Freeman R. Fellowship Stipend Support and the Supply of Science and Engineering Students: NSF Graduate Research Fellowships. American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings. 2005;95 (2) :61-66.
Freeman R. Labor Goes Global: The Effects of Globalization on Workers Around the World, in 2004 Eighth Annual Rocco C. and Marion S. Siciliano Forum: Considerations on the Status of the American Society. ; 2005.
Freeman R. The Great Doubling: Labor in the New Global Economy, in 2005 Usery Lecture in Labor Policy,. University of Atlanata, GA ; 2005.
What Really Ails Europe (and America): The Doubling of the Global Labor Force: who pays the price of globalization. The Globalist. 2005. Publisher's Version
Freeman R. The Human Resource Leapfrog Model and US Economic Leadership, in CFR Roundtable - Technology, Innovation, and American Primacy. Council on Foreign Relations ; 2005.
Freeman R. En Busco del Nicho del Perú en la Economía Global. In: Cambios Globales y el Mercado Laboral Peruano: Comercio, Legislación, Capital Humano y Empleo. ; 2005. pp. Chapter 2.
Freeman R. A Labor Shortage When the Baby Boomers Retire?, in Urban Institute Conference on Workforce Policies for the Next Decade and Beyond. ; 2005.
Freeman R. La Révolution Globale. Courrier de la Planéte: Promesses et incertitudes. 2005;78 :52-53.
Freeman R. Vorsprung durch Masse. Financial Times Deutschland. 2005.
Freeman R. Does Globalization of the Scientific/Engineering Workforce Threaten US Economic Leadership?. In: Innovation Policy and the Economy Volume 6. MIT Press for NBER ; 2005.
Freeman R. The Advent of Open Source Unionism?. Critical Perspectives on International Business CPOIB, Double Special Issue. 2005;1 (2/3) :79-92.
Bryson A, Freeman R. Similar Problems, Different Solutions? How U.S. and U.K. Workers Confront Workplace Problems, in SOLE / EALE Tenth Annual meetings. San Francisco, CA ; 2005.
Chi W, Kleiner M, Freeman R. Does Changing Employers Improve Job Satisfaction?, in SOLE / EALE Tenth Annual Meetings. San Francisco, CA ; 2005.
Kaufman BE, Freeman R, Bennett JT. What Do Unions Do? The 2004 M-Brane Stringtwister Edition. In: What Do Unions Do? The Evidence Twenty Years Later. Journal of Labor Research XXVI(4). ; 2005. pp. 641-668.
Freeman R, Bryson A. The Role of Worker Needs in Generating Desire for Voice: The case of Workers in the US and the UK. 2005.
Policy Implications of International Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars in the United States
on of and in the States CPIIGSPSU, on and Workforce BHE, Council NR. Policy Implications of International Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars in the United States. Washington, D.C. National Academies Press; 2005. Publisher's VersionAbstract
Policy Implications of International Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars in the United States explores the role and impact of students and scholars on US educational institutions and the US economy. The nation has drawn increasingly on human resources abroad for its science and engineering workforce. However, competition for talent has grown as other countries have expanded their research infrastructure and created more opportunities for international students. The report discusses trends in international student enrollments, stay rates, and examines the impact of visa policies on international mobility of the highly skilled.
Freeman R, Hersch J, Mishel L. Emerging Labor Market Institutions for the 21st Century. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 2005.
Freeman R. The Road to Union Renascence in the U.S. In: Changing Role of Unions: New Forms of Representation. ME Sharpe ; 2004. pp. 3-21.
Freeman R. Trade Wars: The Exaggerated Impact of Trade in Economic Debate. The World Economy. 2004;27 (1).
Card D, Freeman R. What Have Two Decades of British Economic Reform Delivered?. In: Seeking a Premiere League Economy. University of Chicago Press for NBER, CEP, and IFS ; 2004. pp. 9-61.