Damian Grimshaw
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Fragmenting work: Blurring organizational boundaries and disordering hierarchies
M Marchington, H Willmott, J Rubery, D Grimshaw
Oxford University Press on Demand, 2005
5062005
The organization of employment: An international perspective
J Rubery, D Grimshaw, J Rubery
Palgrave Macmillan, 2003
4102003
Going privately: partnership and outsourcing in UK public services
D Grimshaw, S Vincent, H Willmott
Public Administration 80 (3), 475-502, 2002
3802002
Modularity and innovation in knowledge-intensive business services: IT outsourcing in Germany and the UK
M Miozzo, D Grimshaw
Research Policy 34 (9), 1419-1439, 2005
3462005
Women and European employment
C Fagan, D Grimshaw, J Rubery, M Smith
Routledge, 2015
2802015
PPPs and the changing public sector ethos: case-study evidence from the health and local authority sectors
G Hebson, D Grimshaw, M Marchington
Work, employment and society 17 (3), 481-501, 2003
2322003
Organisations and the transformation of the internal labour market
D Grimshaw, KG Ward, J Rubery, H Beynon
Work, Employment and Society 15 (1), 25-54, 2001
2302001
Managing employment change: The new realities of work
H Beynon, D Grimshaw, J Rubery, K Ward
Oxford University Press on Demand, 2002
2192002
Undervaluing women's work
D Grimshaw, J Rubery
Equal Opportunities Commission, 2007
1912007
How to close the gender pay gap in Europe: towards the gender mainstreaming of pay policy
J Rubery, D Grimshaw, H Figueiredo
Industrial Relations Journal 36 (3), 184-213, 2005
1912005
Dilemmas in the management of temporary work agency staff
K Ward, D Grimshaw, J Rubery, H Beynon
Human Resource Management Journal 11 (4), 3-21, 2001
1782001
Working time, industrial relations and the employment relationship
J Rubery, K Ward, D Grimshaw, H Beynon
Time & Society 14 (1), 89-111, 2005
1772005
Integrating the internal and external labour markets
D Grimshaw, J Rubery
Cambridge Journal of Economics 22 (2), 199-220, 1998
1731998
The end of the UK’s liberal collectivist social model? The implications of the coalition government’s policy during the austerity crisis
D Grimshaw, J Rubery
Cambridge Journal of Economics 36 (1), 105-126, 2012
1562012
ICTs and employment: The problem of job quality
J Rubery, D Grimshaw
Int'l Lab. Rev. 140, 165, 2001
1332001
The restructuring of career paths in large service sector organizations:‘delayering’, upskilling and polarisation1
D Grimshaw, H Beynon, J Rubery, K Ward
The Sociological Review 50 (1), 89-115, 2002
1282002
Inter-capital relations and the network organisation: redefining the work and employment nexus
D Grimshaw, J Rubery
Cambridge Journal of Economics 29 (6), 1027-1051, 2005
1152005
The motherhood pay gap
D Grimshaw, J Rubery
Geneva: International Labour Organization, 2015
1112015
The gender pay gap: a research review
D Grimshaw, J Rubery
Equal Opportunities Commission, 2001
912001
“It's All About Time”: Time as contested terrain in the management and experience of domiciliary care work in England
J Rubery, D Grimshaw, G Hebson, SM Ugarte
Human Resource Management 54 (5), 753-772, 2015
842015
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