Volume 10, Issue 1, Winter 1989

ISSN: 0195-3613 (Print) 1936-4768 (Online)

In this issue (18 articles)

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    Symposium Europeanizing American Employment Issues: New World Jobs & Old World Policy

    Europeanizing American employment issues

    David R. Jones Pages 1-4
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    Symposium Europeanizing American Employment Issues: New World Jobs & Old World Policy

    Employment and unemployment patterns in the U.S. and Europe, 1973–1987

    Ronald E. Kutscher, Constance E. Sorrentino Pages 5-22
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    Symposium Europeanizing American Employment Issues: New World Jobs & Old World Policy

    The changing quality of American jobs?

    Marvin Kosters Pages 23-31
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    Symposium Europeanizing American Employment Issues: New World Jobs & Old World Policy

    Change, innovation, and job generation

    David L. Birch Pages 33-38
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    Symposium Europeanizing American Employment Issues: New World Jobs & Old World Policy

    How not to create jobs: Lessons from the West European experience

    Maurice Ernst Pages 39-43
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    Symposium Europeanizing American Employment Issues: New World Jobs & Old World Policy

    The impact of microeconomic policies on European unemployment

    Sven Arndt Pages 45-50
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    Symposium Europeanizing American Employment Issues: New World Jobs & Old World Policy

    Workplace flexibility: Past, present, and future

    Norman Macrae Pages 51-55
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    Symposium Europeanizing American Employment Issues: New World Jobs & Old World Policy

    Job creation and European employment issues: A business owner’s perspective

    Oliver O. Ward Pages 57-60
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    Symposium Europeanizing American Employment Issues: New World Jobs & Old World Policy

    The european model is not for us

    Melvyn Krauss Pages 61-65
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    Symposium Europeanizing American Employment Issues: New World Jobs & Old World Policy

    Human resource flexibility and equity: Difficult questions for business, labor, and government

    Richard S. Belous Pages 67-72
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    Symposium Europeanizing American Employment Issues: New World Jobs & Old World Policy

    Let small business do what it does best — Create jobs

    Thomas A. Gray Pages 73-81
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    Symposium Europeanizing American Employment Issues: New World Jobs & Old World Policy

    Mandated rigidities in U.S. Labor markets: The implications for organized labor

    James T. Bennett Pages 83-89
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    BookReview

    Book review

    Leonard Bierman Pages 147-148
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    Announcement

    Call for papers

    Page 149