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Professor Jo Ingold
Professor Jo Ingold
Peter Faber Business School, Australian Catholic University
Verified email at acu.edu.au
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The demand-side of active labour market policies: a regional study of employer engagement in the Work Programme
J Ingold, M Stuart
Journal of Social Policy 44 (3), 443-462, 2015
1062015
Evidence translation: an exploration of policy makers’ use of evidence
J Ingold, M Monaghan
Policy & Politics 44 (2), 171-190, 2016
742016
Welfare to work and the inclusive labour market: a comparative study of activation policies for disability and long-term sickness benefit claimants in the UK and Denmark
D Etherington, J Ingold
Journal of European Social Policy 22 (1), 30-44, 2012
722012
Editorial introduction: An introduction to employer engagement in the field of HRM. Blending social policy and HRM research in promoting vulnerable groups' labour market …
R Van Berkel, J Ingold, P McGurk, P Boselie, T Bredgaard
Human Resource Management Journal 27 (4), 503-513, 2017
642017
Employer engagement in active labour market programmes: The role of boundary spanners
J Ingold
Public Administration 96 (4), 707-720, 2018
522018
Employers' recruitment of disadvantaged groups: exploring the effect of active labour market programme agencies as labour market intermediaries
J Ingold, D Valizade
Human Resource Management Journal 27 (4), 530-547, 2017
522017
Activating the ‘ideal jobseeker’: Experiences of individuals with mental health conditions on the UK Work Programme
F Scholz, J Ingold
Human Relations 74 (10), 1604-1627, 2021
442021
Work, welfare and gender inequalities: an analysis of activation strategies for partnered women in the UK, Australia and Denmark
J Ingold, D Etherington
Work, employment and society 27 (4), 621-638, 2013
432013
Policy practitioners’ accounts of evidence-based policy making: the case of universal credit
M Monaghan, JO Ingold
Journal of Social Policy 48 (2), 351-368, 2019
322019
Claimants’ experiences of the social security system during the first wave of COVID-19
K Summers, LC Scullion, B Baumberg Geiger, D Robertshaw, D Edmiston, ...
212021
Employers' perspectives on benefit conditionality in the UK and Denmark
J Ingold
Social Policy & Administration 54 (2), 236-249, 2020
212020
Mediating the claim? How ‘local ecosystems of support’shape the operation and experience of UK social security
D Edmiston, D Robertshaw, D Young, J Ingold, A Gibbons, K Summers, ...
Social Policy & Administration 56 (5), 775-790, 2022
192022
An introduction to employer engagement in the field of HRM. Blending social policy and HRM research in promoting vulnerable groups’ labour market participation: Editorial …
R Van Berkel, J Ingold, P McGurk, P Boselie, T Bredgaard
Human Resource Management Journal 27 (4), 503-513, 2017
192017
Non-take-up of benefits at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic
B Geiger, L Scullion, K Summers, P Martin, C Lawler, D Edmiston, ...
Welfare at a Social Distance Project, 2021
182021
Class composition, Labour's strategy and the politics of work
P Thompson, FH Pitts, J Ingold, J Cruddas
The Political Quarterly 93 (1), 142-149, 2022
172022
Employer engagement in active labour market policies in the UK and Denmark: a survey of employers
J Ingold, D Valizade
Policy report, 2015
172015
Navigating pandemic social security: Benefits, employment and crisis support during COVID-19
D Edmiston, D Robertshaw, AR Gibbons, J Ingold, B Baumberg Geiger, ...
132021
Employer participation in active labour market policies in the United Kingdom and Denmark: The effect of employer associations as social networks and the mediating role of …
D Valizade, J Ingold, M Stuart
Work, Employment and Society 37 (4), 991-1012, 2023
112023
Employer engagement in the Work Programme
J Ingold, M Stuart
Deakin University, 2014
112014
Culture wars and class wars: Labour between post-Corbynism and Johnsonism
FH Pitts, P Thompson, J Cruddas, J Ingold
Renewal: A Journal of Social Democracy 30 (3), 80-94, 2022
102022
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