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Alicja Bobek
Alicja Bobek
Technological University Dublin
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Polish migration to Ireland:‘free movers’ in the new European mobility space
T Krings, A Bobek, E Moriarty, J Salamońska, J Wickham
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 39 (1), 87-103, 2013
1302013
New mobilities in Europe: Polish migration to Ireland post-2004
E Moriarty, J Salamonska, A Bobek, J Wickham, T Krings
New mobilities in Europe, 1-176, 2016
802016
From boom to bust: Migrant labour and employers in the Irish construction sector
T Krings, A Bobek, E Moriarty, J Salamońska, J Wickham
Economic and Industrial Democracy 32 (3), 459-476, 2011
772011
Migration and recession: Polish migrants in post-Celtic Tiger Ireland
T Krings, A Bobek, E Moriarty, J Salamonska, J Wickham
Sociological Research Online 14 (2), 111-116, 2009
762009
‘Taking on almost everyone?’Migrant and employer recruitment strategies in a booming labour market
E Moriarty, J Wickham, T Krings, J Salamonska, A Bobek
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 23 (9), 1871-1887, 2012
552012
Living with Uncertainty: Social Implications of Precarious Work
A Bobek, S Pembroke, JJR Wickham
TASC Think tank for action on social change, Dublin, Ireland, 2018
502018
Living in precarious housing: Non-standard employment and housing careers of young professionals in Ireland
A Bobek, S Pembroke, J Wickham
Housing Studies 36 (9), 1364-1387, 2021
362021
Working in the gold rush: Polish migrants’ careers and the Irish hospitality sector
J Wickham, E Moriarty, A Bobek, J Salamonska
Work matters: Critical reflections on contemporary work, 82-96, 2009
312009
Leaving for the money, staying for the'quality of life'. Case study of young Polish migrants living in Dublin
A Bobek
Geoforum 109, 24-34, 2020
252020
Graduate emigration from Ireland: Navigating new pathways in familiar places
E Moriarty, J Wickham, S Daly, A Bobek
Irish Journal of Sociology 23 (2), 71-92, 2015
232015
Enforced Flexibility? Working in Ireland Today
J Wickham, A Bobek
TASC Think tank for action on social change, Dublin, Ireland, 2016
212016
Bogus self-employment in the Irish construction industry
J Wickham, A Bobek
TASC–Think-tank for Action on Social Change, 2016
202016
Portability of Social Protection in the European Union: Transformation of National Welfare Systems?
E Moriarty, J Wickham, A Bobek, S Daly
An Anthology of Migration and Social Transformation: European Perspectives …, 2016
182016
Putting work back in mobilities: migrant careers and aspirations
E Moriarty, J Wickham, J Salomońska, T Krings, A Bobek
New Migrations, New Challenges’ Conference, Trinity College Dublin, 2010
152010
Migrant Workers and the Construction Sector in Ireland
A Bobek, T Krings, E Moriarty, J Wickham, J Salamonska
A preliminary report from the Migrant Careers and Aspirations research …, 2008
152008
Is money always the most important thing? Polish construction workers in Ireland
A Bobek, J Wickham, E Moriarty, J Salamońska
Irish Journal of Sociology 26 (2), 162-182, 2018
112018
Ethnically diverse workplaces in Irish hospitals: Perspectives of Irish and foreign-born professionals and their managers
A Bobek, C Devitt
Employee Relations 39 (7), 1015-1029, 2017
112017
Migrant workers and the Irish hospitality sector
J Wickham, E Moriarty, A Bobek, J Salamonska
Preliminary report from the migrant careers and aspirations research project …, 2008
112008
„Wykształciuchy” i „mariany”
A Bobek, J Salamońska
Polscy migranci w Irlandii ze, 2010
10*2010
Polscy migranci w Irlandii. Rola sieci społecznych w procesie migracyjnym oraz w kształtowaniu się społeczności etnicznej
A Bobek
Studia Humanistyczne AGH 8 (1), 57-67, 2010
102010
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