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62 Indus. & Lab. Rel. Rev. 1 (2008-2009)

handle is hein.journals/ialrr62 and id is 1 raw text is: Industrial and Labor Relations Review
VOLUME 62                   NUMBER 1                 OCTOBER 2008
The Eyes of the Needles: A Sequential Model of
Union Organizing Drives, 1999-2004                   John-Paul Ferguson
Union Membership and Political Inclusion                      Roland Zullo
Economic Development Strategies and Macro-
and Micro-Level Human Resource Policies:               Sarosh Kuruvilla
The Case of India's Outsourcing Industry     and Aruna Ranganathan
The Effect of Labor Market Institutions on
Salaried and Self-Employed Less-Educated
Men in the 1980s                                       Harry Krashinsky
Alcohol Abuse, Alcoholism, and Labor Market
Outcomes: Looking for the Missing Link                  Francesco Renna
Should Workers Care about Firm Size?                            Ana Ferrer
and Stkphanie Lluis        I
Identifying the Invisible Colleges of the
Industrial & Labor Relations Review: A                   Debra L. Casey
Bibliometric Approach                           and G. Steven McMillan          I
Labor-Management Relations
Reigniting the Labor Movement: Restoring Means to Ends in a Democratic Labor Movement. By Gerald
Friedman. Reviewed by Chris Howell.                                                 I
Labor and Employment Law
Fading Corporatism: Israel's Labor Law and Industrial Relations in Transition. By Guy Mundlak.
Reviewed by Ariel Avgar.
Human Resources, Management, and Personnel
Selling Technology: The Changing Shape of Sales in an Information Economy. By Asaf Darr. Reviewed by
Trevor Pinch.
International and Comparative
Employment Research and State Traditions: A Comparative History of Britain, Germany, and the United
States. By Carola M, Frege. Reviewed by Gerald Friedman.                            I
Towards a European Labour Identity: The Case of the European Works Council. Edited by Michael
Whittall, Herman Knudsen, and Fred Huijgen. Reviewed by OttoJacobi.                 1
Historical Studies
Teachers United: The Rise of New York State United Teachers. By Dennis Gaffney. Reviewed by Edward
C. Kokkelenberg.                                                                    I

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