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Keep, Ewart John 2009. The bottom 50% of the workforce – or how dark do you like your gloom. Presented at: Workshop on the labour market, The next capitalism seminar series, University of Cardiff, Cardiff, UK, 25 November 2009.

Keep, Ewart John 2009. Breaking free from the thrall of planning. Presented at: UKCES national seminar on the future of the labour market information, London, UK, 11 June 2009.

Keep, Ewart John 2009. Devolution and skills policy – is any pattern emerging? Presented at: ippr seminar on devolution in a downturn: Divergent approaches to sustaining economic prosperity?, Queens University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 22 June 2009.

Keep, Ewart John 2009. Education and training systems management. Presented at: internal UKCES seminar, London, UK, 28 July 2009.

Keep, Ewart John 2009. Employers, the labour market and their impact on 14-19 Reform. Presented at: Nuffield 14-19/SKOPE Conference on Education for all, Oxford, UK, 25 June 2009.

Keep, Ewart John 2009. Higher education and a skills agenda more broadly conceived. In: Withers, Kay ed. First Class? : Challenges and Opportunities for the UK’s University Sector, London: Institute for Public Policy Research, pp. 73-84.

Keep, Ewart John 2009. The incentives to learn – issues at the lower end of the labour market. Presented at: Centre for Work and Families seminar, University of South Australia, Australia, 17 August 2009.

Keep, Ewart John 2009. The incentives to learn. Presented at: SKOPE Awayday, Oxford, UK, 24 June 2009.

Keep, Ewart John 2009. Internal and external incentives to engage in education and training – a framework for analysing the forces acting on individuals? [Working Paper]. SKOPE Monograph, vol. 12. Cardiff: Cardiff University, SKOPE. Available at: http://www.skope.ox.ac.uk/sites/default/files/Mono...

Keep, Ewart John 2009. Key points relating to employers and the labour market. Presented at: Nuffield 14-19 Review conference on Education For All, London, UK, 9 June 2009.

Keep, Ewart John 2009. The labour market, skill development and employer involvement. Presented at: Nuffield Review of 14-19 E&T, conference on The Way Forward: Setting the Agenda, London: Institute of Education, 22 September 2009.

Keep, Ewart John 2009. The limits of the possible: shaping the learning and skills landscape through a shared policy narrative. [Working Paper]. SKOPE Research Paper, vol. 86. Cardiff: Cardiff University, SKOPE.. Available at: http://www.caerdydd.ac.uk/socsi/research/researchc...
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Keep, Ewart John 2009. Skills policies at a moment of change. Presented at: Australian Commonwealth Government staff seminar, Canberra, Australia, 25 August 2009.

Keep, Ewart John 2009. Skills policies at a moment of change. Presented at: Seminar for Skills Australia board members, Canberra, Australia, 14 August 2009.

Keep, Ewart John 2009. Skills policy – the cure for all ills or hopeless delusion. Presented at: Lifelong Learning Institute seminar on Skills: critical research and policy perspectives, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK, 22 April 2009.

Keep, Ewart John 2009. The skills story. Workplace Learning and Skills Bulletin (7) , p. 12.

Keep, Ewart John 2009. Understanding incentives better. Workplace Learning and Skills Bulletin (7) , pp. 15-16.

Keep, Ewart John 2009. Workforce development: Building a platform for growth in the downturn. Presented at: Australian Workplace Conference, Crisis and Renewal in Australian Workplaces, Sydney, Australia, 7 August 2009.

Keep, Ewart John 2009. Workforce improvement strategies in the UK. Presented at: Queensland Government workshop on Work, Skills and Productivity Performance, Brisbane, Austraila, 28 August 2009.

Keep, Ewart John and James, S. 2009. Recruitment and selection – the great neglected topic. Presented at: SKOPE Employers Forum, Oxford, UK, 13 October 2009.

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Lloyd, Caroline 2009. Chutes and ladders - navigating the low-wage labor market - By Katherine S. Newman [Book review]. British Journal of Industrial Relations 47 (4) , pp. 803-805. 10.1111/j.1467-8543.2009.00753_9.x

Lloyd, Caroline, Dutton, E. and Warhurst, C. 2009. Is there a ‘high road’ in the hotel industry? Presented at: International Labour Process Conference, Edinburgh, UK, April 2009.

Lloyd, Caroline and Payne, Jonathan 2009. Better teachers? The role of training and development of vocational teachers in England, Wales and Norway. Presented at: Third International Conference on Training, Employability and Employment, Karlstad, Sweden, June 2009.

Lloyd, Caroline and Payne, Jonathan 2009. 'Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing': interrogating new skill concepts in service work - the view from two UK call centres. Work, Employment and Society 23 (4) , pp. 617-634. 10.1177/0950017009344863

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Payne, Jonathan 2009. Divergent skills policy trajectories in England and Scotland after Leitch. Policy Studies 30 (5) , pp. 473-494. 10.1080/01442870902899996

Payne, Jonathan 2009. Ne’er the twain shall meet? Skills policy in England and Scotland after Leitch. Workplace Learning and Skills Bulletin (4) , pp. 6-7.

Payne, Jonathan 2009. Raising expectations: the new role of local authorities in 14-19 education and training in England. [Working Paper]. SKOPE Issues Paper, vol. 20. Cardiff: SKOPE, Oxford and Cardiff Universities. Available at: http://www.skope.ox.ac.uk/sites/default/files/Issu...

Payne, Jonathan 2009. Scoring opportunity or hospital pass? The changing role of local authorities in 14-19 education and training in England. [Working Paper]. SKOPE Research Paper, vol. 85. Cardiff: SKOPE, Oxford and Cardiff Universities.

Pring, Richard, Hayward, Geoffrey, Hodgson, Ann, Johnson, Jill, Keep, Ewart John, Oancea, Alis, Rees, Gareth Meredydd, Spurs, Ken and Wilde, Stephanie 2009. Education for all: the future of education and training for 14-19 year olds. Abingdon: Routledge.

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