Promotability Relationship. Journal of Career Assessment, 22(4), 610-626.

Xheneti, M. and Smallbone, D. and Welter, F. (2013) EU enlargement effects on cross-border informal entrepreneurial activities. European Urban and Regional Studies, 20 (3), 314-328.

Bozkurt, Ödül (2012) Foreign Employers as Relief Routes: Women, Multinational Corporations and Managerial Careers in Japan. Gender, Work & Organization, 19 (3). pp. 225-253.

Petrakaki, D. Barber, N. & Waring, J. (2012) The Possibilities of Technology in Shaping Healthcare Professionals :(Re/De-) Professionalization of Pharmacists in England, Social Science & Medicine, vol.75, no.2, pp.429-437.

Bozkurt, Ödül and Mohr, Alexander T (2011) Forms of cross-border mobility and social capital in multinational enterprises. Human Resource Management Journal, 21 (2). pp. 138-155.

Grugulis, Irena and Bozkurt, Ödül (2011) Retail Work. Critical Perspectives on Work and Employment . Palgrave MacMillan, Basingstoke.

Johnston, A. Kornelakis, A. and Rodriguez d'Acri, C. (2011) Social partners and the welfare state: Recalibration, privatization or collectivization of social risks? European Journal of Industrial Relations, 17 (4). pp. 349-364.

Introna L, Hayes N and Petrakaki D, (2010) 'The working out of modernisation in the public sector: the case of an e-government initiative in Greece', The International Journal of Public Administration, vol.33, no.1, pp.11-25.

Ramirez, M. and Dickenson, P. (2010), Gatekeepers, Knowledge Brokers and Inter-firm Knowledge Transfer in Beijing’s Zhongguancun Science Park, “International Journal of Innovation Management’, Vol 14 No.1.