Role: Emeritus Professor, WISERD Director 2008 - 2010
Institution: Cardiff University
Telephone: 02920 879338
Main theoretical interests relate to sociology and organisational change with particular reference to occupational change and issues of regional regeneration.
Main substantive research interests relate to:
Beynon, H, 2016, “Beyond Fordism” in S. Edgell, H. Gottfried and E. Granter (eds) The Sage Handbook of the Sociology and Work and Employment, 2016 Sage, pp.306-328
Beynon, H, 2016, Book Review Symposium on Working for Ford – “a Response”, Work Employment and Society, 30(1) pp181-191
Beynon, H, 2015, “The Performance of Power: Sam Watson and Miners ‘ Leader on Many Stages” (with Terry Austrin) Journal of Historical Sociology, Vol 28 Issue 4 pp 458-490
Beynon, H, 2015, “When all Hell Breaks Loose: Striking on the British Coalfields 1984-85” in M. Dawson, B. Fowler, D. Miller and A. Smith (eds) Stretching the Sociological Imagination: Essays in Honour of John Eldridge, Palgrave Macmillan, pp 65-82
Beynon, H, Austrin, T., 2014, "The Performance of Power: Sam Watson a Miners' Leader on many Stages", Journal of Historical Sociology
Beynon, H 2014, "'Still too Much Socialism in Britain' ; The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher", Industrial Relations Journal
Beynon H, Davies R, Davies S, 2012, ‘Sources of variation in trade union membership across the UK: the case of Wales’ Industrial Relations Journal 43(3) pp 200-221
Beynon H, 2010, 'O Paradoxo Inglaterra' in F Limoncic and F C P Martinho (eds) O Grande Depressao: Politica e Economia na decade de 1930, Civilazacao Brasileira pp 277-304 (Available here)
Beynon H, 2009, 'Twenty Five Years On: Life on the Coalfields of Durham and South Wales' in G Williams (ed) Shafted: The Media, The Miners’ strike and the Aftermath, CPBF pp 145-155 (Available here)
Beynon H, 2008, 'Issues of Class, Ethnicity and Migration in a London Borough' in SAGERace Relations Abstracts Vol 32 (3) pp 30-43
Beynon H, Quilley S, 2006, 'The Guernsey Tom: The Rise and Fall of an island Economy' Food and History 3(2) pp 151-196 (Available here)
As part of the WISERD Civil Society Seminar series, Tom Jones OBE presents an insider’s perspective on the role of civil society organizations in policy-making in Wales, the UK and Europe.
As part of the WISERD Centre for Welsh Politics and Society Seminar Series, Dr Taulant Guma from the Department of Geography and Earth Sciences at Aberystwyth University presents emerging findings from the WISERD/Civil Society project on ‘Migrants, Minorities and Engagement in Local Civil Society’.