Nadolny, Andrew, McNeil, Karen, Ryan, Suzanne, Groen, Bert, Bhattacharyya, Asit. The University of Newcastle, Centre of Full Employment and Equity (CofFEE); 2011. 'McJobs': a comparison of the academic and McDonald's casual worker experience.
Nguyen, Anh Tru, Dzator, Janet, Nadolny, Andrew. Tennessee State University College of Business; 2015. Does contract farming improve productivity and income of farmers? A review of theory and evidence.
Nadolny, Andrew. Centre of Full Employment and Equity, University of Newcastle; 2009. 'Greening brown pathways': how can traditional labour markets restructure into generators of green jobs?.
Nadolny, Andrew. Australasian Teaching Economics Conference; 2010. How effective are peer-assessed presentations as a learning tool for economics?.
Nadolny, Andrew. Inderscience Publishers; 2008. Wet dreams - dry realities: lost opportunities for an Australian presence in the global water services industry.
McNeil, Karen, Bhattacharyya, Asit, Nadolny, Andrew, Groen, Egbert, Ryan, Suzanne. School of Business, University of Ballarat; 2010. Casual, committed but disconnected: the impact of precarious employment practices in higher education.
Ryan, Suzanne, Groen, Egbert, McNeil, Karen, Nadolny, Andrew, Bhattacharyya, Asit. Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA); 2011. Sessional employment and quality in universities: a risky business.
Nadolny, Andrew. Macmillan Publishers India; 2008. Keeping it simple: a case study of innovation creation in the Australian water technology industry.
Groen, Egbert, McNeil, Karen, Ryan, Suzanne, Bhattacharyya, Asit, Nadolny, Andrew. New Zealand Work and Labour Market Institute, Auckland University of Technology; 2011. Sessionals: doing the job for Universities?.
Nadolny, Andrew, Ryan, Suzanne. Routledge; 2015. McUniversities revisited: a comparison of university and McDonald's casual employee experiences in Australia.
Nadolny, Andrew, Ryan, Suzanne. International Association of Technology, Education and Development (IATED); 2010. The values we teach: does one size fit all.