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DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
Richard B. Freeman
Herbert Ascherman Professor of Economics
Youth Employment Opportunities: Changes in the Relative Position of College and High School Graduates
. In: Labor Market Information for Youths. Temple University Press ; 1975.
Freeman R, Hollomon H
The Declining Economic Value of College Going
. Change. 1975.
Demand for Labor in Non-Profit Markets: University Faculty
. In: Labor in Non-Profit Markets. NJ: Princeton University Press ; 1975.
Disenfranchisement, Refranchisement, and Governmental Demand for Black Workers, 1890-1970
Alternative Theories of Labor Market Discrimination: Individual and Collective Behavior
. In: Patterns of Economic Discrimination. ; 1974. pp. Chapter 3.
Labor Market Discrimination: Analysis, Findings and Problems
. In: Frontiers of Quantitative Economics: Vol II. North Holland Press ; 1974. pp. Chapter 9.
The Changing Labor Market for Minorities
. In: Higher Education and the Labor Market. MCGraw-Hill ; 1974.
Occupational Training in Proprietary Schools and Technical Institutes
. Review of Economics and Statistics. 1974.
Manpower Requirements and the Skill Composition of the Work Force: U.S. Experience, 1950-1973
. In: Manpower Forecasting. National Science Foundation ; 1974.
Breneman D, Freeman R
Forecasting the Ph.D. Labor Market: Pitfalls for Policy
. National Board of Graduate Education; 1974.
Freeman R, Hansen L
Labor Market Analysis of Engineers and Technical Workers
. The Johns Hopkins University Press; 1974.
The Effect of the Depression on the Relative Status of Black Americans
The Decline of Black Craftsmen in the U.S. South
Decline of Labor Market Discrimination and Economic Analysis
. American Economic Review. 1973;63 (2) :280-286.
On Mythical Effects of Public Subsidization of Higher Education
. In: Does College Really Matter? Academic Press ; 1973.
Black/White Economic Differences: Why Did They Last So Long?
. Wisconsin ; 1972.
Labor Market Adjustments in Psychology
. American Psychologist. 1972.
The Market for College Trained Manpower
. Harvard University Press; 1971.
Segal M, Freeman R
Labor Force, Unemployment and Population in Chronically Depressed Areas
. Area Redevelopment Administration; 1964.
JPEO: Journal of Participation & Employee Ownership
Bio & CV
Labor & Worklife Program
Media & Audio Links
MOOC - Online Free Courses
NBER Books & WP: On-Line
Other Data Sets
Articles & Research of interest
China Gazetteer Project
PIRP: Policy and Institutional Research Project
Temporary Colocation and Collaborative Discovery: Who Confers at Conferences
“The Twin Track Model of Employee Voice: An Anglo-American Perspective on Union Decline and the Rise of Alternative Forms of Voice,” Alex Bryson, Richard Freeman, Rafael Gomez, Paul Willman,IZA DP 11223, December 2017.
“The Twin Track Model of Employee Voice: An Anglo-American Perspective on Union Decline and the Rise of Alternative Forms of Voice,” Chapter 2 in Peter Holland, Julian Teicher, and Jimmy Donaghey (eds), Employee Voice at Work (Singapore: Springer Natu
“Willingness to Pay for Clean Air in China,”
“Non-linear Incentives and Worker Productivity and Earnings: Evidence from a Quasi-experiment,” Richard B. Freeman, Wei Huang, and Teng Li, NBER Working Paper # 25507, January 2019.
“Standards for Evaluating the Impact of ‘Right to Work’ Laws,” Policy Brief provided to the West Virginia Legislature. Paula B. Voos and Richard B. Freeman, April 2015.
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