Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Work (physics) and Mechanical engineering. His research on Work (physics) frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Employment contract. His Employment contract study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Mechanical engineering. His Power (physics) study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Quantum mechanics. His research on Quantum mechanics frequently links to adjacent areas such as Power (physics). He merges Public relations with Law in his research. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Law and Public relations via his papers. In most of his Programming language studies, his work intersects topics such as Ambiguity. His Palliative care study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Nursing.
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Fragmenting work: blurring organizational boundaries and disordering hierarchies
Mick Marchington;Damian Grimshaw;Jill Rubery;Hugh Willmott.
Research Papers in Economics (2004)
The Organisation of Employment: An International Perspective
J. Rubery;Damian Grimshaw.
Going Privately: Partnership and Outsourcing in UK Public Services
Damian Grimshaw;Steve Vincent;Hugh Willmott.
Public Administration (2002)
Modularity and innovation in knowledge intensive business services: IT outsourcing in Germany and the UK
Marcela Miozzo;Damian Grimshaw.
Research Policy (2005)
Managing Employment Change: The New Realities of Work
Huw Beynon;Damian Grimshaw;Jill Rubery;Kevin Ward.
PPPs and the changing public sector ethos: Case-study evidence from the health and local authority sectors
Gail Hebson;Damian Grimshaw;Mick Marchington.
Organisations and the Transformation of the Internal Labour Market
Damian Grimshaw;Kevin G. Ward;Jill Rubery;Huw Beynon.
Work, Employment & Society (2001)
How to Close the Gender Pay Gap in Europe: towards the gender mainstreaming of pay policy
Jill Rubery;Damian Grimshaw;Hugo Figueiredo.
Industrial Relations Journal (2005)
Undervaluing women's work
D. Grimshaw;J. Rubery.
Manchester`: EOC; 2007. Report No. 53. (2007)
Working Time, Industrial Relations and the Employment Relationship
Jill Rubery;Kevin Ward;Damian Grimshaw;Huw Beynon.
Time & Society (2005)
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