March 7, 2013
New Issue of ILR Review Out
The most recent issue of the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations Schools' ILR Review is now available online. It is chocked full of timely and relevant articles of all aspects of the domestic and international workplace.
Here are the Contents of Volume 66, No. 1:
Is the Clock Still Ticking? An Evaluation of the Consequences of Stopping the Tenure Clock. By Colleen Flaherty Manchester, Lisa M. Leslie, and Amit Kramer
Extra Status and Extra Stress: Are Promotions Good for Us?By David W. Johnston and Wang-Sheng Lee
Temporary Contracts and Work–Family Balance in a Dual Labor Market. By Rocio Bonet, Cristina Cruz, Daniel Fernández Kranz, and Rachida Justo
Coal Mine Safety: Do Unions Make a Difference?By Alison D. Morantz
Unionization and Certified Sickness Absence: Norwegian Evidence. By Arne Mastekaasa
Labor Unions, Alternative Forms of Representation, and the Exercise of Authority Relations in U.S. Workplaces. By John Godard and Carola Frege
Union Density and Varieties of Coverage: The Anatomy of Union Wage Effects in Germany. By Bernd Fitzenberger, Karsten Kohn, and Alexander C. Lembcke
The Hidden Costs of High-Performance Work Practices: Evidence from a Large German Steel Company. By Bernd J. Frick, Ute Goetzen, and Robert Simmons
Computerization and Skill Bifurcation: The Role of Task Complexity in Creating Skill Gains and Losses. By Avner Ben-Ner and Ainhoa Urtasun
Social Pacts in Europe: Emergence, Evolution and Institutionalization.Edited by Sabina Avdagic, Martin Rhodes, and Jelle Visser. Reviewed by Paul Teague.
Parties, Elections, and Policy Reforms in Western Europe: Voting for Social Pacts.By Kerstin Hamann and John Kelly. Reviewed by Oscar Molina.
Social Failures of EU Enlargement: A Case of Workers Voting with Their Feet.By Guglielmo Meardi. Reviewed by Dorothee Bohle.
Models of Economic Liberalization: Business, Workers, and Compensation in Latin America, Spain, and Portugal.By Sebastián Etchemendy. Reviewed by Sebastián Royo.
The Strange Non-Death of Neoliberalism. By Colin Crouch. Reviewed by Mark Blyth.
Quiet Politics and Business Power: Corporate Control in Europe and Japan.By Pepper Culpepper.Reviewed by Alexander Kuo.
The International Handbook of Labour Unions: Responses to Neo-Liberalism.Edited by Gregor Gall, Adrian Wilkinson, and Richard Hurd. Reviewed by Edward Webster.
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