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Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society

2011 - 2024

Current editor(s): Christopher (Kitt) Carpenter, Steven Raphael and stevenraphael@berkeley.edu

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Volume 63, month 07, 2024

Do supplementary jobs for welfare recipients increase the chance of welfare exit? Evidence from Germany pp. 291-324 Downloads
Alexander Mosthaf, Thorsten Schank and Stefan Schwarz
Vocational training during the COVID‐19 pandemic: Under what conditions does the public support state subsidies for training firms? pp. 325-342 Downloads
Anna Heusler and Monika Senghaas
Politicized shopping in the gig economy: Retaliation and solidarity on the “other side” of the app pp. 343-367 Downloads
Michael David Maffie
Still part of the game—corporatism and political exchanges in two small states pp. 368-388 Downloads
Mikkel Mailand
Coworker networks and the labor market outcomes of displaced workers: Evidence from Portugal pp. 389-413 Downloads
Jose Garcia‐Louzao and Marta Silva

Volume 63, month 04, 2024

Power resources for disempowered workers? Re‐conceptualizing the power and potential of consumers in app‐based food delivery pp. 107-131 Downloads
Caleb Goods, Alex Veen, Tom Barratt and Brett Smith
Some facts about concentrated labor markets in the United States pp. 132-151 Downloads
Elizabeth Weber Handwerker and Matthew Dey
Unions as insurance: Workplace unionization and workers' outcomes during COVID‐19 pp. 152-171 Downloads
Nils Braakmann and Boris Hirsch
How did the COVID‐19 pandemic affect men's and women's returns to unionization? pp. 172-204 Downloads
Eunice S. Han
“Which side are you on?” A historical study of union membership composition in seven Western countries pp. 205-287 Downloads
Cyprien Batut, Ulysse Lojkine and Paolo Santini

Volume 63, month 01, 2024

Performance‐related pay, mental and physiological health pp. 3-25 Downloads
Nicole Andelic, Julia Allan, Keith Bender, Daniel Powell and Ioannis Theodossiou
The limits of using grievance procedures to combat workplace discrimination pp. 26-42 Downloads
Ayushi Narayan
Worker Congresses in China: Do they matter? pp. 43-58 Downloads
Morley K. Gunderson, Byron Y. Lee and Hui Wang
Visible hands: How gig companies shape workers' exposure to market risk pp. 59-79 Downloads
Michael David Maffie
The high costs of outsourcing: Vendor errors, customer mistreatment, and well‐being in call centers pp. 80-103 Downloads
Sean O'Brady, Virginia Doellgast and David Blatter

Volume 62, month 10, 2023

Quantifying and explaining the decline in public schoolteacher retirement benefits pp. 335-358 Downloads
Nino Abashidze, Robert L. Clark and Lee A. Craig
What is the best website for recruiting? pp. 359-379 Downloads
Véronique Rémy and Véronique Simonnet
Social norms and gendered occupational choices of men and women: Time to turn the tide? pp. 380-410 Downloads
Patricia Palffy, Patrick Lehnert and Uschi Backes‐Gellner
The employer perspective on wage law non‐compliance: State of the field and a framework for new understanding pp. 411-438 Downloads
Stephen Clibborn and Sally Hanna‐Osborne
Five decades of CPS wages, methods, and union‐nonunion wage gaps at Unionstats.com pp. 439-452 Downloads
David A. Macpherson and Barry T. Hirsch

Volume 62, month 07, 2023

The employment effects of working time reductions: Sector‐level evidence from European reforms pp. 217-232 Downloads
Cyprien Batut, Andrea Garnero and Alessandro Tondini
Does robotization affect job quality? Evidence from European regional labor markets pp. 233-256 Downloads
José‐Ignacio Antón, Enrique Fernández‐Macías and Rudolf Winter‐Ebmer
Different degrees of skill obsolescence across hard and soft skills and the role of lifelong learning for labor market outcomes pp. 257-287 Downloads
Tobias Schultheiss and Uschi Backes‐Gellner
Amplifying the gender gap in academia: “Caregiving” at work during the pandemic pp. 288-316 Downloads
Colleen Flaherty Manchester, Sophie Leroy, Patricia C. Dahm and Theresa M. Glomb
Productivity dynamics of remote work during the COVID‐19 pandemic pp. 317-331 Downloads
Masayuki Morikawa

Volume 62, month 04, 2023

Comparative impacts of the COVID‐19 pandemic on work and employment—Why industrial relations institutions matter pp. 115-125 Downloads
Tony Dobbins, Stewart Johnstone, Marta Kahancová, J. Ryan Lamare and Adrian Wilkinson
Delivering the goods? German industrial relations institutions during the COVID‐19 crisis pp. 126-144 Downloads
Martin Behrens and Andreas Pekarek
The cooperation between business organizations, trade unions, and the state during the COVID‐19 pandemic: A comparative analysis of the nature of the tripartite relationship pp. 145-171 Downloads
Bernd Brandl
Beyond the brands: COVID‐19, supply chain governance, and the state–labor nexus pp. 172-188 Downloads
Michele Ford, Michael Gillan and Kristy Ward
Inequalities in the disruption of paid work during the Covid‐19 pandemic: A world systems analysis of core, semi‐periphery, and periphery states pp. 189-213 Downloads
Danat Valizade, Manhal Ali and Mark Stuart

Volume 62, month 01, 2023

Workers’ tenure and firm productivity: New evidence from matched employer‐employee panel data pp. 3-33 Downloads
Nicola Gagliardi, Elena Grinza and Francois Rycx
A large‐scale field experiment on occupational gender segregation and hiring discrimination pp. 34-59 Downloads
Mladen Adamovic and Andreas Leibbrandt
Informalization in gig food delivery in the UK: The case of hyper‐flexible and precarious work pp. 60-77 Downloads
Pedro Mendonça, Nadia K. Kougiannou and Ian Clark
Intersectional organizing: Building solidarity through radical confrontation pp. 78-111 Downloads
Tamara L. Lee and Maite Tapia

Volume 61, month 10, 2022

Performance pay, working hours, and health‐related absenteeism pp. 327-352 Downloads
Jed DeVaro
Performance pay and alcohol use in Germany pp. 353-383 Downloads
Mehrzad B. Baktash, John Heywood and Uwe Jirjahn
Myth or measurement: What does the new minimum wage research say about minimum wages and job loss in the United States? pp. 384-417 Downloads
David Neumark and Peter Shirley
The wage impact of being a works council representative in Germany: A case of strategic discrimination? pp. 418-455 Downloads
Clément Brébion

Volume 61, month 07, 2022

Introduction: Frames and framing in human relations and industrial relations research pp. 259-267 Downloads
John‐Paul Ferguson
Making sense of (mis)matched frames of reference: A dynamic cognitive theory of (in)stability in HR practices pp. 268-289 Downloads
John Budd, Dionne Pohler and Wei Huang
Frames of reference in managing employment from the perspective of economics of conventions pp. 290-302 Downloads
Julia Brandl
Implications of frames of reference for strategic human resource management research: Opportunities and challenges pp. 303-313 Downloads
Kaifeng Jiang, Wei Shi and Xin Wen
Frames or social structures? Comment on “Making sense of (mis)matched frames of reference: A dynamic cognitive theory of (in)stability in HR practices” pp. 314-318 Downloads
Nathan Wilmers
Making sense of (mis)matched frames of reference: A dynamic cognitive theory of (in)stability in HR practices: A dialogue pp. 319-323 Downloads
J. Adam Cobb

Volume 61, month 04, 2022

Are workers rewarded for inconsistent performance? pp. 137-151 Downloads
Anil Özdemir, Helmut Dietl, Giambattista Rossi and Rob Simmons
What do unions do… for temps? Collective bargaining and the wage penalty pp. 193-227 Downloads
Adam Seth Litwin and Or Shay
Effects of recent minimum wage policies in California and nationwide: Results from a pre‐specified analysis plan pp. 228-255 Downloads
David Neumark and Maysen Yen

Volume 61, month 01, 2022

Ideas and power in employment relations studies pp. 3-21 Downloads
Martin B. Carstensen, Christian Lyhne Ibsen and Vivien A. Schmidt
The relative importance of industrial relations ideas in politics: A quantitative analysis of political party manifestos across 54 countries pp. 22-49 Downloads
J. Ryan Lamare and John Budd
FICTION WORKS: Cultural ideas and the design of industrial relations systems in Britain and Denmark pp. 50-67 Downloads
Cathie Jo Martin
“A bridge too far?” Ideas, employment relations and policy‐making about the future of work pp. 68-89 Downloads
Susan Ainsworth and Angela Knox
The politics of Uber in Quebec. A discursive institutionalist study pp. 91-108 Downloads
Urwana Coiquaud and Lucie Morissette
Puzzling choices in hard times: Union ideologies of social concertation in the Great Recession pp. 109-134 Downloads
Arianna Tassinari, Jimmy Donaghey and Manuela Galetto
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