Publications

2007
Freeman R. How Well Do the Clothes Fit? Priors and Evidence in the Debate over Flexibility and Labour Market Performance. In: The European Economy in an American Mirror: Volume 1: Growth, Competitiveness and Employment. Routledge ; 2007. pp. Chapter 9.
Rogers J, Freeman R. The Promise of Progressive Federalism. In: Remaking America: Democracy and Public Policy in an Age of Inequality. Russell Sage Foundation Press ; 2007.
Freeman R. Learning from Other Economies – for Example from Somewhere Down Under. DECifo DICE Report : Journal for Institutional Comparisons. 2007;5 (3, Autumn) :33-37.
Freeman R. The Great Doubling: The Challenge of the New Global Labor Market. In: Ending Poverty In America: How to Restore the American Dream. NY: The New Press ; 2007. pp. Chapter 4.
Freeman R, Jin E, Shen C-Y. Where Do New US-Trained Science-Engineering PhDs Come From?. In: Science and the University. University of Wisconsin Press ; 2007. pp. Chapter 10.
Freeman R. Is A Great Labor Shortage Coming? Replacement Demand in a Global Economy. In: Reshaping the American Workforce ina Changing Economy. DC: Urban Institute Press ; 2007.
Freeman R. Can Marketization of Household Production Explain the Jobs Gap Puzzle?. In: Services and Employment: Explaining the US-Europe Employment Gap. Princeton University Press ; 2007. pp. Chapter 8.
The Challenge of the Growing Globalization of Labor Markets to Economic and Social Policy. In: Global Capitalism Unbound: Winners and Losers from Offshore Outsourcing. NY: Palgrave MacMillan ; 2007.
Freeman R. Labor Economics Redux. NBER Reporter; 2007 pp. 1-4.
Wadhwa V, Jasso G, Rissing B, Gereffi G, Freeman R. Intellectual Property, the Immigration Backlog, and a Reverse Brain-Drain: American’s New Immigrant Entrepreneurs, Part III, in Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation ; 2007.
Freeman R. Non-Nano Effects of Nanotechnology on the Economy. In: Nanotechnology: Society Implications II: Individual Perspectives. ; 2007.
Freeman R, Boxall P, Haynes P. Conclusion: What Workers Say in the Anglo-American World. In: What Workers Say: Employee Voice in the Anglo-American World,. Cornell University Press ; 2007.
Freeman R, Bryson A. What Voice Do British Workers Want?. In: What Workers Say: Employee Voice in the Anglo-American World,. Cornell University Press ; 2007.
Freeman R. Can the US Clear the Market for Representation and Participation?. In: What Workers Say: Employee Voice in the Anglo-American World,. (Cornell University Press ; 2007.
Boxall P, Haynes P, Freeman R. The Anglo-American Economies and Employee Voice. In: What Workers Say: Employee Voice in the Anglo-American World,. (Cornell University Press ; 2007.
Kruse D, Blasi J, Freeman R. Do Workers Gain by Sharing? Employee Outcomes Under Employee Ownership, Profit Sharing, and Broad-based Stock Options. In: Shared Capitalism: The Economic Issues,. Russell Sage Foundation for NBER ; 2007.
Freeman R, Kruse D, Blasi J. Worker Responses to Shirking. In: Shared Capitalism: The Economic Issues. Russell Sage Foundation for NBER ; 2007.
Freeman R, Chi W, Kleiner M. Adoption and Termination of Employee Involvement Programs. 2007.
Freeman R. Do Workers Still Want Unions? Yes More than Ever!, in Economics Policy Institute Policy Forum on Broadly Shared Prosperity, Work that Works. ; 2007.
Nakamura A, Freeman R, Shaw K. Jobs Online, in NBER Conference on Labor Market Intermediation. Cambridge, MA ; 2007.

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