Christopher Mathieu

Senior Lecturer


Main research and teaching areas

  • Organisational and Labour Sociology


Current research and teaching

Chris teaches primarily in the fields of organisational and labour sociology, cultural sociology, human resource management and development studies. He has conducted research on gender in the Swedish and Irish information technology sectors, urbanization in southern Africa, film production, career development, job quality and cultural policy.

From April 2015-March 2018 he coordinates the Horizon 2020 funded (€2.5m) project QuInnE (Quality of Jobs and Innovation Generated Employment Outcomes) on innovation, job quality and employment together with researchers from nine universities/research institutes in seven EU countries.

Recent research outputs

Christopher Mathieu, Susanne Boethius & Martin, F., 2017 Dec, Virtuous circles between innovations, job quality and employment in Europe? : Case study evidence from the manufacturing sector, private and public service sector. Jaehrling, K. (ed.). QuInnE, p. 387-431 44 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter in Report

Christopher Mathieu & Gokhan Kaya, 2017 Jun, Malmö: Region Skånes kulturnämnd. 29 p.

Research output: Book/ReportReport

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