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Cotton, Elizabeth (2012) Resilience in the recession. British politics and policy at LSE ecollections. London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

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Cotton, Elizabeth (2018) The future and quality of mental health services: the organising challenge ahead. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Nov 2018). Blog Entry.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2016) A matter of principles: the psychodynamics of solidarity in trade unions. LSE Business Review (13 Dec 2016). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2016) Poor working conditions affect mental health workers’ state of mind. LSE Business Review (10 Oct 2016). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2016) The side effect of treating higher education as a commodity: less free expression. LSE Business Review (03 Oct 2016). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2016) Self-employment is precarious work. LSE Business Review (12 Sep 2016). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2016) How can you maintain your sanity in a toxic workplace? LSE Business Review (05 Sep 2016). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2016) By providing more money without looking at how treatment isoffered, Clinton’s mental health agenda is a false economy. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (02 Sep 2016). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2016) Job coaches in GP surgeries: another attempt to pathologise the unemployed? British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Mar 2016). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2016) Deprofessionalised, downgraded and demoralised: why mental healthcare is going backwards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Feb 2016). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2013) Confusion over how to measure mental health is taking a toll on workplace wellbeing, but new networks of expertise may help. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Oct 2013). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2013) Confusion over how to measure mental health is taking a toll on workplace wellbeing. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (01 Oct 2013). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2013) Trade unions are facing difficult circumstances but it is important not to overstate the extent of the challenges. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Apr 2013). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2013) We should avoid construing the proliferation of precariouswork as a global catastrophe. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Mar 2013). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2012) Introducing our latest ecollection: Resilience in the recession. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Dec 2012). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2012) Online whistleblowing is the real stuff of activism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jul 2012). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2011) Workplace resilience initiatives are on the increase in the current recession, but do they offer us a real way forward? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Nov 2011). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2011) The ongoing privatization of healthcare and the changing nature of employment relations mean that good psychological therapy is now only available to those who can afford it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Oct 2011). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2011) In uncertain times, the social capital of group relationships in workplaces may be the key to growth and resilience. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Oct 2011). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2011) As the culture of aggressive ambition no longer looks like a successful strategy for survival, we must come to terms with the fact that being ‘ordinary’ does not equate to failure. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Oct 2011). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2011) Rising job insecurity, victimisation, and bullying mean we are getting angrier at work. And so we should be – anger often leads to change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Sep 2011). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2011) We need to accept that work and society make a huge difference to our mental health: improvements to social policy and workplaces can make real and profound improvements to people’s external and internal lives. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Sep 2011). Website.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2011) Book Review: capitalism, for and against: a feminist debate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jun 2011). Website.

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