Carr, S.C., Parker, J., Arrowsmith, J., Haar, J. and Jones, H. (2017). Humanistic Management and Living Wages: A Case of Compelling Connections? Humanistic Management Journal, 1, 1-22, DOI:10.1007/s41463-016-0018-y.
Carr, S.C., et al. (2018) How can wages sustain a living? By getting ahead of the curve. Sustainability Science, DOI: org/10.1007/s11625-018-0560-7
Carr., S.C., O’Neill Berry, M., Scott, J.C., & Hodgetts, D. (2019). Living wage research is alive and kicking-and not just about subsistence. A rejoinder to Reburn et al. DOI: https://www.siop.org/Research-Publications/TIP/TIP-Back-Issues/2018/October/ArtMID/20676/ArticleID/1879/Living-Wage-Research-Is-Alive-and-Kicking%E2%80%94and-not-Just-About-Subsistence-A-Rejoinder-to-Reburn-et-al
Haar, J., Carr, S.C., Arrowsmith, J., Parker, J., Hodgetts, D., & Alefaio-Tugia S. (2018). Escape from working poverty: Steps toward sustainable livelihood. Sustainability, 10(11), doi:10.3390/su10114144
Hu, Y., & Carr, S. (2020).Living wages across the Pacific Rim: A localised replication study from China. Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 14. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/prp.2020.11
Maleka, M.J., Rugimbana, R., Carr, S.C., Meyer, I., Parker, J. and Barry, M.-L. (2018). Reflections on a Study Conducted in New Zealand and South Africa to Ascertain the Extent to Which Living Wages Are a Panacea for a Quality Life for Low-Income Workers. Sage Research Methods Cases Part 2. DOI: http://dx.dox.org/10.4135/9781526449481
Searle, R.H. & McWha-Hermann, I. (2020). “Money’s too tight (to mention)”: A review and psychological synthesis of living wage research. European Journal of Work and Orgainzational Psychology. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/1359432X.2020.1838604
Yao, C., Parker, J., Arrowsmith, J. & Carr, S.C. (2017). The living wage as an income range for decent work and life. Employee Relations, 39(6): 875-887.
Yoelao, D., Sombatwattana, P., & Mohan, K. P. (2021). Development and validation of the sufficiency living wage scale for workers in Thailand. Thailand and The World Economy 39(1):23-38. DOI: https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/TER/article/view/242467/169648
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Carr, S.C., Parker, J., Arrowsmith, J. & Yao. C. (2017). From Living Wages to Sustainable Livelihood: What can applied psychology offer? In C. Van Ommen et al.(eds). On shaky ground: Precariat lives in Aotearoa New Zealand, Auckland: Massey University Press (in press). [This book has been selected as one of the 150 non-fiction book sin Te Takarangi: Celebrating Maori publications, a partnership between Royal Society Te Aparangi and Nga Pae o te Maramatanga].
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Conferences and colloquia
Colloquium: Is a Living Wage bad for the economy?
10th June 2017; University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland.
Contributing to the Implementation of SDG 8 of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda by promoting inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all.
Programme, summary and presentations are available as PDF files from the CSEND website.