Publications

2006
Freeman R, Bryson A. Worker Needs and Voice in the US and UK. 2006.
Will Labor Fare Better Under State Labor Relations Law?, in LERA Symposium, The NLRA After Seventy Years (An Assessment),". ; 2006.
Freeman R, Blasi J, Mackin C, Kruse D. Creating a Bigger Pie? The Effects of Employee Ownership, Profit Sharing, and Stock Options on Workplace Performance, in LERA Symposium on The Shared Capitalism Route to the Ownership Society,. ; 2006.
Freeman R, Swedenborg B, Topel RH. Att Reformera Välfärdsstaten - Amerikanskt perspektiv på den svenska modellen. Stockholm; 2006.
What Workers Want
Rogers J, Freeman R. What Workers Want. New York: Russell Sage Foundation; 2006. Publisher's Version
2005
Freeman R. Labor Economics. In: Palgrave Encyclopedia of Economics. ; 2005.
Freeman R. From the Webbs to the Web: The contribution of the Internet to Reviving Union Fortunes. In: Trade Unions: Resurgence or Demise?: Leverhulme Series Volume 3 on The Future of Trade Unions. London: Routledge ; 2005. pp. 162-184.
Freeman R. Labour Market Institutions Without Blinders: The Debate Over Flexibility and Labour Market Performance. International Economic Journal RIEJ. 2005;19 (2) :129-145.
Freeman R, Chor D. The 2004 Global Labor Survey: Workplace Institutions and Practices Around the World. 2005.
Freeman R. When China Wakes, in Slide Presentation. U.Mass Lowell ; 2005.
Freeman R. Who Will Win the Prize?. Newsweek. 2005 :42.
III WRM, Freeman R. The Cyclical Sensitivity of African Americans, in The Center for American Progress ; 2005.
III WRM, Freeman R. The Fragility of the 1990s Economic Gains, in National Economic Association Session: Does a Low Tide Lower All Boats?. Philadelphia: AEA-NEA ; 2005.
Elliott KA, Freeman R. White Hats or Don Quixotes? Human Rights Vigilantes in the Global Economy. In: Emerging Labor Market Institutions for the 21st Century. Chicago: University of Chicago Press for NBER ; 2005.
Freeman R. External and Internal Models of Crime: Economic Incentives vs. ‘Unhealthy Brains’ in Explaining Crime, in Conversations Across Social Disciplines CASD, Keynote Speech. ; 2005.
Freeman R. Fighting for Other Folks’ Wages: The Logic and Illogic of Living Wage Campaigns. Industrial Relations: Special Issue, "The Impacts of Living Wage Policies". 2005;44 (1) :14-31.
Freeman R. La Gran Duplicacion del Mercado Laboral Mundial. Punto de Equilibrio. 2005;14 (87) :10-11.
Schettkat R, Freeman R. Marketization of Production and the EU-US Gap in Work (Jobs and Home Work: Time Use Evidence). Economic Policy. 2005;20 (41) :5-50.
Rodgers W, Freeman R. The Weak Jobs Recovery: Whatever Happened to the ‘Great American Jobs Machine. FRBNY Economic Policy Review. 2005.
Chang T, Chiang H, Freeman R. Opening Doors: The Rising Proportion of Women and Minority Scientists and Engineers in the United States, in NBER Confer23 ence on Diversifying the Science and Engineering Workforce: Women, Underrepresented Minorities and their S&E Careers. Cambridge, MA ; 2005.

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