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Dr Tim Bickerstaffe


Dr Tim Bickerstaffe
Contact Details
Dr Tim Bickerstaffe

Senior Lecturer

Leeds Business School

0113 81 29150 T.Bickerstaffe@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

About Dr Tim Bickerstaffe

Tim joined PRI in 2005 and has experience of working in different research contexts, including government policy consultations in the UK and Europe, NGO lobbying and campaigning, and policy evaluation research. At PRI Tim has chiefly been involved in evaluating active labour market policies and interventions. He also leads the postgraduate research methods course in the Faculty of Business and Law at Leeds Beckett University. Areas of expertise:

Summary

  • 2009-2010 Department for Children, Schools and Families Evaluation of Entry to Learning Pilots
  • 2008-2010 Institute for Enterprise, Leeds Beckett University
  • Evaluation of the Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
  • 2009 - UK Commission for Employment and Skills Review of Best Practice in Teaching and Assessing Employability Skills
  • 2008 - Department for Work and Pensions
  • International Review of Performance Management
  • Systems in Public Employment Service
    2007 - Department for Work and Pensions
  • Factors Influencing Social Mobility
  • 2006 - Department for Work and Pensions
  • Working Neighbourhood Pilots
  • 2005 - Joseph Rowntree Foundation
  • Social Research in Bradford

Qualifications

  • BA (Hons) 1:1 Politics and Sociology, University of Leeds
  • PhD Sociology, University of Leeds

Selected Publications

Reports (14)

  • Bickerstaffe T; Devins DM; Walton F; Kelsey S; Sutton M; Hooley T; Hutchinson J (2012) Employer practice in progressing lowpaid staff. . UK Commission for Employment and Skills.
  • Devins D; Bickerstaffe T; Nunn A; Mitchell B; McQuaid R; Egdell V; Lindsay C (2011) The Role of Skills from Worklessness to Sustainable Employment with Progression. . Wath-upon-Dearne: UK Commission for Employment and Skills.
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  • Nunn A; Mailand M; Leshke J; Bickerstaffe T (2011) The Role of Skills from Worklessness to Sustainable Employment with Progression: International Case Study Reports. . Wath-upon-Dearne: UK Commission for Employment and Skills.
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  • Nunn A; Bickerstaffe T; Jassi S; Wymer P (2010) Early effects of the economic downturn on the Welfare to Work System in deprived areas (WP83). . Department for Work and Pensions.
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  • Nunn A; Bickerstaffe T; Hogarth T; Bosworth D; Green A; Owen D (2010) Postcode selection? Employers' use of area and address-based information shortcuts in recruitment decisions. . Norwich: The Stationary Office.
  • Nunn A; Bickerstaffe T; Mitchell B (2010) International Review of Performance Management Systems in Public Employment Services. . Norwich: Department for Work and Pensions.
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  • Nunn A; Bickerstaffe T; Wymer P (2009) Explaining Levels of Customer Satisfaction with First Contact with Jobcentre Plus: results of qualitative research with Jobcentre Plus Staff. . Norwich: Department of Work and Pensions.
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  • Nunn, Alex; Bickerstaffe, T; Jassi, S; Halliday, S (2008) The Employability Skills Project. . Wath-upon-Dearne: UKCES.
  • Nunn, Alex; Monro, S; Kelsey, S; Bickerstaffe, T; Jassi, S; Hawtin, M; Halliday, S (2008) Factors Influencing the Inter and Intra-Class Mobility of Jobcentre Plus Customers: a case study approach. . London: Department for Work and Pensions.
  • Devins DM; Usher D; Bickerstaffe T (2007) Collaborations and Mergers: Rapid Review of Research on Collaborations and Mergers between Further Education Providers. . Coventry: Learning and Skills Council.
  • Dewson S; Casebourne J; Darlow A; Bickerstaffe T; Fletcher D; Gore T; Krishnan S (2007) Evaluation of the Working Neighbourhoods Pilot: Final report. . Leeds, UK: Department for Work and Pensions.
  • Nunn A; Johnson S; Bickerstaffe T (2007) Working with JOT 18 months on: Qualitative research in former Option 1 Pilot Districts. . Leeds: DWP Corporate Document Services.
  • Nunn A; Johnson S; Monro S; Bickerstaffe T; Kelsey S (2007) Factors Influencing Social Mobility: Department for Work and Pensions Research Report 450. . Leeds: Department for Work and Pensions.
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  • Darlow A; Bickerstaffe T; Burden T; Green J; Jassi S; Johnson S; Kelsey S; Purcell M; South J; Walton F (2005) Researching Bradford: A review of social research on Bradford District. . Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
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