The Centre houses an active doctoral programme. Students are integrated into all activities of CERIC and participate in workshops, teaching, and research. There is an annual doctoral conference, and students submit their work to leading academic journals and conferences.
The date for the next CERIC Doctoral Conference is: 8th May, 2013.
The full programme can be downloaded HERE.
CERIC encourages applications for doctoral study in its core themes of interest. Where appropriate, members will work with applicants to identify funding opportunities and prepare applications. Interested applicants should contact staff at the start of each calendar year.
For more information on programmes and entry requirements please see: lubswww.leeds.ac.uk/researchProgs/index.php
Recently completed PhD projects
Hugh Cook (2013) 'The Reality of a ‘High Performance Work System’: Internal and External Vulnerabilities '. Supervised by Chris Forde and Robert MacKenzie. (ESRC Funded)
Hadi El Farr (2012), 'HRM and knowledge management: a case study of the management consultancy sector'. Supervised by Ian Kirkpatrick & Chris Forde.
Christiana Ierodiakonou (2012) 'The work-family choices of women in Cyprus: An international approach'. Supervised by Jean Gardiner & Jennifer Tomlinson.
Alison Lewis (2012), 'Human Resource Outsourcing: Implications for a new breed of business partner'. Supervised by Ian Kirkpatrick & Mark Stuart. (ESRC Funded).
Charles Umney (2012) 'The western labour movement’s responses to economic liberalisation in China'. Supervised by Mark Stuart & Ian Greer. (ESRC funded).
Emma Roberts (2011) 'The customisation of working patterns: the impact and limitation of Agency in the work-care projects of employees'. Supervised by Jean Gardiner, Nicky Shaw and Jenny Tomlinson.
Ian Greenwood (2009), 'The process and consequences of industrial restructuring and plant closure: a case study from the UK steel industry', supervised by Mark Stuart & Phil Hodkinson.
Antonios Panagiotakopoulos (2009), 'An empirical investigation of employee training and development in Greek manufacturing small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)', supervised by Mark Stuart & Chris Forde.
Khalid Al-Horr (2009), 'Political contingency and the implementation of localisation policies: a case study of Oil and Gas sector in Qatar', supervised by Chris Forde & Rob Mackenzie.
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