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The experiences of participants in ESF funded training programmes
Article in the Welsh Economic Review journal.
Devolution, Recession and the Alleviation of Inequality in Wales
Chapter in the book Inequalities in the UK: New Discourses, Evolutions and Actions , edited by David Fee and Anémone Kober-Smith.
The North Wales Economy: Scoping ‘Snapshot’ Study
This report is the result of a National Assembly for Wales Academic Fellowship Scheme funded by Bangor University /Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Impact Acceleration Account (IAA).
Chinese multinationals: threat to, or opportunity for, trade unions?
There is a growing literature on global Chinese companies, but this tends to be at a very general level. There is little research to date on the effect of Chinese involvement on workers and their unions. Although focussed on one company, SINOHYDRO, this paper addresses...
Report to establish baseline data and to evaluate the current approach of the Arts Council of Wales to supporting creative professionals in Wales
The report begins with a broad ranging statistical analysis of those working within cultural industries in Wales. Working with government data from the Annual Population Survey, section 3. A Statistical portrait of cultural occupations in Wales, presents us with an outline...
The Dynamics of Disability and Work in Britain
This paper examines the dynamic relationship between work-limiting disability and labour market outcomes using longitudinal data created by matching individuals in the Local Labour Force Survey (2004–10). By applying event-study methods, changes in employment are traced...
A Statistical Portrait of Regional Variations in Trade Union Membership
The statistical compendia provides the most comprehensive statistical portrait of regional variations in trade union membership, presence and coverage in the UK undertaken to date. The analysis explores both trends in membership and how membership varies among different...
Age and Work-Related Health: Insights from the UK Labour Force Survey
Data from the UK Labour Force Survey (LFS) are used to examine two methodological issues in the analysis of the relationship between age and work-related health. First, the LFS is unusual in that it asks work-related health questions to those who are not currently employed....