Gregor Gall was formerly professors of industrial relations at the universities of Bradford, Hertfordshire and Stirling. He researches and writes primarily about labour unions, employment relations and conflict at work.
He has published over 100 peer reviewed papers in academic journals, written 10 books and edited another ten. His most recent books are:
Sex worker unionisation: global developments, challenges and possibilities (2016, Palgrave)
Bob Crow – socialist, leader, fighter (2017, Manchester University Press)
Employment Relations in Financial Services: an exploration of the employee experience after the financial crash (2017, Palgrave).
He has also contributed over 60 chapters to various books. The subject matter of these largely concerns the processes and outcomes of workers' collective interest representation, primarily through labour unions. On top of these activities, he has organised symposia, public meetings and seminars, and have made a fist of knowledge exchange and transfer through running a research service for unions and writing for popular outlets like the Guardian, the Conversation and the Huffington Post.