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  • Connell, Julia; Burgess, J. (Frank Cass & Co. Ltd, 2013)
    Although an extensive literature has been developed on the global financial crisis (GFC) in the USA and Europe, thus far there has been less attention paid to the rest of the world. Consequently, this collection addresses ...
  • Connell, Julia; Burgess, J. (Frank Cass & Co. Ltd, 2013)
    In this article, some broad conclusions are presented concerning the global financial crisis (GFC) and change in the Asia Pacific region to date, with a particular focus on change and adjustments to the labour market. In ...
  • Ryan, S; Burgess, J.; Connell, Julia; Groen, E (Taylor and Francis, 2013)
    Over the past 25?years, the Australian workforce has become more casualised, with approximately one-quarter of the workforce in casual employment today. One of the highest users of casual employees is the higher education ...
  • Hannif, Zeenobiyah; Mcdonnell, Anthony; Connell, Julia; Burgess, J. (Taylor & Francis Group, 2013)
    In terms of service work, teams tend to be more prevalent in call centres than in other service industries. While the literature highlights key debates surrounding the use of teams in call centres, most of it is drawn from ...
  • Zuyderduyn, S; Sukkar, Maria; Fust, A; Dhaliwal, S; Burgess, J. (European Respiratory Society, 2008)
    Asthma is characterised by airway hyperresponsiveness, airway inflammation and airway remodelling. Airway smooth muscle cells are known to be the main effector cells of airway narrowing. In the present paper, studies will ...
  • Connell, Julia; Burgess, J. (Routledge, 2013)
    Dubai offers an example of the contradictions and tensions surrounding a development model based on migrant labour, foreign investment and a segmented labour market which has led to the exclusion of large segments of the ...
  • Burgess, J.; Connell, Julia; Winterton, J (Routledge, 2013)
    This special issue of the International Journal of Human Resource Management was conceived in response to increasing evidence regarding the vulnerability and precariousness associated with long-term economic transformations ...