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65 ILR Rev.: J. Work & Pol'y 1 (2012)

handle is hein.journals/ialrr65 and id is 1 raw text is: Industrial and Labor Relations Review
VOLUME 65       NUMBER 1       JANUARY2012
ARTICLES

The Human Rights Movement at U.S. Workplaces:
Challenges and Changes
Unions and Privatization: Opening the Black Box
Employee Involvement, Technology, and Evolution
in Job Skills: A Task-Based Analysis
Organizational and Individual Learning
and Forgetting
Do Anonymous Job Application Procedures Level
the Playing Field?
Consequences of Seniority Wages on the
Employment Structure
Relative Wage Positions and Quit Behavior: New
Evidence from Linked Employer-Employee Data
Does it Matter Who Responded to the Survey?
Trends in the U.S. Gender Earnings Gap Revisited
The Importance of Anti-Discrimination and
Workers' Compensation Laws on the Provision
of Workplace Accommodations Following the
Onset of a Disability

James A. Gross
Patrice jalette and
Robert febdon
Francis Green
Morris Kleiner;
jerry Nickelsburg,
and Adam Pilarski
OlojAslund and
Oskar Nordstrom Skans
Thomas Zwick
Christian Pfeifer
and Stefan Schneck
jungmin Lee and
Sokbae Lee
Richard V Burkhauser,
Maximilian D. Schmeise,
and Robert R. Weathers II

BOOK REVIEWS
Labor Economics
Freelancing Expertise: Contract Professionals in the New Economy. By Debra Osnowitz. Reviewed by Matthew Bidwell.
Labor History
AFSCME's Philadelphia Story: Municipal Workers and Urban Power in the Twentieth Century. By Francis Ryan. Reviewed
by Jane Berger.
Work and Employment Relations
Social Commitments in a Depersonalized World. By EdwardJ. Lawler, Shane R. Thye, andjeongkoo Yoon. Reviewed
by Linda Molm.
Labor and Employment Law
Managing the Margins: Gender Citizenship, and the International Regulation ofPrecarious Employment.
By Leah F. Vosko. Reviewed by Karen A. Shire.

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