Recent Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Dobbins, T., Cullinane, N. and Sheehan, B. (2020), ‘Ireland’s conundrum on union bargaining rights: assessing the Industrial Relations Amendment Act 2015’, Industrial Relations Journal.
Hickland, E., Cullinane, N., Dobbins, T., Dundon, T. and Donaghey, J. (2020), ‘Employer Silencing in a Context of Voice Regulations: Case Studies of Non-Compliance’, Human Resource Management Journal.
Hughes, E., Dobbins, T. and Merkl-Davies, D. (2020), ‘Moral economy, solidarity and labour process struggle in Irish public transport’, Economic and Industrial Democracy.
Hughes, E., Dobbins, T. and Murphy, S. (2019), ‘Going Underground’: a tube worker’s experience of struggles over the frontier of control’, Work Employment and Society, 33(1), 174–183.
Dobbins, T. and Plows, A. (2017) ‘Labour Market Intermediaries: a corrective to the human capital paradigm (mis)matching skills and jobs?’, Journal of Education and Work, 30(6): 571-584.
Dobbins, T. and Dundon, T. (2017) ‘The chimera of sustainable labour-management partnership’, British Journal of Management, 28(3): 519-533.
Dobbins, T., Dundon, T., Cullinane, N., Hickland, E. and Donaghey, J. (2017) ‘Employment regulation, game theory, and the lacuna in employee participation in liberal economies’, International Labour Review, 156(3-4), 395-422.
Cullinane, N., Hickland, E., Dundon, T., Dobbins, T. and Donaghey, J. (2017) ‘Triggering Employee Voice under the European Information and Consultation Directive: A non-union case study’, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 38 (4): 629-655.
Dundon, T. and Dobbins, T. (2015) ‘Militant partnership: a radical pluralist analysis of workforce dialectics’, Work Employment and Society, 29 (6): 912-931.
Dundon, T., Cullinane, N., Donaghey, J., Dobbins, T., Wilkinson, A., & Hickland, E. (2015) 'Double Breasting voice systems: an assessment of motives, arrangements and durability', Human Relations, 68 (3):489-513.
Dobbins, T., Plows, A. and Lloyd-Williams, H. (2014) ‘‘Make do and mend’ after redundancy at Anglesey Aluminium: critiquing human capital approaches’, Work Employment and Society, 28(4): 515-532.
Cullinane, N. and Dobbins, T. (2014), ‘Considering the Impact of the ‘Right to Bargain’ Legislation in Ireland': A Review, Industrial Law Journal, 43(1): 52-83.
Dundon, T., Dobbins, T., Hickland, E., Cullinane, N. and Donaghey, J. (2014), ‘Employer occupation of regulatory space for the Employee Information and Consultation (I&C) Directive in Liberal Market Economies’, Work Employment and Society, 28(1):21-39.
Recent Book Chapters
Dobbins, T. and Dundon, T. (2019), ‘Employee Representation in Non-union Voice Regimes’. In A. Wilkinson, J. Donaghey, T. Dundon and R. Freeman (eds), Edward Elgar Handbook of Employee Voice, (2nd edition). Edward Elgar.
Donaghey, J., Dundon, T., Cullinane, N., Dobbins, T. and Hickland, E. (2019), ‘Managerial silencing of employee voice’. In P. Holland and J. Teicher (eds), Employee Voice @ Work. Springer.
Cullinane, N., Hickland, E., Dundon, T., Dobbins, T. and Donaghey, J. (2018), ‘Accessing the Law to Enforce Employment Rights: A Case Study of Worker Activism in a Non-Union Workplace’, Sage Research Methods Cases Business and Management. Sage Publishing.
Wilkinson, A., Dobbins, T. and Redman, T. (2016), ‘Downsizing’, Chapter 14. In A. Wilkinson, T. Redman and T. Dundon. Contemporary HRM: Texts and Cases (5th edition). Pearson.
Dobbins, T. and Dundon, T. (2016), ‘Workplace partnership in Ireland: irreconcilable tensions between an ‘Irish third way’ of voluntary mutuality and neo-liberalism’. In S. Johnstone and A. Wilkinson (eds), Developing Positive Employment Relations. Palgrave Macmillan.
Dobbins, T. and Dundon, T. (2016), ‘Ireland case study: workplace cooperation at Aughinish Alumina’. In S. Johnstone and A. Wilkinson (eds), Developing Positive Employment Relations. Palgrave Macmillan.
Dobbins, T. and Dundon, T. (2015), ‘The EU Information & Consultation Directive in voluntarist economies’. In S. Johnstone and P. Ackers (eds), Finding a Voice? Employee Representation in the New Workplace. Oxford University Press.
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