Cohen, L and Duberley, J (2021) Making Sense of Our Working Lives: The concept of the career imagination, Organization Theory, forthcoming
Cohen, L. Duberley J., and Torres, B (2021) Experiencing gender regimes: Accounts of women professors in Mexico, the UK and Sweden, Work Employment and Society, forthcoming.
Atkinson, C., Beck, V., Brewis, J., Davies, A., & Duberley, J. (2021). Menopause and the workplace: new directions in HRM research and HR practice. Human Resource Management Journal. 31(1) 49-64
Atkinson C., Carmichael, F and Duberley, J (2020) The menopause taboo at work: examining women’s embodied experiences of menopause in the UK police service. Work Employment and Society (forthcoming)
Cohen, L and Duberley J (2020) Women in extraordinary times: The impact of external jolts on professional women’s careers, Journal of Professions and Organisations 7(3), 247-264
Gribling, M., & Duberley, J. (2020). Global competitive pressures and career ecosystems: contrasting the performance management systems in UK and French business schools. Personnel Review. (forthcoming)
Al-Ismail, S., Carmichael, F and Duberley, J (2019) Female employment in hotels in Saudi Arabia and UAE, Gender in Management, 34(7), 554-576.
Garbe, E and Duberley, J (2019) Career Change: Examining structure and agency in changing humanitarian careers, International Journal of Human Resource Management 1-25
Cohen, L., Duberley, J., McGavin, P (2019) Losing the faith: Public sector work and the erosion of career calling, Work Employment and Society 33(2), 326-335.
Fernando, D., Cohen, L. asnd Duberley, J. (2018) What helps? Women engineers' accounts of staying on, Human Resource Management Journal. 28, pp. 479-495 (ABS 4*)1
Fernando, D., Cohen, L & Duberley, J (218), Navigating sexualised visibility: A study of British women engineers, Journal of Vocational Behaviour. DOI: 10.1016/j.jvb.2018.06.001, p 1-14. (ABS 4*)
Birkett, H., Carmichael, F and Duberley, J (2017) Activity in the third age: Examining the relationship between careers and retirement experiences, Journal of Vocational Behavior, 103 pp52-65
Cohen, L., Duberley, J. and Mcgavin P., (2018) Losing the faith: Public sector work and the erosion of career calling, Work, Employment and Society, forthcoming
Duberley, J., Carrigan, M., Bosangit, C and Ferreira, J (2017) Diamonds are a girl’s best friend?... Examining Gender and Careers in the Jewellery Industry, Organization, vol 24(3) pp355-376
Duberley, J and Carmichael, F (2016) Career pathways into retirement in the UK: linking older women’s pasts to the present, Gender Work and Organization, vol 23 (6) pp582-599
Cohen , L and Duberley, J (2015) Three faces of context and their implications for career: a study of public sector careers cut short, Journal of Vocational Behavior, vol 91, pp. 189-202
Duberley, J (2015) The Future of Qualitative Research: Unity, fragmentation or pluralism? Qualitative Research in Organisation and Management, Vol. 10 Iss 4 pp. 340 - 343
Johnson, P and Duberley J (2015) Inductive Praxis and Management Research: Towards a Reflexive Framework, British Journal of Management, 26(4), 760-776
Duberley, J., Carmichael, F., & Szmigin, I. (2014). Exploring Women's Retirement: Continuity, Context and Career Transition. Gender, Work & Organization, 21(1), 71-90
Cohen, L and Duberley, J (2013) Constructing careers through narrative and music: an analysis of Desert Island Discs, Journal of Vocational Behavior, 82,(3), 165-175
Duberley, J and Carrigan M (2013) The career narratives of ‘Mumpreneurs’: Women’s experiences of combining enterprise and motherhood, International Small Business Journal
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