Resources & Publications
Video & Audio
CRIMT 2018 Conference Plenary: Peter Fairbrother
On the Experimentation in the Re-regulation of Work and Employment : How Do We Understand, Interrogate and Compare Cases?
When is proactivity wise? A review of factors that influence the individual outcomes of proactive behavior.
Video produced by Parker, S.K., Wang, Y., and Liao, J. to disseminate their research findings published in the Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior.
Paid care, labour deregulation and private business: Lessons from the UK.
This is a slide pack and presentation by Cardiff University’s Dr Lydia Hayes, presented at RMIT University Melbourne.
CRIMT 2018 Conference Plenary: Kate Farhall
On The Workplace and Domestic Violence: Challenges and Opportunities During a Time of Industrial Disruption?
On the importance of social media and the increasing role of platform-based actors in emergency management landscape (presented by S.Karanasios, M.Poblett-Balcell & V.Cooper).
Books and Articles
Articles by Ivona Hideg, Anja Krstic, Raymond Trau and Tanya Zarina Share Career or child care? It’s an unfortunate dilemma faced by every working woman
Retiring Hurt? The Long‐term Costs of Structural Conflicts of Duty and Interest in the Superannuation Industry
Articles by Peter Fairbrother, Michael Rafferty, Nigel Douglas, Lena Wang Share “Scandals arising from egregious breaches of public trust in banking, insurance, financial planning and superannuation
The ‘Global/Local Black Value Chain’ in the Readymade Garment (RMG) Industry: An Ethics, Legal and Governance Perspective (South Asia Journal)
Articles by Sharif As-Saber Share The vertically integrated RMG value chain and its global/local linkage , starting from the sourcing of raw materials to the
Articles by Meagan Tyler Share The online abuse of women may be a 21st Century issue but it has its roots in much older forms
Books by Peter Fairbrother, Meagan Tyler Share This book brings together perspectives from sociology, political science, gender studies, and history to produce new ways of