Pauline J Dibben
Pauline J Dibben
Professor of Employment Relations, University of Sheffield
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Public sector innovation and entrepreneurship: Case studies from local government
D Bartlett, P Dibben
Local government studies 28 (4), 107-121, 2002
Bridging the gap between rhetoric and reality: line managers and the protection of job security for ill workers in the modern workplace
I Cunningham, P James, P Dibben
British Journal of Management 15 (3), 273-290, 2004
Comparative capitalism without capitalism, and production without workers: The limits and possibilities of contemporary institutional analysis
G Wood, P Dibben, S Ogden
International Journal of Management Reviews 16 (4), 384-396, 2014
Varieties of capitalism and employment relations: Informally dominated market economies
P Dibben, CC Williams
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 51, 563-582, 2012
HRM in Mozambique: Homogenization, path dependence or segmented business system?
G Wood, P Dibben, C Stride, E Webster
Journal of World Business 46 (1), 31-41, 2011
Absence management and the issues of job retention and return to work
P James, I Cunningham, P Dibben
Human Resource Management Journal 12 (2), 82-94, 2002
Employers and employees with disabilities in the UK: An economically beneficial relationship?
P Dibben, P James, I Cunningham, D Smythe
International journal of social economics 29 (6), 453-467, 2002
Senior management commitment to disability‐The influence of legal compulsion and best practice
P Dibben, P James, I Cunningham
Personnel Review 30 (4), 454-467, 2001
Local government and service users: empowerment through user-led innovation?
P Dibben, D Bartlett
Local Government Studies 27 (3), 43-58, 2001
Pressures towards and against formalization: Regulation and informal employment in Mozambique
P Dibben, G Wood, CC Williams
International Labour Review 154 (3), 373-392, 2015
Contesting public sector reforms
P Dibben, G Wood, I Roper
Public Choice 1, 2, 2003
Social movement unionism
P Dibben
Trade unions and democracy, 280-302, 2017
Job retention and return to work of ill and injured workers: towards an understanding of the organisational dynamics
P James, I Cunningham, P Dibben
Employee Relations 28 (3), 290-303, 2006
Institutional legacies and HRM: similarities and differences in HRM practices in Portugal and Mozambique
P Dibben, C Brewster, M Brookes, R Cunha, E Webster, G Wood
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 28 (18), 2519-2537, 2017
Knowledge transfer within strategic partnerships: the case of HRM in the Brazilian motor industry supply chain
G Wood, P Dibben, J Meira
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 27 (20), 2398-2414, 2016
New Public Management: marketisation, managerialism and consumerism
P Dibben, P Higgins
P. Dibben, G. Wood & I. Roper (eds), 2004
Trade union change, development and renewal in emerging economies: The case of Mozambique
P Dibben
Work, employment and society 24 (3), 468-486, 2010
Modernising work in public services: redefining roles and relationships in Britain's changing workplace
P Dibben, G Wood, I Roper, P James
80x10, 2007
Developments: Absence Management in the Public Sector: An Integrative Model?
P Dibben, P James, I Cunningham
Public Money and Management 21 (4), 55-60, 2001
Employment relations: A critical and international approach
P Dibben, G Wood, G Klerck
Kogan Page Publishers, 2011
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