(with E. Leeson and A. Munro) ‘Is regulation good for skilldevelopment? Mediating actors and workplace practice in adult socialcare in England’, International Journal of Human Resource Management, forthcoming.
(with P. Ramirez) ‘Making the connections: bringing skill formation into global value chain analysis’, Work, Employment and Society, forthcoming.
(editorial, with M. Rose) ‘Work, Employment and Society,1997-2007: becoming a sociologically oriented, international,multi-disciplinary journal’, Work, Employment and Society 2008, 22, 2:203-220.
(with M. Rose) ‘Work, Employment and Society, 1997-2007: la segunda década’ Sociología del Trabajo, 2007, 61, otoňo.
‘Can training remove the glue from the “sticky floor” of lowpaid work for women?’ Equal Opportunities International, 26, 6, 2007.
(editorial with M. Rose) ‘The new editorial team. Work,Employment and Society: new technology, new organization …..collegiatecontinuity’, Work, Employment and Society, 2005, 19,2:453-457.
(with A. Munro, L. Holly and R. Leisten) ‘Power at work:reflections on the research process’, International Journal of SocialResearch Methodology, 2004, 7, 4:289-304.
(with A. Munro) 'Opening doors as well as banging on tables:an assessment of UNISON/employer partnerships on learning in the UKpublic sector' Industrial Relations Journal, 2004, 35,5:419-433.
(with A. Munro) 'Workplace learning and the employmentrelationship in the public sector' Human Resource Management Journal,2003, 13, 2:30-44.
(with A. Munro) 'Job change and workplace learning in thepublic sector: the significance of new technology for unskilled work',New Technology, Work and Employment, 2002, 17,3:208-219.
(with Jim Sutherland) 'Conflitto o collaborazione con idatori di lavoro? Sindacati e processi di formazione in Gran Bretagna'Quaderni Rassegna Sindacale. La Contrattazione del Sapere, 2001,2:85-100.
(with A. Munro and L. Holly). '"My ladies aren't interestedin learning": Managers, supervisors and the social context of learning',International Review of Education, 2000, 46,6, 515-528.
'Skilling the unskilled: access to work based learning andthe lifelong learning agenda' Journal of Education and Work, 2000, no.2:183-197.
(with A. Munro) 'The new unionism and the new bargainingagenda: UNISON-employer partnerships on workplace learning in Britain,British Journal of Industrial Relations, 38,2, 2000:223-240.
(As a member of the Research Network 'Emploi-exclusion')'Rapports entre formes d'emploi et temps du travail. Une comparaisoneuropeene' Sociologia del Lavoro, Speciale VII Journees de Sociologiedu Travail. Temps, Statut et Conditions du Travail, 1999, 74-75:124-132.
'Review essay: continued vocational training in Europe' Comparative Labour Law and Policy Journal, 1998, 19,2: 331-341.
'La formation continue en Grande Bretagne' Revue Formation/Emploi, decembre, 1994:13-49.
'The changing role of the training function: a test for theintegration of Human Resource and business strategies?' Human ResourceManagement Journal, 1994. 5,1: 72-90.
(editor, with A. Fuller and A. Munro) Workplace Learning in Context, London, Routledge. 2004:1-314.
(editor, with C. Bernier, A. Jobert and J. Saglio)Formation, Relations Professionelles et Syndicalisme a l'Heure de laSociete-Monde, L'Harmattan, Presses de l'Universite Laval, Canada,2002:1-254.
(editor) Training in the Workplace. Critical Perspectives on Learning at Work. MacMillan, Basingstoke, 2000:1-293.
(editor, with P. Ainley) Apprenticeship. Towards a New Paradigm of Learning. Kogan Page, London, 1999:1-211.
(editor, with A. Jobert, C. Marry and L. Tanguy) Educationand Work in Great Britain, Germany and Italy. Routledge, London, 1997:1-309.
Training Matters. Union Perspectives on Industrial Restructuring and Training. Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1990:1-189.
co-author with Karen Evans, Phil Hodkinson, Lorna Unwin,Alison Fuller, Heather Hodkinson, Natasha Kersh, Anne Munro and PeterSenker) Improving Workplace Learning, London, Routledge. 2006.1-210.
(with J. Heyes) ‘The state, business and training’ in Coen, D., W. Grant and D. Wilson, Eds., Oxford Handbook of Business and Government, edited by Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2010.
‘Vocational education and training in the UK’, in Bosch, G., and J, Charest, Eds., Vocational Training. International Perspectives. New York and London, Routledge. 2010:242-270.
(with J. Heyes) ‘Vocational education and training’ in Gold, M., Ed. Employment Policy in the European Union: Origins, Themes and Prospects, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan. 2009:188-209.
'"A new and modern role for trade unions"? Assessingpartnership approaches to lifelong learning' in M. Martinez Lucio and M.Stuart, Eds., Partnership and Modernisation in Employment Relations.London, Routledge, 2005.
(with A. Munro and P. Senker), 'Running faster to stay inthe same place? The intended and unintended consequences of governmentpolicy for workplace learning in the UK' A. Cumming, N. Bascia, A.Datnow, K. Leithwood, D. Livingstone, Eds., International Handbook ofEducational Policy, Hingham, MA., Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2005.
(with A. Munro) 'The workplace learning agenda: newopportunities for trade unions?' in G. Healy, E. Heery, P. Taylor and W.Brown, Eds., The Future of Worker Representation, Basingstoke, PalgraveMacMillan, 2004.
(with A. Munro and L. Holly) 'Exploring the concept ofemployer demand for skills and qualifications: case studies from thepublic sector' in C. Warhurst, E. Keep and I. Grugulis, Eds. The SkillsThat Matter, Palgrave, 2004: 91-108.
(with E. Keep) 'Training' in P. K. Edwards, Ed. IndustrialRelations: Theory and Practice. 2nd Edition. Blackwell, Oxford.2002:392-419.
'No rights, just responsibilities: individual demand forcontinuing training' in Evans, K, P. Hodkinson and L. Unwin, Eds.,Working to Learn. Transforming Learning in the Workplace. Kogan Page,London, 2002:212-232.
(As a member of the 'Working to Learn' Group) 'Sixchallenges for the future' in Evans, K, P. Hodkinson and L. Unwin, Eds.,Working to Learn. Transforming Learning in the Workplace. Kogan Page,London, 2002:233-240.
'The contribution of workplace learning to a learningsociety', in W. Richardson and L. Unwin, Eds., The Learning Society andthe Knowledge Economy. NACETT's sponsored lecture series, Coventry,Learning and Skills Council, 2000:71-86.
(with L. Holly) 'Workplace learning and the limits toevaluation' in H. Rainbird, Ed, Training in the Workplace. CriticalPerspectives on Learning at Work. MacMillan, Basingstoke, 2000:264-282.
(with J. Sutherland) 'Unions and workplace learning:conflict or cooperation with the employer?' in H. Rainbird, Ed, Trainingin the Workplace. Critical Perspectives on Learning at Work. MacMillan, Basingstoke, 2000:189-209.
(with E. Keep) 'Towards the learning organisation?' in S.Bach and K. Sisson, Eds., Personnel Management in Britain. ThirdEdition. Basil Blackwell, 2000: 173-194.
(with E. Krzeslo and C. Vincent) 'Deconstructing thequestion: reflections on developing a comparative methodology forresearch on union policy towards vocational training' B. Burgess and C.Pole Eds. Cross-cultural Case Study Research. Studies in QualitativeMethodology vol. 6, JAI Press, London, 2000: 67-82.
(with C. Vincent) 'Training: a new item on the bargainingagenda?' in P. Leisinck, J. Van Leemput and J. Vilrokx, Eds., TheChallenges to Trade Unions in Europe. Innovation or Adaptation. EdwardElgar, Cheltenham, 1996:139-151.
(with E. Leeson and A. Munro) Skill Development in the Social Care Sector: An Assessment of Institutional and Organisational Capacity. Final Report. Birmingham Business School, April, 2009.
(with E. Leeson and A. Munro) A Social Care Workforce for the 21st Century. Practitioner pamphlet. Birmingham, University of Birmingham/Edinburgh Napier University.