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Caroline Lloyd

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Ysgol y Gwyddorau Cymdeithasol

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I teach and research in the field of work and employment. My main research interests explore the relationships between product markets, labour markets, work organisation and skill. I have published widely on issues related to the political economy of skill and the causes and consequences of low wage work, including co-editing Low-Wage Work in the United Kingdom (Russell Sage Foundation) in 2008. My current research is a comparative study of work organisation in the service sector; Skills in the Age of Overqualification: Comparing Service Sector Work in Europe (with Jonathan Payne) was published by Oxford University Press in 2016.

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Published by OUP October 2016

Skills in the Age of Over-Qualification: Comparing Service Sector Work in Europe

Caroline Lloyd and Jonathan Payne

 

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Ymchwil

  • The political economy of skill
  • The relationship between product markets, labour markets, work organisation and skills.
  • Low waged work in Europe
  • Skills policy
  • Workplace industrial relations

Addysgu

Current teaching

  • Director, MSc Skills and Workforce Development
  • Convenor: Undergraduate module: Inequality and the Division of Labour
  • Convenor: MSc module: Workforce Development Policy and Competitiveness

Supervision

I welcome PhD applications from students with an interest in the field of work, labour markets and skills. Key research areas are:

  • Low wage work
  • Progression in the labour market
  • International comparative research (particularly France, Norway, Germany, USA, Australia, Singapore, UK)
  • Quality of work
  • Work organisation and skill utilisation
  • Skills policy
  • Trade unions and the regulation of the labour market

Bywgraffiad

Caroline joined Cardiff University in 2006 when the ESRC centre on Skills, Knowledge and Organisational Performance (SKOPE) transferred from the University of Warwick.  She is currently a professor in the School of Social Sciences and an associate research fellow at SKOPE, University of Oxford.  Her previous posts at Warwick included Warwick Research Fellow, ESRC management research fellow, lecturer and senior lecturer in industrial relations.

Aelodaethau proffesiynol

  • Aelod o Gymdeithas Cysylltiadau Diwydiannol Prifysgolion Prydain
  • Golygydd Cyswllt y Cyfnodolyn Cysylltiadau Diwydiannol
  • Bwrdd Golygyddol: Technoleg Newydd, Gwaith a Chyflogaeth

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Arolygiaeth

Rwy'n croesawu ceisiadau PhD gan fyfyrwyr sydd â diddordeb ym maes gwaith, marchnadoedd llafur a sgiliau. Y meysydd ymchwil allweddol yw:

  • Technolegau digidol
  • Gwaith cyflog isel
  • Cynnydd yn y farchnad lafur
  • Ymchwil gymharol rhyngwladol (yn enwedig Ffrainc, Norwy, yr Almaen, UDA, Awstralia, Singapore, y DU)
  • Ansawdd y gwaith
  • Sefydliad gwaith a defnyddio sgiliau
  • Polisi sgiliau
  • Undebau llafur a rheoleiddio'r farchnad lafur

Myfyrwyr presennol

Dywedodd Shadi "Archwilio a phrofi modelau damcaniaethol i egluro derbyn 'robotiaid' sotware mewn gofal iechyd'

Chloe Reid  'Dysgu i Weithio? Ymgysylltu â chyflogwyr gydag ysgolion uwchradd a'i effaith ar ddyheadau pobl ifanc a thrawsnewidiadau ôl-16 yng Nghymru'

Anne Reardon-James 'Safbwyntiau ar effeithiolrwydd hyfforddiant sgiliau hanfodol yn y gweithle yn SE Cymru'

Francisco Pando Junco 'Trin Mater Awtomeiddio Llafur o Safbwynt Marcsaidd'

Gareth Downey yn 'hyder cyflogwyr' mewn cymwysterau galwedigaethol a'r system gymwysterau galwedigaethol yng Nghymru'

Goruchwyliaeth gyfredol

Anne Reardon-james

Anne Reardon-james

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