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Journal article

CLARK, I., HUNTER, J., PICKFORD, R. and FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., 2020. How do licensing regimes limit worker interests? Evidence from informal employment in Britain. Economic and Industrial Democracy. ISSN 0143-831X

Conference contribution

CLARK, I., HUNTER, J., PICKFORD, R. and FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., 2019. Fragmentation but no solidarity! Grey zones of hand car washing across middle England’. In: 37th International Labour Process Conference – Fragmentation and Solidarities, Vienna, April 2019. Special Stream 6 – Grey Zones of Work and Employment, University of Vienna, Austria, 24-26 April 2019.

CLARK, I., HUNTER, J., PICKFORD, R. and FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., 2019. How do Licensing regimes displace labour law and trade unions? In: 37th International Labour Process Conference 2019, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria, 24-26 April 2019.

FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H. and CLARK, I., 2018. 'Intermediated work in (in) formalized business and employment practice' sub-theme 63: organizing intermediated work: conflicts, cultures, and regulatory challenges. In: 34th EGOS Colloquium: Surprise in and around Organizations: Journeys to the Unexpected, Tallinn, Estonia, 5-7 July 2018.

CLARK, I. and FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., 2018. What can crime science learn from labour exploitation and trafficking in hand car washes? In: 12th International Crime Science Conference, British Library, London, 4 July 2018.

CLARK, I. and FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., 2018. Regulating (in) formalized business and employment practices: the state as a new HR manager? In: 68th BUIRA Conference 2018: The Return of Politics to Employment Relations, Middlesex University, London, 27-29 June 2018.

FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., 2015. What does carrying out a "history of the present" involve? A conceptual and methodological reflection on employing Foucault's genealogical method. In: The Quadrangular Early Career Track Conference, Lancaster University Management School, Lancaster University, Lancaster, 14-15 September 2015.

FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., 2013. The "impact" of STS research? In: 3rd Mini STS PhD Conference, Lancaster University, Lancaster, January 2013.

FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., 2012. Contextualising and understanding the "politicised" character of academic knowledge production. In: The 6th Quadrangular PhD Conference: Organising Relationships in the Network Society, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, 2012.

FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., 2012. Organising "impact": the future of academic research. In: Meiji-Lancaster Workshop on 'Work, Employment and Human Resource Management: Observations from Japan and the UK', Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan, 2012.

FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., 2011. Governing the academic researcher. In: The 5th Quadrangular PhD Conference, Lancaster University Management School, Lancaster University, Lancaster, 20-21 September 2011.

FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., 2011. The rise of "impact" and the future of "research": research at stake. In: 7th International Critical Management Studies Conference (CMS7 2011), University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy, 11-13 July 2011.

FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., 2010. The rise of "impact" and the production of knowledge. In: Mini STS PhD Conference, Lancaster University, Lancaster, 9-10 December 2010.

Confidential report for external body

HUNTER, J., PICKFORD, R., CLARK, I., FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., BARRETT, J., BRENNAN, K. and HARRIS, C., 2019. Vulnerable workers and exploitative workplaces: where are all the hand car washes? Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University.

CLARK, I., HUNTER, J., PICKFORD, R., FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., BARRATT, J., BRENNAN, K. and HARRIS, C., 2019. Vulnerable workers and exploitative workplaces: where are all the hand car washes? Classifying hand car washes, and predicting their location, in order to inform policy interventions to tackle problematic employment and modern slavery. London: Office of the Director of Labour Market Enforcement, Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Policy.

HUNTER, J., PICKFORD, R., CLARK, I. and FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., 2019. Where are the hand car washes? Identifying the socio-economic and neighbourhood characteristics that explain the presence (or otherwise) of hand car washes across neighbourhoods in the East and West Midlands. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University.

Newspaper or popular journal contribution

CLARK, I., FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., HUNTER, J. and PICKFORD, R., 2020. Working and living practices may explain Leicester's coronavirus spike. The Conversation.

Research report for external body

BLANCO, S., PICKFORD, R., STEWART, S., POTTER, A., SMITH, K., BOWE, M., KELLEZI, B., WAKEFIELD, J., STEVENSON, C., CLARK, I., HUNTER, J., FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H. and HILL, R., 2020. C19 National Foresight Group: briefing - economic insecurity: a compendium of intelligence briefing papers for the United Kingdom. C19 National Foresight Group.

Website content

CLARK, I., PICKFORD, R., HUNTER, J. and FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., 2018. Is a voluntary licensing scheme for hand car washes based at supermarkets enough? Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University.

Other

CLARK, I., PICKFORD, R., HUNTER, J., FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., BARRETT, J., BRENNAN, K. and HARRISON, C., 2020. Vulnerable workers and exploitative workplaces: where are all the hand car washes? (Unpublished)

CLARK, I., PICKFORD, R., HUNTER, J. and FEARNALL-WILLIAMS, H., 2019. Submission of written evidence to consultation on single labour enforcement body. London: Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)/Home Office. (Forthcoming)

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