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Allman, KL and Udagedara, RMUS (2019) Organisational Dynamics and Adoption of Innovation: A Study within the Software Firms in Sri Lanka. Journal of Small Business Management, 57 (2). pp. 450-475.


Brannan, MJ (2015) "You're not going anywhere" Employee Retention, Symbolic Violence and the Experience of Participation and the Structuring of Subordination in a UK-based Call Centre. The Sociological Review, 63 (4). pp. 801-819.

Brannan, MJ, Parsons, E and Priola, V (2015) Brands at Work: The Search for Meaning in Mundane Work. Organization Studies, 36 (1). 29 - 53.

Brannan, MJ and Priola, V (2009) Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Exploring Women's Experience of Participation and Progress in ManagerialCareers. Equal Opportunities International, 28 (5). 378 -397.

Brannan, MJ and Priola, V (2009) 'Girls Who Do Boys Like They're Girls'? Exploring the Role of Gender in the Junior Management of Contemporary Service Work. Gender, Work and Organization, 19 (2). 119 -141.

Brannan, MJ and Russell, S (2016) Deregulation is so nineteen eighties, we’re into ‘better regulation’ now: Exploring the unintended consequences of self-regulation through enterprise in the Passive Fire Protection industry. Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 5 (3).

Brannan, MJ and Russell, S (2016) "Deregulation is so nineteen eighties, we’re into ‘better regulation’ now”: Exploring the unintended consequences of self-regulation through enterprise in the Passive Fire Protection industry. Journal of Organisational Ethnography, 5 (3). pp. 287-303.


Cao, X ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9392-2554 (2016) Book Review China at Work: A labour process perspective on the transformation of work and employment in China. Industrial Relations Journal, 47 (4). pp. 397-399.

Carrigan, M, Lazell, J, Bosangit, C and Magrizos, S (2017) Burgers for tourists who give a damn! Driving disruptive social change upstream and downstream in the tourist food supply chain. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 25 (11). 1563 - 1582.


Duberley, J, Carrigan, M, Ferreira, J and Bosangit, C (2017) Diamonds are a girl's best friend...?: Examining gender and careers in the jewellery industry. Organization, 24 (3). 355 -376.


Eadson, W and Foden, M (2019) State, community community and the negotiated construction of energy markets: Community energy policy in England. Geoforum, 100. 21 -31.

Ekara Helfaya, AN and Kotb, A (2018) Qur’anic ethics for environmental responsibility: implications for business practice. Journal of Business Ethics, 150 (4). pp. 1105-1128.

Ekara Helfaya, AN and Whittington, M (2019) Does designing environmental disclosure quality measures make a difference? Business Strategy and the Environment, 28 (4). pp. 525-541.


Favretto, N, Stringer, LC, Dougill, AJ, Afionis, S and Quinn, CH (2018) Links between Climate Change Mitigation, Adaptation and Development in Land Policy and Ecosystem Restoration Projects: Lessons from South Africa. Sustainability, 10 (3). 1 - 19.


Hallaire, Juliette (2015) Constructing Maritime Geographies: The Pragmatic Mobility of Senegalese Fishermen. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Hamilton, LA and McCabe, D (2016) ‘It’s Just a Job’: understanding emotion work, de-animalization and the compartmentalization of organized animal slaughter. Organization: the critical journal of organization, theory and society, 23 (3). pp. 330-350.

Hamilton, LA and McCabe, D (2015) The Kill Programme: an ethnographic study of the Dirty Work of meat inspectors in a slaughterhouse. New Technology, Work and Employment, 30 (2). pp. 95-108.

Hamilton, LA and Mitchell, L (2018) Knocking on the door of Human-Animal Studies: the value of work in interdisciplinary perspective. Society and Animals, 26 (4). pp. 347-366.

Hamilton, LA, Sang, K and Sayers, J (2019) Organizing animals: Species, gender and power at work. Gender, Work and Organization, 26 (3). pp. 239-245.

Hanks, Andrew (2016) Union representation under restructuring and austerity: The case of Unite in the Ministry of Defence. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Hopfl, H and Brannan, MJ (2016) Introduction to 'A Gendered Perspective on Learning to Labour'. Culture and Organization, 23 (2). pp. 85-94.

Hopfl, H, Hamilton, LA and Brannan, MJ (2016) Introduction to 'A Gendered Perspective on Learning to Labour'. Culture and Organisation, 23 (2). pp. 85-94.


Kallis, A ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6711-1969 (2019) ‘Minimum dwelling’ all'italiana: from the case popolari to the 1929 ‘model houses’ of Garbatella. Journal of Urban History.


Mansour, H, Heath, G and Brannan, MJ (2015) Exploring the Role of HR Practitioners in Pursuit of Organizational Effectiveness in Higher Education Institutions. The Journal of Change Management, 15 (3). pp. 210-230.

Mather, KP and Seifert, R (2016) Police pay-contested and contestable: Police Pay. Industrial Relations Journal, 47 (3). 204 - 219.

Moolna, A and Thompson, BS (2018) The Blue Economy approach for sustainability in Seychelles & East Africa. Keele University Institute for Sustainable Futures Discussion Paper 1. Discussion Paper. Keele University, Keele.


Pemberton, S and Enright, B (2016) Strategies and tactics for local market making in the Temporary Staffing Industry. Geoforum, 74. pp. 9-18.

Piga, CAG, Alderighi, M and Nicolini, M (2016) Targeting leisure and business passengers with unsegmented pricing. Tourism Management, 54. pp. 502-512.


Reeves, Hannah Jane (2018) An exploration of the ‘railway family’: 1900 - 1948. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.


Sousounis, P and Lanot, G (2018) Social Networks and Unemployment Exit in Great Britain. International Journal of Social Economics, 45 (8). 1205 -1226.


Wang, H and Huang, Q (2019) The dark side of feeling trusted for hospitality employees: An investigation in two service contexts. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 76 (Part A). 122 -131.

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