Research Documents

  1. Reports and policy documents
  2. Conference and working papers
  3. Links to academic articles

Reports and policy documents

The Politics and Regulation of Qualifications: Migrant Workers and the Recognition of their Qualifications and Skills, unionlearn research series.

Martínez Lucio, M. Perrett, R. McBride, J. Craig, S. (2008)

 

Migrant Workers and the Recognition of their Qualifications and Skills: Engaging the vulnerable workforce and extending the learning revolution to the question of qualifications and experience, National TUC (ISBN 13 978 1 85143 254 7).

Martínez Lucio, M. Perrett, R. McBride, J. Craig, S. (2008)

 

Trade unions and Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) workers: Organising through learning and inclusion strategies – Cases from the North West of England, TUC (ISBN 13 978 1 85143 255 4).

Martínez Lucio, M. Perrett, R. Craig, S. (2008)

Social Inclusion and Representation Strategies in the Workplace and Community: Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) workers and innovative trade union responses  (Feb), Bradford University School of Management and the TUC, ISBN* – 978 1 85143 245 5 (1 85143 245 0).

Martínez Lucio, M. and Perrett R. (2007)

 

Trade Unions and Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Communities in Yorkshire and the Humber: Employment representation and community organisations in the context of change (June). Bradford University School of Management and the TUC, ISBN* – 9 781851 432332 (1-85143-233-7).

Perrett, R. and Martínez Lucio, M. (2006)

 

Conference and working papers – click article to open link

Employment Networks, Trade Unions and Labour Markets in Migrant Communities: the case of learning policy and employment regulation, Bradford University Working Paper Series vol. 11, No. 1.

Perrett, R. Martínez Lucio, M. McBride,J. Craig, S. (2011)

 

The Diversity of Social Inclusion: Trade Unions and Black and Minority Ethnic Workers in the context of the UK, Bradford University School of Management, Working Paper series (June).

Martínez Lucio, M. and Perrett, R. (2007).

 

Linking up? The different realities of community unionism, Bradford University School of Management, Working Paper series No 06/26 (July).

Martínez Lucio, M. and Perrett, R. (2006).

 

 

Networks, Communities and the Representation of Black and Minority Ethnic Workers in Employment Relations: The realities of community politics, Bradford University School of Management, Working Paper series No 06/16 (June).

Perrett, R. and Martínez Lucio, M. (2006).

 

Links to academic articles – click article to open link

Perrett, R. Martínez Lucio, M. McBride,J. Craig, S. (2012), Trade Union learning strategies and immigrant workers: Policies and practice in a neo-liberal environment, Urban Studies, Volume 49, Issue 3, pp. 526 – 544.

 

Perrett, R. and Martínez Lucio, M. (2009), Trade Unions and Relations with Black and Minority Ethnic Community Groups in the United Kingdom: The development of new alliances? Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol 35 (8): 1295-1314 – (Sept 2009).

 

Martínez lucio and Perrett, (2009), The Diversity and Politics of Trade Unions’ Responses to Minority Ethnic and Migrant Workers: The Context of the UK. Economic and Industrial Democracy, Vol. 30(3): 001–024 – (Aug 2009).

 

Martínez Lucio and Perrett, (2009), Meanings and Dilemmas in Community Unionism:  Trade union community initiatives and black and minority ethnic groups in the United KingdomWork, Employment and Society, 23:4.

 

Martìnez Lucio, M. and Perrett, R. (2009). Strategies in search of structures: The real world of community unionism in relation to Black and Minority Ethnic communities in eds. McBride, J. and Greenwood, I. Community Unionism: A Comparative Analysis of Concepts and Contexts, Palgrave MacMillan.

 

Perrett, R. and Martínez Lucio, M. (2008), The Cult of Learning, Trade Union Renewal and Social Inclusion in a Marketised Regulatory Context: A case study of a learning centre in the UK, Employee Relations, 30:6 (pp. 623-639).

Wallace, J Cornelius, N (2011) Community development and social regeneration: how the third sector addresses the needs of BME communities in post-industrial cities, Journal of Business Ethics, in press

 

Cornelius, N and Wallace, J (2011), Cross-sector partnerships, city regeneration and social justice, Journal of Business Ethics, in press

 

Cornelius, N. Martinez Lucio, M, Gagnon, S, Wilson, F and Pezet (2011), Mind the Gap: The Politics of Equality, Ethnicity and Ethical Turns in Organisations, Journal of Business Ethics. In press

 

Cornelius, N and Martinez Lucio, M (2011) The Politics of Networks, Social Inclusion and Urban Space: Networks and Voice in Black and Minority Ethnic and Immigrant Workers, Urban Studies. In press

 

Cornelius, N and Wallace, J (2011) Capabilities, Urban Unrest and Social Enterprise: Limits of the Actions of Third Sector Organisations. International Journal of Public Sector Management In press

 

Cornelius, N and Gagnon, S (2004) ‘Still bearing the mark of Cain? Ethics, diversity and inequality measurement Business Ethics: A European Review 13(1) 27-40

 

Gagnon, S and Cornelius, N (2000) ’Re-examining workplace inequality: a capabilities approach’. Human Resource Management Journal 10(4) 68-87.

 

Trueman, Cornelius, N and Wallace, J, (2012)‘Causing a stir online: ethnicity, small business and city identity work’ (European Journal of Marketing) in press

 

Cornelius, N (Ed) (2002) Building workplace equality: ethics, diversity and inclusion, London: Thomson Publishing.

 

Trueman, M, Cornelius, N and Liddle, J (2010) ‘Doing good in a post industrial city: Public policy, communications and regeneration’, In Ashworth, G and Karavatsis, M (eds) Branding and Cities, London : Edward Elgar

 

Cornelius, N (2004). E-management and workforce diversity. In: Critical perspectives in e-business, Budd, L and Harris, L (eds) London: Routledge

 

Cornelius, N, Gooch, L and Todd, S (2000) ‘HR policy and strategy and diversity management’. In: Equality and diversity in employment, Noon, M and Ogbonna, E (Eds.). London: Palgrave.

 

Pezet, E and Blevis, L (2012) CFTC/CFDT attitudes towards immigration in the Parisian region. Making immigrant workers’ condition a cause, Urban Studies, in press

 

Pezet, E (2012) Pacifying the social: Creating the French citizen worker, 1968-1975, Management & Organizational History, in press

 

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