Publications

2004
Freeman R. Are European Labor Markets as Awful as All That?. CESifo Forum. 2004;5 (1) :34.
Freeman R. What, Me Vote? . In: Social Inequality, Vol 1. NY: Russell Sage Foundation ; 2004. pp. Chapter 18.
Freeman R. Fighting Turnout Burnout: Why Europeans turn out at higher rates and how to improve American participation. American Prospect Online, Special Report: Political Inequality. 2004. Publisher's Version
Freeman R, Elliott KA. Labor Standards Then and Now, in Conference on International Labor Standards: The Global Need for Understanding Tools and Methods of Measuring Compliance. DOL and NAS Committee on Monitoring International Labor Standards ; 2004.
Freeman R, Elliott KA. Yes, Labor Standards and Globalization Go Together!. Labor History CLAH. 2004;45 (4) :529-535.
Freeman R. Labor Market Analysis. In: Encyclopedia of Social Measurement. CA: Academic Press, Elsevier Science ; 2004.
Freeman R. Stimulating Careers in Science and Engineering. Science’s Next Wave. 2004.
Chang T, Freeman R. The Rising Proportion of Immigrants: A Necessary Supply that Depresses Future US Citizen Supplies?. 2004.
Chang T, Chiang H, Abaluck J, Freeman R. How Do Stipends Affect the Supply of PhD Scientists and Engineers?, in NSF/NIH/CGS Graduate Support Workshop. Washington, D.C. AAAS ; 2004.
Goroff DL. Briefing Notes on Global Competitiveness and the Scientific Workforce: Claims, Counterclaims, Data and Policy Options, in Association of American University Meeting,. Yale University, New Haven ; 2004.
Freeman R. Forward. In: Fighting Unemployment: The Limits of Free Market Orthodoxy. Oxford University Press ; 2004. pp. 5-7.
Freeman R. Doubling the Global Workforce: The Challenges of Integrating China, India, and the former Soviet Block into the World Economy, in Doubling the Global Work Force”. Institute of International Economics ; 2004.
Freeman R, Conyon MJ. Shared Modes of Compensation and Firm Performance: UK Evidence. In: Seeking a Premiere League Economy. University of Chicago Press ; 2004. pp. 109-146.
Freeman R. What Unions Do: Conclusion and Balanced Scorecard (IV). In: What Do Unions Do?: A Reassessment and Balanced Scorecar. ; 2004. pp. Chapter 20.
Freeman R. Searching Outside the Box: The Road to Union Renascence and Worker Well-being in the U.S. In: The Future of Labor Unions: Organized Labor in the 21st Century. Austin, TX ; 2004. pp. 75-110.
Blasi J, Kruse D, Freeman R. Monitoring Colleagues at Work: Employee Ownership, Profit Sharing, Peer Pressure, and Workplace Performance in the United States, in ASSA Meetings . San Diego, CA ; 2004.
Freeman R. Chapter 8. In: Employee Participation, Firm Performance and Survival: Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and Labor- Managed Firms. Netherlands: Elsevier BV ; 2004.
Kleiner MM, Freeman R, Chi W. The Rise and Fall of Employee Involvement Practices in Manufacturing Establishments, in Proceedings of the 56th Annual Meeting, IRRA Poster Session. ; 2004.
Freeman R, Kleiner MM. Establishment Impacts on Satisfaction: Estimates from NLSY Job Stayers and Changers. 2004.
Freeman R, Blundell R, Card D. Seeking a Premiere League Economy. University of Chicago Press; 2004.

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