Mark is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Sheffield in England. You can check out his academic page here. Mark’s main current areas of research are:
- Labour markets, learning, skills, underemployment and training;
- Social quality, health and psychological wellbeing;
- Visual methods and photography as a research tool;
- Advanced multivariate methods (such as Structural Equation Models, panel regression);
- Machine Learning (Text Analytics, Neural Networks, Support Vector Machines etc.)
My recent publications
Heyes J & Tomlinson M (2020) Underemployment and well-being in Europe. Human Relations.
Heyes J, Moore S, Newsome K & Tomlinson M (2018) Living with uncertain work. Industrial Relations Journal, 49(5-6), 430-437.
Foster L, Tomlinson M & Walker A (2018) Older people and Social Quality – what difference does income make?. Ageing & Society.
Ferragina E, Tomlinson M & Walker R (2017) Poverty and Participation in Twenty-First Century Multicultural Britain. Social Policy and Society, 16, 535-559.
Heyes J, Tomlinson M & Whitworth A (2017) Underemployment and Well-being in the UK Before and After the Great Recession. Work, Employment and Society, 31(1), 71-89.
Tomlinson M, Walker AC & Foster L (2016) Social Quality and Work: What Impact Does Low Pay Have on Social Quality?. Journal of Social Policy, 45(2), 345-371.