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Professor Brendan Burchell
Professor Brendan Burchell
Professor of the Social Sciences, University of Cambridge
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Job insecurity and work intensification
B Burchell, D Ladipo, F Wilkinson
Routledge, 2002
9992002
The quality of employment and decent work: definitions, methodologies, and ongoing debates
B Burchell, K Sehnbruch, A Piasna, N Agloni
Cambridge journal of economics 38 (2), 459-477, 2014
4692014
The effects of labour market position, job insecurity and unemployment on psychological health
B Burchell
ESCELI, 1990
3561990
The effect of questionnaire length on survey response
B Burchell, C Marsh
Quality and quantity 26 (3), 233-244, 1992
2711992
The prevalence and redistribution of job insecurity and work intensification
B Burchell
Job insecurity and work intensification, 73-88, 2001
2662001
Gender, Jobs and Working Conditions in the European Union.
C Fagan, B Burchell
For full text: http://www. eurofound. ie/publications/files/EF0249EN. pdf., 2002
2442002
Job insecurity and the difficulty of regaining employment: an empirical study of unemployment expectations
F Green, A Felstead, B Burchell
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 62, 855-883, 2000
2362000
Measuring financial anxiety.
GK Shapiro, BJ Burchell
Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics 5 (2), 92, 2012
2252012
Validation of the self-completed Cambridge-Hopkins questionnaire (CH-RLSq) for ascertainment of restless legs syndrome (RLS) in a population survey
RP Allen, BJ Burchell, B MacDonald, WA Hening, CJ Earley
Sleep medicine 10 (10), 1097-1100, 2009
2152009
Trust, business relationships and the contractual environment
B Burchell, F Wilkinson
Cambridge Journal of Economics 21 (2), 217-237, 1997
2041997
Working conditions in the European Union: The gender perspective
B Burchell, C Fagan, C O'Brien, MJ Smith
European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, 2007
1792007
The employment status of individuals in non-standard employment
B Burchell, S Deakin, S Honey
Department of Trade and Industry, 1999
1661999
A shorter working week for everyone: How much paid work is needed for mental health and well-being?
D Kamerāde, S Wang, B Burchell, SU Balderson, A Coutts
Social Science & Medicine 241, 112353, 2019
1442019
A temporal comparison of the effects of unemployment and job insecurity on wellbeing
B Burchell
Sociological Research Online 16 (1), 66-78, 2011
1412011
Equal pay as a moving target: International perspectives on forty-years of addressing the gender pay gap
J O’Reilly, M Smith, S Deakin, B Burchell
Cambridge Journal of Economics 39 (2), 299-317, 2015
1392015
Job insecurity, psychological well-being and family life
JP Nolan, IC Wichert, BJ Burchell
The insecure workforce, 193-221, 2000
1302000
Gender and skills
S Horrell, J Rubery, B Burchell
Work, Employment and Society 4 (2), 189-216, 1990
1261990
Are British workers becoming more skilled?
F Green, D Ashton, B Burchell, B Davies, A Felstead
The Overeducated Worker?, 77-106, 2000
1102000
Part-time work among British women
B Burchell, A Dale, H Joshi
Between Equalization and Marginalization. Women Working Part-Time in Europe …, 1997
1071997
A new method to understand occupational gender segregation in European labour markets
B Burchell, V Hardy, J Rubery, M Smith
European Commission, 2015
1062015
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