Journal Articles

  1. & Regional pay? The public/private sector pay differential. Regional Studies, 1-13.
  2. Born in Britain: a reflecvtion on goverrnments aspirations a decade on. Economics & Finance Research: An Open Access Journal
  3. & The Religious Dimension to Ethnic Disadvantage in Great Britain. Homo Oeconomicus 29(1), 25-55.
  4. & The Gender Pay Gap in Wales in 2011. Contemporary Wales 25, 191-203.
  5. & The Productivity Gaps in Wales: Evidence from Firm-Level Data. Contemporary Wales 25-114.
  6. The employment and earnings of Britain's senior citizens'. Economic Issues 14(2), 1-26.
  7. & Employment discrimination in Northern Ireland and the Good Friday Agreement. Economics Letters 99(2), 282-285.
  8. & University Patenting in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland: a Comparative Analysis. Higher Education Quarterly 62(1-2), 101-119.
  9. & Is There a Public Sector Training Advantage? Evidence from the Workplace Employment Relations Survey. British Journal of Industrial Relations 46(4), 674-701.
  10. & Devolution, sustainability and GDP convergence: Is the Welsh agenda achievable?. Regional Studies 40(6), 679
  11. & Outside Offers And The Gender Pay Gap: Empirical Evidence From the UK Academic Labour Market*. The Economic Journal 115(501), F81
  12. White/ethnic minority earnings and employment differentials in Britain: evidence from the LFS. Oxford Economic Papers 54(2), 270
  13. & Why are Ethnic Minority Applicants Less Likely to be Accepted into Higher Education. , 65-91.
  14. & The ethnic wage gap and employment differentials in the 1990s: Evidence for Britain. Economics Letters 58(1)-103.
  15. & A Picture of Male and Female Unemployment among Britain's Ethnic Minorities. Scottish Journal of Political Economy 44(2)-197.

Book Chapters

  1. & Is the Public Pay Advantage Explanied by Differences in Work Quality?. In Alan Felstead, Duncan Gallie, and Francis Green (Ed.), Unequal Britain at Work. (pp. 147-166). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Other Research Outputs

  1. & (2010). Modelling and Explaining Regional Differences in Economic Prosperity within Wales: Gender and Migration. (Welsh Assembly Government No. n/a). : Welsh Assembly Government.