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Risky Business? The Value of Employing Offenders and Ex-Offenders: An Interview With James Timpson, Chief Executive of Timpson (2019)
Journal Article
Pandeli, J., & O’Regan, N. (2020). Risky Business? The Value of Employing Offenders and Ex-Offenders: An Interview With James Timpson, Chief Executive of Timpson. Journal of Management Inquiry, 29(2), https://doi.org/10.1177/1056492619836167

© The Author(s) 2019. This interview with James Timpson, Chief Executive of Timpson retailers, explores his innovative approach to recruitment and empowerment in the workplace. James Timpson is passionate about the employment of ex-offenders, working... Read More about Risky Business? The Value of Employing Offenders and Ex-Offenders: An Interview With James Timpson, Chief Executive of Timpson.

The nurturing of ‘good’ capitalists: Prisoners and private prison labour (2018)
Journal Article
Pandeli, J. (2018). The nurturing of ‘good’ capitalists: Prisoners and private prison labour. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2018(1), 14696. https://doi.org/10.5465/ambpp.2018.14696abstract

This paper draws on a ten-month ethnographic study of private prison work in a UK prison to drawn attention to the prevalence of neoliberalism; even in an institution as secreted and isolated as a prison, the neoliberal ideology can flourish. Prisone... Read More about The nurturing of ‘good’ capitalists: Prisoners and private prison labour.

Captive in cycles of invisibility? Prisoners’ work for the private sector (2018)
Journal Article
Pandeli, J., Marinetto, M., & Jenkins, J. (2019). Captive in cycles of invisibility? Prisoners’ work for the private sector. Work, Employment and Society, 33(4), 596-612. https://doi.org/10.1177/0950017018777712

© The Author(s) 2018. This article critiques a case of modern prison-labour by exploring prisoners’ attitudes towards the prison-work they undertake while incarcerated. The study is based at a privatised male prison in the UK, assigned the pseudonym... Read More about Captive in cycles of invisibility? Prisoners’ work for the private sector.