Pauline Anderson

Lecturer B

Personal Statement

I joined Strathclyde Business School under the Chancellor’s Fellowship Scheme, which focuses on supporting high-quality research and impact. Prior to moving to Strathclyde, I spent a number of years at the Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning, Glasgow Caledonian University, as a Senior Research Fellow.  

Research Interests

My research interests are aligned to the University of Strathclyde’s strategic priorities and lie in the areas of the articulation of the relationship between education/training and work, skills in a policy context and contemporary labour market and workplace issues. I have a particular interest in ‘middle-skilled’ jobs, skill ecosystems, apprenticeships, graduate skills and markets, gender divisions in paid work, healthy workplaces and workers, skills and jobs in the ‘green’ economy.

Current research includes: green jobs and skills; women into new green jobs; the professionalisation of intermediate occupations; skill ecosystems in context; graduate apprenticeships; the decline of the internal labour market of policing.

Expertise & Capabilities

Education, training and skills in a policy context

Skill ecosystems

Apprenticeships

Labour market and labour process issues

Green Jobs

New Technology and Work

Gender Equality

Healthy workplaces and workers

Academic / Professional qualifications

PhD Human Resource Management - ESRC Case Studentship (Strathclyde)

MSc Occupational Psychology (Strathclyde/Heriot-Watt)

PG Dip Alcohol Studies (Paisley College of Technology)

BA (Hons) Psychology/Sociology (Strathclyde)

Chartered Occupational Psychologist, British Psychological Society

Associate Fellow, British Psychological Society

Registered Psychologist, HCPC

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Member of the British Sociological Association

Teaching Interests

My teaching interests are in labour markets, jobs and skills. I currently teach on undergraduate and postgraduate modules.

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  1. Skill ecosystems

    Research output: ResearchChapter

  2. Women in manufacturing: the Scottish evidence

    Research output: Research - peer-reviewOther

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  1. Invited participant. Eurofound Foundation Forum 2017, Converging economies, Diverging societies? Upward convergence in the EU

    Activity: OtherTypes of Public engagement and outreach - Media article or participation

  2. Expert panel member. The Future of Apprenticeships and Training: Tackling Scotland’s Skills Gaps

    Activity: OtherTypes of Public engagement and outreach - Media article or participation

  3. University of Warwick, Institute for Employment Research

    Activity: Visiting an external institutionVisiting an external academic institution

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