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2006Academic Discourse: Power, Identity and Korean Migrant WomenLee, Gyung; Work and Organisational StudiesAcademic Discourse: Power, Identity and Korean Migrant Women, Proceedings of the International Conference on Critical Discourse Analysis: Theory into Research, November 2005, vol.N/A,(),2006,pp 361-370
2009Accountable and Countable: Information Management Systems and the Bureaucratization of Social WorkVan Den Broek, Diane; Burton, Judith; Work and Organisational StudiesAccountable and Countable: Information Management Systems and the Bureaucratization of Social Work, British Journal of Social Work, vol.39, 7, 2009,pp 1326-1342
2011The Active Client: The Boundary-spanning Roles of Internal Consultants as Gatekeepers, Brokers and Partners of their External CounterpartsWright, Christopher; Sturdy, Andrew; Work and Organisational StudiesThe Active Client: The Boundary-spanning Roles of Internal Consultants as Gatekeepers, Brokers and Partners of their External Counterparts, Management Learning, vol.42, 5, 2011,pp 485-503
2008The advent of paid maternity and parental leave in AustraliaBaird, Marian; Work and Organisational StudiesThe advent of paid maternity and parental leave in Australia in Making the Link- Affirmative Action and Employment Relations Volume 19, CCH Australia Limited, 2008, pp. 51-52
2012Aestheticising retail workers: Orientations of aesthetic labour in Australian fashion retailHall, Richard; Van Den Broek, Diane; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational StudiesAestheticising retail workers: Orientations of aesthetic labour in Australian fashion retail, Economic and Industrial Democracy: an international journal, vol.33, 1, 2012,pp 85-102
2007After the baby:A Qualitative Study of Working-Time Arrangements Following Maternity LeaveBaird, Marian; Charlesworth, Sara; Work and Organisational StudiesAfter the baby:A Qualitative Study of Working-Time Arrangements Following Maternity Leave, Labour and Industry, vol.17, 3, 2007,pp 97-118
2011Agency and the Deunionisation of Managers in an Australian Telecommunications CompanyVan Den Broek, Diane; Barton, Ruth; Work and Organisational StudiesAgency and the Deunionisation of Managers in an Australian Telecommunications Company, Journal of Management & Organization, vol.17, 2, 2011,pp 210-225
2009“All the world over”: The transnational world of Australian radical and labour cartoonists, 1880s to 1920Dyrenfurth, Nicholas; Quartly, Marian; Work and Organisational Studies“All the world over”: The transnational world of Australian radical and labour cartoonists, 1880s to 1920 in Drawing the Line: Using Cartoons as Historical Evidence, Monash University ePress, 2009, pp. 6.1-6.47
2014Ambivalent Finance and Protected Labour: Alternative Investments and Labour Management in AustraliaMurray, John; Westcott, Mark; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational StudiesAmbivalent Finance and Protected Labour: Alternative Investments and Labour Management in Australia in Financialization, New Investment Funds, and Labour: An International Comparison, Oxford University Press, 2014, pp. 115-147
2013The AMWU: Politics and Industrial Relations, 1852-2012Patmore, Gregory; Balnave, Nikola; Work and Organisational StudiesThe AMWU: Politics and Industrial Relations, 1852-2012 in Organise, Educate, Control: The AMWU in Australia 1852-2012, Monash University Publishing, 2013, pp. 3-33
2009Anti-unionism, Employer Strategy, and the Australian State,1996–2005Briggs, Christopher; Cooper, Rachel (Rae); Ellem, Bradon; Van Den Broek, Diane; Workplace Research Centre; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational StudiesAnti-unionism, Employer Strategy, and the Australian State,1996–2005, Labor Studies Journal, vol.34, 3, 2009,pp 339-362
2008Are National Industrial Relations' Regimes Becoming Institutionally Incomplete?Wailes, Nicholas; Work and Organisational StudiesAre National Industrial Relations' Regimes Becoming Institutionally Incomplete? in EU Industrial Relations v. National Industrial Relations: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (Kluwer Law International), 2008, pp. 3-14
2015The Art of Managing Complex CollaborationsCutcher-Gershenfeld, Joel; Knight, Eric; Middleman, Barbara; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational StudiesThe Art of Managing Complex Collaborations, MIT Sloan Management Review, vol.57, 1, 2015,pp 16-19
2001The art of selling corporate culture : management and human resources in Australian construction companies operating in MalaysiaCarter, Susan; McGrath-Champ, Susan; Law Extension Committee; Work and Organisational StudiesThe art of selling corporate culture : management and human resources in Australian construction companies operating in Malaysia, International Journal of Manpower, vol.22,(4),2001,pp 349-365
2004Arthur Rae: A 'Napoleon' In ExileKnowles, Harry; Work and Organisational StudiesArthur Rae: A 'Napoleon' In Exile, Labour History (Australia), vol.87,(N/A),2004,pp 103-122
2004An Asian Response To The Asian Crisis: The Proposal For An Asian Monetary FundDownie, Christian; Work and Organisational StudiesAn Asian Response To The Asian Crisis: The Proposal For An Asian Monetary Fund, Journal of Australian Political Economy, vol.54,(2),2004,pp 94-118
2010AustraliaPatmore, Gregory; Work and Organisational StudiesAustralia in Histories of Labour: National and International Perspectives, Merlin Press, 2010, pp. 231-261
2003AustraliaRiley, Joellen; Work and Organisational StudiesAustralia in Corporate Restructuring and the Role of Labour Law, Kluwer Law International, 2003, pp. 15-35
2002AustraliaPatmore, Gregory; Work and Organisational StudiesAustralia, Labour-Le Travail, vol.50,(2),2002,pp 255-260
2007AustraliaKeating, Emma; Van Den Broek, Diane; Work and Organisational Studies; Work and Organisational StudiesAustralia in European Framework Agreements and Telework: Law and Practice, A European and Comparative Study, Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations, 62, Kluwer Law International, 2007, pp. 77-92