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Open Access research that is tackling the climate emergency...

Addressing the energy challenge confronting society is a strategic research theme for Strathclyde. Researchers from across the institution, spanning multiple disciplines, are therefore working together to understand ways of reducing the environmental impacts of energy use, improving energy efficiency, coping with declining fossil fuel supplies, managing an ageing energy infrastructure, and devising policy or economic levers to achieve higher penetration of renewable energy systems and technologies. Strathprints makes this scholarly research content available Open Access thereby ensuring results are available to everyone in order meet the global climate challenge.

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Number of items: 23.

2019

Anderson, Pauline and Warhurst, Chris (2019) Newly professionalised physiotherapists : symbolic or substantive change? Employee Relations. ISSN 0142-5455

Anderson, Pauline and O'Hagan, Angela and Thomson, Emily (2019) Bringing positional processes back in : occupational gender segregation in 'non-academic' work. International Journal of Human Resource Management. ISSN 0958-5192

Anderson, Pauline and Baum, Tom and Bourkel, Tom and Butler, Joanna (2019) Catering for Scotland's Future Skills Needs : Attracting, Training and Retaining Chefs. [Report]

Anderson, Pauline and Hawthorne, Margaret and Findlay, Patricia and Ion, William and Morrison, Douglas and Morrison, Douglas Hamilton and Millar, Stuart and Viza, Evi (2019) Developing the Skills System for the National Manufacturing Institute for Scotland (NMIS). [Report]

2018

Anderson, Pauline and O'Hagan, Angela and Thomson, Emily (2018) Occupational gender segregation in the 'non-academic' workforce : the compounding effects of simultaneous inequality-producing processes on women. In: Work, Employment & Society Conference 2018, 2018-09-12 - 2018-09-14, UK.

2017

Anderson, Pauline and Findlay, Patricia (2017) Gendered occupational ecosystems : the case of wind turbine technicians. In: British Academy of Management Conference, 2017-09-05 - 2017-09-07, Warwick Business School.

Buchanan, John and Anderson, Pauline and Power, Gail; Warhurst, Chris and Mayhew, Ken and Finegold, David and Buchanan, John, eds. (2017) Skill ecosystems. In: The Oxford Handbook of Skills and Training. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 444-465. ISBN 9780199655366

2015

Anderson, Pauline and Findlay, Patricia and Commander, Johanna (2015) Women in manufacturing : the Scottish evidence. In: SASE Annual Conference, 2015-07-02 - 2015-07-04, London School of Economics.

Anderson, Pauline and Findlay, Patricia and Commander, Johanna (2015) Mapping of Women’s Participation within the Manufacturing Cluster Labour Market in Scotland. [Report]

2014

Anderson, Pauline and Warhurst, Chris (2014) The loosening link between skills and professions : the case of UK physiotherapists. In: SASE Annual Conference,, 2014-07-10 - 2014-07-12, Northwestern University and the University of Chicago.

Anderson, Pauline and O'Hagan, Angela and Thompson, Emily (2014) Occupational segregation in Scottish higher education institutions : disability, gender, race. [Report]

Anderson, Pauline (2014) Plus c’est la même chose : joinery apprenticeship arrangements in Scotland. Journal of Education and Work, 27 (2). pp. 137-160. ISSN 1363-9080

2013

Buchanan, John and Anderson, Pauline (2013) Skill eco-systems in context : reflections on policy and practice. In: SASE Annual Conference 2013 : States in Crisis, 2013-06-27 - 2013-06-29, University of Milan.

O'Hagan, Angela and Anderson, Pauline and Gillespie, Morag and Ross, Susanne and Thomson, Emily (2013) Scottish government equality outcomes : evidence review of pregnancy and maternity discrimination. [Report]

2012

Anderson, Pauline and Warhurst, Chris; Nash, David and Dolphin, Tony, eds. (2012) Lost in translation? Skills policy and the shift to skill ecosystems. In: Complex New World. New Era Economics . IPPR, pp. 109-120.

Taylor, Philip and Anderson, Pauline (2012) Contact Centres in Scotland – the 2011 Audit. [Report]

2011

Anderson, Pauline (2011) For better or worse : joinery apprenticeships in Scotland. In: SASE 23rd Annual Conference 2011. Transformations of Contemporary Capitalism: Actors, Institutions, Processes, 2011-06-23 - 2011-06-25, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid.

2010

Anderson, Pauline (2010) The utility of operationalising the concept of skill ecosystems : the case of intermediate occupations in Scotland. Employee Relations, 32 (4). pp. 435-452. ISSN 0142-5455

Anderson, Pauline (2010) The utility of operationalising the concept of skill ecosystems : the case of intermediate occupations in Scotland. In: International Labour Process Conference 2010, 2010-03-15 - 2010-03-17, Rutgers University.

2009

Whittaker, Ruth and Anderson, Pauline (2009) Evaluation of RPL Profiling Tool and SCQF Mapping Guide pilot. [Report]

Anderson, P. (2009) Intermediate occupations and the conceptual and empirical limitations of the hourglass economy thesis. Work, Employment and Society, 23 (1). pp. 169-180. ISSN 0950-0170

2008

Scottish Development International/Scottish Enterprise (Funder); (2008) Contact Centres in Scotland - the 2008 Audit. [Report]

2007

Anderson, Pauline (2007) Stuck in the middle of a metaphor : intermediate occupations and some limitations of the hourglass economy thesis. In: Work, Employment and Society Conference 2007, 2007-09-12 - 2007-09-14, University of Aberdeen.

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