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Prof Jim Stewart

Prof Jim Stewart

Publications

Journal Articles

Elliott C, Stewart J. 2017. What are the (C)HRD implications of brexit? a personal reflection? Human Resource Development International, 20 :1-8 >DOI

Darity WA, Hamilton D, Stewart JB. 2015. A Tour de Force in Understanding Intergroup Inequality: An Introduction to Stratification Economics Review of Black Political Economy, 42 >DOI

Stewart J, Mills S, Sambrook S. 2015. HRD Programs in the United Kingdom Advances in Developing Human Resources, 17 :162-179 >DOI

Stewart J, Callahan J, Rigg C, Sambrook S, Trehan K. 2014. Realizing the critical in CHRD: Strategies for research and practice Human Resource Development International, 17 :379-383 >DOI

Mills S, Trehan K, Stewart J. 2014. Academics in pursuit of the part-time doctorate: Pressures and support issues associated with the career development of business and management academics Human Resource Development International, 17 :438-458 >DOI

Mitchell AB, Stewart JB. 2013. The Efficacy of All-Male Academies: Insights from Critical Race Theory (CRT) Sex Roles, 69 :382-392 >DOI

Calver J, Gold J, Stewart J. 2013. Action learning and the creative industries: The efficacy of an action learning set in building collaboration between a university and creative industries Action Learning: Research and Practice, 10 :25-38 >DOI

Fenderson J, Stewart J, Baumgartner K. 2012. Expanding the History of the Black Studies Movement: Some Prefatory Notes Journal of African American Studies, 16 :1-20 >DOI

Stewart J. 2012. Making sense of the learning organization: What is it and who needs it? MANAGEMENT LEARNING, 43 :237-238 >DOI >Link

Lawless A, Sambrook S, Stewart J. 2012. Critical human resource development: Enabling alternative subject positions within a master of arts in human resource development educational programme Human Resource Development International, 15 :321-336 >DOI

Stewart J, Sambrook S. 2012. The Historical Development of Human Resource Development in the United Kingdom HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT REVIEW, 11 :443-462 >DOI >Link

Stewart J. 2012. Learning and Talent Development Human Resource Management International Digest, 20 :177-181 >DOI

Harte V, Stewart J. 2012. Evaluating enterprise education: Issues in current practice Education + Training, 54 :77-95 >DOI

Harte V, Stewart J. 2012. Develop.evaluate.embed.sustain: Enterprise education for keeps Education and Training, 54 :330-339 >DOI

Doloriert C, Sambrook S, Stewart J. 2012. Power and emotion in doctoral supervision: Implications for HRD European Journal of Training and Development, 36 :732-750 >DOI

Kang D-S, Stewart J, Kim H, Lim J-C. 2012. Unravelling the impact of Psychological empowerment on customer service behaviours as a consequence of 'Leader-Member Exchange' SERVICE INDUSTRIES JOURNAL, 32 :1791-1809 >DOI >Link

Stewart J, Gold J. 2011. Theorising in HRD: Building bridges to practice Journal of European Industrial Training, 35 >DOI

Kang D-S, Stewart J, Kim H. 2011. The effects of perceived external prestige, ethical organizational climate, and leader-member exchange (LMX) quality on employees' commitments and their subsequent attitudes PERSONNEL REVIEW, 40 :761-784 >DOI >Link

Gold J, Hamlin B, Stewart J. 2011. What is HRD? A definitional review and synthesis of the HRD domain Journal of European Industrial Training, 35 :199-220 >DOI

Stewart J, Harte V, Sambrook S. 2011. What is theory? Journal of European Industrial Training, 35 :221-229 >DOI

Stewart J. 2010. Racial Identity Production Dynamics and Persisting Wealth Differentials: Integrating Neo-Institutionalist Perspectives into Stratification Economics Review of Black Political Economy, 37 :217-222 >DOI

Sun W, Stewart J, Pollard D. 2010. Reframing corporate social responsibility Critical Studies on Corporate Responsibility, Governance and Sustainability, 1 :3-19 >DOI

Sambrook S, Stewart J. 2010. Teaching, learning and assessing HRD: Findings from a BMAF/UFHRD research project Journal of European Industrial Training, 34 :710-734 >DOI

Stewart J, Harte V. 2010. The implications of talent management for diversity training: An exploratory study Journal of European Industrial Training, 34 :506-518 >DOI

Harte V, Stewart J. 2010. Undertaking HRD research in higher education: A longitudinal approach to evaluating undergraduate "enterprise education" modules Education and Training, 52 :679-693 >DOI

Stewart JB. 2009. Be all that you can be?: Racial identity production in the U.S. military Review of Black Political Economy, 36 :51-78 >DOI

Moody-Turner S, Stewart J. 2009. Gendering Africana studies: Insights from Anna Julia Cooper African American Review, 43 :35-44 >DOI

Stewart JB. 2008. Africana studies and economics: In search of a new progressive partnership Journal of Black Studies, 38 :795-805 >DOI

Rigg C, Trehan K, Stewart J. 2008. Critically reflective practice in human resource development Journal of European Industrial Training, 32 :99-102 >DOI

Rigg C, Trehan K, Stewart J, Lawless A, Mcque L. 2008. Becoming a community of critically reflective HR practitioners: Challenges and opportunities within an MA partnership programme Journal of European Industrial Training, 32 :323-335 >DOI

Sambrook S, Stewart J. 2008. Developing critical reflection in professional focused doctorates: A facilitator's perspective Journal of European Industrial Training, 32 :359-373 >DOI

Stewart J, Keegan A, Stevens P. 2008. Postgraduate education to support organisation change: A reflection on reflection Journal of European Industrial Training, 32 :347-358 >DOI

Stewart J. 2007. The future of hrd research: Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats and actions Human Resource Development International, 10 :93-97 >DOI

Stewart JB. 2007. Francille rusan wilson, the segregated scholars, black social scientists and the creation of black labor studies, 1890-1950 :charlottesville, va: University of virginia press, 2006 Review of Black Political Economy, 34 :273-278 >DOI

Kang DS, Stewart J. 2007. Leader-member exchange (LMX) theory of leadership and HRD: Development of units of theory and laws of interaction Leadership and Organization Development Journal, 28 :531-551 >DOI

Clark PF, Stewart JB, Clark DA. 2006. The globalization of the labour market for health-care professionals International Labour Review, 145 :37-64

Darity WA, Mason PL, Stewart JB. 2006. The economics of identity: The origin and persistence of racial identity norms Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 60 :283-305 >DOI

Stewart J, Shaw S. 2005. Guest editorial Journal of European Industrial Training, 29 :393-395 >DOI

Stewart JB. 2005. Is there racism in economic research? European Journal of Political Economy, 21 :790-794 >DOI

Stewart J. 2005. The uk research assessment exercise Human Resource Development International, 8 :489-494 >DOI

Stewart J. 2005. The current state and status of HRD research Learning Organization, 12 :90-95 >DOI

Trehan K, Rigg C, Stewart J. 2004. Guest editorial Journal of European Industrial Training, 28 >DOI

Stewart JB. 2004. Globalization, cities, and racial inequality at the dawn of the 21st century Review of Black Political Economy, 31

Gozdziak EM, Keely CB. 2004. Integration cluster: Policy debates and outcome measures - Introduction INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION, 42 :3-4 >Link

Stewart JB. 2003. Will the revolution be digitized? Using digitized resources in undergraduate Africana studies courses Western Journal of Black Studies, 27 :194-204

Stewart J, Knowles V. 2003. Mentoring in undergraduate business management programmes Journal of European Industrial Training, 27 :147-159 >DOI

Beirne A, Stewart J. 2002. The financing of e-business firms International Journal of Business Performance Management, 4 :161-181

McGoldrick J, Stewart J, Watson S. 2002. Understanding HRD: a research based approach International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management, 2 :17-30

Prince C, Stewart J. 2002. Corporate universities – an analytical framework Journal of Management Development, 21 :794-811 >DOI

McGoldrick J, Stewart J, Watson S. 2001. Theorizing human resource development Human Resource Development International, 4 :343-356 >DOI

Stewart J, Knowles V. 2001. Graduate recruitment: Implications for business and management courses in HE Journal of European Industrial Training, 25 :98-108 >DOI

Stewart J, Knowles V. 2000. Graduate recruitment and selection: Implications for HE, graduates and small business recruiters Career Development International, 5 :65-80 >DOI

Sambrook S, Stewart J. 2000. Factors influencing learning in European learning oriented organisations: Issues for management Journal of European Industrial Training, 24 :209-219 >DOI

Hill R, Stewart J. 2000. Human resource development in small organizations Journal of European Industrial Training, 24 :105-117 >DOI

Stewart J, Knowles V. 2000. Graduate recruitment and selection practices in small businesses Career Development International, 5 :21-38 >DOI

Prince C, Stewart J. 2000. The dynamics of the corporate education market and the role of business schools Journal of Management Development, 19 :207-219 >DOI

Hill R, Stewart J. 1999. Human resource development in small organizations Human Resource Development International, 2 :103-124 >DOI

Hill R, Stewart J. 1999. Investors in People in small organizations: Learning to stay the course? Journal of European Industrial Training, 23 :286-299 >DOI

Stewart J, Knowles V. 1999. The changing nature of graduate careers Career Development International, 4 :370-383 >DOI

Stewart JB. 1998. Worker re-training and labor market outcomes: A new focus for labor research published in The Review of Black Political Economy Review of Black Political Economy, 25 :70-73

Hamlin B, Reidy M, Stewart J. 1998. Bridging the HRD research-practice gap through professional partnerships: A case study Human Resource Development International, 1 :273-290 >DOI

Sambrook S, Stewart J. 1998. No, I didn't want to be part of HR Human Resource Development International, 1 :171-188 >DOI

Franklin Myra Hodgkinson P, Stewart J. 1998. Towards universities as learning organisations The Learning Organization, 5 :228-238 >DOI

Stewart JB. 1997. Recent Perspectives on African-Americans in Post-Industrial Labor Markets American Economic Review, 87 :315-320

Stewart JB. 1995. NEA presidential address, 1994 - Toward broader involvement of black economists in discussions of race and public policy: A plea for a reconceptualization of race and power in economic theory The Review of Black Political Economy, 23 :13-36 >DOI

Hyclak T, Stewart JB. 1995. Racial differences in the unemployment response to structural changes in local labor markets The Review of Black Political Economy, 23 :29-42 >DOI

Stewart J, Sambrook S. 1995. The Role of Functional Analysis in National Vocational Qualifications: A Critical Appraisal British Journal of Education & Work, 8 :93-106 >DOI

Stewart JB. 1994. Menu The Review of Black Political Economy, 22 :3-4 >DOI

Stewart J, Hamlin B. 1994. Competence-based Qualifications — A Reply to Bob Mansfield Journal of European Industrial Training, 18 :27-30 >DOI

Stewart JB. 1993. Menu The Review of Black Political Economy, 22 :3-4 >DOI

Chiles TW, Stewart JB. 1993. Union rent appropriation and ex post analysis Journal of Labor Research, 14 :317-333 >DOI

Stewart JB. 1993. Menu The Review of Black Political Economy, 22 :3-4 >DOI

Stewart J, Hamlin B. 1993. Competence-based Qualifications: A Way Forward Journal of European Industrial Training, 17 >DOI

Hyclak T, Taylor LW, Stewart JB. 1992. Some new historical evidence on the impact of affirmative action: Detroit, 1972 The Review of Black Political Economy, 21 :81-98 >DOI

Macpherson DA, Stewart JB. 1992. Racial differences in married female labor force participation behavior: An analysis using interracial marriages The Review of Black Political Economy, 21 :59-68 >DOI

Stewart JB, Firestone JM. 1992. Looking for a Few Good Men: Predicting Patterns of Retention, Promotion, and Accession of Minority and Women Officers American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 51 :435-458 >DOI

Stewart J, Hamlin B. 1992. Competemce- based Qualifications: The Case for Established Methodologies Journal of European Industrial Training, 16 >DOI

Stewart J, Hamlin B. 1992. Competence-based Qualifications: The Case against Change Journal of European Industrial Training, 16 >DOI

Stewart J, Page C. 1992. Competences - are they useful to trainers? Industrial and Commercial Training, 24 :32-35 >DOI

Macpherson D, Stewart JB. 1991. The effects of extended families and marital status on housing consumption by black female-headed households The Review of Black Political Economy, 19 :65-81 >DOI

Stewart JB. 1990. Competing perspectives on the formulation and thrust of public policy targeted at African Americans or did they come to bury gunnar myrdal-or to praise him? Forum for Social Economics, 20 :16-32 >DOI

Hamlin B, Stewart J. 1990. Approaches to Management Development in the UK Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 11 :27-32 >DOI

Benjamin L, Stewart JB. 1989. Values, beliefs, and welfare recipiency: Is there a connection? The Review of Black Political Economy, 17 :43-67 >DOI

Macpherson DA, Stewart JB. 1989. The labor supply and school attendance of black women in extended and nonextended households American Economic Review, 79 :71-74

Benjamin L, Stewart JB. 1989. The Self‐concept of Black and White Women: The Influences Upon Its Formation of Welfare Dependency, Work Effort, Family Networks, and Illnesses American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 48 :165-176 >DOI

MacPherson DA, Stewart JB. 1987. Unionism and the dispersion of wages among blue-collar women Journal of Labor Research, 8 :395-405 >DOI

Stewart JB, Hyclak TJ. 1986. The effects of immigrants, women, and teenagers on the relative earnings of black males The Review of Black Political Economy, 15 :93-101 >DOI

Stewart JB. 1984. Building a coperative economy: Lessons from the black experience Review of Social Economy, 42 :360-368 >DOI

Stewart JB. 1982. Some factors determining the work effort of single black women Review of Social Economy, 40 :30-44 >DOI

Stewart JB. 1980. The political economy of black male suicides Journal of Black Studies, 11 :249-261 >DOI

Stewart JB. 1979. Contemporary patterns of black-white political economic inequality in the United States and South Africa The Review of Black Political Economy, 9 :359-391 >DOI

Stewart JB, Hyclak T. 1979. Ethnicity and Economic Opportunity American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 38 :319-335 >DOI

Stewart JB. 1977. Historical patterns of black-white political-economic inequality in the United States and South Africa The Review of Black Political Economy, 7 :266-295 >DOI

Ladner JA, Stewart JB. 1975. The death of white sociology The Review of Black Political Economy, 5 :202-207 >DOI

Books

Anderson L, Gold J, Stewart J, Thorpe R. 2015. A Guide to Professional Doctorates in Business and Management SAGE 9781473933439

Cureton PJ, Stewart J. 2014. Designing, Delivering and Evaluating Learning and Development: essentials for practice Stewart J, Cureton P. CIPD. London 9781843983606

Gold J, Iles P, Stewart J, Beardwell J. 2013. Human Resource Development: Theory and Practice Holden RJ. Palgrave Macmillan

Sun W, Stewart J, Pollard D. 2011. Corporate governance and the global financial crisis: International perspectives :1-400 9780511736599 >DOI

Asonov D. 2004. Introduction 3128 :3-+ SPRINGER-VERLAG BERLIN >Link

Woodall J, Lee M, Stewart J. 2004. New frontiers in HRD :1-199 >DOI

Chapters

Stewart J. 2014. Strategic HRD The Routledge Companion to Human Resource Development :203-211 9780203386446

Stewart J, Sambrook S. 2014. Critical perspectives on workforce development Workforce Development: Perspectives and Issues :329-349 9789814560580 >DOI

Sun W, Stewart J, Pollard D. 2011. Introduction: Rethinking corporate governance – lessons from the global financial crisis Corporate Governance and the Global Financial Crisis :1-22 9780511736599 >DOI

Hare BR, Young A, Stewart JB, Aldridge DP. 2010. Africana studies: Past, present and future International Encyclopedia of Education :565-572 9780080448947 >DOI

Palmer J, Hill R, Stewart J. 2007. The dynamics of organizational commitment and management development Management Development: Perspectives from Research and Practice :251-270 >DOI

Stewart JB. 2006. Social science and systematic inquiry in Africana studies: Challenges for the 21st century Handbook of Black Studies :379-401 9781412982696 >DOI

Stewart J, Sambrook S. 2006. Human resource development in the public sector: The case of health and social care :1-426 >DOI

Sambrook S, Stewart J. 2005. A critical review of researching Human Resource Development: The case of a pan-European project Critical Thinking in Human Resource Development :67-84 >DOI

Kanamori A. 2004. Introduction 10 :3-3 CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS >Link

Gozdziak EM, Keely CB. 2004. Introduction 42 :3-4 WILEY >Link

Stewart J, Beaver G. 2003. HRD in small organisations: Research and practice :1-317 >DOI

Stewart J. 2003. The ethics of HRD HRD in a Complex World :83-99 >DOI

Holden RJ, Stewart J. E-Learning Human Resource Development: Theory & Practice

Holden RJ, Stewart J, Beardwell J, Gold J. Looking Our: Macro Considerations of HRD Gold J, Holden RJ, Stewart J, Iles P, Beardwell J. Human Resource Development: Theory & Practice

Conference Publication (journal proceedings)

Younes A, Stewart J, Kyriakidou N. 2014. MTDP needs assessment in Libya: A case of international and joint venture organisation World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, 10 :296-311 >DOI

Addison T, Hansen H, Tarp F. 2004. Introduction Addison T, Hansen H, Tarp F. DEBT RELIEF FOR POOR COUNTRIES, UNU/WIDER Conference on Debt Relief :3-23 >Link

Rakic P. 2004. Introduction Gazzaniga MS. COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCES III, THIRD EDITION, Conference of the Summer-Institute-in-Cognitive-Neuroscience :3-22 >Link

Engagement & Impact

Other Professional Activity:

Describe the Professional Activities: CIPD Chief Examiner for L&D

Describe the Professional Activities: Founding Member of the University Forum for HRD, a network bringing together academics and others concerned with developing HRD as an area of professional practice and academic enquiry Vice Chair, Research of the University Forum for HRD – 1996-2001 Elected Chair, University Forum for HRD – May 2001 – June 2014 Appointed Executive Secretary, University Forum for HRD, June 2014 – Present

Describe the Professional Activities: Appointed CIPD External Quality Advisor in 2010-Present

Describe the Professional Activities: Appointed CIPD Chief Examiner for L&D in 2008-Present

Describe the Professional Activities: Appointed CIPD Visiting Panel Chair in 2003-Present

Describe the Professional Activities: Member of the CIPD Quality Assurance Panel