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Research Profile

Mr Steve Davies 


    • As Principal Investigator:
    • Employment implications of Scottish independence for civil servants and their union  (funded by PCS)
    • Impact of the austerity programme on the UK public library service (funded by UNISON)
    • Mutuals as a vehicle for public services (funded by UNISON)
    • People’s Inquiry into the Public Library Service (funded by UNISON)
    • Fairness for cleaners and clean hospitals (funded by UNISON)
    • Hedge funds: what they mean for trade unions (funded by UNI Global Union)
    • Apprenticeships and skills needs in the UK construction sector (funded by UCATT)
    • The future of the UK Library Service (funded by UNISON UK)
    • Organising around global sports mega-events (sponsored by ILO)
    • Sovereign Wealth Funds (funded by UNI Global Union)
    • Third sector provision of services in local government and health (funded by UNISON UK)
    • Union Learning Reps and education and training provision in BT (funded by Connect)
    • Third sector provision of employment services (funded by Public and Commercial Services Union, PCS)
    • Profits, pay and jobs in finance multinationals (funded by UNI Finance)
    • Contracting out of school meals (funded by UNISON UK)
    • Hospital cleaning and infection control (funded by UNISON UK)
    • Hospital cleaning in NHS Wales (funded by UNISON Cymru)
    • Local costs of living and national pay rates in the NHS (funded by UNISON Cardiff & Vale NHS)
    • CEO pay in multinational banks (funded by UNI Finance)
    • Equal pay in Welsh local government (funded by UNISON Cymru/Wales)

     

    • Research Team Member:
    • Equal Opportunities and Diversity in the European electricity industry. Commissioned by the Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee of the European electricity industry and funded by the European Commission.
    • Skills needs in the European electricity industry. Commissioned by the Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee of the European electricity industry and funded by the European Commission.
    • Developing the Cyber Picket Line's World Trade Union Directory web site into an online database and building an online Global Political Economy reference database. Project funded by CSAP.
    • Monitoring supply-side corruption in the UK across the public-private interface focusing on the construction, defence, education, water, energy and waste sectors (funded by Rowntree)