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An introduction to employer engagement in the field of HRM. Blending social policy and HRM research in promoting vulnerable groups’ labour market participation.

van Berkel, R., Ingold, J., McGurk, P., Boselie, P., & Bredgaard, T. (2017) Human Resource Management Journal, 27(4), 503-513.

Predicting employee attitudes to workplace diversity from personality, values, and cognitive ability.

Anglim, J., Sojo, V., Ashford, L. J., Newman, A., & Marty, A. (2019) Journal of Research in Personality, 83, 1-14.

How do immigrant family businesses achieve global expansion? An embeddedness perspective.

Chavan, M., Chirico, F., Taksa, L., & Alam, M. A. (2022) Academy of Management Discoveries, 1-61.

English skills and early labour market integration: Evidence from humanitarian migrants in Australia.

Cheng, Z., Wang, B. Z., Jiang, Z., Taksa, L., & Tani, M. (2021) International Migration, 1-21.

Supporting (or not) the career development of culturally and linguistically diverse migrants and refugees in universities: Insights from Australia.

Dunwoodie, K., Due, C., Baker, S., Newman, A., & Tran, C. (2021) International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, 22, 467-490.

Social capital and the career adaptability of refugees.

Dunwoodie, K., Webb, S., Wilkinson, J., & Newman, A. (2020) International Migration, 1-20.

Refugee recruitment and workplace integration: An opportunity for human resource management scholarship and impact.

Hirst, G., Curtis, S., Nielsen, I., Smyth, R., Newman, A., & Xiao, N. (2021) Human Resource Management Journal, 1-23.

Employer engagement in active labour market programmes: The role of boundary spanners.

Ingold, J. (2018) Public Administration, 96(4), 707-720.

Employers’ recruitment of disadvantaged groups: Exploring the effect of active labour market programme agencies as labour market intermediaries.

Ingold, J., & Valizade, D. (2017) Human Resource Management Journal, 27(4), 530-547.

Rethinking the ethical and methodological dimensions of research with refugee children.

Kaukko, M., Dunwoodie, K., & Riggs, E. (2017) Journal of International Education Research and Development Education, 40(1), 16-21.

Addressing and regulating bias: Law and management practice.

Taksa, L., & Thornthwaite, L. (2022) Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal, 42(3), 1-39.

Mediating role of psychological capital in the relationship between social support and wellbeing of refugees.

Newman, A., Nielsen, I., Smyth, R., & Hirst, G. (2018) International Migration, 56(2), 117-132.

Vocational behavior of refugees: How do refugees seek employment, overcome work-related challenges, and navigate their careers?

Newman, A., Bimrose, J., Nielsen, I., & Zacher, H. (2018) Journal of Vocational Behavior, 105, 1-5.

Perspectives on negative media representations of Sudanese and South Sudanese youths in Australia.

Macaulay, L., & Deppeler, J. (2020). (2020) Journal of Intercultural Studies, 41(2), 213-230.

The effects of diversity climate on the work attitudes of refugee employees: The mediating role of psychological capital and moderating role of ethnic identity.

Newman, A., Nielson, I., Smyth, R., Hirst, G., & Kennedy, S. (2019) Journal of Vocational Behavior, 105, 147-158.

‘Eighteen just makes you a person with certain privileges’: The perspectives of Australian Sudanese and South Sudanese youths regarding the transition to adulthood.

Macaulay, L., & Deppeler, J. (2022) Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, 29(2), 223-242.

Australian Sudanese and South Sudanese youths’ perspectives on the youth/parent relationship and its influence on the transition to adulthood.

Macaulay, L. (2021) Young: Nordic Journal of Youth Research, 29(2), 137-156.

‘You’re judged a lot’: Australian Sudanese and South Sudanese youths’ perspectives on their experiences in public spaces.

Macaulay, L. (2023) In M. de Backer, M. Benwell, R. Finlay, P. Hopkins, K. Hörschelmann, E. Kirndörfer, M. Kox, Y. Lazova, & I. Van Liempt (Eds.), Refugee youth: Migration, justice, and urban space (pp. 153-168). Bristol University Press.

Labour force participation and employment of humanitarian migrants: Evidence from the Building a New Life in Australia longitudinal data.

Cheng, Z., Wang, B. Z., & Taksa, L. (2021) Journal of Business Ethics, 168, 697-720.

Unsettling equity frames in Australian universities to embrace people seeking asylum.

Webb, S., Dunwoodie, K., & Wilkinson, J. (2018) International Journal of Lifelong Education, 38(1), 103-120.

Activating the ‘ideal jobseeker’: Experiences of individuals with mental health conditions on the UK Work Programme.

Scholz, F., & Ingold, J. (2021) Human Relations, 74(10), 1604-1627.

Acknowledging the head, heart, hands, and feet: Research with refugees and people seeking asylum in higher education.

Reimer, K., Kaukko, M., Dunwoodie, K., Wilkinson, J., & Webb, S. (2019) Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, 21(2), 190-208.

Disrupting assumptions about graduate employability: Exploring culturally and linguistically diverse university students’ graduate capitals in Australia.

Baker, S., Xavier, A., Due, C., Dunwoodie, K., & Newman, A. (2023) Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 1-18.

Intercultural management in practice: Learning to lead diverse global organizations.

Chavan, M., & Taksa, L. (2021) Emerald Publishing Limited.

Refugee externalisation policies: Responsibility, legitimacy, and accountability.

Dastyari, A., Nethery, A., & Hirsch, A. (Eds.) (2022) Routledge.

Widening university access for students of asylum-seeking backgrounds: (Mis)recognition in an Australian context.

Dunwoodie, K., Kaukko, M., Wilkinson, J., Reimer, K., & Webb, S. (2020) Higher Education Policy, 33(2), 243-264.

Qualitative interviewing in the field of work and organisational psychology: Benefits, challenges, and guidelines for researchers and reviewers.

Dunwoodie, K., Macaulay, L., & Newman, A. (2023) Applied Psychology, 72(2), 863-889.

Embracing social inclusion?: The asylum seeker experience of applying for admission to tertiary education in Australia.

Dunwoodie, K., Webb, S., & Wilkinson, J. (2019) In F. Finnegan & B. Grummell (Eds.), Power and possibility (pp. 143-153). Brill.

‘What about me?’: An analysis of employers’ engagement with employment service providers in Australia.

Ingold, J., Knox, A., Macaulay, L., & Senewiratne, S. (2023) Journal of Industrial Relations, 1-23.

Drone-Cinema, Data Practices, and the Narrative of IHL.

Krebs, S. (2022) Heidelberg Journal of International Law, 82(2), 309-332.

Predictive technologies and opaque epistemology in counterterrorism decision-making.

Krebs, S. In A. Vedaschi & K. L. Scheppele (Eds.), 9/11 and the rise of global anti-terrorism law: How the UN security council rules the world (pp. 199-221). Cambridge University Press.

Can rights discourse diminish support for displaced persons?

Krebs, S., & Cope, K. (2022) Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, 20(2), 279-292.

‘She just saw me – she didn’t teach me’: The perspectives of Australian Sudanese and South Sudanese youth on the student/teacher relationship in Australian schools.

Macaulay, L. (2022) The Australian Educational Researcher, 1-19.

Incarceration, classification and control: Administrative detention in settler-colonial Australia.

Nethery, A. (2021) Political Geography, 89(4), 1-10.

Regional responses to refugees: Insights from Asia.

Nethery, A., & Loughnan, C. (2019) Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 28(2), 123-131.

Career guidance for culturally and linguistically diverse migrants and/or refugees.

Newman, A., Baker, S., Due., & Dunwoodie, K. (2021). Research report prepared for the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education, Curtin University.

Openness to experience and the career adaptability of refugees: How do career optimism and family social support matter?

Newman, A., Dunwoodie, K., Jiang, Z., & Nielsen, I. (2022) Journal of Career Assessment, 30(2), 309-328.

Boat people and the entrenchment of exclusion.

Penovic, T (2021) In P. Gerber & M. Castan (Eds.), Critical perspectives on human rights law in Australia: Volume 1 (pp. 373-408). Thomson Reuters.

Recognition and precarious mobilities: The experiences of university students from a refugee background.

Webb, S., Dunwoodie, K., Wilkinson, J., Macaulay, L., Reimer, K., & Kaukko, M. (2021) International Review of Education, 67(6), 871-894.

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