PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

Inanc, H. and Ozcan, B.  (2016). "Gender, family and academic careers in Turkey."  Advances in Life Course Research.

Gallie, D., Felstead, A., Green, F. and Inanc, H. (2016). "The hidden face of job insecurity." Work, Employment and Society.

Inanc, H., Zhou, Y., Gallie, D., Felstead, A. and Green, F. (2015). Direct participation and employee learning at workWork and Occupations. DOI: 10.1177/0730888415580650

Inanc, H. (2015). Unemployment and the timing of parenthood: The implications of partnership status and partners’ employmentDemographic Research. 32(7):219-250.  DOI:10.4054/DemRes.2015.32.7

Green, F., Felstead, A., Gallie, D., Inanc, H. and Jewson, N. (2015) "The declining volume of workers’ training in Britain." British Journal of Industrial Relations. DOI: 10.1111/bjir.12130

Felstead, A., Gallie, D., Green, F. and Inanc, H. (2015) Fits, misfits and interactions: learning at work, job satisfaction and job related well-beingHuman Resource Management Journal. doi:10.1111/1748-8583.1271

Green, F., Felstead, A., Gallie, D. and Inanc, H. (2014). Job-related well-being through the great recession. Journal of Happiness Studies. DOI:10.1007/s10902-014-9600-x

Gallie, D., Felstead, A., Green, F., and Inanc, H. (2014). The quality of work in Britain over the economic crisis. International Review of Sociology, 24(2):207-224. DOI:10.1080/03906701.2014.933023

BOOK CHAPTERS

Inanc, H. (2015) “Temporary work and job quality" in Unequal Britain at Workeds. Francis Green, Duncan Gallie and Alan Felstead. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Gash, V. and Inanc, H. (2013) “Job insecurity and the peripheral workforce” in Economic Crisis, Quality of Work and Social Integrationed.Duncan Gallie. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

WORKING PAPERS

Inanc, H. “Unemployment, temporary work and subjective well-being: the gendered effect of spousal labour market insecurity.” (Resubmitted to American Sociological Review, manuscript available)

Inanc H. and Kalleberg, A. Institutions and changing employment relations: Country differences in insecurity and subjective well-being in Europe. (manuscript available)

Inanc, H. "Measuring of job quality: Comparability of international cross-sectional survey data."

CONTRIBUTION TO OECD PUBLICATIONS

Nieto Parra, S., Vazquez, J. and Inanc, H. (2015) Towards greater well-being and stronger development in Peru”, Multi-dimensionalCountry Review of Peru: Volume 1: An Initial AssessmentOECD Publishing. 

Inanc, H. and Vazquez, J. (2015) Social Inclusion and Sustainable Development in Peru, Multi-dimensionalCountry Review of Peru: Volume 1: An Initial AssessmentOECD Publishing. 

Hijzen, A., Saint-Martin, A., Inanc, H., Falco, P., and Menyhert, B. (2014) “How good is your job? Measuring and assessing job quality,” OECD Employment Outlook 2014, OECD Publishing. 

DATASETS

OECD Inventory for the Quality of Working Environment, 2015 

The Skills and Employment Surveys Series Dataset, 1986, 1992, 1997, 2001, 2006 and 2012 

European Social Survey Family, Work and Well-being Modules Combined File, 2012

Turkish Academic Career Survey, 2007