Paul co-ordinates and teaches on the following modules:
'The firm and the Business Environment' with Dr. Paolo Di Martino, 1st year UG Business Management, 10 credits, semester 2
'The place of Business in Society', Module outside of main discipline, level 'I' UG, 20 credits, semesters 1 & 2
'Consulting Skills' with Deloitte Consulting, MBA competitive elective, semester 3
Paul contributes lectures to the following modules:
'Employment Relations', 3rd year UG Business Management, 10 credits, semester 1
'Contemporary Issues in Work, Employment and People Management', MSc. HRM, 10 credits, semester 2
Heyes, J. and Lewis, P.C. (2014) ‘Employment Protection under fire: why labour market deregulation will not deliver quality jobs' in Economic and Industrial Democracy, Volume 35, Issue 4, pp.587-607, Sage
Heyes, J., Lewis, P.C. and Clarke, I. (2014) ‘Varieties of Capitalism, varieties of crises’ in Vidal, M and Hauptmeier, M. (editors) The Comparative Political Economy of Work and Employment Relations, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.
Heyes J., Lewis P.C. and Clarke I. (2012) 'Varieties of Capitalism, neoliberalism and the economic crisis of 2008-?' Industrial Relations Journal, Volume 43, Issue 3, May, pp.222-41
Lewis P.C. and Perry J. (2012) 'Price Wars: The Crisis and the Future of Financialized Capitalism' in Overbeek H. and van Apeldoorn B. Neoliberalism in Crisis, Palgrave, pp.93-116
Lewis P.C. (2011) ‘Upskilling the workers will not upskill the work. Why the dominant economic framework limits child poverty reduction in the UK’, Journal of Social Policy, Volume 40, Issue 3, January 2011, pp.535-56
Lewis P.C. (2010) ‘The Global Financial Crisis 2007-: Origins, Nature and Consequences’ in ‘Volume 1 of Global Security and International Political Economy’ edited by Bilgin, P. and Williams, P.D. in Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), Developed under the Auspices of the UNESCO, pp.339-68, 2010. http://www.eolss.net
Lewis P.C. (2010) review of Morgan (2009) Private Equity Finance: Rise and Repercussions, Capital and Class, Issue 101, Summer 2010.
Lewis P.C. (2009) ‘(How) do flexible labour markets really work? The role of profitability in influencing unemployment’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Volume 33, Number 1, January, pp.51-77
Lewis P.C. (2006) ‘Global Markets’, ‘Physical Capital’ and‘Triadization’ in Mark Bevir (ed.), Sage Encyclopaedia of Governance.London: Sage, 2006.
Lewis P.C. ‘Towards an IPE of Distribution’
Lewis P.C. and Peng, F. 'Baumol and the post-industrial trilemma: examining the relationship between productivity, prices and wages'
Heyes J. and Lewis P.C. 'Employment Protection under fire: why labour market deregulation will not deliver quality jobs' presented at the inaugural conference of the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI), 16-18 July 2012.
Lewis P.C. and Peng, F. 'Baumol and the post-industrial trilemma: Revisting the relationship between productivity, prices and wages' presented at the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE) 24th Annual Conference, MIT, Cambridge USA, 28-30 June 2012.
Heyes J., Lewis P.C. and Clarke I. 'Financial Capitalism and the Contemporary Weakness of Labour: The Challenge of Financialisation, Crisis and the State', presented at the European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR) General Conference, University of Iceland, 25- 27 August 2011,
Heyes J., Lewis P.C. and Clarke I. 'Verities of Capitalism: Neo-liberalism and the economic crisis of 2008-?', presented at the British Universities Industrial Relations Association Annual Conference, ‘Work and Industrial Relations in an Age of Austerity’, University of Greenwich, UK, 7-9 July 2011
Lewis P.C. ‘Transnational and National Logics in the determination of Wages’, Presented at the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE) 22nd Annual Conference, Philadelphia, 24-26 June 2010. Published by All Academic Research on behalf of (SASE), http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p428313_index.html
Lewis P.C. (2010) ‘Towards an IPE of distribution’, within the panel ‘Towards Bringing Scientific Realism and Relevant Economic Theory to Global Political Economy’, paper presented at the 51st Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), New Orleans, February.
Lewis P.C. and Perry J. (2009) ‘Price Wars: The politics of the financial crisis as a battle over income distribution’ paper presented at the British International Studies Association (BISA) Annual Conference, University of Leicester, December, and at the 51st Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), New Orleans, February 2010.
Lewis P.C. (2008) ‘Why relative poverty cannot be reduced through policies of upskilling and increased participation in work’, paper presented at BISA Annual Conference, University of Exeter, December.
Lewis P.C. (2008) ‘Explaining relative values ascribed to occupational roles, the influence of the financialisation of the firm’, paper presented at the 49th Annual Convention of the ISA, San Francisco, March.
Lewis P.C. (2007) ‘Notions of value in the labour market, why the neoclassical supply/demand framework cannot explain relative wages’, paper presented at the ESRC Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change Annual Conference, Manchester, September.
Lewis P.C. (2007) ‘Can relative poverty reduction remain a goal of social justice?’, paper presented at the 48th Annual Convention of the ISA, Chicago, February.
Lewis P.C. (2006) ‘Bringing politics back into distribution: Can the principle of meritocracy support rising inequality’, paper presented at BISA Annual Conference, University of Cork, December.
Lewis P.C. (2006) ‘Understanding Income Distribution within a Modern Capitalist Economy’, paper presented at the 56th AnnualConference of the Political Studies Association (PSA), University of Reading, April.