Publications

Journals and Book Chapters:

McVittie, C., Goodall, K., Sambaraju, R., Elliott, I, and Trejnowska, A. (2015) “‘We Just Have to Learn to Deal with It’: Young Workers’ Experiences of Workplace Violence“. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 1 (2), 39-47.

Breckenridge, J., Jones, D., Elliott, I., Nicol, M. (2012) “Choosing a methodological path: reflections on the constructivist turn“, Grounded Theory Review, Vol. 11, Issue 1. 

Canduela, J., Chandler, R., Elliott, I., Lindsay, C., Macpherson, S., McQuaid, R.W. (2010) “Partnerships to Support Early School Leavers: School-College Transitions and ‘Winter Leavers’ in Scotland”. Journal of Education and Work, Vol. 23, No. 4.

Valkama, P., Bailey, S.J. and Elliott, I.C. (2010) “Vouchers as Innovative Funding of Public Services”. In Bailey, S.J., Valkama, P., and Anttiroiko, A. (Eds) Innovations in Financing Public Services: Country Case Studies. Palgrave Macmillan.

Elliott, I.C., Valkama, P. and Bailey, S.J. (2010) “Public Service Vouchers in the UK and Finland”. In Bailey, S.J., Valkama, P., and Anttiroiko, A. (Eds) Innovations in Financing Public Services: Country Case Studies. Palgrave Macmillan.

Elliott, I. (2008) “Making Space or Enabling Use: The Case of Opt-Out Vouchers for Public Leisure Services” in Gale, T., Curry, N. and Hill, J. (eds) Making Space: Managing Resources for Leisure and Tourism. Leisure Studies Association.

Elliott, I. (2009). “Book Review: Well-Being: In Search of a Good Life?” Journal of Social Policy, Vol. 38, pp. 188–190.

Research publications:

McVittie, C., Goodall, K., Elliott, I.C., Trejnowska, A. (2010) Young workers’ experiences of abuse in public-facing jobs. NHS Health Scotland.

Nicol, M., Elliott, I., Jones, D., Hilliam, A. (2009) An Evaluation of the Mentally Healthy Workplaces training course. NHS Health Scotland.

McQuaid, R., Bergmann, A., Lindsay, C., Elliott, I. (2009) National Conversation – Benefit Administration. Scottish Government.

Canduela, J., Chandler, R., Elliott, I., Lindsay, C., Macpherson, S., McQuaid, R. and Raeside, R. (2008) Experiences of ‘Winter Leavers’ making school-college transitions. Careers Scotland.

Conference papers and research seminars:

Elliott, I. and McInally, L. (2012) “Prevention of Falls in Older People Policy”, ‘Responding to Christie’, LARIA in Scotland Annual Conference, 22 February, Edinburgh UK.

Duncan, S., Elliott, I., Falconer, P. (2012) Public-Public Partnerships in West Lothian, ‘Responding to Christie’, LARIA in Scotland Annual Conference, 22 February, Edinburgh UK.

Elliott, I.C., Goodall, K., McVittie, C., Sambaraju, R., Trejnowska, A. (2011) “…‘man up’ and get on with it”: young workers’ experiences of customer abuse and violence. Social Policy Association 2011 Conference, ‘Bigger Societies, Smaller Governments?’, 4-6 July, Lincoln UK.

Elliott, I.C. (2011) “The Role of Nondecision-Making in Restricting Public Service Innovation”, University of York Research Seminar, 16 June. [invited speaker].

Elliott, I.C., Goodall, K., McVittie, C., Trejnowska, A. (2010) “Young workers’ experiences of abuse in public-facing jobs”, presented at STUC Congress, Dundee, 19th April. [invited speaker].

Elliott, I. (2010) “The Innovative Use of Exit Vouchers for Public Leisure Services”, presented at the Queen Margaret University Research Seminar Series, 3rd March. [Invited Speaker].

Elliott, I. (2009) “The Innovative Use of Exit Vouchers for Public Leisure Services” The 4th International Seminar on Regional Innovation Policies, 15-16 October. Edinburgh Napier University: Edinburgh.

Elliott, I. (2009) “Attitudes and awareness of health promotion amongst Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Scotland”. 17th European Association of Sport Management conference, 16th-19th September, Amsterdam.

Elliott, I. (2009) “Mental Health and Employment”. Presentation to the Health and Work Project Board, 5th May, Glasgow. [Invited speaker].

Elliott, I. (2009) “SME Attitudes Towards Health and Wellbeing”. Presentation to the Scottish Government Response to Dame Carol Black Report Work-stream on Business Engagement. 27th January. Edinburgh: NHS Health Scotland, Woodburn House. [Invited speaker].

Elliott, I. (2008) “Models of Local Government Decision-Making: The Case of Opt-Out Vouchers for Public Leisure Services”. Paper presented at Employment Research Institute Seminar Series, Napier University, 29th October. [Invited speaker].

Elliott, I. (2006) “‘The Crisis in Leisure Research’: A Critical Realist Response”. Paper presented at Cultural Business Research Seminar Series, GCU, 18th October. [Invited speaker].

Elliott, I. (2006) “An Introduction to Critical Realist Economics”. Paper presented at GCU Research Student Conference, Stirling Management Centre, 20-21 September.

Elliott, I. (2006) “The Case of Opt-Out Vouchers for Public Leisure Services”. Paper presented at Making Space: Leisure, Tourism and Renewal, LSA Conference, Bristol, July 11-13.

Elliott, I. & Fingland, L. (2004) “Media Deregulation and Broadcasting Rights: A Case Study of Scottish Football”. Presented at 6th World Media Economics Conference, 12th-15th May, Montréal.

Other Publications:

Elliott, I.C. (2014) “Does leadership matter?”, Public Sector Executive, 26 June 2014.

Elliott, I.C. (2014) “Cutting Training for Workers Will Cost Us”,The Scotsman, 30 January 2014.

Elliott, I (2013) “Osborne’s attack on public servants won’t work”, The Conversation [online], 27 June 2014.

Elliott, I. (2013) “Training and education for public service workers mustn’t be forgotten”, Scottish Policy Now [online], June, Issue 6.

Elliott, I. (2007) “People Strategies in the Public Sector”. HR Network Scotland. Vol. 3, No. 2, p. 40.

Elliott, I. & Fingland, L. (2003) “The Communications Act 2003: Implications for the Scottish Premier League”. Working Paper (Caledonian Business School) No.35. Glasgow: GCU.

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