Jacqueline O'Reilly
Jacqueline O'Reilly
University of Sussex Business School
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Part-time prospects: an international comparison of part-time work in Europe, North America and the Pacific Rim
J O'Reilly, C Fagan
Psychology Press, 1998
Five characteristics of youth unemployment in Europe: Flexibility, education, migration, family legacies, and EU policy
J O’Reilly, W Eichhorst, A Gábos, K Hadjivassiliou, D Lain, J Leschke, ...
Sage Open 5 (1), 2158244015574962, 2015
International handbook of labour market policy and evaluation
G Schmid, J O’Reilly, K Schömann
Edward Elgar Publishing, 1996
The value of an integrated comparative perspective
C Fagan, J O’Reilly
Part-Time Prospects: An International Comparison, 1, 2002
What happens after working part time? Integration, maintenance or exclusionary transitions in Britain and western Germany
J O'Reilly, S Bothfeld
Cambridge Journal of Economics 26 (4), 409-439, 2002
Work in the digital age: Challenges of the fourth industrial revolution
M Neufeind, J O'Reilly, F Ranft
Rowman and Littlefield International, 2018
Equal pay as a moving target: International perspectives on forty-years of addressing the gender pay gap
J O’Reilly, M Smith, S Deakin, B Burchell
Cambridge Journal of Economics 39 (2), 299-317, 2015
Working time regimes and transitions in comparative perspective
D Anxo, J O’Reilly
Working time changes: Social integration through transitional labour markets …, 2000
Working-time changes: social integration through transitional labour markets
J O'Reilly, I Cebrián, M Lallement
(No Title), 2000
Reregulating breadwinner models in socially conservative welfare systems: Comparing Germany and Japan
H Gottfried, J O'Reilly
Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society 9 (1), 29-59, 2002
Banking on flexibility: a comparison of the use of flexible employment strategies in the retail banking sector in Britain and France
J O'Reilly
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 3 (1), 35-58, 1992
Where do you draw the line? Functional flexibility, training & skill in Britain & France
J O'Reilly
Work, Employment and Society 6 (3), 369-396, 1992
Youth labor in transition: Inequalities, mobility, and policies in Europe
J O'Reilly, J Leschke, R Ortlieb, M Seeleib-Kaiser, P Villa
Oxford University Press, 2018
Theoretical considerations in cross-national employment research
J O'Reilly
WZB Discussion Paper, 1996
Framing comparisons: gendering perspectives on cross-national comparative research on work and welfare
J O’Reilly
Work, employment and society 20 (4), 731-750, 2006
Regulating working-time transitions in Europe
J O'Reilly
Edward Elgar, 2003
Ethnicity, gender and household effects on becoming NEET: An intersectional analysis
CV Zuccotti, J O’Reilly
Work, employment and society 33 (3), 351-373, 2019
The future regulation of work and welfare: time for a revised social and gender contract?
J O'Reilly, C Spee
European Journal of Industrial Relations 4 (3), 259-281, 1998
Managing uncertainty: the crisis, its consequences and the global workforce
J O’Reilly, D Lain, M Sheehan, B Smale, M Stuart
Work, employment and society 25 (4), 581-595, 2011
Structuring change: training and recruitment in retail banking in Germany, Britain and France
S Quack, J O'Reilly, S Hildebrandt
International Journal of Human Resource Management 6 (4), 759-794, 1995
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