TAYLOR, A., GREEN, A., MATSU, J., O’FARRELL, L., READ, H., COE, G., BRITTAIN, B. and BRAMLEY, G. (2022) Investing in Regional Equality: Lessons from four cities, CIPFA. https://www.cipfa.org/cipfa-thinks/insight/addressing-regional-inequalities
GREEN, A. and TAYLOR, A. (2022) ‘Getting the right skills in place for manufacturing: challenges and opportunities’ in Bryson J.R., Billing C., Graves W. and Yeung G. (eds.) A Research Agenda for Manufacturing Industries in the Global Economy, Edward Elgar, pp. 91-112. ISBN 9781789908503
GREEN, A., RILEY, R., SMITH, A., BRITTAIN, B. and READ H. (2021) The Future Business District, Colmore BID and City-REDI, University of Birmingham. https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/documents/college-social-sciences/business/research/city-redi/projects-docs/20211011-future-business-district-report-accessible-final-version.pdf
TAYLOR, A. and GREEN, A. (2021) ‘How well equipped are national surveys to capture new approaches to training?’, Journal of Education and Work 34(5-6), 676-690. DOI: 10.1080/13639080.2021.1969344
GREEN, A., ROSSITER, W., TAYLOR, A., HOOLE, C., RILEY R., KARAGOUNIS, K. and PUGH, A. (2021) Mapping the architecture of economic development policy and strategy across the Midlands Engine pan‐region, Report for Midlands Engine. http://irep.ntu.ac.uk/id/eprint/43286/1/1444589_Rossiter.pdf
GREEN, A., PARKE, C., HOOLE, C. and SEVINC, D. (2021) ‘Unlocking inclusive growth by linking micro assets to anchor institutions: the case of skilled overseas migrants and refugees and hospital jobs’, European Urban and Regional Studies 28(4), 450-465.DOI: 10.1177/09697764211014231
GREEN, A. and RILEY, R. (2021) ‘Implications for places of remote working’ in Wheatley D., Hardill I. and Buglass S. (ed.) Handbook of Research on Remote Work and Worker Well-Being in the Post Covid-19 Era, IGI Global, pp. 161-180. ISBN: 9781799867548
GREEN, A., SISSONS, P., BROUHGTON, K. and QAMAR, A. (2021) ‘Public policy for addressing the low-skills low-wage trap: insights from business case studies in the Birmingham city-region’, Regional Studies 55(2), 333-344. DOI: 10.1080/00343404.2020.1802005
BILLING C., BEVAN R., GREEN A., KITSOS T., PUGH A., BRITTAIN B., SCHWARZ J., COLLINSON S., ORTEGA-ARGILES R., BRAMLEY G., RILEY R. and MOORE J. (2021) The West Midlands Space Sector: strengths, underpinning assets and market opportunities, Report for the UK Space Agency, City-REDI/WMREDI, University of Birmingham. https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/documents/college-social-sciences/business/research/city-redi/space-cluster/wm-space-cluster-strengths-assets-market-opportunities.pdf
RILEY, R., BILLING, C., BRAMLEY, G., GREEN, A., HOOLE C. and TAYLOR, A. (2020) ‘Professional & Business Services Sector: Creating Further Demand and Growth Outside London’, BEIS Research Paper Number 2020/006. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/866329/professional-business-services-sector-growth-outside-london.pdf
GREEN, A. (2019) ‘Low-skilled employment in a new immigration regime: challenges and opportunities for business transitions’, National Institute Economic Review 248, R17-R27.
SEVINC, D., GREEN, A., BRYSON, J., COLLINSON, S., RILEY, R. and ADDERLEY, S. (2020) ‘Ensuring skills are available in the right locations: are we there yet? A regional analysis of qualification gaps’, Regional Studies 54(8), 1149-1159. DOI: 10.1080/00343404.2020.1740190 (published online 21 April 2020)
MATHIEU, C., WRIGHT, S., BOETHIUS, S. and GREEN, A. (2020) ‘Innovations on a shoestring: Consequences for job quality of public service innovations in health and social care’, European Journal of Workplace Innovation 5(2), 4-30.
GREEN, A. (2020) Spatial inequalities in access to Good Work, The Work Foundation, Lancaster University Management School. https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/media/lancaster-university/content-assets/documents/lums/work-foundation/reports/AnneGreenFinalPaperspring2020forpublication.pdf
LYONS, H., TAYLOR, A. and GREEN, A. (2020) Rising to the UK’s Skills Challenges, Industrial Strategy Council, London. https://industrialstrategycouncil.org/sites/default/files/attachments/Rising%20to%20the%20UK%27s%20skills%20challenges.pdf
DAMM, C., GREEN, A. and WELLS, P. (2020) Talent Match Evaluation: Comparative Report, CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield. https://www4.shu.ac.uk/research/cresr/sites/shu.ac.uk/files/tm-eval-comparative-final-2020.pdf
DAMM, C., GREEN, A., PEARSON, S., SANDERSON, E., WELLS, P. and WILSON, I. (2020) Talent Match Evaluation: A Final Assessment, CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield. https://www4.shu.ac.uk/research/cresr/sites/shu.ac.uk/files/tm-eval-final-assessment-final-2020.pdf
GREEN, A., STANFIELD, C. and BRAMLEY, G. (2019). Evaluation of co-designed programmes for boosting productivity: a follow-up of selected UK Futures Programme projects. https://productivityinsightsnetwork.co.uk/app/uploads/2019/02/PIN_ProjectReport_Green_January19.pdf
Sissons, P., Green, A. and Broughton, K. (2019) Inclusive Growth in English Cities: mainstreamed or sidelined? Regional Studies. DOI:10.1080/00343404.2018.1515480
Orton, M., Green, A., Atfield, G. and Barnes, S.-A. (2019) Employer participation in active labour market policy: from reactive gatekeepers to proactive strategic partners. Journal of Social Policy 48 (3), 511-528. DOI:10.1017/S0047279418000600
Green, A.E., Sissons, P., Qamar, A. and Broughton, K. (2018) Raising Productivity in Low-Wage Sectors and Reducing Poverty. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Green, A.E. (2018) Skills. Birmingham: West Midlands Combined Authority.
Lee, N., Green, A., Green, A., Sissons, P. (2018). Low-pay sectors, earnings mobility and economic policy in the UK. Policy and Politics 46 (3), 347-369.
Sissons, P., Green, A.E. and Lee, N. (2018) Linking the sectoral employment structure and household poverty in the United Kingdom, Work, Employment and Society.32 (6), 1078–1098
Sissons, P. and Green, A.E. (2017) More than a match? Assessing the HRM challenge of engaging employers to support retention and progression, Human Resource Management Journal (27 (4), 565-580.
Green, A.E. and Hogarth, T. (2017) Attracting the best talent in the context of migration policy changes: the case of the UK, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 43 (16), 43(16), 2806-2824.
Green, A. (2017) Understanding the drivers of internal migration, in Champion, T., Cooke, T. and Shuttleworth, I. (2017) Internal Migration in the Developed World: Area We Becoming Less Mobile? Abingdon: Routledge, 31-55.
Green, A.E., Kispeter, E., Sissons, P. and Froy, F. (2017) How International Cities lead an Inclusive Growth Agenda. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Green, A. (2017) Implications of technological change and austerity for employability in urban labour markets, Urban Studies 54 (7): 1638-1654.
Adam, D., Atfield, G. and Green, A.E. (2017) What works? Policies for employability in cities, Urban Studies 54 (5), 1162-1177.
Green, A.and Livanos, I. (2017) Involuntary non-standard employment in Europe, European Urban and Regional Studies 24 (2), 175-192.
Green, A., Hogarth, T., Thom, G., MacLeod, K., Warhurst, C., Willis, R. and Mackay, S. (2017) Local skills case study, Department for Education Research Report 673. (ISBN: 978-1-78105-741-4)
Adam, D. and Green, A. (2016) Soft spaces and soft outcomes: Experiences from City Strategy on local partnership working and measures of success. Environment and Planning A48 (8), 1514-1531.
Green, A., Atfield, G and Purcell, K (2016) Fuelling displacement and labour segmentation in low-skilled jobs? Insights from a local study of migrant and student employment, Environment and Planning A 48 (3), 577-593.
Wilson, R., Owen, D., Green, A., Sofroniou, N., Beaven, R., May-Gillings, M., Perkins, S. and Pirie, J. (2016) Working Futures 2014-2024. Wath-upon-Dearne: UK Commission for Employment and Skills.
White, R.J. and Green, A.E. (2015) The importance of socio-spatial influences in shaping young people's employment aspirations: case study evidence from three British cities, Work, Employment and Society 29 (2), 295-313.
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