Agnieszka Piasna
Agnieszka Piasna
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The quality of employment and decent work: definitions, methodologies, and ongoing debates
B Burchell, K Sehnbruch, A Piasna, N Agloni
Cambridge journal of economics 38 (2), 459-477, 2014
2502014
Human development and decent work: why some concepts succeed and others fail to make an impact
K Sehnbruch, B Burchell, N Agloni, A Piasna
Development and Change 46 (2), 197-224, 2015
712015
Work in the platform economy: Beyond lower transaction costs
J Drahokoupil, A Piasna
Intereconomics 52 (6), 335-340, 2017
572017
Work in the platform economy: Deliveroo riders in Belgium and the SMart arrangement
J Drahokoupil, A Piasna
ETUI Research Paper-Working Paper, 2019
432019
Scheduled to work hard: The relationship between non‐standard working hours and work intensity among European workers (2005–2015)
A Piasna
Human Resource Management Journal 28 (1), 167-181, 2018
372018
‘Bad jobs’ recovery? European Job Quality Index 2005-2015
A Piasna
Recovery, 2005
372005
The why and how of working time reduction
S De Spiegelaere, A Piasna
European Trade Union Institute, 2017
362017
Myths of employment deregulation: how it neither creates jobs nor reduces labour market segmentation
A Piasna, M Myant
ETUI, 2017
342017
Gender inequalities in the new world of work
A Piasna, J Drahokoupil
Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research 23 (3), 313-332, 2017
332017
Unemployment, internal devaluation and labour market deregulation in Europe
M Myant, S Theodoropoulou, A Piasna
European Trade Union Institute (ETUI), 2016
322016
The silent and crawling crisis: international competition, labour market reforms and precarious jobs in Poland
M Maciejewska, A Mrozowicki, A Piasna
Unemployment, internal devaluation and labour market deregulation in Europe …, 2016
322016
Labour market segmentation and the EU reform agenda: developing alternatives to the mainstream
J Rubery, A Piasna
ETUI Research Paper-Working paer, 2016
312016
Women, men and working conditions in Europe
M Smith, A Piasna, B Burchell, J Rubery, A Rafferty, J Rose, L Carter
Eurofound, 2013
232013
‘Algorithm breakers’ are not a different ‘species’: attitudes towards trade unions of Deliveroo riders in Belgium
K Vandaele, A Piasna, J Drahokoupil
Are not a Different ‘Species’: Attitudes Towards Trade Unions of Deliveroo …, 2019
212019
Participatory HRM practices and job quality of vulnerable workers
A Piasna, M Smith, J Rose, J Rubery, B Burchell, A Rafferty
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (22), 4094-4115, 2013
212013
Why have some countries become more unemployed than others? An investigation of changes in unemployment in EU member states since 2008
M Myant, A Piasna
ETUI Working Paper 2014.07, 2014
19*2014
The quality of employment in the academic literature: Definitions, methodologies, and ongoing debates
B Burchell, K Sehnbruch, A Piasna, N Agloni
Centre for new development thinking; Working papers, 2012
192012
“Thou shalt work hard”: Fragmented working hours and work intensification across the EU
A Piasna
Forum Socjologiczne 1, 77-89, 2016
182016
Job quality: conceptual and methodological challenges for comparative analysis
A Piasna, B Burchell, K Sehnbruch, N Agloni
Making Work More Equal: A New Labour Market Segmentation Approach …, 2017
152017
Women’s job quality across family life stages: an analysis of female employees across 27 European countries
A Piasna, A Plagnol
Social Indicators Research 139 (3), 1065-1084, 2018
142018
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