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Prof Michael Noon
I am broadly interested in issues concerning equal opportunities and diversity in the workplace. More specifically, I conduct research on ethnic minorities and employment, exploring the disadvantages faced by ethnic minorities in gaining access to work and training, broadening my work to examine the effects of gender, ethnicity, disability and age on the work experiences of UK employees using large scale survey data.
Prof Marco Manacorda
Labour Economics and Applied Micro-econometrics, with an emphasis on International Labour Markets; wage inequality, skill biased technological change and unemployment; the effect of welfare on family structure.
Prof Jane Wills
London living wage campaign; TELCO and broad-based organising; civic engagement; migrant workers in low paid work in London; labour and globalisation; new forms of trade unionism.
Prof Pedro Martins
I study employment and wage dynamics, focusing on some of their key determinants: skills, firm performance, the business cycle, employment laws, industrial relations, FDI and international trade. Other areas of interest include the Portuguese economy, teacher incentives linked to student achievement and returns to education.
Prof Geraldine Healy
I have a particular interest in the interrelationship of a number of themes including the intersectional nature of discrimination and disadvantage; inequality regimes; individualism and collectivism; career; the gap between equality and diversity policies and practices and multiple rationalities. Current research work includes a project for the TUC on The Challenges of Organising Women Casualised Workers and an EU funded project titled ?Close the Deal, Fill the Gap? a comparative project on the gender pay gap.