Mr Jonathan Payne
Lloyd, C., Mason, G., Osborne, M. and Payne, J. (2008) ‘It’s just the nature of the job at the end of the day’: pay and job quality in mass market call centres’, in C. Lloyd, G. Mason and K. Mayhew (eds) Low wage work in the UK, New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
Lloyd, C. and Payne, J. (2007) ‘Tackling the UK Skills Problem: Can Unions Make a Difference?’, in S. Shelley and M. Calveley (eds) Learning with Trade Unions: A Contemporary Agenda in Employment Relations, Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Limited.
Payne, J. and Keep, E. (2005) ‘Promoting Workplace Development: Lessons for UK Policy from Nordic Approaches to Job Redesign and the Quality of Working Life’, in B, Harley, J. Hyman and P. Thompson (eds) Participation and Democracy at Work: Essays in Honour of Harvey Ramsay, Basingstoke: Palgrave.
Lloyd, C. and Payne, J. (2004) ‘The political economy of skill: a theoretical approach to developing a high skills strategy in the UK’, in I. Grugulis, E. Keep and C. Warhurst (eds), The Skills That Matter, Basingstoke: Palgrave.
Keep, E. and Payne, J. (2004) ‘I can’t believe it’s not skill’: the changing meaning of skill in the UK context and some implications’, in G. Hayward and S. James (eds) Balancing the Skills Equation: key issues and challenges for policy and practice, Bristol: The Policy Press.
Lloyd, C. and Payne, J. (2003) ‘The political economy of skill: a theoretical approach to developing a high skills strategy in the UK, in C. Warhurst, I. Grugulis and E. Keep (eds), The Skills That Matter, Basingstoke: Palgrave.
Keep, E. and Payne, J. (2002) ‘Policy interventions for a vibrant work-based route – or when policy hits reality’s fan (again)’, in K. Evans, P. Hodkinson and L. Unwin (eds) Working to Learn: transforming learning in the workplace, London: Kogan Page.
Keep, E., Lloyd, C. and Payne, J. (2010) Skills policy and the displacement of industrial relations: The elephant in the corner?, in: T. Colling and M. Terry (eds.) Industrial Relations: Theory and Practice, pp. 398-421, Chichester: John Wiley and Sons
Refereed Journal Articles
Payne, J. (forthcoming 2010) Scoring opportunity or hospital pass? The changing role of local authorities in 14-19 education and training in England, Journal of Education Policy.
Lloyd, C. and Payne, J. (2009) ‘Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing’: interrogating the new skill concepts in service work – the view from two call centres, Work, Employment and Society, 24, 4, 617-634.
Payne, J. (2009) Divergent skills policy trajectories in England and Scotland after Leitch, Policy Studies, 30, 5, 473-494.
Payne, J. (2009) Emotional labour and skill: a reappraisal, Gender, Work and Organisation, 16, 3, 348-367.
Payne, J. (2008) Sector skills councils and employer engagement: delivering the employer-led skills agenda in England, Journal of Education and Work, 21, 2, 93-113.
Payne, J. (2008) Skills in context: what can the UK learn from Australia’s experiment with skill ecosystem projects?, Policy and Politics, 36, 3, 307-323.
Keep, E. Mayhew, K. andPayne, J. (2006) ‘From skills revolution to productivity miracle – not as easy as it sounds’, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 22, 4, 539-559.
Payne, J. (2006) ‘The Norwegian competence reform and the limits of lifelong learning’, International Journal of Lifelong Education, 25, 5, 477-505.
Lloyd, C. and Payne, J. (2006) ‘The high skills project and the limits of possibility: a response to Coffield’, Journal of Education Policy, 21, 4, 471-483.
Lloyd, C. and Payne, J. (2006) ‘Goodbye to all that? A critical re-evaluation of the role of the high-performance work organization within the UK skills debate’, Work, Employment and Society, 20, 1, 151-165.
Ackers, P. and Payne, J. (2005) ‘Avant la tempête: repenser le récit militant’, Histoires et Sociétés, 14, 51-64.
Lloyd, C. and Payne, J. (2005) ‘A vision too far? Mapping the space for a high skills project in the UK’, Journal of Education and Work, 18, 2, 167-187.
Payne, J. (2004) ‘Re-Evaluating the Finnish Workplace Development Programme: Evidence from Two projects in the Municipal Sector’, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 25, 4, 485-524.
Payne, J. and Keep, E. (2003) ‘Re-visiting the Nordic Approaches to Work Re-organisation and Job Redesign: Lessons for UK skills policy’, Policy Studies, 24, 4, 205-225.
Lloyd, C. and Payne, J. (2003) ‘What is the high skills society? Some reflections on current academic and policy debates in the UK’, Policy Studies, 34, 2/3, 115-133.
Lloyd, C. and Payne, J. (2003) ‘Forget birth pains, we haven’t got past the conception stage yet: A reply to Frank Coffield’, Journal of Education Policy, 15, 5, 563-568.
Lloyd, C. and Payne, J. (2003) ‘The political economy of skill and the limits of education policy’, Journal of Education Policy, 18, 1, 85-107.
Lloyd, C. and Payne, J. (2002) ‘On the political economy of skills: assessing the possibilities for a viable high skills project in the UK’, New Political Economy, 7, 3, 367-395.
Lloyd, C. and Payne, J. (2002) ‘Developing a Political Economy of Skill’, Journal of Education and Work, 15, 4, 365-390.
Payne, J. (2002) ‘Review Essay: Literacy and the Working Class’, Labour History Review, 67, 3, 365-373.
Payne, J. (2002) ‘Reconstructing Apprenticeship for the twenty-first century: lessons from Norway and the UK’, Research Papers in Education, 17, 3, 261-292.
Payne, J. (2002) ‘A Tale of Two Curriculums: putting the English and Norwegian curriculum models to the test of the high skills vision’, Journal of Education and Work, 15, 2, 117-143.
Ackers, P. and Payne, J. (2002) ‘Before the storm: the experience of nationalization and the prospects for industrial relations partnership in the British coal industry, 1947-1972 – rethinking the militant narrative’, Social History, 27, 2, 184-209.
Ackers, P. and Payne, J. (2000) ‘Through a Glass Darkly’: Deciphering the Colliery Consultative Minutes of the Nationalised British Coal Industry, 1947-74, Labour History Review, 65, 1, , 59-89.
Payne, J. (2000) ‘The unbearable lightness of skill: the changing meaning of skill in UK policy discourses and some implications for education and training’, Journal of Education Policy, 15, 3, 353-369.
Ackers, P. and Payne, J. (1998) ‘British Trade Unions and Social Partnership: Rhetoric, Reality and Strategy’, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 9, 3, 529-550.
Delbridge, R., Edwards, P., Forth, J., Miskell, P. and Payne, J. (2006) The Organisation of Productivity: Re-thinking skills and work organisation: an AIM report, London: Advanced Institute of Management.