Colin C. Williams, Sara Nadin, Peter Rodgers, John Round and Jan Windebank
Colin C. Williams
Professor Colin C Williams is Professor of Public Policy in the Management School at the University of Sheffield. His research interests are in re-theorising the informal economy and evaluating different policy approaches towards this sphere. Recent books include Informal Work in Developed Nations (2010, Routledge) and Re-thinking the Future of Work (2007, Palgrave-Macmillan).
Dr Sara Nadin is Lecturer in Human Resource Management in the Management School at the University of Sheffield. Her research interests are in theorising the relations between employees and employers, especially the psychological contracts.
Dr Peter Rodgers is ESRC Conversion Fellow in the Management School at the University of Sheffield. His research interests are in rethinking the economic and transition in post-socialist societies.
John Round is a Lecturer in Social Geography in the School of Geographical Sciences at the University of Birmingham. His interests are in the social and economic transformation of post-socialist societies.
Professor Jan Windebank is Professor of European Societies in the Centre for European Gender Studies at the University of Sheffield. Her interests are in representations of work and gender divisions of domestic labour.