His primary scientific interests are in Labour economics, Economic growth, Job security, Affect and Workforce. His Labour economics study incorporates themes from Job attitude, Convergence and Unemployment. His studies examine the connections between Unemployment and genetics, as well as such issues in Social protection, with regards to Welfare.
His Economic growth study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Economic geography, Deskilling, Demographic economics and Economic sociology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Quality, Operations management and Job control in addition to Job security. His research integrates issues of Employment contract, Turnover, Absenteeism and Flexibility in his study of Workforce.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Labour economics, Discretion, Demographic economics, Unemployment and Welfare. His Labour economics study combines topics in areas such as Technological change, Workforce and Job quality. Duncan Gallie has included themes like Work Intensity and Training in his Workforce study.
His Demographic economics research includes themes of Economic growth, Job satisfaction, Enthusiasm and Operations management. His work in Unemployment tackles topics such as Social change which are related to areas like Development economics. His research investigates the connection between Task and topics such as Job control that intersect with issues in Optimal distinctiveness theory.
His primary areas of investigation include Labour economics, Demographic economics, Measure, Job quality and Productivity. Duncan Gallie merges Labour economics with Autonomy in his study. His Demographic economics research incorporates themes from Job loss and Enthusiasm.
Duncan Gallie has researched Productivity in several fields, including Performance management and Worker motivation. His research in Affect intersects with topics in Workforce, Personnel psychology and Human resource management. In Workforce, Duncan Gallie works on issues like Public relations, which are connected to Task.
Labour economics, Demographic economics, Job quality, Knowledge economy and Technological change are his primary areas of study. His Labour economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of State, Quality of work, Affect and Job design. He regularly links together related areas like Quality in his Demographic economics studies.
His Knowledge economy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Work values, Positive economics, Social environment and Scope. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Technical change and Work organisation. His studies deal with areas such as Multivariate analysis, Task, Workforce and Operations management as well as Job satisfaction.
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Restructuring the Employment Relationship
Duncan Gallie;Michael White;Yuan Cheng;Mark Tomlinson.
Research Papers in Economics (1998)
Welfare regimes and the experience of unemployment in Europe
Duncan Gallie;Serge Paugam.
Skills at work in Britain, 1986 to 2006
Alan Felstead;Duncan Gallie;Francis Green;Ying Zhou.
Work skills in Britain, 1986-2001
Alan Felstead;Duncan Gallie;Francis Green.
Employment Regimes and the Quality of Work
Social Change and the Experience of Unemployment
Duncan Gallie;Catherine Marsh;Carolyn M. Vogler.
Research Papers in Economics (1994)
In search of the new working class : automation and social integration within the capitalist enterprise
Robert H. Guest;Duncan Gallie.
Contemporary Sociology (1979)
The Quality of Working Life: Is Scandinavia Different?
European Sociological Review (2003)
Patterns of Skill Change: Upskilling, Deskilling or the Polarization of Skills?:
Work, Employment & Society (1991)
Social Inequality and Class Radicalism in France and Britain
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