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Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society

2011 - 2022

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

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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

Volume 60, month 10, 2021

Practice What You Preach: The Gender Pay Gap in Labor Union Compensation pp. 403-435 Downloads
Rachel Aleks, Tina Saksida and Sam Kolahgar
Worker Participation in Decision‐making, Worker Sorting, and Firm Performance pp. 436-478 Downloads
Steffen Mueller and Georg Neuschaeffer
Does the Gender Mix Influence Collective Bargaining on Gender Equality? Evidence from France pp. 479-520 Downloads
Anne‐Sophie Bruno, Nathalie Greenan and Jeremy Tanguy
Immigration Status Uncertainty and Mental Health—Evidence from Brexit pp. 521-548 Downloads
Nils Braakmann

Volume 60, month 07, 2021

Labor‐Management Partnerships' Effects On Unionists' Interaction Networks: Evidence From Us Public Schools pp. 277-306 Downloads
John E. McCarthy
Collective Voice and Worker Well‐being: Union Influence on Performance Monitoring and Emotional Exhaustion in Call Centers pp. 307-337 Downloads
Sean O’Brady and Virginia Doellgast
Trade Union Legitimacy and Legitimation Politics in Australia and New Zealand pp. 338-369 Downloads
Chris F. Wright and Colm McLaughlin
Are Estimates of Non‐Standard Employment Wage Penalties Robust to Different Wage Measures? The Case of Zero‐hour Contracts in the UK pp. 370-399 Downloads
Egidio Farina, Colin Green and Duncan McVicar

Volume 60, month 04, 2021

Analyzing the Influence of Occupational Licensing Duration and Grandfathering on Wage Determination pp. 147-187 Downloads
Suyoun Han and Morris M. Kleiner
Losing Control? Unions’ Representativeness, Pirate Collective Agreements, and Wages pp. 188-218 Downloads
Claudio Lucifora and Daria Vigani
Cognitive Load and Occupational Injuries pp. 219-242 Downloads
Eric Bonsang and Eve Caroli
Strikes in British Coal Mining, 1893–1940: Testing Models of Strikes pp. 243-273 Downloads
Michele Campolieti

Volume 60, month 01, 2021

Affirmative Action and Intersectionality at the Top: Evidence from South Africa pp. 3-35 Downloads
Stephan Klasen and Anna Minasyan
Are Minimum Wage Effects Greater in Low‐Wage Areas? pp. 36-83 Downloads
Anna Godoey and Michael Reich
Extreme Wages, Performance, and Superstars in a Market for Footballers pp. 84-118 Downloads
Rachel Scarfe, Carl Singleton and Paul Telemo
‘til Dissolution Do Us Part: (Re)Assessing the First Contract and Trial Marriage Goals of First Contract Arbitration in Ontario pp. 119-144 Downloads
Bradley R. Weinberg

Volume 59, month 10, 2020

Labor Markets in Crisis: The Double Liability of Low‐Wage Work During COVID‐19 pp. 503-531 Downloads
Kourtney Koebel and Dionne Pohler
Does Employing Older Workers Affect Workplace Performance? pp. 532-562 Downloads
Alex Bryson, John Forth, Helen Gray and Lucy Stokes
The Effects of Teachers’ Unions on the Gender Pay Gap among U.S. Public School Teachers pp. 563-603 Downloads
Eunice S. Han
What Do Unions Do to Work Design? Computer Use, Union Presence, and Tayloristic Jobs in Britain pp. 604-626 Downloads
Simon Eisele and Martin R. Schneider

Volume 59, month 07, 2020

Motivational Drivers of Extensive Work Effort: Are Long Hours Always Detrimental to Well‐being? pp. 355-398 Downloads
Argyro Avgoustaki and Almudena Cañibano
To Work or Not to Work? The Effect of Higher Pension Age on Cardiovascular Health pp. 399-434 Downloads
Chiara Ardito, Roberto Leombruni, David Blane and Angelo d’Errico
Student Access to Apprenticeships: Evidence from a Vignette Experiment pp. 435-465 Downloads
Ilse Tobback, Dieter Verhaest and Stijn Baert
A Switch or a Process? Disentangling the Effects of Union Membership on Political Attitudes in Switzerland and the UK pp. 466-499 Downloads
Sinisa Hadziabdic and Lucio Baccaro

Volume 59, month 04, 2020

Equal Pay for Equal Task: Assessing Heterogeneous Returns to Tasks across Genders pp. 197-239 Downloads
Elizabeth Casabianca, Alessia Lo Turco and Claudia Pigini
Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance: The Role of Executive Compensation pp. 240-274 Downloads
Sandra Cavaco, Patricia Crifo and Aymeric Guidoux
Immigrants and Workplace Training: Evidence from Canadian Linked Employer–Employee Data pp. 275-315 Downloads
Benoit Dostie and Mohsen Javdani
The Myth of Unions’ Overprotection of Bad Teachers: Evidence from the District–Teacher Matched Data on Teacher Turnover pp. 316-352 Downloads
Eunice S. Han

Volume 59, month 01, 2020

How Common Are Bad Bosses? pp. 3-39 Downloads
Benjamin Artz, Amanda H. Goodall and Andrew Oswald
Labor Courts and Firing Costs: The Labor‐Market Effects of Trial Delays pp. 40-84 Downloads
Giuseppina Gianfreda and Giovanna Vallanti
Dissecting Between‐Plant and Within‐Plant Wage Dispersion: Evidence from Germany pp. 85-122 Downloads
Daniel Baumgarten, Gabriel Felbermayr and Sybille Lehwald
The Role of Digital Communities in Organizing Gig Workers pp. 123-149 Downloads
Michael David Maffie
The Impact of Sickness Absenteeism on Firm Productivity: New Evidence from Belgian Matched Employer–Employee Panel Data pp. 150-194 Downloads
Elena Grinza and Francois Rycx
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