go Creativity and precarity, from New Labour to Alt-Labour. Work, Employment & Society (in press) pdf

go to site Beyond the Fragment: Postoperaismo, postcapitalism and Marx’s ‘Notes on Machines’ 45 years on. Economy & Society (in press) linkpdf

http://www.fordbaris.com/?jiiias=ikili-opsiyon-nas%C4%B1l-oynan%C4%B1r&ff2=84 Speenhamland, automation and the basic income: A lesson from history? Renewal (in press, with Lorena Lombardozzi and Neil Warner) linkpdf

watch Creative labour, before and after ‘going freelance’: Contextual factors and coalition-building practices. The ‘new normal’ of working lives: critical studies in contemporary work and employment (in press) link | pdf

http://sumarplant.ro/franciye/8 Postcapitalism, Basic Income and the End of Work: A Critique and Alternative. Bath Papers in International Development and Wellbeing link | pdf

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go here Beyond Basic Income: Overcoming the Crisis of Social Democracy? Brussels: Foundation of European Progressive Studies (2017, with Lorena Lombardozzi and Neil Warner) link | pdf

source url Perspectives for Open Labour: A Politics of Radical Pessimism. Open Labour (2017, with Paul Thompson) link | pdf

source url Capital as Power in the Creative Industries: A Case Study of Freelance Creative Work in the Netherlands. Working Papers on Capital as Power (2016) link | pdf

Rhythms of Creativity and Power in Freelance Creative Work. Virtual Workers and the Global Labour Market (2016) link | pdf

A Crisis of Measurability? Critiquing Post-Operaismo on Labour, Value and the Basic Income. Capital and Class (2016) link | pdf

Beyond the Fragment: The Postoperaist Reception of Marx’s Fragment on Machines and its Relevance Today. University of Bristol School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies Working Paper Series (2016) link | pdf

The rational kernel of Osbornomics? Labour can liberate the National Living Wage. Social Europe (2016) link | pdf

Can Corbynism claim the centre ground? Open Democracy (2016) link | pdf

Popular delusions: Corbynism constructs its people. Open Democracy (2016) link | pdf

Corbynism changes the centre, but can it convert it? Disclaimer Mag (2016) link | pdf

A post-work economy of robots and machines is a bad utopia for the left. The Conversation (2016, with Ana Dinerstein and Graham Taylor) link | pdf

Promoting Labour Rights and Social Protection in Post-Crisis Europe. Brussels: Foundation of European Progressive Studies (2016, with Alex Adranghi, Pedro Cardoso, Isil Erdinc, Richard Penny and Piotr Plewa) link | pdf

Always Be Closing: Experiencing and theorizing time and wage in a UK call center. Tamara: Journal of Critical Organization Inquiry(2016) link | pdf

Talking on the clock: Bristol’s ‘new factories’. The Bristol Cable (2016) link | pdf

‘Flexibility works both ways’: Bristol’s zero-hours lifestyles. The Bristol Cable (2016) link | pdf

The critique of political economy as a critical social theory. Capital & Class (2015) link | pdf

Review of Matthews & Smith Maguire, Cultural Intermediaries Reader. Cultural Trends (2015) link | pdf

Form-giving fire: creative industries as Marx’s ‘work of combustion’ and the distinction between productive and unproductive labour. Reconsidering Value and Labour in the Digital Age (2015) link | pdf

Creative Industries, Value Theory and Michael Heinrich’s New Reading of Marx. tripleC: Communication, Capitalism and Critique (2015) link | pdf

Five more years of this: Introduction to a post-election symposium. Tor: The Open Review of the Social Sciences (2015) link | pdf

Review of Shipp & Fried, Time and Work. Time & Society (2015) link | pdf

A hidden history: defining and specifying the role of the creative industries. Creative Industries Journal, (2015) link | pdf

Review of Paul Mason, Postcapitalism. Marx & Philosophy Review of Books (2015) link | pdf

The critique of the equation and the phenomenology of production. Historical Materialism (2015) link | pdf

Review of Christian Lotz, The Capitalist Schema: Time, Money and the Culture of Abstraction. Marx & Philosophy Review of Books(2015) link | pdf

Normalisation, exclusion, commensuration: work, economics and the possibilities of political economy. (2015) link | pdf

Creativity and the Commodity in the Automobile Industry. International Journal of Cultural and Creative Industries (2015) link | pdf

Follow the money? Value theory & social inquiry. Ephemera: theory & politics in organization (2014) link | pdf

Precariousness & the ‘end of salarization’ in the informational society. Lo Squaderno (2014) link | pdf

To know whether we face a new dot com bubble, look at how we work and consume. The Conversation. (2014) link | pdf

Time crisis: autonomist thought, the immaterial working day and the Dot.Com boom and bust. Sociologia Del Lavoro (2014) link | pdf

Review of Banks, Gill & Taylor, Theorizing Cultural Work: Labour, continuity and change in the cultural and creative industries. Cultural Trends (2014) link | pdf

Labour-time in the Dot.Com bubble: Marxist approaches. Fast Capitalism (2014) link | pdf

Review of Kathi Weeks, Problem with Work. Work, Employment & Society (2014) link | pdf

‘A science to it’: flexible time and flexible subjectivity in the digital workplace. Work, Organisation, Labour and Globalisation (2013) link | pdf

Is Tower Hamlets Rich or Poor? Part 2: The economy, skills and opportunities. (2013, with Tower Hamlets Fairness Commission) link | pdf

Is Tower Hamlets Rich or Poor? Part 1: Poverty, income and employment. (2013, with Tower Hamlets Fairness Commission) link | pdf

The Political Agenda of the International Trade Union Movement (2012, with Global Labour Institute) link | pdf