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Lessons from abroad: the need for employee involvement, regulation and education for broad occupational profiles – the case of construction’ in Where next for apprenticeships?

Book chapter

Clarke, L. and Winch, C. 2016. Lessons from abroad: the need for employee involvement, regulation and education for broad occupational profiles – the case of construction’ in Where next for apprenticeships? in: Where next for apprenticeships? Policy report London Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.

‘Through Trade Unionism you felt a belonging – you belonged’: Collectivism and the Self-Representation of Building Workers in Stevenage New Town

Journal article

McGuire, C., Clarke L. and Wall, C. 2016. ‘Through Trade Unionism you felt a belonging – you belonged’: Collectivism and the Self-Representation of Building Workers in Stevenage New Town. Labour History Review. 81 (3), pp. 211-236. https://doi.org/10.3828/lhr.2016.11

Further Studies in the History of Construction: the Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference of the Construction History Society

Book

Campbell, J.W.P., Bill, N., Driver, M., Heaton, M., Pan, Y., Tutton, M., Wall, C. and Yeomans, D. (ed.) 2016. Further Studies in the History of Construction: the Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference of the Construction History Society. Cambridge Construction History Society.

Detailed analysis of data from heat pumps installed via the Renewable Heat Premium Payment Scheme

Technical report

Gleeson, C.P., Summerfield, A., Biddulph, P., Stone, A., Grainger, C., Agnolucci, P., Oikonomou, E. and Lowe, R. 2016. Detailed analysis of data from heat pumps installed via the Renewable Heat Premium Payment Scheme. London Department of Energy and Climate Change.

Labour and Low Energy Buildings: the energy performance gap as Social Practice

Conference paper

Gleeson, C.P. 2016. Labour and Low Energy Buildings: the energy performance gap as Social Practice. 34th International Labour Process Conference. Berlin 04 - 06 Apr 2016

No More Softly, Softly: Women in the Construction Workforce

Project report

Clarke L., Michielsens, E., Snijders, S., Wall, C., Dainty, A., Bagilhole, B. and Barnard, S. 2015. No More Softly, Softly: Women in the Construction Workforce . London ProBE.

Are women ‘not up to’ working in construction – at all times and everywhere?

Book chapter

Clarke, L. and Wall, C. 2014. Are women ‘not up to’ working in construction – at all times and everywhere? in: Munn, M. (ed.) Building the future: women in construction London Smith Institute. pp. 10-19

Building by Direct Labour: the significance of Direct Labour Organisations in the provision of public housing in the UK 1890-1980, Queens’ College, Cambridge, 11 - 12 April 2014

Book chapter

Clarke, L. 2014. Building by Direct Labour: the significance of Direct Labour Organisations in the provision of public housing in the UK 1890-1980, Queens’ College, Cambridge, 11 - 12 April 2014. in: Campbell, J.W.P., Andrews, W., Bill, N., Draper, K., Fleming, P. and Pan, Y. (ed.) Proceedings of the first Construction History Society Conference Construction History Society.

Rethinking Brutalist Buildings: their soul is in their making

Book chapter

Muñoz-Rojas, O., Wall, C. and Clarke, L. 2013. Rethinking Brutalist Buildings: their soul is in their making. in: Gheran, N.L. and Monteith, K. (ed.) Monstrous Spaces: the Other Frontier Oxford Brill. pp. 93-104

Transnacionais: Um Estudo de Quatro Profisses em Quatro Paises no Contexto do Quadro Europeu de Qualficacoes (QEQ)

Book chapter

Clarke, L. and Brockmann, M. 2013. Transnacionais: Um Estudo de Quatro Profisses em Quatro Paises no Contexto do Quadro Europeu de Qualficacoes (QEQ). in: Ensino Profissional Lisbon Fundacao Francisco Manuel dos Santos.


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