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P&ER Visiting Professor: Prof. Tony Dundon


BA (Hons), MA, PHD, FCIPD, FAcSS Honorary Professor
Email: tony.dundon@manchester.ac.uk

Biography
Tony Dundon is Professor of Human Resource Management and Employment Relations at the University of Manchester. Prior to this he was Professor and Head of Management at the National University of Ireland Galway. Tony has held international visiting fellowships at Sydney University, Deakin University (Melbourne) and Toulouse Business School. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences (AcSS) and the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), and was Editor-in-Chief of the Human Resource Management Journal (2010-2016).


Research interests
  • Tony's research interests are in the areas of employee voice, social partnership, trade union organisation and union renewal strategies, non-union employment relations, and HRM in SMEs. He also has an interest in HRM and organisational performance and labour migration.

Selected publications
  • Wilkinson, A, Donaghey, J, Dundon, T and RB Freeman (2014) (Eds) Handbook of Research on Employee Voice, Edward Elgar
  • Dundon, T., Dobbins, T., Cullinane, N., Hickland and Donaghey, J. (2014) 'Employer occupation of regulatory space for the Employee Information and Consultation (I&C) Directive in Liberal Market Economies', Work Employment and Society, 28(1): 21-39
  • Wilkinson, A. Dundon, T., Townsend, K and Donaghey, J. (2014) 'Partnership, Collaboration and Mutual Gains: evaluating context, interests and legitimacy', International Journal of Human Resource Management, 25(6): 737–747
  • Gall, G. and Dundon, T (2013) (Eds) Global anti-unionism: nature, dynamics, trajectories and outcomes, Palgrave Macmillan: London
  • Dundon, T, and Wilkinson, A (2012) (Eds) Cases in Global Management: Strategy, Innovation and People Management, Tilde University Press
  • Carney, G, Dundon, T and A. NiLeime (2012) 'Protecting the most vulnerable in an economic crisis: a participatory study of civil society organisations in Ireland', Voluntary Sector Review, 3(3): 329-346.
  • van den Broek, D. and Dundon, T (2012) '(Still) Up to no Good: Reconfiguring the boundaries of worker resistance and misbehaviour in an increasingly unorganised world', Relations Industrielles/Industrial Relations, 67(1): 97-121
  • Dundon, T and Rollinson, D. (2011) Understanding Employment Relations, 2e, McGraw Hill: London. Cullinane, N. and Dundon, T (2011) 'Redundancy and workplace occupation: the case of the Republic of Ireland', Employee Relations, 33(6): 624 – 641
  • Donaghey, J., Cullinane, N., Dundon, T and Wilkinson, A. (2011) 'Re-conceptualising employee silence: problems and prognosis', Work Employment and Society, 25(1): 51-67
  • Dundon, T and Ryan, P. (2010) 'Interviewing Reluctant Respondents: Strikes, Henchmen and Gaelic Games', Organizational Research Methods, 13 (3): 562-581
  • Dundon, T., Gonzalez-Perez, M. and McDonough, T. (2007) 'Bitten by the Celtic Tiger: immigrant workers and industrial relations in the new "Glocalised" Ireland, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 28 (4): 501-522
  • Cullinane, N. and Dundon, T (2006) 'The psychological contract: a critical review', International Journal of Management Reviews, 8 (2): 113-129 Dundon, T., Wilkinson, A., Marchington, M. and Ackers, P. (2004) 'The meanings and purpose of employee voice', International Journal of Human Resource Management, 15 (6): 1150-1171.
  • Wilkinson, A., Dundon, T., Marchington, M. and Ackers, P. (2004) 'The changing patterns of employee voice: case studies from the UK and Republic of Ireland', Journal of Industrial Relations, 46 (3): 298-323.