paul willman
paul willman
Professor of Management, London School of Economics
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Personality and domain‐specific risk taking
N Nicholson, E Soane, M Fenton‐O'Creevy, P Willman
Journal of Risk Research 8 (2), 157-176, 2005
Safety at work: The limits of self-regulation
S Dawson, M Bamford, P Willman, A Clinton
CUP Archive, 1988
Trading on illusions: Unrealistic perceptions of control and trading performance
M Fenton‐O'Creevy, N Nicholson, E Soane, P Willman
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 76 (1), 53-68, 2003
Thinking, feeling and deciding: The influence of emotions on the decision making and performance of traders
M Fenton‐O'Creevy, E Soane, N Nicholson, P Willman
Journal of Organizational Behavior 32 (8), 1044-1061, 2011
Traders: Risks, decisions, and management in financial markets
M Fenton-O'Creevy, N Nicholson, E Soane, P Willman
Oxford University Press on Demand, 2005
Union business: Trade union organisation and financial reform in the Thatcher years
P Willman, T Morris, B Aston
Cambridge University Press, 1993
The car industry: labour relations and industrial adjustment
D Marsden, T Morris, P Willman, S Wood
Routledge, 1986
The sound of silence: which employers choose no employee voice and why?
P Willman, A Bryson, R Gomez
Socio-Economic Review 4 (2), 283-299, 2006
A Francis, J Turk, P Willman
Efficiency and Institutions: A Critical Appraisal of the’Markets and …, 1983
The diffusion of workplace voice and high-commitment human resource management practices in Britain, 1984–1998
A Bryson, R Gomez, T Kretschmer, P Willman
Industrial and Corporate Change 16 (3), 395-426, 2007
Innovation and Management Control: Labour Relations at BL Cars
P Willman, G Winch, A Francis, M Snell
CUP Archive, 1985
Technological change, collective bargaining, and industrial efficiency
P Willman
Oxford University Press, USA, 1986
Knowing the risks: Theory and practice in financial market trading
P Willman, MPF O’Creevy, N Nicholson, E Soane
Human Relations 54 (7), 887-910, 2001
Traders, managers and loss aversion in investment banking: a field study
P Willman, M Fenton-O'Creevy, N Nicholson, E Soane
Accounting, organizations and society 27 (1-2), 85-98, 2002
The end of the affair?: the decline in employers’ propensity to unionize: The decl ine in employers’ propensity to unionize
A Bryson, R Gomez
Union Organization and Activity, 145-165, 2004
Risk propensity and personality
N Nicholson, M Fenton-O’Creevy, E Soane, P Willman
London Business School, Open University Business School and Said Business …, 2002
Online social networking and trade union membership: What the Facebook phenomenon truly means for labor organizers
A Bryson, R Gomez, P Willman
Labor history 51 (1), 41-53, 2010
The logic of ‘market‐share’trade unionism: is membership decline inevitable?
P Willman
Industrial Relations Journal 20 (4), 260-270, 1989
The evolution of regulatory relationships; regulatory institutions and firm behaviour in privatized industries
P Willman, D Coen, D Currie, M Siner
Industrial and Corporate change 12 (1), 69-89, 2003
The Comparative Advantage of Non‐Union Voice in B ritain, 1980–2004
A Bryson, P Willman, R Gomez, T Kretschmer
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 52, 194-220, 2013
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