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Golo Henseke
Golo Henseke
Associate Professor, IOE, UCL's Faculty of Education and Society
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Assessing the growth of remote working and its consequences for effort, well‐being and work‐life balance
A Felstead, G Henseke
New Technology, Work and Employment 32 (3), 195-212, 2017
11922017
Should governments of OECD countries worry about graduate underemployment?
F Green, G Henseke
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 32 (4), 514-537, 2016
1442016
The changing graduate labour market: analysis using a new indicator of graduate jobs
F Green, G Henseke
IZA Journal of Labor Policy 5 (14), 1-25, 2016
1102016
The determinants of skills use and work pressure: A longitudinal analysis
A Felstead, D Gallie, F Green, G Henseke
Economic and Industrial Democracy 40 (3), 730-754, 2019
702019
Working still harder
F Green, A Felstead, D Gallie, G Henseke
ILR Review 75 (2), 458-487, 2022
662022
Good jobs, good pay, better health? The effects of job quality on health among older European workers
G Henseke
The European Journal of Health Economics 19 (1), 59-73, 2018
652018
Europe’s evolving graduate labour markets: supply, demand, underemployment and pay
F Green, G Henseke
Journal for Labour Market Research 55 (1), 2, 2021
622021
The implications of direct participation for organisational commitment, job satisfaction and affective psychological well‐being: a longitudinal analysis
D Gallie, Y Zhou, A Felstead, F Green, G Henseke
Industrial Relations Journal 48 (2), 174-191, 2017
502017
Skills and work organisation in Britain: a quarter century of change
F Green, A Felstead, D Gallie, G Henseke
Journal for Labour Market Research 49 (2), 121-132, 2016
482016
Private schooling and labour market outcomes
F Green, G Henseke, A Vignoles
British Educational Research Journal 43 (1), 7-28, 2017
472017
Conceiving, designing and trailing a short‐form measure of job quality: A proof‐of‐concept study
A Felstead, D Gallie, F Green, G Henseke
Industrial Relations Journal 50 (1), 2-19, 2019
462019
Work intensity in Britain: First findings from the Skills and Employment Survey 2017
F Green, A Felstead, D Gallie, G Henseke
Centre for Learning and Life Chances in Knowledge Economies and Societies …, 2018
45*2018
Who chooses private schooling in Britain and why?
F Green, J Anders, M Henderson, G Henseke
Centre for Learning and Life Chances in Knowledge Economies and Societies …, 2017
422017
Private schooling, subject choice, upper secondary attainment and progression to university
M Henderson, J Anders, F Green, G Henseke
Oxford Review of Education 46 (3), 295-312, 2020
392020
Graduates and'graduate jobs' in Europe: A picture of growth and diversification
F Green, G Henseke
Centre for Global Higher Education, 2017
392017
Determinants of private school participation: All about the money?
J Anders, F Green, M Henderson, G Henseke
British Educational Research Journal 46 (5), 967-992, 2020
322020
Demographic change and industry-specific innovation patterns in Germany
G Henseke, T Tivig
Labour Markets and Demographic Change, 122-136, 2009
322009
Social inequalities in young people's mental distress during the COVID-19 pandemic: do psychosocial resource factors matter?
I Schoon, G Henseke
Frontiers in public health 10, 820270, 2022
312022
Unpredictable times: the extent, characteristics and correlates of insecure hours of work in Britain
A Felstead, D Gallie, F Green, G Henseke
Industrial Relations Journal 51 (1-2), 34-57, 2020
312020
Getting the measure of employee‐driven innovation and its workplace correlates
A Felstead, D Gallie, F Green, G Henseke
British Journal of Industrial Relations 58 (4), 904-935, 2020
212020
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