Holly is a Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour. She has previously worked at The University of Warwick and Scottish Power Plc. Holly has taught Organisation Management, Orgnaisation Theory and HRM at undergraduate and masters levels and conducts research in the fields of careers, work transitions, identity, social enterprise and retirement.
Policy and Advisory Documents
Cabinet Office Publication (2009) - Fair Access: Good Practice - a Phase 2 report from the Panel - http://www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/strategy/work_areas/accessprofessions.aspx (Primary author)
Cabinet Office Publication (2009) - Fair Access Panel Research Paper - http://www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/strategy/work_areas/accessprofessions.aspx (Primary author)
Cabinet Office Publication (2009) - Unleashing Aspiration:
The Final Report of the Panel on Fair Access to the Professions http://www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/strategy/work_areas/accessprofessions.aspx (Key contributor)
Marsh, H (2002) ‘Changing Pressure-Group Politics: The Case of the TUC 1994–2000’, Politics 22(3): 143-151.
Marsh, H and Marsh, D (2002) ‘Tories in the Killing Fields? The Fate of Private Members' Bills in the 1997-2001 Parliament’, Journal of Legislative Studies 8(1): 91-112.
Refereed Conference Proceedings
2012Paper presented at ISBE conference, Social Entrepreneurship
2011Paper presented EGOS 2011 Gothenburg, Downshifting and the Boundaryless Career
2011Papers presented CMS 2011 Naples, Critical Realism and Identity in Career Transitions
2011 Paper presented at CMS 2011 Naples, Downshifting and Identity
2011Paper presented at the Australian National University, Canberra, Class and Structured Inequality
2010 Paper presented at Critical Realism in Action conference, Leeds University, Critical Realism and Qualitative Research Methods
2009 Paper presented at CMS Warwick, Identity Transitions: The Experience of Retirement
2008 Visiting Research Fellow at Lund University Sweden. Seminar paper presented, Identity and Critical Realism
2007 Paper presented European Group of Organization Studies conference in Vienna, The Retirement Transition and Identity
2007 Paper accepted for Critical Management Studies conference in Manchester
2007Paper Presented WBS, Exploring the Retirement Transition