Labour Market Dynamics Research Programme publications

Research

Watson, B. , Meares, C., de Bruin, A. and Spoonley, P. (2009) Work-Based Training in Auckland, Hawke's Bay and Rodney, Research Report 1/2009.
Inkson, K., Meares, C., Dupuis, A., Inkson, N. and McLaren, E. (2007) Young(er) People's Conceptualisations of the World of Work: A Qualitative Study, Research Report 1/2007
Baron, P. and McLaren, E. (2006) Overcoming Skill Shortages: Employer Perspectives and Strategies. Research Report 2006/4
Fitzgerald, E. and McLaren, E. (2006) Recruitment, Training and the Maori Labour Market Supply: An Analysis of Maori Employers. Research Report 2006/2.
Dupuis, A. and McLaren, E. (2006) Non-Standard Work and Young(er) Workers. Research Report 2006/1.
Leggatt-Cook, C. (2005) Contemporary School to Work Transitions: A Literature Review Research Report 2005/4.
Cunningham, C., Fitzgerald, E. and Stevenson, B. (2005) Pathways to Employment: An Analysis of Young Maori Workers. Research Report 2005/3.
de Bruin, A., McLaren, E. and Spoonley, P. (2005) Labour Demand in a Tight Labour Market: A Survey of Employers Research Report 2005/2.
McLaren, E., Firkin, P., Spoonley, P., Dupuis, A., de Bruin, A., and Inkson, K.(2004). At the Margins: Contingency, Precariousness and Non-Standard Work. 2004/1.
Firkin, P., McLaren, E., Spoonley, P., de Bruin, A., Dupuis, A. and Perera, H. (2003). Non-Standard Work: Alternative Arrangements Amongst Knowledge Workers. An Expanded Analysis Across Two Regions - Hawkes Bay and Auckland. 2003/4.
Alach, P. and Inkson, K. (2003). Temping: A Study of Temporary Office Workers in Auckland. 2003/2
Firkin, P., McLaren, E., Spoonley, P., de Bruin, A., Dupuis, A, Perera, H., Cremer, R., and Overton, J. 2002. Non-Standard Work: Alternative Arrangements Amongst Knowledge Workers.
Shirley, I., Firkin, P., Cremer, R., Eichbaum, C., de Bruin, A., Dewe, P., Dupuis, A., and P. Spoonley. 2001 Transitions in the Waitakere Labour Market: An Ethnographic Study.
Shirley, I., Firkin, P., Cremer, R., Eichbaum, C., de Bruin, A., Dewe, P., Dupuis, A., and Spoonley, P. 2001. Transitions in the South Waikato Labour Market: An Ethnographic Study.
Shirley, I., Firkin, P., Cremer, R., Eichbaum, C., de Bruin, A., Dewe, P., Dupuis, A., and Spoonley, P. 2001. Transitions in the Hawkes Bay Labour Market: Paid Work, Unpaid Work and Other Transitions.
Shirley, I., Firkin, P., Cremer, R., Eichbaum, C., de Bruin, A., Dewe, P., Dupuis, A. and Spoonley, P. 2001. Transitions in the Hawkes Bay Labour Market: Welfare and Unemployment.
Shirley, I., Firkin, P., Cremer, R., Eichbaum, C., de Bruin, A., Dewe, P., Dupuis, A., and Spoonley, P. 2001. Transitions in the Hawkes Bay Labour Market: Education and Training.
Shirley, I., Cremer, R., Dewe, P., Rauniyar, D., Spoonley, P., and Wilson, D. 2000. The Waitakere Labour Market: General Report – 1998-1999.
Shirley, I., Brooks, J., Cremer, R., Dewe, P., Eichbaum, C., Rauniyar, D., Spoonley, P., and Bartley, A. 2000. The South Waikato Labour Market: General Report – 1998-99

Working Papers

Brown, R., Fisher, S., Sinclair, B. and Turner, M. (2007) Student Essays. Work in the Twenty First Century: Union Membership, Multiple Job Holding, Gender and Non-Standard Work. Working Paper No. 20, 2007
McPherson, M. (2006) Non-Standard Work Analysis. Working Paper No. 18.
McLaren, E. and Spoonley, P. (2005) Employment and Skills: North Shore City, Waitakere City and Rodney District Working Paper No. 15.
Dupuis, A., and de Bruin, A. (2005). Choice and Constraint: The Conundrum of Non-Standard Work. Working Paper No. 14, 2005.
Warner, C. (2004). Adolescent Transitions from School to Employment. Working Paper No. 12, 2004.
Dupuis, A., and de Bruin, A. (2004). The Relevance of the Notion of 'Work-Life' Balance to Non-Standard Workers. Working Paper No. 11, 2004.
Rossiter, G., and McMorran, F. (2003). The Law and Alternative Working Arrangements. Working Paper No. 10, 2003.
Butcher, A. (2002). A Review of the Literature on Non-Standard Work and the New Economy. Working Paper No. 9, 2002.
Byrne, L. (2002). Women Combining Paid Work and Parenting. Working Paper No. 8, 2002.
McLaren, E. (2001). The Growing Insecurity of Work. Working Paper No. 5, 2001.
de Bruin, A., and Firkin, P. (2001). Self-employment and the Older Worker. Working Paper No. 4, 2001.
Firkin, P., Cremer, R., de Bruin, A., Dupuis, A., and Spoonley,P. (2001). ‘A Great Place to Work?’ A Comparative Analysis of Three Regional Labour Markets. Working Paper No. 3, 2001.
Bartley, A., Cremer, R., de Bruin, A., Dupuis, A., and Spoonley, P. (2001). ‘We Might Call Them Once’. Mediating Supply and Demand in Regional Labour Markets? Working Paper No 2, 2001.
Dewe, P., Spoonley, P., and Bartley, A. (2000). Hawkes Bay: A Survey of Employment Policies and Business Requirements. Working Paper No 1, 2000.

Other Publications

McLaren, E., and Spoonley, P. (2005) Where are the Workers? Employment and Skills in Nine Industries. Report prepared for the Waitakere Employment and Skills Project, April 2005
Lysnar, P., McLaren, E., and Spoonley, P. (2004). Smales Farm Technology Office Park: A Qualitative Social and Economic Impact Study. February 2004/3.
Schumacher, C., Lysnar, P., McLaren, E., Arin, P., and Spoonley, P. (2004) Smales Farm Technology Office Park: A Social and Economic Impact Study. February 2004/1.
McLaren, E., Westbrooke, B. and Spoonley, P. (2004) Employment and Skills in the Rodney District. Report prepared for Work and Income Auckland in association with the Rodney Economic Development Trust and the Rodney District Council.
McLaren, E., Maidment, J. and Spoonley, P. (2004) North Shore City: Employment and Skills. Report prepared for Enterprise North Shore Trust.
de Bruin, A, and Plester, B. (2004) Building the ICT Industry in North Shore City: Report prepared for Enterprise North Shore Trust.
de Bruin, A. and Hanrahan, S. (2003) The Screen Production Industry in the Auckland Region: Towards Understanding Human Capacity Issues. A Report prepared for the Auckland Regional Economic Development Strategy.