M.Phil, 'An Evaluation of Employee Participation in Occupational Safety', CNAA, 1980.
BA (Hons) Business Studies, Upper Second, CNAA, 1976
Six PhDs supervised to completion. At present engaged in supervising three students, two as Director of Studies.
External examinations of doctorates have been undertaken at City, Kent, Teeside, Manchester, Warwick, Bath, Kent, Strathclyde and Cardiff universities, as well as the University of New South Wales.
Lapworth, Louisa and James, Philip and Wylie, Nick (2017) Examining public service motivation in the voluntary sector: implications for public management. Public Management Review . ISSN 1471-9037 (Accepted/In press)
James, Philip and Miles, Lilian and Croucher, Richard and Houssart, Mark (2017) Regulating factory safety in the Bangladeshi garment industry. Regulation & Governance . ISSN 1748-5991 (Accepted/In press)
Mitchell, Ivan and James, Philip (2017) Outsourcing transitions and the employment relationship implications. Human Resource Management Journal . ISSN 0954-5395 (Published online first)
James, Philip and Walters, David (2016) Health and safety at work: time for change. Other. Institute of Employment Rights, Liverpool.
James, Philip (2016) Protecting life and death under the coalition. In: Employment Relations under Coalition Government. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9781138887008
2009-2011: 'The role of supply chains in influencing health and safety management in three sectors', joint project with D. Walters, funded by Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, £125,000.
2008-2009: 'Supply chains and their health and safety implications', joint project with D. Walters (Cardiff University), funded by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, £64,000.
2006: 'False economy? The costs of contracting and workforce insecurity in the voluntary sector', joint project with I. Cunningham, funded by Unison, £12,741.
2005: 'Directors responsibilities for health and safety', funded by the Health and Safety Executive, £15,000.
2001-2003: 'Perceptions of health and safety in small ethnic firms', joint project with D. Smallbone and I. Vickers, funded by the Health and Safety Executive, £96,000.
2001- 2002: 'Job retention and vocational rehabilitation', joint project with P. Dibben and I. Cunningham, funded by the Health and Safety Executive, £51,386.
2001: 'Review of attendance management in H.M. Prison Service', H.M. Prison Service, £11,000.
2000-2001: 'Employers and the job retention of ill and injured workers: a study of recent Dutch initiatives', Nuffield Foundation, £2,584.
1999-2000: 'Meeting the skills and training needs of small printing fims', collaborator in project led by D. Smallbone, funded by European Social Fund, £91,245.
1999: 'Costs and Benefits of TUC affiliation', Royal College of Midwives, £5,000.
1999 'Employers and the management of long-term sickness', Joseph Rowntree Foundation, £4,500.
1997- 1999: 'Corporate environmental policies: Use, implementation and evaluation', joint project with A. Ghobadian, S. Homewood, D. Holt and H. Viney, funded by MUBS incentive grant, £40,000.
1997 - 1999: 'Absence and return to work', joint project with I. Cunningham, funded by NFFR grant, £31,000.
1996 - 1997: 'Health and safety management and workforce involvement in the NHS', project with A. Kyprianou, funded by Middlesex University Business School (MUBS) small research grant, £1,200.
1995 -1996: 'Survey of corporate environmental policies', joint project with A. Ghobadian, funded by Industrial Relations Services, £2,800.
1995: 'Joint management-union training activity in the US auto industry', funded by Nuffield Foundation Small Grant, £2,500.
1994 -1996: 'The implementation of total quality management', joint project with A. Ghobadian and J. Liu, funded by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), £15,000.
1994 - 1988: 'Corporate strategies in the privatised electricity industry', joint project with A. Ghobadian, funded through HEFC funds, £33,000.
1992 - 1994: 'The impact of privatisation on business strategy and human resource management in the Electricity Supply industry', joint project with R. Brennan, funded by Middlesex University Small Grant, £800.
1990 - 1991: 'The implementation of flexibility agreements in manufacturing industry', funded by Middlesex University Small Grant, £500.