The overall aim of this project is to investigate justice issues in the contemporary Australian workplace. There are three separate studies. These comprise an investigation into the wages and conditions of Vietnamese textile outworkers in Victoria , an analysis of Australian sex tourism, and a study of justice outcomes of employment contracts that characterise the modern organisation.
Refereed journal articles
CREGAN.C; BROWN M. (in press).Willingness to participate in employee participation: An analysis of the impact of union membership status, Human Relations
CREGAN, C.; BARTRAM, B.; STANTON, P. (in press) Organising during a mobilisation campaign: The impact of social identity and transformational leadership on the collectivist attitudes of union members, British Journal of Industrial Relations
Refereed book chapter
HOWE, R.; CREGAN, C.; GRIMSHAW, P. "Working women and their families: Two social surveys, 1975 and 2001", in Grimshaw, P.; Murphy, J.; Probert, B. (eds.) Working mothers and social change, RMIT Publishers: Melbourne. (2005).
2007 CREGAN, C.; WOLFRAM COX, C. "Helping to change the legislation for textile outworkers in Victoria", Australia, Asia-Pacific Researchers in Organization Studies Conference (APROS), Gurgaon, Delhi, December
2007 CREGAN, C., WOLFRAM COX, J. "Responses to an analysis of wages and conditions of textile outworkers", paper accepted for and presented at the All-Academy Keynote Symposium at the 66th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, August.
2007CREGAN, C.; BROWN, M. "Employee participation in a unionised environment. What do workers want?" Proceedings of the 9th International Human Resource Management Conference, Tallin, Estonia, April.
2009 JOHNSTON, S.; CREGAN, C. Subsidiary autonomy: the impact of bureaucratic controls and subsidiary type, paper presented at the 68th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Chicago, August
2008 CREGAN, C.; JOHNSTON, S. "The impact of subsidiary type and bureaucratic controls on subsidiary autonomy in multinational enterprises", paper presented at the 9th Conference of the European Academy of Management, Ljubljana, Slovenia, May.