Labor Economics

January 1991
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan91, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p383
Academic Journal
The article cites several research in progress on labor economics as of January 1991. They include "Economics of Art Museums," "Labor Market Dimensions of Self-Employment," "Labor Market Transformation: The Role of U.S. Immigration Policy, "Problems of Men and Women in Dual Earner Families," "Alcohol Use, Educational Decisions, and Labor Market Outcomes of American Youth," "Studies of Higher Education Labor Markets," "Education, Income Distribution, and Worker Productivity," "Labor Markets in Developing Countries," "Work Redesign in Merchant Shipping," and "The Dutch Version of World Class Manufacturing."


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