Francis Green
Francis Green
UCL Institute of Education
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Demanding work: The paradox of job quality in the affluent economy
F Green
Princeton University Press, 2006
12542006
Education, training and the global economy
D Ashton, F Green
E. Elgar, 1996
9811996
It’s been a hard day’s night: the concentration and intensification of work in late twentieth‐century Britain
F Green
British Journal of Industrial Relations 39 (1), 53-80, 2001
5452001
Overqualification, job dissatisfaction, and increasing dispersion in the returns to graduate education
F Green, Y Zhu
Oxford economic papers 62 (4), 740-763, 2010
5442010
Why has work effort become more intense?
F Green
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 43 (4), 709-741, 2004
5212004
Is there a genuine under-utilization of skills amongst the over-qualified?
F Green, S McIntosh
Applied economics 39 (4), 427-439, 2007
4822007
Skills at Work in Britain, 1986 to 2006
A Felstead, D Gallie, F Green, Y Zhou
ESRC Centre on Skills, Knowledge and Organisational Performance, 2007
3682007
Work skills in Britain, 1986-2001
A Felstead, D Gallie, F Green
Department for Education and Skills, 2002
3602002
The intensification of work in Europe
F Green, S McIntosh
Labour Economics 8 (2), 291-308, 2001
3532001
Unpacking the misery multiplier: How employability modifies the impacts of unemployment and job insecurity on life satisfaction and mental health
F Green
Journal of health economics 30 (2), 265-276, 2011
2852011
Trade liberalisation and wages in developing countries
JS Arbache, A Dickerson, F Green
The Economic Journal 114 (493), F73-F96, 2004
2842004
Education and training for development in East Asia: The political economy of skill formation in newly industrialised economies
D Ashton, F Green, D James, J Sung
Routledge, 2005
2732005
Does autonomic function link social position to coronary risk? The Whitehall II study
H Hemingway, M Shipley, E Brunner, A Britton, M Malik, M Marmot
Circulation 111 (23), 3071-3077, 2005
2632005
THE DETERMINANTS OF TRAINING OF MALE AND FEMALE EMPLOYEES IN BRITAIN*
F Green
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 55 (1), 103-122, 1993
2521993
A picture of wage inequality and the allocation of labor through a period of trade liberalization: the case of Brazil
F Green, A Dickerson, JS Arbache
World Development 29 (11), 1923-1939, 2001
2412001
Work intensification, discretion, and the decline in well-being at work
F Green
Eastern Economic Journal 30 (4), 615-625, 2004
2362004
An investigation of national trends in job satisfaction in Britain and Germany
F Green, N Tsitsianis
British Journal of Industrial Relations 43 (3), 401-429, 2005
2342005
Overeducation and skills-clarifying the concepts
F Green, S McIntosh, A Vignoles
CEP Discussion Papers, 1999
2331999
Job insecurity and the difficulty of regaining employment: an empirical study of unemployment expectations
F Green, A Felstead, B Burchell
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 62, 855-883, 2000
1882000
Trade unions and training practices in British workplaces
F Green, S Machin, D Wilkinson
ILR Review 52 (2), 179-195, 1999
1841999
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