Refereed Journal Articles
Donnelly, R. (2015) ‘Gender, careers and flexibility in consultancies in the UK and the USA: a multi-level relational analysis’. IJHRM, 26 (1): 80-99.
Donnelly, R. (2011) ‘The organisation of working time in the knowledge economy: An insight into the working time patterns of consultants in the UK and the USA’. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 49 (S1): 93-114.
Donnelly, R., Grimshaw, D. and Miozzo, M. (2011) ‘Does the UK have a “comparative institutional advantage” that is supportive of the IT services sector’. New Technology, Work and Employment, 26 (2): 98-112.
Donnelly, R. (2011) ‘The ambiguities and tensions in creating and capturing value: Views from HRM consultants in a leading consultancy firm’. Human Resource Management, 50 (3): 429-444.
Donnelly, R. (2011) ‘The coalescence between synergies and conflicts of interest in a top consultancy firm: An analysis of the implications for consultants’ attitudes and behaviours’. Human Resource Management Journal, 21 (1): 60-73.
Donnelly, R. (2009) ‘Career behavior in the knowledge economy: Experiences and perceptions of career mobility among management and IT consultants in the UK and the USA’. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 75 (3): 319-328.
Donnelly, R. (2009) ‘The knowledge economy and the restructuring of employment: The case of consultants in a contemporary bureaucratic setting’. Work, Employment and Society, 23 (2): 323–341.
Donnelly, R. (2008) ‘Careers and temporal flexibility in the new economy: An Anglo-Dutch comparison of consultancy’. Human Resource Management Journal, 18 (3): 197–215.
Donnelly, R. (2008) ‘The Management of Consultancy Knowledge: An internationally comparative analysis’, Journal of Knowledge Management, 12 (6): 71–83.
Donnelly, R. (2006) ‘How ‘Free’ is the Free Worker? An investigation into the working arrangements available to Knowledge Workers’, Personnel Review, (35) 1: 78–97.
Donnelly, R. (2011). ‘Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour’ in Butler and Rose (eds.) Introduction to Organisational Behaviour, London: CIPD.
Donnelly, R. (2012) ‘Changing Organizational Hierarchies’ in Dundon, T. and Wilkinson, A. (eds.) Case studies in people management, strategy and innovation. Australia, Victoria: Tide University Press.
Rubery, J., Grimshaw, D., Donnelly, R. and Urwin, P.(2009), ‘Revisiting the UK national model: from basket case to successstory?’ In G. Bosch., S. Lehndorff and J. Rubery (eds.), EuropeanModels in Flux. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Rubery, J. , Grimshaw, D., Smith, M. and Donnelly, R. (2006) The National Reform Programme 2006 and the gender aspects of the European Employment Strategy. Prepared for the Equality Unit, European Commission.
Fagan, C., Donnelly, R., Urwin, P. and Tavora, I. (2005) Gender Mainstreaming in the 2005 National Action Plan Implementation Reports for the Social Inclusion Process – the coordinators’ report. External report commissioned by and presented to the EC Directorate General Employment and Social Affairs, Unit G1.
Rubery, J., Grimshaw, D., Figueiredo, H., Smith, M. and Donnelly, R. (2005) The National Reform Programme 2005 and the gender aspects of the European Employment Strategy. Prepared for the Equality Unit, European Commission.
Fagan, C., Rubery, J., Urwin, P. and Donnelly, R. (2005) An evaluation of the gender dimension to the national action plan for social inclusion 2005 – the UK national report. Prepared for the Equality Unit, European Commission.
Fagan, C., Donnelly, R. and Rubery, J. (2005) The reconciliation of work and private life in the UK. Report prepared for the Equality Unit, European Commission.
Freelancing Expertise: Contract Professionals in the New Economy by D. Osnowitz (2010). Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Reviewed for Administrative Science Quarterly.