Ms Jeanette Findlay

Jeanette Findlay
  • Senior Lecturer (Economics)

telephone: 01413304974
email: Jeanette.Findlay@glasgow.ac.uk


Research interests

Applied microeconomics: housing, football, regulation, volunteering and skills/learning

Biography

Jeanette joined Economics at Glasgow in 1987. She has held a range of posts and has degrees from the Universities of Strathclyde and Bristol.

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Jump to: 2014 | 2012 | 2009 | 2007 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2000 | 1999 | 1998 | 1996 | 1991
Number of items: 22.

2014

Findlay, J., Findlay, P., and Stewart, R. (2014) Occupational pay comparisons: Easier said than done? Employee Relations, 36 (1). pp. 2-16. ISSN 0142-5455 (doi:10.1108/ER-05-2013-0056)

2012

Findlay, J., Findlay, P., and Warhurst, C. (2012) What every worker wants? Evidence about employee demand for learning. British Educational Research Journal, 38 (3). pp. 515-532. ISSN 0141-1926 (doi:10.1080/01411926.2011.557421)

2009

Warhurst, C., Commander, J., Nickson, D., Symeonides, A., Furlong, A., Findlay, J., and Wilson, F. (2009) Higher and Further Education Students' Income, Expenditure and Debt in Scotland 2007-08. Project Report. Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

Findlay, P., Findlay, J., and Stewart, R. (2009) The consequences of caring: skills, regulation and reward among early years workers. Work, Employment and Society, 23 (3). pp. 422-441. ISSN 0950-0170 (doi:10.1177/0950017009337057)

2007

Findlay, J., Findlay, P., and Stewart, R. (2007) Child's play? Skills, regulation and reward amongst "early years" workers. In: Work, Employment and Society Conference, 12–14 Sept 2007, Aberdeen, UK.

Findlay, J., Findlay, P., and Warhurst, C. (2007) Estimating the Demand for Union-Led Learning in Scotland. Project Report. Scottish Trade Union Congress.

2005

Findlay, J. (2005) The Financing of Lifeline Ferry Services to the Clyde and Hebrides. Project Report. Scottish Trades Union Congress.

Findlay, J., and Findlay, P. (2005) Volunteering and organisational participation. In: Ermisch, J. and Wright, R.E. (eds.) Changing Scotland: Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey. Policy Press, Bristol, UK, pp. 277-296. ISBN 9781861345936

Findlay, J., and McIntyre, C. (2005) How scots live: housing and housing policy. In: Ermisch, J. and Wright, R.E. (eds.) Changing Scotland: Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey. Policy Press, Bristol, UK, pp. 83-94. ISBN 9781861345936

Findlay, P., Findlay, J., and Stewart, R. (2005) Nursery Nurses in Scotland 2005: A Report for Unison Scotland. Project Report. UNISON.

2004

Findlay, J. (2004) Financing the Scottish Water and Sewage Industry. Working Paper. Scottish Trades Union Congress, Glasgow.

2003

More, A., Findlay, J., Gibb, K., Kasparov, D., and Mills, C. (2003) Determined Differences: Rent Structures in Scottish Social Housing. Series: http://eleanor.lib.gla.ac.uk/record=b2109501 . Scottish Executive, Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780755935208

2002

Findlay, J., and Wright, R. (2002) Gender, poverty and the intra-household distribution of resources. In: Ghosh , B.N. and Chopra, P.K. (eds.) Gender and Development: Theory, History, Policy and Cases. Wisdom House, Leeds, UK. ISBN 9781842900451

Findlay, J., Stephens, M., and Houston, D. (2002) Subsidies and Rent Reform in the Social Rented Sector in Scotland 1991-1996. In: European Network for Housing Research Conference, Vienna, Austria. (Unpublished)

2000

Carr, P., Findlay, J., Hamil, S., Hill, J., and Morrow, S. (2000) The Celtic trust. In: Hamil, S., Michie, J., Oughton, C. and Warby, S. (eds.) Changing Face of the Football Business: Supporters Direct. Series: Sport in the global society . Frank Cass, London, UK, pp. 70-87. ISBN 9780714651361

Carr, P., Findlay, J., Hamil, S., Hill, J., and Morrow, S. (2000) The Celtic Trust. Soccer and Society, 1 (3). pp. 70-87. ISSN 1466-0970 (doi:10.1080/14660970008721285)

1999

Findlay, J., Holohan, W.L., and Oughton, C. (1999) Revenue sharing from broadcasting football: the need for league balance. In: Hamil, S., Michie, J. and Oughton, C. (eds.) A Game of Two Halves? The Business of Football. Mainstream Publishing, Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9781840182255

Findlay, J. (1999) Changing Housing Subsidies and Affordability 1991-1996. Project Report. Scottish Homes, Edinburgh.

1998

Findlay, J., and Gibb, K. (1998) The pricing of estate agency and conveyancing services in Scotland. Journal of Property Research, 15 (2). pp. 135-151.

1996

Findlay, J., and Wright, R.E. (1996) Gender, poverty and the intra-household distribution of resources. Review of Income and Wealth, 42 (3). pp. 335-351. ISSN 0034-6586 (doi:10.1111/j.1475-4991.1996.tb00186.x)

Findlay, J., Ermisch, J. F., and Gibb, K. (1996) The Price Elasticity of Housing Demand in Britain: Issues of Sample Selection. Journal of Housing Economics, 5 . pp. 64-86.

1991

Bell, D., Findlay, J., and Oughton, C. (1991) New Technology and Steel Production. Quarterly Economic Commentary (Fraser of Allander Institute), 17 (3). ISSN 0306-7866

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Number of items: 22.

Article

Findlay, J., Findlay, P., and Stewart, R. (2014) Occupational pay comparisons: Easier said than done? Employee Relations, 36 (1). pp. 2-16. ISSN 0142-5455 (doi:10.1108/ER-05-2013-0056)

Findlay, J., Findlay, P., and Warhurst, C. (2012) What every worker wants? Evidence about employee demand for learning. British Educational Research Journal, 38 (3). pp. 515-532. ISSN 0141-1926 (doi:10.1080/01411926.2011.557421)

Findlay, P., Findlay, J., and Stewart, R. (2009) The consequences of caring: skills, regulation and reward among early years workers. Work, Employment and Society, 23 (3). pp. 422-441. ISSN 0950-0170 (doi:10.1177/0950017009337057)

Carr, P., Findlay, J., Hamil, S., Hill, J., and Morrow, S. (2000) The Celtic Trust. Soccer and Society, 1 (3). pp. 70-87. ISSN 1466-0970 (doi:10.1080/14660970008721285)

Findlay, J., and Gibb, K. (1998) The pricing of estate agency and conveyancing services in Scotland. Journal of Property Research, 15 (2). pp. 135-151.

Findlay, J., and Wright, R.E. (1996) Gender, poverty and the intra-household distribution of resources. Review of Income and Wealth, 42 (3). pp. 335-351. ISSN 0034-6586 (doi:10.1111/j.1475-4991.1996.tb00186.x)

Findlay, J., Ermisch, J. F., and Gibb, K. (1996) The Price Elasticity of Housing Demand in Britain: Issues of Sample Selection. Journal of Housing Economics, 5 . pp. 64-86.

Bell, D., Findlay, J., and Oughton, C. (1991) New Technology and Steel Production. Quarterly Economic Commentary (Fraser of Allander Institute), 17 (3). ISSN 0306-7866

Book

More, A., Findlay, J., Gibb, K., Kasparov, D., and Mills, C. (2003) Determined Differences: Rent Structures in Scottish Social Housing. Series: http://eleanor.lib.gla.ac.uk/record=b2109501 . Scottish Executive, Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780755935208

Book Section

Findlay, J., and Findlay, P. (2005) Volunteering and organisational participation. In: Ermisch, J. and Wright, R.E. (eds.) Changing Scotland: Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey. Policy Press, Bristol, UK, pp. 277-296. ISBN 9781861345936

Findlay, J., and McIntyre, C. (2005) How scots live: housing and housing policy. In: Ermisch, J. and Wright, R.E. (eds.) Changing Scotland: Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey. Policy Press, Bristol, UK, pp. 83-94. ISBN 9781861345936

Findlay, J., and Wright, R. (2002) Gender, poverty and the intra-household distribution of resources. In: Ghosh , B.N. and Chopra, P.K. (eds.) Gender and Development: Theory, History, Policy and Cases. Wisdom House, Leeds, UK. ISBN 9781842900451

Carr, P., Findlay, J., Hamil, S., Hill, J., and Morrow, S. (2000) The Celtic trust. In: Hamil, S., Michie, J., Oughton, C. and Warby, S. (eds.) Changing Face of the Football Business: Supporters Direct. Series: Sport in the global society . Frank Cass, London, UK, pp. 70-87. ISBN 9780714651361

Findlay, J., Holohan, W.L., and Oughton, C. (1999) Revenue sharing from broadcasting football: the need for league balance. In: Hamil, S., Michie, J. and Oughton, C. (eds.) A Game of Two Halves? The Business of Football. Mainstream Publishing, Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9781840182255

Research Report or Paper

Warhurst, C., Commander, J., Nickson, D., Symeonides, A., Furlong, A., Findlay, J., and Wilson, F. (2009) Higher and Further Education Students' Income, Expenditure and Debt in Scotland 2007-08. Project Report. Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

Findlay, J., Findlay, P., and Warhurst, C. (2007) Estimating the Demand for Union-Led Learning in Scotland. Project Report. Scottish Trade Union Congress.

Findlay, J. (2005) The Financing of Lifeline Ferry Services to the Clyde and Hebrides. Project Report. Scottish Trades Union Congress.

Findlay, P., Findlay, J., and Stewart, R. (2005) Nursery Nurses in Scotland 2005: A Report for Unison Scotland. Project Report. UNISON.

Findlay, J. (2004) Financing the Scottish Water and Sewage Industry. Working Paper. Scottish Trades Union Congress, Glasgow.

Findlay, J. (1999) Changing Housing Subsidies and Affordability 1991-1996. Project Report. Scottish Homes, Edinburgh.

Conference Proceedings

Findlay, J., Findlay, P., and Stewart, R. (2007) Child's play? Skills, regulation and reward amongst "early years" workers. In: Work, Employment and Society Conference, 12–14 Sept 2007, Aberdeen, UK.

Findlay, J., Stephens, M., and Houston, D. (2002) Subsidies and Rent Reform in the Social Rented Sector in Scotland 1991-1996. In: European Network for Housing Research Conference, Vienna, Austria. (Unpublished)

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Current PhD students

Victor Ekpu

Thesis title: Bank characteristics and small business lending
Co-supervisor: Dr Alberto Paloni

Gabriele Franchi de'Cavalieri

Co-supervisor: Dr Alberto Paloni

Tobias Franz

Thesis Title: Poverty reduction and economic development in urban areas in Colombia – is the concept of a “local developmental state” a preferable, reasonable and achievable strategy?
Co-supervisor: Dr Alberto Paloni and Professor Dennis Rodgers (Urban Studies)

 

Undergraduate: The Economics of Team Sport; Government and the Economy; Microeconomic Analysis: Games and Industry, Economics of Business 2: Regulation and Business Strategy; Microeconomics to Economics 2B

Postgraduate: Gender, Rights and Development