Journal of Labor Research
The Journal of Labor Research provides an outlet for original research on all aspects of behavior affecting labor market outcomes. The Journal provides a forum for both empirical and theoretical research on the U.S. and international labor markets, and labor/employment issues. The journal welcomes submissions from scholars in all relevant fields on topics that involve analyses of the workplace. Issues relating to labor markets and employment relations, including labor demand and supply, personnel economics, unions and collective bargaining, employee participation, dispute resolution, labor market policies, types of employment relationships and the interplay between labor market variables and various economic outcomes are published by the Journal. The Journal of Labor Research also publishes book reviews relating to these topics.
35 Volumes 130 Issues 1,301 Articles available from 1980 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
Culture and Household Decision Making. Balance of Power and Labor Supply Choices of US-Born and Foreign-Born Couples
Sonia Oreffice (March 2014)
The Impact of Economic Freedom and Personal Freedom on Net In-Migration in the U.S.: A State-Level Empirical Analysis, 2000 to 2010
Richard J. Cebula (March 2014)
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