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59 Indus. & Lab. Rel. Rev. 1 (2005-2006)

handle is hein.journals/ialrr59 and id is 1 raw text is: Industrial and Labor Relations Review

VOLUME 59

NUMBER 1

OCTOBER 2005

Tight Labor Markets and the Demand for
Education: Evidence from the Coal Boom
and Bust
The Employment Effects of a Good Cause
Discharge Standard in Montana
When Welfare-to-Work Programs Seem to Work
Well: Explaining Why Riverside and Portland
Shine So Brightly
Did American Welfare Capitalists Breach Their
Implicit Contracts During the Great
Depression? Preliminary Findings from
Company-Level Data
Analytical Modeling in Complex Surveys of
Work Practices
Registered Nurses and the Value of Bilingualism
Time Off at What Price? The Effects of Career
Interruptions on Earnings
The Effects of Prevailing Wage Requirements on
the Cost of Low-Income Housing

Dan A. Black,
Terra G. McKinnish,
and Seth G. Sanders
Bradley T. Ewing,
Charles M. North,
and Beck A. Taylor
David Greenberg,
Karl Ashworth,
Andreas Cebulla,
and Robert Walker
Chiaki Moriguchi
Jerome P. Reiter,
Elaine L. Zanutto,
and Larry W Hunter
David E. Kalist
Christy Spivey
Sarah Dunn,
John M. Quigley,
and Larry A. Rosenthal

BOOK REVIEWS
Economic and Social Security and Substandard Working Conditions
TheFuture of the Family. By Daniel P. Moynihan, Timothy M. Smeeding, and Lee Rainwater.
Reviewed by Robert Drago.
Adequacy of Earnings Replacement in Workers' Compensation Programs. Edited by H. Allan Hunt.
Reviewed by Douglas Hyatt.
Carve-Outs in Workers' Compensation: An Analysis of the Experience in the California Construction
Industry. By David I. Levine, Frank W. Neuhauser, Richard Reuben,Jeffrey S. Petersen, and
Cristian Echeverria. Reviewed by Timothy Schmidle.
Monitoring Sweatshops: Workers, Consumers, and the Global Apparel Industry. Byjill Esbenshade.
Reviewed by Gay Seidman.
Labor Economics
Downsizing in America: Reality, Causes, and Consequences. By WilliamJ. Baumol, Alan S. Blinder,
and Edward N. Wolfe. Reviewed by Lori Kletzer.

ARTICLES

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