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For art's sake! Artistic and economic logics in creative production
DR Eikhof, A Haunschild
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2007
5532007
Lifestyle meets market: Bohemian entrepreneurs in creative industries
DR Eikhof, A Haunschild
Creativity and innovation management 15 (3), 234-241, 2006
5272006
Introduction: What work? What life? What balance?: Critical reflections on the work-life balance debate
DR Eikhof, C Warhurst, A Haunschild
Employee relations 29 (4), 325-333, 2007
3932007
The promised land? Why social inequalities are systemic in the creative industries
DR Eikhof, C Warhurst
Employee relations 35 (5), 495-508, 2013
2722013
“Women doing their own thing”: media representations of female entrepreneurship
D Ruth Eikhof, J Summers, S Carter
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research 19 (5), 547-564, 2013
1372013
Work less, live more? Critical analyses of the work-life boundary
C Warhurst, DR Eikhof, A Haunschild
Palgrave Macmillan Ltd., 2008
1172008
COVID-19, inclusion and workforce diversity in the cultural economy: what now, what next?
DR Eikhof
Cultural Trends 29 (3), 234-250, 2020
1042020
Out of balance or just out of bounds? Analysing the relationship between work and life
C Warhurst, DR Eikhof, A Haunschild
Work Less, Live More? Critical Analyses of The Work-Life Boundary, 2008
912008
A double‐edged sword: twenty‐first century workplace trends and gender equality
DR Eikhof
Gender in Management: An International Journal 27 (1), 7-22, 2012
892012
Axel Haunschild and
DR Eikhof
Creative labour: Working in the creative industries, 156, 2009
852009
Creating Balance?
S Kaiser, MJ Ringlstetter, DR Eikhof, MPE Cunha
Springer, 2011
702011
Analysing decisions on diversity and opportunity in the cultural and creative industries: A new framework
D Ruth Eikhof
Organization 24 (3), 289-307, 2017
682017
From HRM to employment rules and lifestyles. Theory development through qualitative case study research into the creative industries
A Haunschild, DR Eikhof
German Journal of Human Resource Management 23 (2), 107-124, 2009
562009
Explicit and implicit diversity policy in the UK film and television industries
J Newsinger, DR Eikhof
Journal of British Cinema and Television 17 (1), 47-69, 2020
542020
Development, supply, deployment, demand: Balancing the museum digital skills ecosystem. First findings of the ‘One by One’national digital literacy project
R Parry, DR Eikhof, SA Barnes, E Kispeter
University of Leicester, 2018
53*2018
What work? What life? What balance? Critical reflections on the work-life balance debate
DR Eikhof, C Warhurst, A Haunschild
Employee Relations 29 (4), 325-333, 2007
522007
Arbeitskraftunternehmer in der Kulturindustrie. Ein Forschungsbericht über die Arbeitswelt Theater
D Eikhof, A Haunschild
Typisch Arbeitskraftunternehmer, 93-113, 2004
442004
‘It’sa tough drug to kick’: A woman’s career in broadcasting
DR Eikhof, C York
Work, Employment and Society 30 (1), 152-161, 2016
332016
Transorganisational work and production in the creative industries
DR Eikhof
Handbook of management and creativity, 275-297, 2013
252013
And… action? Gender, knowledge and inequalities in the UK screen industries
DR Eikhof, J Newsinger, D Luchinskaya, D Aidley
Gender, Work & Organization 26 (6), 840-859, 2019
242019
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