Wills, J. (2001)?Mapping low pay in East London [PDF 361KB] [pdf, 364kb]. Report written for TELCO’s Living Wage Campaign. London, October 2001. This was the first research project conducted for the living wage campaign. Funded by UNISON, the research aimed to map the numbers and characteristics of the workers falling into the gap between the newly calculated LLW and the National Minimum Wage.
Wills, J. Datta, K. Evans, Y. Herbert, J. May, J. and McIlwaine, C. (2009) Religion at work: The role of faith-based organisations in living wage campaigns for immigrant workers in London. Special issue entitled Transforming Work, The Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 2, 3, 443-62.
Wills, J., Datta, K., Evans, Y., Herbert, J., May, J. and McIlwaine, C. (2010) Global Cities at Work: New migrant divisions of labour. London: Pluto Press.
Wills, J. (2009) The London Living Wage in A. Kumar, J. A. Scholte, M. Kaldor, M. Glasius, H. Seckinelgin and H. Anheier (eds) Global Civil Society Yearbook 2009: Poverty and activism. London: Sage,176-182.
Wills, J. (2010) Identity making for action: the example of London Citizens, in M. Wetherell (Ed) Theorizing Identities and Social Action. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan,157-76.