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64 Indus. & Lab. Rel. Rev. 1 (2010-2011)

handle is hein.journals/ialrr64 and id is 1 raw text is: Industrial and Labor Relations Review
VOLUME 64                NUMBER 1               OCTOBER 2010
Employee Stock Ownership, Involvement,             Andrew Pendleton and
and Productivity: An Interaction-Based Approach     Andrew Robinson
Union Organizing in China: Still a Monolithic Labor Movement?  Mingwei Liu

First-Timers and Late-Bloomers: Youth-Adult
Unionization Differences in a Cohort of
the U.S. Labor Force

Jonathan E. Booth, John W Budd, and
Kristen M. Munday

The Theoretical Foundation of Industrial Relations
and Its Implications for Labor Economics and
Human Resource Management
Workers, Firms, or Institutions: What Determines
Job Duration for Male Employees in Germany?
The Structure of Labor Costs with Overtime Work
in U.S. Jobs
Female-Led Firms and Gender Wage Policies
Probation Length and Teacher Salaries:
Does Waiting Pay Off?

The Timing of Maternal Work and Time with Children
First Contract Arbitration: Effects on Bargaining and
Work Stoppages

Bruce E. Kaufman
Bernhard Boockmann and
Susanne Steffes
Anthony Barkume
Ana Rute Cardoso and
Ericj Brunner and Jennzfer Imazeki

Jay Stewart

Susanj T Johnson

Labor Economics
Minimum Wages. By David Neumark and William L. Wascher.
Reviewed by Richard V. Burkhauser
Labor and Employment Law
Regoverning the Workplace: From Self-Regulation to Co-Regulation. By Cynthia Estlund.
Reviewed by Paul M. Secunda
Human Resources, Management, and Personnel
Pension Policy: The Search For Better Solutions. Byjohn A. Turner.
Reviewed by Robert L. Clark
International and Comparative Industrial Relations
just Trade: A New Covenant Linking Trade and Human Rights. By Berta Esperanza Hernandez-Truyol
and StephenJ. Powell. Reviewed by Rebecca Smith
Historical Studies
Wealth and Welfare States: Is America a Laggard or Leader? By Irwin Garfinkel, Lee Rainwater,
and Timothy Smeeding. Reviewed by George R. Boyer





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