Dr Elisa Pannini

Dr Elisa Pannini PhD

Lecturer in Human Resource Management

Dr Elisa Pannini is a Lecturer in Human Resource Management in the Business School. Prior to joining the University of Greenwich, she worked at the LSE; there she completed a PhD in Employment Relations, with a thesis on labour market deregulation, its consequences, and the different approaches to protecting workers, with a focus on the most vulnerable. Her background also includes studying law at the University of Siena, where she graduated with the Italian equivalent titles of BL, and LLM with distinction, and working in the legal department of a major Italian Bank.

Responsibilities within the university

Dr Elisa Pannini teaches courses at Undergraduate and Postgraduate level in the Business School, tutoring and supervising students.

She conducts research on employment and work.

Research / Scholarly interests

Dr Elisa Pannini’s research interest focuses on employment relations, labour market regulation and union organising.

Recent publications

Pannini E. (2021) Winning a battle against the odds: A cleaners’ campaign. Economic and Industrial Democracy. December 2021. doi:10.1177/0143831X211060390

Doellgast, V. Bellego, M., Pannini, E. (2020) After the social crisis: the transformation of employment relations at France Télécom, Socio-Economic Review, Volume 19, Issue 3, July 2021, Pages 1127–1147

Benassi, C., Dorigatti, L., Pannini, E. (2019). Explaining divergent bargaining outcomes for agency workers: The role of labour divides and labour market reforms. European Journal of Industrial Relations, 25(2), 163–179.