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Research Profile

Prof Alan Felstead 


Selected Publications

Books

FELSTEAD, A, Fuller, A, Jewson, N and Unwin, L (2009) Improving Working as Learning, London: Routledge.  Paperback and Hardback, forthcoming

FELSTEAD, A, Fuller, A, Jewson, N and Unwin, L (2009) Improving Working as Learning, London: Routledge. Paperback and Hardback, pp.231. Research Brief. Book Prize.

 

 

FELSTEAD, A, Jewson, N and Walters, S (2005) Changing Places of Work, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.  Paperback and Hardback, pp.200.

FELSTEAD, A, Jewson, N and Walters, S (2005) Changing Places of Work, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Paperback and Hardback, pp.200. More

 

 

FELSTEAD, A and Jewson, N (2000) In Work, At Home: Towards an Understanding of Homeworking, London: Routledge.  Paperback and Hardback, pp.203.

FELSTEAD, A and Jewson, N (2000) In Work, At Home: Towards an Understanding of Homeworking, London: Routledge. Paperback and Hardback, pp.203. More

 

 

FELSTEAD, A and Jewson, N (1999) (eds) Global Trends in Flexible Labour, Basingstoke: Macmillan. Paperback and Hardback, pp.213.

FELSTEAD, A and Jewson, N (1999) (eds) Global Trends in Flexible Labour, Basingstoke: Macmillan. Paperback and Hardback, pp.213. More

 

 

FELSTEAD, A (1993) The Corporate Paradox: Power and Control in the Business Franchise, London: Routledge.  Paperback and Hardback, pp.273.

FELSTEAD, A (1993) The Corporate Paradox: Power and Control in the Business Franchise, London: Routledge. Paperback and Hardback, pp.273. More

 

 

Leighton, P and FELSTEAD, A (1992) (eds) The New Entrepreneurs: Self-Employment and Small Business in Europe, London: Kogan Page.  Hardback, pp.368.

Leighton, P and FELSTEAD, A (1992) (eds) The New Entrepreneurs: Self-Employment and Small Business in Europe, London: Kogan Page. Hardback, pp.368.

 

 

 

Articles in Refereed Journals

FELSTEAD, A, Green, F and Jewson, N (2013) ‘An analysis of the impact of the 2008-09 recession on the provision of training in the UK’, Work, Employment and Society, 26(6): 966-984

Gallie, D, FELSTEAD, A and Green, F (2012) ‘Job preferences and the intrinsic quality of work: the changing attitudes to work of British employees 1992-2006’, Work, Employment and Society, (26)5: 806-821

FELSTEAD, A (2012) ‘Changes in the quality and inequalities of work in Britain: new measures and emerging trends’, Greek Review of Social Research, 136: 79-96.

FELSTEAD, A (2012) ‘Rapid change or slow evolution? Changing places of work and their consequences in the UK’, Journal of Transport Geography, 21(2): 31-38.

Gallie, D, Zhou, Y, FELSTEAD, A and Green, F (2012) ‘Teamwork, skill development and employee welfare’, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 50(1): 23-46.

Yeadon-Lee, Y, Jewson, N, FELSTEAD, A, Fuller, A and Unwin, L (2011) ‘Bringing in the customers: regulation, discretion and customer service narratives in upmarket hair salons’, International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 6: 101-114.

FELSTEAD, A (2010). Closing the age gap? Age, skills and the experience of work in Great Britain, Ageing and Society, 30(8): 1293-1314

FELSTEAD, A, Gallie, D, Green, F and Zhou, Y (2010) ‘Employee involvement, the quality of training and the learning environment: an individual-level analysis’, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 21(10): 1667-1688.

Bishop, D, FELSTEAD, A, Fuller, A, Jewson, N, Unwin, L and Kakavelakis, K (2009) ‘Constructing learning: adversarial and collaborative working in the British construction industry', Journal of Education and Work, 22(4): 243-260.

Fuller, A, Kakavelakis, K, FELSTEAD, A, Jewson, N and Unwin, L (2009) ‘Learning, knowing and controlling the stock: the nature of employee discretion in a supermarket chain’, Journal of Education and Work, 22(2):105-120.

FELSTEAD, A, Bishop, D, Fuller, A, Jewson, N, Kakavelakis, K and Unwin, L (2009) ‘Mind the gap: personal and collective identities at work’, Studies in the Education of Adults, 40(1), 6-20.

FELSTEAD, A (2009) 'Are jobs in Wales high skilled and high quality? Baselining the One Wales vision and tracking recent trends', Contemporary Wales, 22(1), September: 36-61.

Kakavelakis, K, FELSTEAD, A, Fuller, A, Jewson, N and Unwin, L (2008) ‘Making a sales advisor: the limits of “instrumental empathy”’, Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 60(3): 209-221.

Fuller, A, Unwin, L, Bishop, D, FELSTEAD, A, Jewson, N, Kakavelakis, K and Lee, T (2007) ‘Knowledge use and creation in the workplace: the characteristics of a differentiated process’, British Journal of Educational Research, 33(5): 743-759.

Unwin, L, FELSTEAD, A, Fuller, A, Bishop, D, Jewson, N, Kakavelakis, K and Lee, T (2007) ‘Looking inside the Russian doll: the interconnections between context, learning and pedagogy in the workplace’, Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 15(3): 333-348.

Green, F, FELSTEAD, A, Gallie, D, and Zhou, Y (2007) ‘Computers and pay’, National Institute Economic Review, no 201, July: 63-75.

FELSTEAD, A, Fuller, A, Jewson, N, Kakavelakis, K, and Unwin, L (2007) ‘Grooving to the same tunes?  Learning, training and productive systems in the aerobics studio’, Work, Employment and Society, 21(2): 189-208.

FELSTEAD, A, Fuller, A, Unwin, L, Ashton, D, Butler, P and Lee, T (2005) ‘Surveying the scene: learning metaphors, survey design and the workplace context’, Journal of Education and Work, 18(4): 359-383.

FELSTEAD, A, Jewson, N and Walters, S (2005) ‘The shifting locations of work: new statistical evidence on the spaces and places of employment’, Work, Employment and Society, 19(2): 415-431.

FELSTEAD, A, and Gallie, D (2004) ‘For better or worse? Non-standard jobs and high involvement work systems’, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 15(7): 1293-1316.

Gallie, D, FELSTEAD, A and Green, F (2004) ‘Changing patterns of task discretion in Britain’, Work, Employment and Society, 18(2): 243-266.

Gallie, D, FELSTEAD, A and Green, F (2003) ‘Skill, task discretion and new technology: research on skill trends in Britain 1986-2001’, L’Année Sociologique, 53(2): 401-430.

Green, F, FELSTEAD, A, and Gallie, D (2003) ‘Computers and the changing skill-intensity of jobs’, Applied Economics, 35: 1561-1576.

FELSTEAD, A, Jewson, N, and Walters, S (2003) ‘Managerial control of employees working at home’, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 41(2): 241-262.

FELSTEAD, A, Jewson, N, Phizacklea, A and Walters, S (2002) ‘Opportunity to work at home in the context of work-life balance’, Human Resource Management Journal, 12(1): 54-76.

Gallie, D, FELSTEAD, A and Green, F (2001) ‘Employer policies and organisational commitment in Britain 1992-7’, Journal of Management Studies, 37(6): 1081-1101.

Green, F, Ashton, D and FELSTEAD, A, (2001) ‘Estimating the determinants of supply of computing, problem-solving, communication, social and teamworking skills’, Oxford Economic Papers, 53: 406-433.

FELSTEAD, A, Jewson, N, Phizacklea, A and Walters, S (2001) ‘Working at home: statistical evidence for seven key hypotheses’, Work, Employment and Society, 15(2): 215-231.

FELSTEAD, A, Ashton, D and Green, F (2001) ‘Paying the price for flexibility? Training, skills and non-standard jobs in Britain’, International Journal of Employment Studies, 9(1): 25-60.

FELSTEAD, A and Unwin, L (2001) ‘Funding post-compulsory education and training: a retrospective analysis of the TEC and FEFC systems and their impact on skills’, Journal of Education and Work, 14(1): 91-111.

Green, F, FELSTEAD, A and Burchell, B (2000) ‘Job insecurity and the difficulty of regaining employment: an empirical study of unemployment expectations’, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 62 (Special Issue): 855-883.

FELSTEAD, A, Ashton, D and Green, F (2000) ‘Are Britain’s workplace skills becoming more unequal?’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 24(6): 709-727.

FELSTEAD, A and Ashton, D (2000) ‘Tracing the link: organisational structures and skill demands’, Human Resource Management Journal, 10(3): 5-21.

Green, F, FELSTEAD, A, Mayhew, K and Pack, A (2000) ‘Training and labour mobility: individual and firm-level evidence from Britain’, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 38(2): 261-275.

FELSTEAD, A, Krahn, H and Powell, M (1999) ‘Young and old at risk: comparative trends in "non-standard" patterns of work in Canada and the United Kingdom’, International Journal of Manpower, 20(5): 277-296.

FELSTEAD, A, Green, F and Mayhew, K (1999) ‘Britain’s training statistics: a cautionary tale’, Work, Employment and Society, 13(1): 107-115.

FELSTEAD, A and Jewson, N (1997) ‘Researching a problematic concept: homeworkers in Britain’, Work, Employment and Society, 11(2): 327-346.

Raper, P, Ashton, D, FELSTEAD, A and Storey, J (1997) ‘Toward the Learning Organisation? Explaining current trends in training practice in the UK’, International Journal of Training and Development, 1(1): 9-21.

FELSTEAD, A (1996) ‘Homeworking in Britain: the national picture in the mid-1990s’, Industrial Relations Journal, 27(3): 225-238.

FELSTEAD, A (1996) ‘Identifying the gender inequalities in the distribution of vocational qualifications in the UK’, Gender, Work and Organization, 3(1): 38-50.

FELSTEAD, A (1994) ‘Funding government training schemes: mechanisms and consequences’, British Journal of Education and Work, 7(3): 21-42.

FELSTEAD, A and Green, F (1994) ‘Training during the recession’, Work, Employment and Society, 8(2): 199-219.

FELSTEAD, A (1994) ‘Shifting the frontier of control: small firm autonomy within a franchise’, International Small Business Journal, 12(2): 50-62.

FELSTEAD, A (1991) ‘The social organization of the franchise: a case of ‘‘controlled self-employment’’’, Work, Employment and Society, 5(1): 37-57.

 

Book Chapters

FELSTEAD, A, Gallie, D and Green, F (2013) ‘Measuring skills stock, job skills and skills mismatch’, in Buchanan, J, Finegold, D, Mayhew, K and Warhurst, C (eds) Oxford Handbook of Skills and Training, Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

Green, F, FELSTEAD, A. and Gallie, D (2013) ‘Skills and work organisation in Britain’, in Green, F and Keese, M (eds) Job Tasks, Work Skills and the Labour Market, Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, forthcoming.

Felstead, A and Jewson, N (2012) ‘New places of work, new spaces of learning’, in Brooks, R, Fuller, A and Waters, J (eds) Changing Spaces of Education, London: Routledge.

FELSTEAD, A, Fuller, A, Jewson, N and Unwin, L (2011) ‘Following the retail chain: sandwiches, supermarkets and the potential for workplace learning’, in Bozkurt, Ö and Grugulis, I (eds) Retail Work, London: Palgrave.

FELSTEAD, A (2010) ‘The importance of “teaching old dogs new tricks”: training and learning opportunities for older workers’, in Parry, E and Tyson, S (eds) Managing an Age Diverse Workforce, London: Palgrave.

FELSTEAD, A, Bishop, D, Fuller, A Jewson, N, Unwin, L, Kakavelakis, K (2010) ‘Working as belonging: the management of personal and collective identities’, in Ecclestone, K, Biesta, G and Hughes, M (eds) Transitsions Through the Lifecourse, London: Routledge.

Unwin, L, Fuller, A, FELSTEAD, A, and Jewson, N (2009) ‘Worlds within worlds: the relational dance between context and learning in the workplace’, in Edwards, R, Giesta, B and Thorpe, M (eds) Rethinking Contexts for Learning and Teaching: Communities, Activities and Networks, London: Routledge.

FELSTEAD, A, Jewson, N, Fuller, A, Kakavelakis, K and Unwin, L (2009) ‘Establishing rapport: using quantitative and qualitative methods in tandem’, in Townsend, K and Burgess, J (eds) Method in the Madness: Research Stories You Won’t Find in a Textbook, Oxford: Chandos Publishing.

FELSTEAD, A and Green, F (2008) ‘Work skills in Northern Ireland: results from the employee skills survey’, inLabour Market Bulletin 21, Belfast: Department for Employment and Learning.

Unwin, L, FELSTEAD, A, Fuller, A, Lee, T, Butler, P and Ashton, D (2008) ‘Worlds within worlds: the relationship between context and pedagogy in the workplace’, in Nijhof, W J and Nieuwenhuis, L F M (eds) The Learning Potential of the Workplace, Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

FELSTEAD, A (2007) 'Measure for Measure: Mapping the terrain of the training, learning and skills debates' in Storey, J (eds) Human Resource Management: A Critical Text, Third Edition. Andover: Thompson Learning.

Unwin, L, FELSTEAD, A, Fuller, A, Ashton, D, Bishop, D, Lee, T and Jewson, N (2006) ‘Making more of everyday workplace activity: the value (and pitfalls) of informal learning’, in Campbell, M and Porter, S (eds) Skills and Economic Performance, London: Caspian.

FELSTEAD, A, Jewson, N and Walters, S (2004) ‘Images, interviews and interpretations: making connections in visual research’, in Pole, C (ed) Seeing is Believing? Approaches to Visual Research, Oxford: Elsevier Science.

FELSTEAD, A, Gallie, D and Green, F (2004) ‘Job complexity and task discretion: tracking the direction of skills at work in Britain’, in Warhurst, C, Grugulis, I and Keep, E (eds) The Skills That Matter, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

FELSTEAD, A (2002) ‘Putting skills in their place: the regional pattern of work skills in late twentieth century Britain’, in Evans, K, Hodkinson, P and Unwin, L (eds) Working to Learn: Transforming Learning in the Workplace, London: Kogan Page.

Jewson, N and FELSTEAD, A (2001) ‘New ways of working and living’, in Giddens, A (ed.) Sociology: Introductory Readings, Cambridge: Polity Press (reprinted article which appeared in Sociology Review, 10 (1), 20-23).

Ashton, D and FELSTEAD, A (2001) ‘From training to lifelong learning: the birth of the knowledge society?’, in Storey, J (ed.) Human Resource Management : A Critical Text, Second Edition, London: Routledge.

Ashton, D, FELSTEAD, A and Green, F (2000) ‘Skills in the British workplace’, in Coffield, F (ed.) Differing Visions of a Learning Society, Bristol: Policy Press.

Green, F, Ashton, D, Burchell, B, Davies, B and FELSTEAD, A (2000) ‘Are British workers getting more skilled?’, in Borghans, L and de Grip, A (eds) The Overeducated Worker? The Economics of Skill Utilization, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

FELSTEAD, A, Ashton, D, Burchell, B and Green, F (1999) ‘Skill trends in Britain: trajectories over the last decade’, in Coffield, F (ed.) Speaking Truth to Power: Research and Policy on Lifelong Learning, Bristol: Policy Press.

FELSTEAD, A and Jewson, N (1999) ‘Flexible labour and non-standard employment: an agenda of issues’, in Felstead, A and Jewson, N (eds) Global Trends in Flexible Labour, London: Macmillan.

FELSTEAD, A (1997) ‘Unequal shares for women? Qualification gaps in the National Targets for Education and Training’, in Metcalf, H (ed.) Half Our Future: Women, Skill Development and Training, London: PSI.

FELSTEAD, A and Green, F (1996) ‘Training implications of regulation compliance and business cycles’, in Booth, A and Snower, D (eds) Acquiring Skills: Market Failures, Their Symptoms and Policy Responses, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

FELSTEAD, A (1995) ‘The gender implications of creating a training market: alleviating or reinforcing inequality of access?’, in Humphries, J and Rubery, J (eds) The Economics of Equal Opportunities, Manchester: Equal Opportunities Commission.

FELSTEAD, A (1995) ‘Small firm autonomy within a franchise: a case of shifting fortunes’, in Chittenden, F, Robertson, M and Marshall, I (eds) Small Firms: Partnerships for Growth, London: Paul Chapman Publishing.

Ashton, D and FELSTEAD, A (1995) ‘Training and development’, in Storey, J (ed.) Human Resource Management: A Critical Text, London: Routledge.

FELSTEAD, A (1994) ‘La franquica: ¿Testimonio de la «economia de empresa» y de la rees-tructuracion economica de los años ochenta?’, in Pollert, A (comp.) ¿Adiós a la Flexibilidad?, Ministerio de Trabajo y Seguridad Social, España.

FELSTEAD, A (1992) ‘Franchising, self-employment and the ‘‘enterprise culture’’: a UK perspective’, in Leighton, P and Felstead, A (eds) The New Enterpreneurs: Self-Employment and Small Business in Europe, London: Kogan Page.

FELSTEAD, A and Leighton, P (1992) ‘Issues, themes and reflections on the ‘‘enterprise culture’’’, in Leighton, P and Felstead, A (eds) The New Enterpreneurs: Self-Employment and Small Business in Europe, London: Kogan Page.

FELSTEAD, A (1991) ‘Facing up to the fragility of ‘‘minding your own business’’ as a franchisee’, in Curran, J and Blackburn, R (eds) Paths of Enterprise: The Future of Small Business, London: Routledge.

FELSTEAD, A (1991) ‘Franchising: a testimony to the ‘‘enterprise economy’’ and economic restructuring in the 1980s?’, in Pollert, A (ed.) Farewell to Flexibility?, Oxford: Blackwell.

FELSTEAD, A (1990) ‘A chance to be your own boss: the myth or reality of franchise ownership?’, in Jenkins, G and Poole, M (eds) New Forms of Ownership: Management and Employment, London: Routledge.

 

Articles in Non-Refereed Journals

FELSTEAD, A, Green, F and Jewson, N (2011) 'Findings challenge the common assumption about training during difficult times', People Management Magazine Online, 22 March

FELSTEAD, A, Green, F and Jewson, N (2011) 'Firms still training despite recession', Adults Learning, 22(3): 25-27.

FELSTEAD, A, Fuller, A, Jewson, N and Unwin, L (2011) Working to learn, learning to work, Praxis, issue 7, January

FELSTEAD, A, Fuller, A, Jewson, N and Unwin, L (2009) ‘Improving working as learning’, T Mag, July-August: 20-22.

FELSTEAD, A, Fuller, A, Jewson, N and Unwin, L (2009) ‘Changing the way we work’, Adults Learning, 20(10), June: 12-15.

FELSTEAD, A and Green, F (2008) ‘The skills premiership: where are we in the skills league?’, Britain Today: The State of the Nation, 2008, Swindon: Economic and Social Research Council.

FELSTEAD, A and Green, F (2007) ‘Work skills at work in Northern Ireland’, Northern Ireland Labour Market Bulletin, 21: 75-80.

Jewson, N and FELSTEAD, A (2000) ‘When work comes home: new ways of working and living’, Sociology Review, vol 10, no 1, September, 20-23.

FELSTEAD, A and Jewson, N (1999) ‘Domestic product’, People Management, 16 December, 34-36.

FELSTEAD, A, Burchell, B and Green, F (1998) ‘Insecurity at work: is it getting worse?’, New Economy, vol 5, issue 3, September, 180-184.

FELSTEAD, A, Green, F and Mayhew, K (1998) ‘Interpreting training statistics in Europe: issuing a health warning’, European Vocational Training Journal, number 14, May-August 1998, 62-69 (translated into French, German and Spanish).

FELSTEAD, A (1995) ‘Financement des programmes de formation par le gouvernement britannique: les résultants d’une politique de contrats’, Formation Emploi, no 51, julliet-septembre, 49-61.

FELSTEAD, A (1995) ‘Qualifications gaps between the sexes’, Training Tomorrow, vol 9, no 2, March/April, 25-26.

FELSTEAD, A and Jewson, N (1995) ‘Working at home: estimates from the 1991 Census’, Employment Gazette, vol 103, no 3, March, 95-99.

FELSTEAD, A (1995) ‘What are our competitors up to?, Training Tomorrow, vol 8, no 9, December/January, 19-20.

FELSTEAD, A, Maguire, S and Goodwin, J (1994) ‘Providing training in Leicestershire’, Leicester Economic Review, vol 2, no 3, 13-24.

FELSTEAD, A (1993) ‘Franchising’s European fortunes: opportunities for American franchisors’, The Franchise Disclosure, July.

FELSTEAD, A (1993) ‘Academics discuss franchise research’, Franchise World, March-April.

FELSTEAD, A (1990) ‘What’s in a franchise contract?’, Business Franchise Magazine, April-May 1990.

FELSTEAD, A (1990) ‘How do you measure up?’, Business Franchise Magazine, December 1989-January.

FELSTEAD, A (1986) ‘Extra entrants in the high street race’, Printing World, 6 October 1986.

FELSTEAD, A (1986) ‘Tackling instant success’, Printing World, 6 October 1986.

 

Published Research Reports

FELSTEAD, A (2011) ‘Patterns of under-utilization in the recession’, Skills in Focus, December, Glasgow: Skills Development Scotland. PDF. Further Information.

FELSTEAD, A (2009) ‘Getting fitter for the job: improving the quality of labour market information using individual-level surveys’, report for the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES), pp.36, PDF

FELSTEAD, A (2009) ‘Detaching work from place: charting the progress of change and its implications for learning’, Beyond Current Horizons Challenge Paper, a programme organized by the FutureLab and funded by the Department for Children, Families and Schools, the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills, and Foresight. PDF

FELSTEAD, A and Green, F (2008) Skills at Work in the East Midlands, 1997 to 2006, Nottingham: East Midlands Development Agency, pp.126. PDF

FELSTEAD, A and Green, F (2008) Skills at Work in Northern Ireland, 2006, Belfast: Department for Employment and Learning Northern Ireland, pp.96. PDF

FELSTEAD, A and Green, F (2008) Skills at Work in the Highlands and Islands, 2006, Inverness: Highlands and Islands Enterprise, pp.110. PDF

FELSTEAD, A and Green, F (2008) Skills at Work in Scotland, 1997 to 2006: Evidence from the Skills Surveys, Glasgow: Scottish Enterprise, pp.107. PDF 

FELSTEAD, A and Green, F (2008) Work Skills in Scotland: The Workers’ View – Summary of Research Produced for Futureskills Scotland, Glasgow: Scottish Enterprise, pp.48. PDF

FELSTEAD, A (2007) ‘How “smart” are Scottish jobs?  Summary evidence from the Skills Surveys, 1997-2006’, Futureskills Scotland Expert Briefing, pp.20. PDF

FELSTEAD, A, Fuller, A, Jewson, N, Unwin, L and Kakavelakis, K (2007) Learning, Communities and Performance: Evidence from the 2007 Communities of Practice Survey, Leicester: National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, pp.51.

Aldridge, F, Tuckett, A, FELSTEAD, A, Fuller, A, Jewson, N, Unwin, L and Kakavelakis, K (2007) Practice Makes Perfect, Leicester: National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, pp.12.

FELSTEAD, A, Gallie, D, Green, F and Zhou, Y (2007) Skills at Work in Britain, 1986 to 2006, Oxford: ESRC Centre on Skills, Knowledge and Organisational Performance, pp.192. PDF

Quinn, M and FELSTEAD, A (2005) Labour Market, Training and Age Profiles of the Asset Skills Sector Skills Council, Leicester: National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, pp.19.

Quinn, M and FELSTEAD, A (2005) Labour Market, Training and Age Profiles of the Construction Skills Sector Skills Council, Leicester: National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, pp.19.

Quinn, M and FELSTEAD, A (2005) Labour Market, Training and Age Profiles of the Improve Sector Skills Council, Leicester: National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, pp.19.

Quinn, M and FELSTEAD, A (2005) Labour Market, Training and Age Profiles of the Skillsmart Sector Skills Council, Leicester: National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, pp.19.

Quinn, M and FELSTEAD, A (2005) Labour Market, Training and Age Profiles of the Skills for Care and Development Aspirant Sector Skills Council, Leicester: National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, pp.19.

Quinn, M and FELSTEAD, A (2005) Labour Market, Training and Age Profiles of the People 1st Sector Skills Council, Leicester: National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, pp.19.

FELSTEAD, A (2005) ‘The geography of work skills: a focus on Wales’, Briefing Paper No 6 for the Rees Review, Cardiff: Welsh Assembly Government, pp.20.

FELSTEAD, A, Fuller, A, Unwin, L, Ashton, D, Butler, P and Lee, T (2004) Better Learning, Better Performance: Evidence from the 2004 Learning at Work Survey, Leicester: National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, pp.50.

Fuller, A, Ashton, D, FELSTEAD, A, Unwin, L, Walters, S and Quinn, M (2003) The Impact of Informal Learning at Work on Business Productivity, London: Department of Trade and Industry, pp.100.

FELSTEAD, A, Gallie, D and Green, F (2002) Work Skills in Britain, 1986-2001, London: Department for Education and Skills, pp.160. PDF

FELSTEAD, A and Unwin, L (1999) Funding Systems and their Impact on Skills, Department for Education and Employment Skills Task Force Research Paper No 11, September, London: DfEE, pp.59.

Ashton, D, Davies, B, FELSTEAD, A and Green, F (1999) Work Skills in Britain, Oxford: ESRC Centre on Skills, Knowledge and Organisational Performance, pp.159.

FELSTEAD, A (1998) Output-Related Funding in Vocational Education and Training – A Discussion Paper and Case Studies, Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, pp.70.

FELSTEAD, A, Green, F and Mayhew, K (1997) Getting the Measure of Training: A Report on Training Statistics in Britain, Leeds: Centre for Industrial Policy and Performance, pp.50.

FELSTEAD, A and Jewson, N (1996) Homeworkers in Britain , London: HMSO, pp.99.

FELSTEAD, A, Goodwin, J and Green, F (1995) Measuring Up to the National Training Targets: Women’s Attainment of Vocational Qualifications, Leicester: University of Leicester Centre for Labour Market Studies, p.127.

FELSTEAD, A, Ashton, D, Green, F and Sung, J (1994) International Study of Vocational Education and Training in Five Countries: France, the Federal Republic of Germany, Japan, Singapore and the United States, Leicester: University of Leicester Centre for Labour Market Studies, 1994, pp.248.

Maguire, M, Maguire, S and FELSTEAD, A (1993) Factors Influencing Individual Commitment to Lifetime Learning: A Literature Review, Employment Department Research Series Paper No 20, December 1993, Sheffield: Employment Department, pp.36.