Financial Capitalism, Breach of Trust and Collateral Damage: Cadbury, EMI, Mervyn's and Stuyvesant town / Peter Cooper Village
Clark, I. (2000) ‘Governance, The State, Regulation and Industrial Relations’ published in the Routledge Explorations in Economic History Series. Routledge Research, London. Hardback, ISBN0-415-20263-9, July, 208 pages.
Dr Ian Clark co-authors high selling text - 06/05/10
Dr.Ian Clark, Department of Management co-authors three chapters in the 6th edition of Beardwell and Claydon HRM: A Contemporary Approach,published by Pearson. This edited text is one of the UK’s highestselling texts on HRM.
Heyes, J. and Clark, I. (2011) ‘The Role of the State’ in Townsend, K. and Wilkinson, A. (Eds) The Edward Elgar Research Handbook on Work and Employment Relations. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, January. Hardback 9781848448469, 320 pages.
Claydon, T. and Clark, I., (2010) ‘Comparative HRM: Trends and Prospects’ in Beardwell and Claydon, 6th edition.
Beardwell, J. and Clark, I. (2010) An Introduction to HRM: Strategy, Style or Outcome’. in Beardwell and Claydon 6th edition.
Clark, I. (2010) ‘The Contract of Employment and Employee Rights at Work’ in Beardwell, J. and Claydon, T. Human Resource Management A Contemporary Perspective, Pearson Education 6th edition.
Clark, I. and Almond, P. (2006) ‘The Origin and Evoloutionof the American Business System’ in Almond, P. and Ferner, A. (Eds) American Multinationals in Europe: Human Resource Policies and Practices. Oxford University Press.
Ferner, A., Almond, P., Butler, P., Clark, I., Colling, T.,Edwards, T. and Holden, L. (2004) ‘Das Human Resource Management Americanisher Unternehmen in Grossbritanien’ in Wacher, H., and Peters,R., (Eds) Personal Politik Amerikanischer Unterehmen in Europe. RainerHamppVerlag, Munchen, Germany.
Clark, I., Almond, P., Tregaskis, O. (2004) HRM in Multinationals: A Comparative International Perspective’ in Beardwell and Claydon, 4th edition.
REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES FOR THE CURRENT RESEARCH EXCELLENCE FRAMEWORK PERIOD, January 2009+ (all inclusions are published or are fully accepted and awaiting publication).
Appelbaum, E., Batt, R. and Clark, I. (2013, forthcoming) 'Implications of Financial Capitalism for Employment Relations Research: Evidence from Breach of Trust and Implicit Contracts in Private Equity Buyouts' British Journal of Industrial Relations. Summer.
Heyes, J., Lewis, P., Clark, I. (2012) 'Varieties of Capitalism: The State, Financialization and the Economic Crisis of 2007-? forthcoming Industrial Relations Journal 43(2) 222-241 ABS 2* internationally recognised journal
Clark, I. (2012) 'Templates for Financial Control?' Human Resource Management Journal. Now published on line first March 27th 2012 ABS 3* internationally excellent journal
Clark, I. and Bawden, C. (2011) 'Investment in the UK Retail Sector by Mid-Market Private Equity 2000-2008' Venture Capital: An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance Vol. 13(3) 215-243. ABS 2* star ranked internationally recognised journal.
Clark, I. (2011) ‘Private Equity and Union Recognition and Value Extraction at the AA’ Industrial Relations Journal 42(1) 36-50 ABS 2* star ranked internationally recognised journal.
Morrell, K. and Clark, I. (2010) ‘Private Equity and the Public Good’ Journal of Business Ethics 96:249-263. ABS 3* journal recognised as internationally excellent.
Bailey, D., Clark, I., and De Ruyter, A. (2010) ‘Private Equity and the Flight of the Phoenix Four – The Collapse of MG Rover’ Cambridge Journal of the Regions, Economy and Society’ Volume 3(3) pages 1-15. ABS 2* ranked internally recognised Journal
Clark, I. (2009a) The Private Equity Business Model And Associated Strategies For HRM: Evidence And Implications? The International Journal of Human Resource Management. 20(10), October, 2030-2048,
ABS, 2009 journal ranked 3*. (2008 RAE rated as internationally excellent)
Clark, I. (2009b) ‘Private Equity in the UK: Job Regulation and Trade Unions’ Journal of Industrial Relations. 51(4) 491-502
ABS, 2009 journal ranked 2 (2008 RAE rated as recognised internationally)
Clark,I. (2009c) ‘Owners not Managers: Disconnecting Managerial Capitalism?Understanding the Take Private Equity Business Model.’ Work, Employment and Society 23(4) December. Pages 775-786.
ABS, 2009 journal ranked 4 (2008 RAE rated as world-leading)
Clark, I. (2008) ‘Private Equity Friend or Foe’ Editor’s Highlight/Leader referred debate article in People Management 21stAugust, pages 18-25. CIPD, London, www.peoplemanagement.co.uk reviewed in BUIRA news no 63, page 1, October 2008, President’s Review. www.buira.org.uk
Clark, I. (2007) Private Equity and HRM in the British Business System’ Human Resource Management Journal 17(3) 218-226.
Clark, I. (2006) ‘Another Third Way:? VW and the Trails of Stakeholder Capitalism’ Industrial Relations Journal 37(6). (cited as atop 20 read paper as at July 2007)
Clark, I. (2006) Bookshelf, European Review Editorial,‘Coherence and Transferability, Expectation and Competitiveness’ Industrial Relations Journal 37(6).
Colling, T. and Clark, I. (2006) ‘What Happened When the Americans Took Over Britain’s Electricity Industry? ExploringTrans-National Sector Effects on Employment Relations’ International Journal of Human Resource Management 19(9) 1625-1644.
Clark, I., Almond, P., Gunnigle, P., Wachter, H. (2005) ‘Americanization in the European Business System’ Industrial Relations Journal 36(6) December, pages 494-517.
Edwards, T., Almond, P., Clark, I., Colling, T. and Ferner, A. (2005). ‘Reverse Diffusion in US Multinationals: Barriers from the American Business System’ Journal of Management Studies 42(6) pages1261-1268.
Clark, I. and Colling, T. (2005) ‘The Management of Human Resources in Project-Led Organizations’ Personnel Review Volume 34(2)178-191.
Ferner, A., Almond, P., Clark, I., Colling, T., Edwards,T., Holden, L., (2004) ‘The Dynamics of Central Control and SubsidiaryAutonomy in the Management of Human Resources: Case Study Evidence fromUS MNC’s in the UK’ Organization Studies Volume 25(3) pages 363-391.
Clark, I. (2004) ‘The Past – ‘A Prequel to the Future’Review Essay on Post-War Productivity Missions, Labour History Review Volume 69(2) 257-259.
Clark, I. and Almond, P. (2004) ‘Dynamism and Embeddedness:Towards a Lower Road?: British Subsidiaries of American Multinationals and the British Business System Industrial Relations Journal Volume35(5) pages 536-556.
Almond, P., Edwards, T. Clark, I. (2003) ‘Multinationals and Changing National Business Systems in Europe: Towards the“Shareholder Value” Model’? Industrial Relations Journal Volume 34 (5),Pages 430-446.
Clark, I., Colling, T., Almond, P., Peters, R., Gunnigle,P., Morley, M., Portillo, M. (2002) ‘Multinationals in Europe 2001-2002: Home Country, Host Country and Sector Effects in the Contextof Crisis’ Industrial Relations Journal Volume 33(5) pages 445-463.
Colling, T. and Clark, I. (2002) ‘ “Looking for Americanness”: Sector Effects in Engineering Process Plant Contracting’ European Journal of Industrial Relations Volume 8(3) pages 301-325.
Clark, I. (2001) ‘Employer Resistance to the Fordist Labour Process’: The Significance of Historical Evidence on the Post-War Period Contemporary British History. Volume 15(2) pp.28-52.
Clark, I. (2001) ‘Strategic HRM as a Budgetary Control Mechanism in the Large Corporation: A Case Study from Engineering Contracting. Critical Perspectives on Accounting. December Volume 12797-815 pages
Clark, I. (2000) ‘The Productivity Race – British Manufacturing in Historical Perspective’ Historical Studies in Industrial Relations No. 9 Spring 2000, pages 133-146
Clark, I. (1999) ‘Institutional Stability in Management Practice and Industrial Relations: The Influence of the Anglo-AmericanCouncil for Productivity, 1948-1952’ Business History, Volume 40(3) July. pages 64-92
Clark, I. (1999) ‘Corporate Human Resources and “Bottom Line” Financial Performance’ Personnel Review Volume 28(4) pages 290-307
Reports and Control publications (restricted circulation)
Applebaum, E., Batt, R., Clark, I. (2011) 'Financial Capitalism, Breach of Trust and Collateral Damage' Report published for the Centre for Economic Policy Research, November 2011. Available on the CEPR website, under experts publications - Eileen Appelbaum www.CEPR.net
(No Author Credit, 2011) 'A Long-Term Focus for Corporate Britain' Summary of Responses, Department of Business, March 2011.
Clark, I. (2007a) Written Evidence submitted to the Financial Services Authority on Private Equity Regulation, March.(Cited as a contributor to the FSA Feedback Report ‘Private Equity: A Discussion of Risk and Regulatory Engagement, June 2007)
Clark, I. (2007b) Private Equity, HRM and the British Business System. Report and Evidence submitted to the Treasury Select Committee on Private Equity as part of the GMB union submission, April2007. Published by the TSC as the ‘GMB Memorandum of Submission’, June2007.
No author Credit (2007c) House of Commons TreasuryCommittee, Private Equity, Tenth Report of Session 2006-07 Volume 2: Oral and Written Evidence, House of Commons HC 567-11 August,Stationery Office. Pages 101-106 authored by Ian Clark.