53 Indus. & Lab. Rel. Rev. 361 (1999-2000)
Table of Contents - Issue 3

handle is hein.journals/ialrr53 and id is 363 raw text is: Industrial and Labor Relations Review
VOLUME 53      NUMBER 3      APRIL 2000

The Craft of Labormetrics
When Are Layoffs Acceptable? Evidence from a
Occupational Age Structure and Access for Older

Organized Labor's Images of Multinational
Enterprise: Divergent Foreign Investment
Ideologies in Argentina, South Korea, and Spain
Correlates of Training: An Analysis Using Both
Employer and Employee Characteristics

Daniel S. Hamermesh
Gary Charness
and David I. Levine
Barry T. Hirsch,
David A. Macpherson,
and Melissa A. Hardy

Mauro F. Guillin
Harley Frazis,
Mauy Gittleman,
and Mary Joyce

What Determines Job Quality in Nursing Homes?               Larry W  Hunter
Reflections on the High Performance
Paradigm's Implications for Industrial                       John Godard
Relations as a Field                                  and John T. Delaney
Estimating the Union Earnings Effect Using a
Sample of Displaced Workers                                Steven Raphael
Industrial Relations Theory
Researching the World of Work: Strategies and Methods in Studying Industrial Relations. Edited by
Keith Whitfield and George Strauss. Reviewed by Sarosh Kuruvilla.
Industrial Relations, Politics, and Government
Fighting for Partnership: Labor and Politics in Unified Germany. By Lowell Turner. Reviewed by
Michael Fichter.
Income and Social Security and Substandard Working Conditions
Contingent Work: American Employment Relations in Transition. Edited by Kathleen Barker and
Kathleen Christensen. Reviewed by Brenda A. Lautsch.
Young Workers: Varieties of Experience. Edited byjulian Barling and E. Kevin Kelloway. Reviewed
by Vernon M. Briggs, Jr.
We'll Call You if We Need You: Experiences of Women Working Construction. By Susan Eisenberg.
Reviewed by Kirsten Snow Spalding.
Women's Figures: An Illustrated Guide to the Economic Progress of Women in America. By Diana
Furchtgott-Roth and Christine Stolba. Reviewed byJulie A. Nelson.
Prospects for Social Security Reform. Edited by Olivia S. Mitchell, RobertJ. Myers, and Howard
Young. Reviewed by Richard A. Ippolito.

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