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Publications:  Dr Mark Williams

Williams M(2020). Mapping Good Work: The Quality of Working Life Across the Occupational Structure. Bristol University Press (Bristol),
Woodhams C, Williams M, Laliotis I (2020). Independent Review of the Gender Pay Gap in Medicine in England. Department of Health and Social Care (London),
Williams M, Zhou Y, Zou M (2020). The CIPD Good Work Index. Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). (London),
Williams M (2020). Coronavirus class divide – the jobs most at risk of contracting and dying from COVID-19. The Conversation
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Williams M, Koumenta M(2020). Occupational closure and job quality: The case of occupational licensing in Britain. Human Relations vol. 73, (5) 711-736.
Williams M, Zhou Y, Zou M(2019). Differentiation in Pay for Performance Within Organizations: An Occupational Perspective. Academy of Management Proceedings vol. 2019, (1) 15669-15669.
Williams M, Zhou Y, Zou M(2019). The Rise in Pay for Performance Among Higher Managerial and Professional Occupations in Britain: Eroding or Enhancing the Service Relationship?. Work, Employment and Society
Koumenta M, Williams M(2019). An anatomy of zero-hour contracts in the UK. Industrial Relations Journal vol. 50, (1) 20-40.
Williams M, Bol T(2018). Occupations and the wage structure: The role of occupational tasks in Britain. RESEARCH IN SOCIAL STRATIFICATION AND MOBILITY vol. 53, 16-25.
Williams M, Gardiner E(2018). The power of personality at work: Core self-evaluations and earnings in the United Kingdom. Human Resource Management Journal vol. 28, (1) 45-60.
Williams M(2017). Occupational Stratification in Contemporary Britain: Occupational Class and the Wage Structure in the Wake of the Great Recession. SOCIOLOGY-THE JOURNAL OF THE BRITISH SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION vol. 51, (6) 1299-1317.
Zhou Y, Wu C, Zou M, Williams M(2017). A longitudinal study of the impact of occupational mobility on job satisfaction trajectory. Academy of Management Proceedings vol. 2017, (1) 15471-15471.
Chen Y, Williams M(2017). Subjective Social Status in Transitioning China: Trends and Determinants. Social Science Quarterly vol. 99, (1) 406-422.
Chen Y, Williams M(2016). Subjective well-being in the new China: religion, social capital, and social status. The British Journal of Sociology vol. 67, (4) 719-746.
Zhou Y, Zou M, Williams M, Tabvuma V(2016). Is the grass greener on the other side? A longitudinal study of the impact of employer change and occupational change on job satisfaction. Journal of Vocational Behavior vol. 99, 66-78.
Booth JE, Lup D, Williams M(2016). Union Membership and Charitable Giving in the United States. ILR Review vol. 70, (4) 835-864.
Williams M(2016). An old model of social class? Job characteristics and the NS-SEC schema. WORK EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIETY vol. 31, (1) 153-165.
Hodder A, Williams M, Kelly J, McCarthy N(2016). Does Strike Action Stimulate Trade Union Membership Growth?. British Journal of Industrial Relations vol. 55, (1) 165-186.
Williams M(2016). Understanding variation in the efficacy of financial participation across Europe: The role of country-level factors. Economic and Industrial Democracy vol. 39, (2) 195-227.
Zhou Y, Zou M(2016). The Effect of High Involvement Management on Employee Well-Being in Britain. Academy of Management Proceedings vol. 2016, (1) 12607-12607.
Williams M(2013). Occupations and British Wage Inequality, 1970s-2000s. EUROPEAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW vol. 29, (4) 841-857.
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