Publications by Year: 2008

Freeman RB. “Why Do We Work More than Keynes Expected?". In: Revisiting Keynes: Economic Possibilities for Our Grandchildren. . Cambridge MA : MIT Press ; 2008. pp. 135-42. why-do-we-work-more-keynes-expected_ms-for-pecchi-piga-vol-4-07.pdf
Freeman R. How Much do Immigrants Benefit from Immigration, in Session on Innovations and Insights from the New Immigrant Survey. AEA; 2008.
Freeman R. Wanted: A New German Wirtschaftswunder. In: Towards a Better Economic Policy for Germany and Europe. Freidrich Ebert Stiftung; 2008.
Choi K, Kim S, Freeman R. Hard Work and Human Capital: Korea in the New Global Economy, 1987-2007. In: Beyond Flexibility: Roadmaps for Korean Labor Policy. ; 2008.
Freeman R. Fulfilling the Ballyhoo of a Peak Economy? The US Economic Model. In: European And American Social Models. NY: Oxford University Press; 2008.
Freeman R. New Ways to Help Low Skilled Inner City Minority Men. Gates Foundation; 2008.
Freeman R, Bjorklund A. Searching for Optimal Inequality/Incentives. 2008.
Freeman R. Why Do We Work More than Keynes Expected?. In: Revisiting Keynes: Economic Possibilities for Our Grandchildren. MIT Press; 2008. pp. Chapter 9.
Freeman R. The Economics of International Trade and the Global Labor Market. In: Labor and Employment Law and Economics. Edward Elgar Publishing; 2008.
Freeman R. Universities as Pace-Setters in Labor Relations. Resources. 2008.
Freeman R. Globalization and Inequality. In: Oxford Handbook on Economic Inequality. Oxford University Press; 2008. pp. Chapter 13.
Gereffi G, Jasso G, Rissing B, Wadhwa V, Freeman R. A Reverse Brain Drain: Estimating the Magnitude of the U.S. Skilled Immigrant Backlog, in Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation; 2008.
Freeman R. ARISE: Advancing Research in Science and Engineering: Investing in Early-Career Scientists and High-Risk, High-Reward Research, in American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Initiative for Science and Technology, Study of Alternative Models of Federal Funding of Science; 2008.
Freeman R. Investing in the Best and Brightest: Increased Fellowship Support for American Scientists and Engineers. In: Path to Prosperity: Hamilton Project Ideas on Income Security, Education, and Taxes. Brookings Institution; 2008.
Freeman R. The Future U.S. Labor Supply: Shortages, Surpluses, or What?. In: Global Imbalances: As Giants Evolve. Boston, MA: Boston FED; 2008.
Reenen JV, Freeman R. Be Careful What you Wish For: A Cautionary Tale about Budget Doubling. Issues in Science and Technology. 2008;XXVI(1, Fall):27-31.
Freeman R. When Workers Share in Profits: Efforts and Responses to Shirking, in Angela Costa Lecture. Rome, Italy; 2008.
Freeman R. Understanding Trade Unions and the Labour Market. CentrePiece. 2008;13(1, Spring):7.
Freeman R, Bryson A. How Does Shared Capitalism Affect Economic Performance in the UK?. In: Shared Capitalism: at Work: Employee Ownership, Profit and Gain Sharing, and Broad-based Stock Options. University of Chicago Press; 2008. Publisher's Version
Freeman R, Kruse D, Blasi J. The Same Yet Different: Worker Reports on Labor Practices and Outcomes in a Single Firm Across Countries. In: International Comparison of the Structure of Wages. Vol. 15. University of Chicago Press; 2008. pp. 334-355.