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About this Fellow

Economics; economic sociology; economic policy

Website: http://www.manchester.ac.uk/research/Jill.rubery/

Appointments

Current post

  • Professor of Comparative Employment Systems, Alliance Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester

Past Appointments

  • Fellow, Murray Edwards College University of Cambridge, 1977 - 1989
  • Senior Research Officer, Department of Applied Economics, University of Cambridge, 1978 - 1989
  • Lecturer to Senior Lecturer, Manchester School of Management, The University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, 1989 - 1995
  • Professor of Comparative Employment Systems, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, 1995
  • Research Assistant, University of Oxford, 1973 - 1975
  • Professor of Comparative Employment Systems, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, 1995

Publications

Structured Labour Markets, Worker Organisation and Low Pay Cambridge Journal of Economics 1978

The Organisation of Employment: an international perspective 2003

Fragmenting Work: blurring organisational boundaries and disordering hierarchies 2005

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