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Goss, D and Adam-Smith, D (2001) Pragmatism and compliance: employer responses to the working time regulations Industrial Relations Journal, 32 (3).

Goss, D, Goss, F and Adam-Smith, D (2000) Disability and Employment: Comparative Perspectives International Journal of Human Resource Management, 11 (4).

Goss, D and Adam-Smith, D (1996) HIV/AIDS and employment policy: a critical assessment Critical Social Policy, 16 (3).

Goss, D, Adam-Smith, D and Gilbert, A (1994) HRM and small firms: exceptions that prove the rule? Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 1 (2).

Goss, D and Adam-Smith, D (1993) HIV/AIDS and the hospitality industry: some implications of perceived risk Employee Relations, 15 (2).

Goss, D, Adam-Smith, D, Sinclair, A and Rees, G (1993) Organizational AIDS policies as data: possibilities and precautions Sociology, 27 (2).

Adam-Smith, D, Goss, D, Sinclair, A, Rees, G and Meudell, K (1992) AIDS and employment: diagnosis and prognosis Employee Relations, 18 (3).

Book Section

Goss, D and Adam-Smith, D (1995) Framing Difference: Sexuality, Aids and Organization In: Aids: Safety, Sexuality and Risk. Taylor & Francis, London. ISBN 0748402918

Goss, D and Adam-Smith, D (1995) Preconditions for Policy: Workplace Attitudes to HIV/Aids In: The economic and social impact of AIDS in Europe. Burns & Oates.

Goss, D and Adam-Smith, D (1994) Empowerment and Disempowerment: The Limits and Possibilities of Workplace Aids Policy In: AIDS: Foundations for the Future. Taylor & Francis. ISBN 0748402276

Book

Goss, D and Adam-Smith, D (1995) Organizing Aids. HIV/Aids and Employment: Implications and Issues Taylor & Francis. ISBN 020399163X

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