Impact of BIG funding of community enterprise overseas

Smeaton, D., Hudson, M., Deraniyagala, S., Francavilla, F., Ng, M., Phillips, J. and Salis, S. 2011. Impact of BIG funding of community enterprise overseas. Policy Studies Institute and School of Oriental and African Studies.

TitleImpact of BIG funding of community enterprise overseas
AuthorsSmeaton, D., Hudson, M., Deraniyagala, S., Francavilla, F., Ng, M., Phillips, J. and Salis, S.
TypeProject report
Fileer_eval_community_enterprise_overseas_report.pdf
YearApr 2011
PublisherPolicy Studies Institute and School of Oriental and African Studies
Publication dates
PublishedApr 2011
Web address (URL)http://www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/er_eval_community_enterprise_overseas_report.pdf

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Francavilla, F. and Lyon, S. 2002. Children's work in Côte d'Ivoire: an overview. UCW Working Papers. Rome, Italy Understanding Children’s Work Project.

Social dynamics of 'foreign-born' and 'young' returning nationals to the Caribbean: outline of a research project
Phillips, J. and Potter, R.B. 2002. Social dynamics of 'foreign-born' and 'young' returning nationals to the Caribbean: outline of a research project. London, UK Royal Holloway, University of London.

The beach boy of Barbados: the post-colonial entrepreneur
Phillips, J. 2002. The beach boy of Barbados: the post-colonial entrepreneur. in: Thorbek, S. and Pattanaik, B. (ed.) Transnational prostitution: changing patterns in a global context London, UK Zed Books. pp. 42-56

Partnership in practice
Hudson, M., Konzelmann, S. and Wilkinson, F. 2002. Partnership in practice. Cambridge, UK Cambridge University Press.

Disappearing pathways and the struggle for a fair day's pay
Hudson, M. 2002. Disappearing pathways and the struggle for a fair day's pay. in: Burchell, B., Ladipo, D. and Wilkinson, F. (ed.) Job insecurity and work intensification London, UK Routledge. pp. 77-91

Phoenix from the ashes?: Labour-management partnership in Britain
Deakin, S., Hudson, M., Konzelmann, S. and Wilkinson, F. 2002. Phoenix from the ashes?: Labour-management partnership in Britain. 2002 Academy of Management Annual Meeting: Building Effective Networks. Denver, USA 09-14 Aug 2002

Disabled People and the National Minimum Wage: an exploration of the impact on therapeutic activity and earnings: final report to the Low Pay Commission's third review of the National Minimum Wage
Hudson, M. 2001. Disabled People and the National Minimum Wage: an exploration of the impact on therapeutic activity and earnings: final report to the Low Pay Commission's third review of the National Minimum Wage. London, UK Low Pay Commission.

Flexibility and reorganisation of work
Hudson, M. 2001. Flexibility and reorganisation of work. in: Burchell, B., Wilkinson, F. and Ladipo, D. (ed.) Job insecurity and work intensification London, UK Routledge. pp. 39-60

Disabled people, disadvantage and (getting into) local government
Hudson, M. 2001. Disabled people, disadvantage and (getting into) local government. British University Industrial Relations Association (BUIRA) Conference. Manchester, UK 05-07 Jul 2001

The limits of statutory trade union recognition
Brown, W., Deakin, S., Hudson, M. and Pratten, C. 2001. The limits of statutory trade union recognition. Cambridge, UK Cambridge University Press.

The Limits of statutory trade union recognition
Brown, W., Deakin, S., Hudson, M. and Pratten, C. 2001. The Limits of statutory trade union recognition. Industrial Relations Journal. 32 (3), pp. 180-194.

Flexible workers and the changing boundaries of work: theory and the practice
Hudson, M. 2000. Flexible workers and the changing boundaries of work: theory and the practice. in: Purcell, K. (ed.) Changing boundaries in employment Bristol, UK Bristol Academic Press.

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