2014

Barriers and Opportunities for Entrepreneurship in Older Industrial Regions, Ziona Austrian and Merissa C. Piazza

Entrepreneurial Initiatives in Chinese Markets: Why They Are Important and What Firms Need to Know, Chieh-Chen Bowen

Midwestern Urban and Regional Responses to Global Economic Transition, William M. Bowen and Kelly L. Kinahan

Reasons for Misgivings about Local Economic Development Initiatives, William M. Bowen and Chang-Shik Song

Social Security Reform in China, Tianhong Chen and John A. Turner

Australian Pensions: An Equitable Solution in a Postcrisis World?, Ross Clare

Can Tax Expenditures Stimulate Growth in Rust Belt Cities?, Benjamin Y. Clark

Lost a Step: The Great Lakes Region and Entrepreneurship, David R. Elkins

Stop Shovelling: A New Workforce Strategy to Promote Regional Prosperity, Joel A. Elvery

The Efficiency of Defined Contribution Pension Plans in the Americas, Denise Gómez-Hernández and Alberto M. Ramírez de Jurado Frías

Introduction [to The Road through the Rust Belt], Edward W. Hill

Have Personal Retirement Savings Accounts Achieved Their Objectives in Ireland?, Gerard Hughes

The Norwegian Government Pension Fund as an Investor in Global Markets, Magdalena Mosionek-Schweda

The Reform of Social Security Pensions in Portugal: A Critical Assessment, Maria Clara Murteira

The Evolution of Clusters and Implications for the Revival of Old Industrial Cities, Haifeng Qian

Distinctly Cleveland: How the Arts are Helping to Revitalize Rust Belt Cities, Gregory M. Sadlek and Joan Chase

Pension Fund Governance, Adam Samborski

Social Security and Pension Income in Sweden, Gabriella Sjögren and Eskil Wadensjö

Pension Reform and the Measurement of Risk in Occupational Pension Plans in Poland, Marek Szczepański and Tomasz Brzęczek

Social Security and Pension Reform: The Views of 16 Authors, Marek Szczepański and John A. Turner

How Energy Policy Enabled the Decline of Midwestern Cities, and How It Can Contribute to Their Rehabilitation, Andrew R. Thomas

Social Security and Pensions in East Africa, John A. Turner

Financial Literacy, Education, and Advice, John A. Turner and Dana M. Muir

Social Security and Pension Trends around the World, John A. Turner and David Rajnes

Pension Reforms in Central and Eastern European Countries, 1998-2012, Maciej Źukowski

2013

Background, Purpose, and Methodology [Introduction to The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: The Role of Workforce Programs], Burt S. Barnow

State Approaches to the Recovery Act's Workforce Development Provisions, Burt S. Barnow

Conceptual Basis for Identifying and Measuring Occupational Labor Shortages, Burt S. Barnow, John Trutko, and Jaclyn Schede Piatak

Unemployment Insurance, Yvette Chocolaad, Wayne Vroman, and Richard A. Hobbie

Data Analysis of the Implementation of the Recovery Act Workforce Development and Unemployment Insurance Provisions, Randall W. Eberts and Stephen A. Wandner

Other Related Initiatives: Labor Market Information, Green Jobs, and Subsidized Employment, Joyce Kaiser

Wagner-Peyser Employment Services, Joyce Kaiser

Introduction and Overview [to Stages of Occupational Regulation], Morris M. Kleiner

Wagner-Peyser Act Reemployment Services, Tara C. Smith

Challenges and Accomplishments: States' Views, John Trutko and Burt S. Barnow

Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Adult and Dislocated Worker Programs, John Trutko and Burt S. Barnow

Trade Adjustment Assistance Program, Stephen A. Wandner

The Employment Act in Historical Persective, Ruth Ellen Wasem

2012

Introduction [to Education Reform and the Limits of Policy], Michael F. Addonizio and C. Philip Kearney

Introduction [to Reconnecting to Work], Lauren D. Appelbaum

Stabilizing Employment : The Role of Short-Time Compensation, Vera Brusentsev and Wayne Vroman

China's Economy from an American's Perspective, Gene H. Chang

China in 2049, Zhiwu Chen

Causality in the Relationship between Mental Health and Unemployment, Timothy M. Diette, Arthur H. Goldsmith, Darrick Hamilton, and William Darity Jr.

Foreword: What Happened to Shared Prosperity and Full Employment and How to Get Them Back: A Seussian Perspective, Richard B. Freeman

Changes in the World's Workshop: The Demographic, Social, and Political Factors behind China's Labor Movement, Mary Gallagher

Left Behind in Old Age? Sources of Support for China's Rural Elderly in a Period of Growth, Migration, and Demographic Transition, John Giles

Introduction [to Dragon versus Eagle], Wei-Chiao Huang and Huizhong Zhou

U.S.-China Economc Relations and Value Chains in Global Production Networks, Robert B. Koopman

Introduction [to Employment Growth], Albert N. Link and John T. Scott

Health Care Coverage in the United States, Nan L. Maxwell

Work Together to Let Everyone Work: A Study of the Cooperative Job-Placement Effort in the Netherlands., Hilbrand Oldenhuis and Louis Polstra

Labor Market Policy in the Great Recession: Lessons from Denmark and Germany, John Schmitt

Winners and Losers in China's Economic Reform, Terry Sicular

Labor Market Measures in the Crisis and the Convergence of Social Models, Michele Tiraboschi and Silvia Spattini

Job Displacements in Recessions: An Overview of Long-Term Consequences and Policy Options, Till von Wachter

2011

Toward the Ideal Pensional System for France, Lucy apRoberts and Pierre Concialdi

Lessons from the WIA Performance Measures, Burt S. Barnow

Bringing the Future into the Present: How Policymakers Should Deal with the Delayed Benefits of Early Childhood Programs, Timothy J. Bartik

Introduction [to Investing in Kids], Timothy J. Bartik

The National Perspective: How Local Business Incentives and Early Childhood Programs Affect the National Economy, Timothy J. Bartik

Who Benefits? Distributional Effects of Early Childhood Programs and Business Incentives, and Their Implications for Policy, Timothy J. Bartik

An Overview of WIA, Dianne Blank, Laura Heald, and Cynthia Fagnoni

The Challenge of Measuring Performance, William S. Borden

Forecasting Asset Prices Using Nonlinear Models, Michael D. Bradley and Dennis W. Jansen

Introduction [to The Workforce Investment Act], Phoebe H. Cottingham and Douglas J. Besharov

Setting the Standards: Performance Targets and Benchmarks, Pascal Courty, Carolyn J. Heinrich, and Gerald Marschke

U.S. Employment and Training Programs and Performance Standards System Design, Pascal Courty, Carolyn J. Heinrich, Gerald Marschke, and Jeffrey Smith

Measuring Government Performance: An Overview of Dysfunctional Responses, Pascal Courty and Gerald Marschke

The JTPA Incentive System: Implementing Performance Measurement and Funding, Pascal Courty and Gerald Marschke

Real-Time Forecasting, Dean Croshore

Imagining the Ideal UK Pension System, Bryn Davies

Ten Years of WIA Research, Paul T. Decker

The Ideal Pension System for Belgium, Kim De Witte

Recent Advances in Performance Measurement of Federal Workforce Development Programs, Randall W. Eberts, Timothy J. Bartik, and Wei-Jang Huang

Introduction [to What Works in Work-First Welfare], Andrew R. Feldman

One-Stop Management and the Private Sector, David Heaney

A Formal Model of a Performance Incentive System, James J. Heckman, Carolyn J. Heinrich, and Jeffrey Smith

Do Short-Run Performance Measures Predict Long-Run Impacts?, James J. Heckman, Carolyn J. Heinrich, and Jeffrey Smith

Lessons for Advancing Future Performance Standards Systems, James J. Heckman, Carolyn J. Heinrich, and Jeffrey Smith

Performance Standards and the Potential to Improve Government Performance, James J. Heckman, Carolyn J. Heinrich, and Jeffrey Smith

Do the Determinants of Program Participation Data Provide Evidence of Cream Skimming?, James J. Heckman and Jeffrey Smith

Local Responses to Performance Incentives and Implications for Program Outcomes, Carolyn J. Heinrich

A Nonexperimental Evaluation of WIA Programs, Carolyn J. Heinrich, Peter R. Mueser, Kenneth R. Toske, Kyung-Seong Jeon, and Daver C. Kahvecioglu

Advances in Economic Forecasting, Matthew L. Higgins

Short-Term Net Impact Estimates and Rates of Return, Kevin Hollenbeck

Public and Private Provision of Pensions and the Ideal Pension System for Ireland, Gerard Hughes and Jim Stewart

Nonexperimental Impact Evaluations, Haeil Jung and Maureen A. Pirog

The Use of Market Mechanisms, Christopher T. King and Burt S. Barnow

Limits to Economic Forecasting, Kajal Lahiri

Combining Forecasts with Many Predictors, Tae-Hwy Lee

Aging in the Shadow of the Three Pillars: A Generation of Pension Debates in Switzerland (1972-2010), Matthieu Leimgruber

Customized Training, David A. Long

Neither Easy Nor Cheap, Sheena McConnell, Peter Schochet, and Alberto Martini

Constructing the Ideal Pension System: The Visions of Ten Country Experts, Dana M. Muir and John A. Turner

Designing Reliable Impact Evaluations, Larry L. Orr, Stephen H. Bell, and Jacob A. Klerman

The Optimal Pension System: Is Denmark Best?, Finn Østrup

Forecasting Regional and Industry-Level Variables: Challenges and Strategies, David E. Rapach

German Private Pension Law: Current State and Future Directions, Markus Roth

Improving Impact Evaluation in Europe, Jeffrey Smith

Perspectives on Evaluating Macroeconomic Forecasts, H. O. Stekler

The Role of Occupational Pension Plans in an Optimal Polish Pension System, Marek Szczepański

The Policy Challenges of Increasing Longevity: Paying the Costs of Living Longer, John A. Turner

Imagining the Ideal U.S. Pension System, John A. Turner and Dana M. Muir

Eligible Training Provider Lists and Consumer Report Cards, Carl E. Van Horn and Aaron Fichtner

Financial Performance Incentives, Stephen A. Wandner and Michael Wiseman

How to Establish a Better Corporate Pension System in Japan, Noriyasu Watanabe

Introduction [to The Transformation of the American Pension System], Edward N. Wolff

2010

Introduction [to Globalization and International Development], Sisay Asefa

Private Solutions to Public Disasters: Self-Reliance and Social Resilience, Peter J. Boettke and Daniel J. Smith

The Economics of Disaster: Retrospect and Prospect, Hal Cochane

Introduction [to The Time Use of Mothers in the United States at the Beginning of the 21st Century], Rachel Connelly and Jean Kimmel

Are Developing Countries Converging on Intellectual Property Rights? Evidence from Plant Patents, 1977-2007, Lisa D. Cook

Training and Immigration in the Real World, Ernesto Cortés

Vernon Briggs: Real-World Labor Economist, William P. Curington

The Challenges and Opportunities of Twenty-First-Century Global Markets, Hadi Salehi Esfahani

Sectoral Approaches to Workforce Development: Toward an Effective U.S. Labor-Market Policy, Robert W. Glover and Christopher T. King

Can Globalization Help?, Ian Goldin and Kenneth A. Reinert

The Misdirected Debate over the Economics of Disabilities Accommodation, Seth D. Harris

The Road to Welfare Reform, Rucker C. Johnson, Ariel Kalil, and Rachel E. Dunifon

Globalization and Inequality among Nations, Joseph P. Joyce

Introduction [to The Economics of Natural and Unnatural Disasters], William Kern

Market and Government Failure in Insuring and Mitigating Natural Catastrophes: How Long-Term Contracts Can Help, Howard C. Kunreuther and Erwann O. Michel-Kerjan

Learning Systems for a Globalized Economy: Do Americans Face Tough Choices or Tough Times?, F. Ray Marshall

Immigration and the U.S. Labor Market, Philip L. Martin

Assessing the Briggs Approach to Polictical Refugee Policy, Larry G. Nackerud

Immigration Policy and Economic Development, James T. Peach

International Migration, Remittances, and Economic Development, Susan Pozo

The Socioeconomic Impact of Tornadoes, Daniel Sutter and Kevin M. Simmons

The Composition and Allocation of Global Financial Flows: What Are Markets Doing?, Linda Tesar

Employment and Wage Prospects of Black, White, and Hispanic Women, Marta Tienda, V. Joseph Hotz, Avner Ahituv, and Michelle Bellessa Frost

Introduction to Pension Policy, John A. Turner

Introduction [to Solving the Reemployment Puzzle], Stephen A. Wandner

Introduction [to Human Resource Economics and Public Policy], Charles J. Whalen

The Human Resource Economics of Vernon Briggs, Charles J. Whalen

Expectations and Unexpected Consequences of Public Policy toward Natural and Man-Made Disasters, Anthony M. Yezer

2009

Past Trends and Projections in Wages, Work, and Occupations in the United States, David H. Autor

Survey Data Collection Methods, Janice Ballou and Jason Markesich

What We Know about the Impacts of Workforce Investment Programs, Burt S. Barnow and Jeffrey A. Smith

Poverty, Richard V. Burkhauser, Andrew J. Houtenville, and Ludmila Rovba

Household Income, Richard V. Burkhauser, Robert R. Weathers, and Ludmila Rovba

Health and Functional Status, Gerry E. Hendershot, David C. Stapleton, and Benjamin H. Harris

Introduction [to Against the Tide: Household Structure, Opportunities, and Outcomes among White and Minority Youth], Carolyn J. Hill, Harry J. Holzer, and Henry Chen

What Might Improve the Employment and Advancement Prospects of the Poor?, Harry J. Holzer

Disability Prevalence and Demographics, Andrew J. Houtenville, Elizabeth Potamites, William A. Erickson, and S. Antonio Ruiz- Quintanilla

The Earned Income Tax Credit, Welfare Reform, and the Employment of Low-Skilled Single Mothers, Hilary Williamson Hoynes

Comparing Apples to Oranges When Evaluating Community-Based Programs and Services, Robert John LaLonde

What is New, and Permanent, about the "New Economy"?, William Lazonick

Financial Aid and Older Workers: Supporting the Nontraditional Student, Bridget Terry Long

Reflections on Economic Mobility and Policy, Bruce D. Meyer

A Not-So-Simple Gift, Michelle Miller-Adams

Helping Low-Wage Workers Persist in Education Programs: Lessons from Research on Welfare Training Programs and Two Promising Community College Strategies, Lashawn K. Richburg-Hayes

Can Residential Mobility Programs Improve Human Capital?: Comparing Social Mechanisms in Two Different Programs, James E. Rosenbaum

The Group Quarters Population, Peiyun She and David C. Stapleton

Purpose, Overview and Key Conclusions, David C. Stapleton, Andrew J. Houtenville, Robert R. Weathers, and Richard V. Burkhauser

Options for Improving Disability Data Collection, David C. Stapleton, Gina Livermore, and Peiyun She

Program Participants, David C. Stapleton, David C. Wittenburg, and Craig V.D. Thornton

Bringing Together Policymakers, Researchers, and Practitioners to Discuss Strategies for Improving Economic Mobility, Maude Toussaint-Comeau

Introduction [to Strategies for Improving Economic Mobility of Workers], Maude Toussaint-Comeau and Bruce D. Meyer

Introduction: Toward the Fourth Freedom, Joel P. Trachtman

Correctional Programs in the Age of Mass Incarceration: What Do We Know about "What Works", John H. Tyler and Jillian Berk

The Disability Data Landscape, Robert R. Weathers

Employment, Robert R. Weathers and David C. Wittenburg

2008

Removing Barriers to Work for Older Americans, Katharine G. Abraham and Susan N. Houseman

Introduction and Overview, Timothy J. Bartik and Susan N. Houseman

Design of Assistance Programs to Address Real Income Volatility, Robin W. Boadway, Katherine Cuff, and Nicolas Marceau

The Dynamics of Food Stamp Receipt After Welfare Reform Among Current and Former Welfare Recipients, Brian Cadena, Sandra K. Danziger, and Kristin S. Seefeldt

Health Coverage for Aging Baby Boomers: Findings from the Commonwealth Fund Survey of Older Adults, Sara R. Collins, Karen Davis, Cathy Schoen, Michelle M. Doty, and Jennifer L. Kriss

Introduction [to Older and Out of Work], Randall W. Eberts and Richard Hobbie

The Value of Unpaid Child Care in the United States in 2003, Nancy Folbre and Jayoung Yoon

The Age Gradient in Food Stamp Program Participation: Does Income Volatility Matter?, Craig Gundersen and James Patrick Ziliak

The Time of Our Lives, Daniel S. Hamermesh

Introduction [to Income Volatility and Food Assistance in the United States], Dean Jolliffe and James Patrick Ziliak

Trends in Income and Consumption Volatility, 1970-2000, Benjamin J. Keys

Introduction [How Do We Spend Our Time?], Jean Kimmel

Trade and Immigration: Implications for the U.S. Labor Market, Lori G. Kletzer

The Parts of Your Vehicle, Thomas Klier and James Rubenstein

Age Discrimination and Hiring: Evidence from a Labor Market Experiment, Joanna Lahey

Are Skills the Problem?: Reforming the Education and Training System in the United States, Robert I. Lerman

Variable Effects of Earnings Volatility on Food Stamp Participation, Robert Moffitt and David Christopher Ribar

Income Volatility and Its Implications for School Lunch, Constance Newman

Reemployment and Earnings Recovery among Older Unemployment Insurance Claimants, Christopher J. O'Leary and Randall W. Eberts

Improving Job Quality: Policies Aimed at the Demand Side of the Low-Wage Labor Market, Paul Osterman

Day, Evening, and Night Workers: A Comparison of What They Do in Their Nonwork Hours and with Whom they Interact, Anne E. Polivka

Income Volatility and Certification Duration for WIC Children, Mark A. Prell

Boosting the Earnings and Employment of Low-Skilled Workers in the United States: Making Work Pay and Removing Barriers to Employment and Social Mobility, Steven Raphael

The Fraction of Disability Caused at Work, Robert T. Reville and Robert Schoeni

Earnings Volatility and the Reasons for Leaving the Food Stamp Program, David Christopher Ribar and Marilyn J. Edelhoch

The Consequences of Recent Job Growth on Older Low-Income Workers, William M. Rodgers

Moving from Welfare to Work, Kristin S. Seefeldt

Disability and Retirement Among Aging Baby Boomers, Ralph Ely Smith

The Time Use of Nonworking Men, Jay Stewart

Revising Employers' Role in Sponsoring and Financing Health Insurance and Medical Care, Katherine Swartz

Improving Health Coverage before Medicare, Paul N. Van de Water

Public and Private Strategies for Assisting Older Workers, Carl E. Van Horn, Kathy Krepcio, and Neil Ridley

Household Production, Consumption, and Retirement, Jennifer L. Ward-Batts

Time to Retire the Normal Retirement Age?, Joseph White

Does Housework Continue to Narrow the Income Gap?: The Impact of American Housework on Economic Inquality, Cathleen D. Zick and W. Keith Bryant

2007

Remittance Patterns of Latin America Immigrants in the United States, Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes

Solving the Problems of Economic Development Incentives, Timothy J. Bartik

The Fiscal Consequences of Competition for Capital, Peter S. Fisher

Introduction [to Do Community Colleges Respond to Local Needs?], Duane E. Leigh and Andrew M. Gill

Nine Concrete Ways to Curtail the Economic War among the States, Greg LeRoy

International Migration and Economic Development in Low-Income Countries: Lessons from Recent Data, Robert E. Lucas

Institutional and Political Determinants of Incentive Competition, Ann R. Markusen and Katherine Nesse

Remittances in the Pacific, David J. McKenzie

Migration and Remittances, Susan Pozo

Do Better Job Creation Subsidies Hold Real Promise for Business Incentive Reformers?, William Schweke

How the EU Manages Subsidy Competition, Adinda Sinnaeve

The Effect of International Migration on Educated Unemployment, Oded Stark and C. Simon Fan

The Sources and Processes of Tax and Subsidy Competition, Kenneth P. Thomas

The Power of Home: Remittances to Families and Communities, Leah Karin VanWey

Negotiating the Ideal Deal: Which Local Governments Have the Most Bargaining Leverage?, Rachel Nicole Weber

How Does Migration Affect Local Development?: What Mexico's Experience Tells Us, Christopher Woodruff

2006

Supreme Court Supervisory Status Decisions: The Impact on the Organizing of Nurses, Steven E. Abraham, Adrienne E. Eaton, and Paula Beth Vogel Voos

America's Union-Free Movement in Light of International Human Rights Standards, Roy J. Adams

An Introduction to the Current State of Workers' Rights, Richard N. Block, Sheldon Friedman, Michelle Kaminski, and Andy Levin

International Elections Standards and NLRB Representation Elections, David L. Cingranelli

No Safe Harbor: A Review of Significant Laws Affecting Contingent Workers, Thomas A. Coens and Alvin L. Storrs

Bad Service Jobs: Can Unions Save Them? Can They Save Unions?, Laura Dresser and Annette D. Bernhardt

Dancing with the Smoke Monster: Employer Motivations for Negotiating Neutrality and Card Check Agreements, Adrienne E. Eaton and Jill Kriesky

The Commercial Temp Agency, the Union Hiring Hall, and the Contingent Workforce: Toward a Legal Reclassification of For-Profit Labor Market Intermediaries, Harris Freeman and George Gonos

Introduction [to The Shadow Workforce], Sandra E. Gleason

Where Do We Go from Here?, Sandra E. Gleason

A Logical Extreme: Proposing Human Rights as the Foundation for Workers' Rights in the United States, James A. Gross

Employment Policies and Labor Union Activities for Part-Time Workers and Dispatched Workers in Japan, Kazunari Honda

Significant Victories: An Analysis of Union First Contracts, Tom Juravich, Kate Bronfenbrenner, and Robert Hickey

Introduction and Overview [to Licensing Occupations: Ensuring Quality or Restricting Competition?], Morris M. Kleiner

Union Responses to the Challenges of Contingent Work, M. Catherine Lundy, Karen Roberts, and Douglas Becker

Low-Skilled Jobs: The Reality behind the Popular Perceptions, Nan L. Maxwell

The United States and ILO Conventions 87 and 98: The Freedom of Association and the Right to Bargain Collectively, Richard McIntyre and Matthew M. Bodah

Temporary Agency Work in Europe, François Michon

Employer Perspectives: Competing Through a Flexible Workforce, Douglas J. Miller and Jay B. Barney

Members-Only Collective Bargaining: A Back-to-Basics Approach to Union Organizing, Charles J. Morris

Introduction [to Social Security and the Stock Market], Alicia H. Munnell and Steven A. Sass

Japan's Growing Shadow Workforce, Cynthia Ozeki and Akira Wakisaka

Spatial Concentration of American Poverty: Should We Care, and What Are the Options?, Mark D. Partridge and Dan S. Rickman

Law and Collective Bargaining Power: An Experiment to Test Labor Law Reform Proposals, Gangaram Singh and Ellen J. Dannin

Individual Accounts and Social Security Reform, John Turner

Operationalizing the Shadow Workforce: Toward an Understanding of the Participants in Nonstandard Employment Relationships, Courtney von Hippel, Venkat Bendapudi, Judith W. Tansky, David B. Greenberger, Stephen L. Mangum, and Robert L. Heneman

Collective Bargaining Rights in the Public Sector: Promises and Reality, Donald S. Wasserman

Public Policy and Contingent Workers, Jeffrey Brian Wenger

No More Business as Usual: Using Pension Activism to Protect Workers' Rights, Jayne E. Zanglein

2005

The Concept of Sustainable Development: An Introduction, Sisay Asefa

Revisiting Black Lung: Can the Feds Deliver Workers' Compensation for Occupational Disease?, Peter S. Barth

Overview: The Ten Principles, Michael S. Bernick

The Adequacy of Workers' Compensation Cash Benefits, Leslie I. Boden, Robert T. Reville, and Jeff Biddle

Property Rights and the Urgent Challenge of Environmental Sustainability, David W. Bromley

Permanent Partial Disability Benefits, John F. Burton

Human Resource Management and Safety: Technical Efficiency and Economic Incentives, Richard J. Butler and Yong-Seung Park

Workers' Compensation in Rhode Island: Reform through Business Labor Cooperation, Matthew Carey

Some Neglected Aspects of Sustainable Development, Malcolm Gillis

Performance Measurement in Workers' Compensation Systems, H. Allan Hunt

Issues in Workers' Compensation Appeals System Reform, Douglas Hyatt

Welfare and Employment Transitions in the 1990s, Christopher T. King and Peter R. Mueser

How the World Survived the Population Bomb: An Economic Perspective, David Lam

Health Care and Workers' Compensation, Cameron Mustard and Sandra Sinclair

Economic Development, Inequality, and War, E. Wayne Nafziger and Juha Auvinen

How Can Behavioral Economics Inform Research on Workplace Injuries?, Robert T. Reville, Leslie I. Boden, Seth A. Seabury, and Hilary J. Rhodes

Introduction [to Workplace Injuries and Diseases], Karen Roberts

The Structure of and Incentives from Workers' Compensation Pricing, Karen Roberts

Productivity Growth in World Agriculture: Sources and Constraints, Vernon W. Ruttan

Too Poor to be Stewards? Rural Poverty and Sustainable Natural Resource Management, Scott M. Swinton

Economic Incentives and Workplace Safety, Terry Thomason

Introduction [to Unemployment Compensation Throughout the World], Wayne Vroman and Vera Brusentsev

2004

Introduction [to Leaving Welfare], Gregory Acs and Pamela Loprest

Experience and Prospects for Labor Exchange Policy, David E. Balducchi, Randall W. Eberts, and Christopher J. O'Leary

Federal-State Relations in Labor Exchange Policy, David E. Balducchi and Alison J. Pasternak

Performance Management of U.S. Job Training Programs, Burt S. Barnow and Jeffrey A. Smith

CBOs and the One-Stop Career Center System, Ramon Borges-Mendez and Edwin Meléndez

Introduction: Policy Issues and Research Questions [to Kids at Work], Rachel Connelly, Deborah S. DeGraff, and Rachel A. Willis

Interorganizational Networks among Community-Based Organizations, Héctor R. Cordero-Guzmán

Implementation Issues in Delivering Training Services to Adults Under WIA, Ronald D'Amico and Jeffrey Salzman

An Overview of the Issue, Carl Davidson and Steven J. Matusz

Individual Training Accounts, Eligible Training Provider Lists, and Consumer Report Systems, Paul T. Decker and Irma L. Perez-Johnson

Overview of Labor Exchange Policies and Services, Randall W. Eberts and Harry J. Holzer

Community Colleges as Workforce Intermediaries: Building Career Ladders for Low-Wage Workers, Joan Fitzgerald

Introduction [to Adequacy of Earnings Replacement in Workers' Compensation Programs], H. Allan Hunt and National Academy of Social Insurance

The Use of Service Providers and Brokers/Consultants in Employment and Training Programs, Janet O. Javar and Stephen A. Wandner

The Effectiveness of Publicly Financed Training in the United States: Implications for WIA and Related Programs, Christopher T. King

International Experience with Job Training: Lessons for the United States, Lori G. Kletzer and William L. Koch

The Scope of Employer-Provided Training in the United States: Who, What, Where, and How Much?, Robert I. Lerman, Signe-Mary McKernan, and Stephanie Riegg

Public Provision of Employment Services in Selected OECD Countries: The Job Brokerage Function, Douglas Lippoldt and Melvin Brodsky

Innovators Under Duress: Community Colleges in New York's Workfare Setting, Lynn McCormick

Communities and Workforce Development in the Era of Devolution, Edwin Meléndez

Community Colleges, Welfare Reform, and Workforce Development, Edwin Meléndez, Luis M. Falcón, Carlos Suárez-Boulangger, Lynn McCormick, and Alexandra de Montrichard

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Labor Exchange Services, Christopher J. O'Leary

Public Job Training: Experience and Prospects, Christopher J. O'Leary, Robert A. Straits, and Stephen A. Wandner

U.S. Job Training: Types, Participants, and History, Christopher J. O'Leary, Robert A. Straits, and Stephen A. Wandner

Introduction [to Does 'Trickle Down' Work?], Joseph Persky, Daniyel Felzenshtain, and Virginia Carlson

State and Local Labor Exchange Services, Neil Ridley and William Tracy

Competing for Contracts: Nonprofit Survival in an Age of Privatization, Mary Bryna Sanger

Addressing the Employment Challenge for the Formerly Homeless: Supportive Housing in New York City, Alex Schwartz, Edwin Meléndez, and Sarah Gallagher

Community Technology Centers: Training Disadvantaged Workers for Information Technology Jobs, Lisa J. Servon

Labor Exchange Performance Measurement, David Paul Smole

Workforce Development in the Information Technology Age, Michael A. Stoll

Corporate-Community Workforce Development Collaborations, Stacey A. Sutton

Union-Sponsored Workforce Development Initiatives, Beverly Takahashi and Edwin Meléndez

Workplace Justice in the United States: An Introduction, Hoyt N. Wheeler, Brian S. Klaas, and Douglas M. Mahony

An Overview of the U.S. Child Care Industry, Marcy Whitebook and Laura Sakai

Beyond the First Job: Career Ladder Initiatives in Information Technology Industries, Laura Wolf-Powers

Information, Tools, and Technology: Informing Labor Exchange Participants, Jim Woods and Pamela L. Frugoli

2003

Introduction and Previous Research, Amanda L. Ahlstrand, Laurie J. Bassi, and Daniel P. McMurrer

The Impact of Collective Bargaining on Competitiveness and Employment, Dale Belman and Richard N. Block

Is It Time to Declare the ADA a Failed Law?, Peter David Blanck, Susan Schwochau, and Chen Song

Basic Aluminum, Richard N. Block

Case Study Methodology, Richard N. Block

Competitiveness and Employment Protection and Creation, Richard N. Block

Overview and Conclusions, Richard N. Block

Auto Assembly, Richard N. Block and Peter Berg

Collective Bargaining in Context, Richard N. Block and Peter Berg

Introduction [to Labor Standards in the United States and Canada], Richard N. Block, Karen Roberts, and R. Oliver Clarke

A User's Guide to Current Statistics on the Employment of People with Disabilities, Richard V. Burkhauser, Andrew J. Houtenville, and David C. Wittenburg

A Review of the Evidence and Its Implications for Policy Change, Richard V. Burkhauser and David C. Stapleton

Introduction [to The Decline in Employment of People with Disabilities], Richard V. Burkhauser and David C. Stapleton

Nonstandard Work Arrangements in France and the United States: Institutional Contexts, Labor Market Conditions, and Patterns of Use, Françoise J. Carré

Work Arrangements among Women in the United States, Naomi Cassirer

Nonstandard Work in Italy and Spain: The Quest for Flexibility at the Margin in Two Supposedly Rigid Labor Markets, Inmaculada Cebrián, Luis Toharia, Gloria Moreno, Manuela Samek Lodovici, and Renata Semenza

Risk and Risk Management: Basic Concepts, Keith J. Crocker

The Americans with Disabilities Act and the Employment of People with Disabilities, Thomas C. DeLeire

Gambling with the Future: Economic and Social Perspectives on Casinos in America, William R. Eadington

Regulatory Convergence? Nonstandard Work in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands, Colette Fagan and Kevin Ward

Social Security Disability Insurance and the Recent Decline in the Employment Rate of People with Disabilities, Nanette J. Goodman and Timothy Waidmann

Employment Choices and Pay Differences between Nonstandard and Standard Work in Britain, Germany, the Netherlands, and Sweden, Siv Gustafsson, Eiko Kenjoh, and Cécile Wetzels

Introduction[to Human Capital in the United States from 1975 to 2000], Robert H. Haveman, Andrew Bershadker, and Jonathan A. Schwabish

Rising Health Care Expenditures and the Employment of People with High-Cost Chronic Conditions, Stephen C. Hill, Gina Livermore, and Andrew J. Houtenville

The Change in Work Arrangements in Denmark and Germany: Erosion or Renaissance of Standards?, Edeltraud Hoffmann and Ulrich Walwei

Introduction [to The Labor Market Experience of Workers with Disabilities], Julie L. Hotchkiss

Introduction [to Nonstandard Work in Developed Economies], Susan N. Houseman and Machiko Osawa

The Growth of Nonstandard Employment in Japan and the United States: A Comparison of Causes and Consequences, Susan N. Houseman and Machiko Osawa

Employment Declines among People with Disabilities, Andrew J. Houtenville and Mary C. Daly

Common Value Auctions and the Winner's Curse: Lessons from the Economics Laboratory, John H. Kagel

Work Attitudes and Nonstandard Work Arrangements in the United States, Japan, and Europe, Arne L. Kalleberg and Jeremy Reynolds

Social Policy in Emerging Market Economies, Ethan B. Kapstein and Branko Milanovic

Employment and the Changing Disability Population, H. Stephen Kaye

Introduction [to Job Creation, Job Destruction, and International Competition], Michael W. Klein, Scott Schuh, and Robert K. Triest

Nonstandard Work Arrangements in Japan and the United States: A Legal Perspective, Noriaki Kojima and Keiko Fujikawa

Does the Definition Affect the Outcome? Employment Trends under Alternative Measures of Disability, Douglas Kruse and Lisa Schur

States of the World and the State of Decision Theory, Mark J. Machina

Introduction [toThe Economics of Risk], Donald J. Meyer

Automobile Parts, Michael L. Moore and Richard N. Block

Introduction [to Training That Works], Richard W. Moore, Daniel R. Blake, Michael Phillips, and Daniel McConaughy

Standard and Nonstandard Work Arrangements, Pay Difference, and Choice of Work by Japanese Mothers, Nobuko Nagase

Health Care, Michael J. Polzin and Peter Berg

Risk and Agriculture: Some Issues and Evidence, Rulon D. Pope

In Search of a New Framework for Flexibility: Reregulation of Nonstandard Employment in the European Union, Isabelle Schömann and Klaus Schömannn

Have Changes in the Nature of Work or the Labor Market Reduced Employment Prospects of Workers with Disabilities?, David C. Stapleton, Andrew J. Houtenville, and Nanette J. Goodman

Sharing Very High Risks: How Government Can Make Health Insurance Markets More Efficient and More Accessible, Katherine Swartz

2002

Displaced Workers in the United States and the Netherlands, Jaap H. Abbring, Gerard J. van den Berg, Pieter A. Gautier, A. Gijsbert C. van Lomwel, J. C. van Ours, and Christopher J. Ruhm

Worker Displacement in Japan and Canada, Masahiro Abe, Yoshio Higuchi, Peter Joseph Kuhn, Masao Nakamura, and Arthur Sweetman

Employment Protection and the Consequences for Displaced Workers: A Comparison of Belgium and Denmark, Karsten Albaek, Marc van Audenrode, and Martin Browning

Fertility, Public Policy, and Mothers in the Labor Force, Susan Averett

Worker Displacement in France and Germany, Stefan Bender, Christian Dustmann, David N. Margolis, and Costas Meghir

Thinking about Child Care Policy, Barbara R. Bergmann

Federal Child Care Policy, David Blau

They Get Knocked Down. Do They Get Up Again? Displaced Workers in Britain and Australia, Jeff Borland, Paul Gregg, Genevieve Knight, and Jonathan Wadsworth

Seasonal Employment Dynamics and Welfare Use in Agricultural and Rural California Counties, Henry E. Brady, Mary Sprague, Fredric C. Gey, and Michael Wiseman

Targeting Reemployment Services in Canada: The Service and Outcome Measurement System (SOMS) Experience, Terry Colpitts and Jeffrey A. Smith

Approaching the Limit: Early National Lessons from Welfare Reform, Sheldon Danziger

Evaluation of WPRS Systems, Katherine P. Dickinson, Paul T. Decker, Suzanne D. Kreutzer, John D. Heinberg, and Walter Nicholson

Lessons Learned: Welfare Reform and Food Assistance in Rural America, Greg J. Duncan, Leslie A. Whitener, and Bruce A. Weber

Using Statistical Assessment Tools to Target Services to Work First Participants, Randall W. Eberts

A Frontline Decision Support System for One-Stop Centers, Randall W. Eberts, Christopher J. O'Leary, Kelly DeRango, and Helen Parker

A Panel Discussion on the WPRS System, Peter Fleming, Al Jaloviar, Helen Parker, Marc Perrett, and David E. Balducchi

Small Towns and Welfare Reform: Iowa Case Studies of Families and Communities, Cynthia Needles Fletcher, Jan L. Flora, Barbara J. Gaddis, Mary Winter, and Jacquelyn S. Litt

Welfare Reform in Rural Minnesota: Experimental Findings from the Minnesota Family Investment Program, Lisa A. Gennetian, Cindy Redcross, and Cynthia Miller

Rural Labor Markets in an Era of Welfare Reform, Robert M. Gibbs

The Short-Term Impacts of Welfare Reform in Persistently Poor Rural Areas, Mark Harvey, Gene F. Summers, Kathleen Ann Pickering, and Patricia O. Richards

Reducing Food Stamp and Welfare Caseloads in the South: Are Rural Areas Less Likely to Succeed Than Urban Centers?, Mark Henry, Lynn L. Reinschmiedt, Willis Lewis, and Darren Hudson

A Panel Discussion on the Experience and Future Plans of States, Richard Hobbie, Jim Finch, Chuck Middlebrooks, and Jack Weidenbach

Introduction [to Helping Working Families], Saul D. Hoffman and Laurence S. Seidman

Will Attainable Jobs Be Available for TANF Recipients in Local Labor Markets? Evidence from Mississippi on Prospects for "Job-Skill Matching" of TANF adults, Frank M. Howell

How Family Structure Affects Labor Market Outcomes, Joyce P. Jacobsen

Measures of Program Performance and the Training Choices of Displaced Workers, Louis S. Jacobson, Robert John LaLonde, Daniel Gerard Sullivan, and Kevin Hollenbeck

Location and the Low-Income Experience: Analyses of Program Dynamics in the Iowa Family Investment Program, Helen H. Jensen, Shao-Hsun Keng, and Steven Garasky

Introduction [to The Economics of Work and Family], Jean Kimmel

Introduction [to Imports, Exports, and Jobs], Lori G. Kletzer

Summary and Synthesis, Peter Joseph Kuhn

Introduction [to How New Is the "New Employment Contract"?], David I. Levine, Dale Belman, Gary Charness, Erica L. Groshen, and K. C. O'Shaughnessy

Introduction [to Carve-Outs in Workers' Compensation], David I. Levine, Frank W. Neuhauser, Richard Reuben, Jeffrey S. Petersen, and Cristian Echeverria

Rural America in Transition: Poverty and Welfare at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century, Daniel T. Lichter and Leif Jensen

Food Stamps in Rural America: Special Issues and Common Themes, Sheena M. McConnell and James Ohls

The Impact of Welfare Policy on the Employment of Single Mothers Living in Rural and Urban Areas, Signe-Mary McKernan, Robert I. Lerman, Nancy Pindus, and Jesse Valente

Profiling in Self-Employment Assistance Programs, Jon C. Messenger, Carolyn Peterson-Vaccaro, Wayne Vroman, Jacob M. Benus, and Wayne Gordon

The Decline in Food Stamp Use by Rural Low-Income Households: Less Need or Less Access?, Mark Nord

Targeting Reemployment Bonuses, Christopher J. O'Leary, Paul T. Decker, Stephen A. Wandner, and Jennifer L. Warlick

Predicting the Exhaustion of Unemployment Compensation, Robert Buckner Olsen, Marisa Kelso, Paul T. Decker, Daniel H. Klepinger, and Mark C. Berger

Introduction [to State Enterprise Zone Programs], Alan H. Peters and Peter S. Fisher

Working for All Families? Family Leave Policies in the United States, Katherin Ross Phillips

Targeting Job Retention Services for Welfare Recipients, Anu Rangarajan, Peter Z. Schochet, Dexter Chu, Timothy J. Bartik, and Donald Oellerich

Parents' Work Time and the Family, Cordelia W. Reimers

Whose Job Is It? Employers' Views on Welfare Reform, Ellen Shelton, Greg Owen, Amy Bush Stevens, Justine Nelson-Christinedaughter, Corinna Roy, and June A. Heineman

Where All the Counties Are Above Average: Human Service Agency Directors' Perspectives on Welfare Reform, Ann Tickamyer, Julie Anne White, Barry L. Tadlock, and Debra Henderson

Targeting Employment Services under the Workforce Investment Act, Stephen A. Wandner

Introduction: As the Dust Settles: Welfare Reform and Rural America, Leslie A. Whitener, Bruce A. Weber, and Greg J. Duncan

Predicting Long-Term Unemployment in Canada: Prospects and Policy Implications, Ging Wong, Harold Henson, Arun Roy, and Jeffrey A. Smith

2001

Managed Care and Social Welfare: What has Managed Care Really Done to the U.S. Health Care System?, Laurence Claude Baker

Working Time Over the Life Cycle, Michael Baker and Dwayne Benjamin

Deregulation and Restructuring in Telecommunications Services in the United States and Germany, Rosemary L. Batt and Owen Darbishire

Working Hard, Linda Bell and Richard B. Freeman

Permanent Partial Disability from Occupational Injuries, Jeff Biddle, Leslie I. Boden, and Robert T. Reville

Editors' Introduction [to Ensuring Health and Income security for an Aging Workforce], Peter Budetti, Richard V. Burkhauser, and Janice M. Gregory

How Working-Age People with Disabilities Fared over the 1990s Business Cycle, Richard V. Burkhauser, Mary C. Daly, and Andrew J. Houtenville

Retirement Trends and Policies to Encourage Work among Older Americans, Gary T. Burtless and Joseph F. Quinn

Workers' Compensation and Older Workers, John F. Burton and Emily A. Spieler

National Institutional Frameworks and Innovative Industrial Organization, Steven Casper

The Effects of Job Loss on Older Workers, Sevin Chan and Ann Huff Stevens

Commentary [on Filling Gaps in Health Coverage], Deborah J. Chollet

Design of Three Field Experiments, Walter Corson and Robert G. Spiegelman

Introduction and Background of the Reemployment Bonus Experiments, Walter Corson and Robert G. Spiegelman

From Social Experiment to Program, Carl Davidson and Stephen A. Woodbury

Bonus Impacts on Receipt of Unemployment Insurance, Paul T. Decker, Christopher J. O'Leary, and Stephen A. Woodbury

Impacts on Employment and Earnings, Paul T. Decker, Christopher J. O'Leary, and Stephen A. Woodbury

Participation in the Reemployment Bonus Experiments, Paul T. Decker, Christopher J. O'Leary, and Stephen A. Woodbury

Self-Employment and Schedule Flexibility for Married Females, Theresa J. Devine

Work Site and Work Hours: The Labor Force Flexibility of Home-Based Female Workers, Linda N. Edwards and Elizabeth Field-Hendrey

Children's Effects on Women's Labor Market Attachment and Earnings, William Edward Even and David A. Macpherson

Institutional Effects on Skill Creation and Management Development in the United States and Germany, David Finegold and Brent Keltner

Health, Disability, and the Aging Workforce from the Employer's Perspective, Bruce G. Flynn

Health and Coverage at Risk, Robert Bruce Friedland, Laura Summer, Sophie M. Korczyk, and Douglas Hyatt

Commentary [on Is Working Longer and Retiring Later Possible?], Teresa Ghilarducci

Commentary [on Chronic Illness and Disability], Vicki Gottlich and Patricia Nemore

The Growth of Income and Employment Inequality in Australian Cities, R. G. Gregory and B. H. Hunter

Covering the Uninsured: Incremental Policy Options for the United States, Jonathan Gruber

Social Insurance and the Older Worker, Robert H. Haveman

Patterns of Foregone Potential Earnings among Working-Age Males, 1975–1992, Robert H. Haveman, Larry Buron, and Andrew Bershadker

Positive Economics and Dismal Politics: The Role of Tax Policy in the Current Health Policy Debate, Robert B. Helms

Introduction and Overview [to Working Time, Vol. II], Susan N. Houseman and Alice Nakamura

U.S. Health Policy and Mothers of Children with Disabilities, Janet Hunt-McCool

Risk Shifting in Workers' Compensation, Douglas Hyatt

Large Companies and the Changing Use of Temporary Workers, Shulamit Beth Kahn, Fred K. Foulkes, and Jeffrey Heisler

A Comparative Analysis of Moonlighting in Canada and the United States, Jean Kimmel and Lisa M. Powell

Risk in Employment Arrangements, Sophie M. Korczyk

Hours Constraints: Theory, Evidence, and Policy Implications, Kevin Lang and Shulamit Beth Kahn

Adults Returning to School: Payoffs from Studying at a Community College, Duane E. Leigh and Andrew M. Gill

Short-Time Work in the United States, Alec Robert Levenson

Health Insurance and the Labor Market, Brigitte C. Madrian

Commentary [on Charting the Landscape], Walter B. Maher

Commentary [on Filling Gaps in Health Coverage], Frank B. McArdle

Health Care Consumer Choice, Catherine G. McLaughlin

Supply of Hours per Day and Days per Week: Evidence from the Canadian Labour Market Activity Survey, Richard E. Mueller

Getting Older in the 21st Century, Mark V. Nadel

Measuring the Effects of Short-Time Compensation on Workforce Dynamics, Karen E. Needels and Walter Nicholson

Policy Options for Filling Gaps in the Health Insurance Coverage of Older Workers and Early Retirees, Len M. Nichols

The Not-So-Simple Economics (and Politics) of Medicare Reform, Len M. Nichols

Unemployment Compensation and Older Workers, Christopher J. O'Leary and Stephen A. Wandner

The Life Cycle of Working Time in the United States and Canada, John D. Owen

Risk Bearing in Individual and Occupational Pension Plans, James E. Pesando and John A. Turner

Working Time, Wages, and Earnings Inequality among Men and Women in Canada, 1981–1993, W. G. Picot

Extending Health Insurance Coverage for Older Workers and Early Retirees, Karen Pollitz

Living Longer, but Able to Work?, Glenn Pransky

The Effect of a Job Loss on the Employment Experience, Benefits, and Retirement Savings of Bank Officers, Jill S. Quadagno, David A. Macpherson, and Jennifer Reid Keene

Employer Perspective on Retirement Trends and Policies to Encourage Work among Older Americans, Anna M. Rappaport

Summary and Policy Implications, Philip K. Robins

Trends in Hours of Work in the United States, Philip L. Rones, Jennifer M. Gardner, and Randy E. Ilg

Commentary [on Filling Gaps in Health Coverage], Diane Rowland

The Changing Workweek, Mike Sheridan, Deborah Sunter, and Brent Diverty

Economic Activities and the Demand for Work Sharing in Canada, Tom Siedule, Carol Guest, and Ging Wong

Early Retirees of a Telecommunications Firm: Patterns of Employment and Working Time, Gangaram Singh and Anil Verma

Commentary [on Charting the Landscape], David A. Smith

A Benefit-Cost Analysis of a Bonus Offer Program, Robert G. Spiegelman

Commentary [on Job Loss], Katherine Swartz

Health Insurance Coverage of People in the Ten Years before Medicare Eligibility, Katherine Swartz and Betsey Stevenson

Introduction [to Workers' Compensation], Terry Thomason, Timothy P. Schmidle, and John F. Burton

Introduction [to Pay at Risk], John A. Turner

Risk Sharing through Social Security Retirement Income Systems, John A. Turner

Wage and Job Risk for Workers, John A. Turner

Perils of the High and Low Roads, Lowell Turner, Kirsten S. Wever, and Michael Fichter

Mutual Learning with Trade-Offs, Kirsten S. Wever

Commentary [on Chronic Illness and Disability], Barbara L. Wolfe

Perspectives on Working Time over the Life Cycle, Michael C. Wolfson and Geoff Rowe

Introduction and Overview [to Working Time, Vol. I], Ging Wong and W. G. Picot

Introduction [to The Political Economy of Health Care Reforms], Huizhong Zhou

2000

Introduction [to Employee Benefits and Labor Markets in Canada and the United States], William T. Alpert and Stephen A. Woodbury

Local Economic Development Incentives in the United States, John E. Anderson and Robert W. Wassmer

The Impact of Sports Teams and Facilities on Neighborhood Economies: What is the Score?, Robert Allen Baade

Family Health Benefits and Worker Turnover, Dan A. Black

Current Policy Issues Towards Private Pensions in Canada and the United States, Stuart Dorsey

Market Power in Pro Sports: Problems and Solutions, Rodney D. Fort

An Economic Model of Employee Benefits and Labor Supply, Paul Fronstin

Payroll Taxation, Employer Mandates, and the Labor Market, Jonathan Gruber

Public Pension Plans in the United States and Canada, Morley Gunderson, Douglas Hyatt, and James E. Pesando

Fringe Benefits and Employment, Masanori Hashimoto

Employer-Provided versus Publicly Provided Health Insurance, Janet Hunt-McCool, Thomas Joseph McCool, and Avi Dor

Introduction [to Rising Wage Inequality], Thomas Hyclak

A Level Playing Field? Sports and Discrimination, Lawrence M. Kahn

Introduction [to The Economics of Sports], William S. Kern

Changes in Income Inequalitywithin U.S. Metropolitan Areas, Janice F. Madden

Introduction [to High School Career Academies], Nan L. Maxwell and Victor Rubin

Child Care and the Supply of Labor in Canada and the United States, Charles Michalopoulos and Philip K. Robins

Part-Time Work, Health Insurance Coverage, and the Wages of Married Women, Craig A. Olson

Labor-Market Effects of Canadian and U.S. Pension Tax Policy, James E. Pesando and John A. Turner

Did the Decline in Marginal Tax Rates during the 1980s Reduce Pension Coverage?, Patricia B. Reagan and John A. Turner

The Rise and Fall of Medicare, Andrew J. Rettenmaier and Thomas R. Saving

Does the Composition of Pay Matter?, Sherwin Rosen

Academics, Athletics, and Finances, Richard G. Sheehan

Who is Sitting in the Stands? The Income Levels of Sports Fans, John J. Siegfried and Timothy Peterson

Employee Benefits and the Distribution of Income and Wealth, Daniel Jonathan Slottje, Stephen A. Woodbury, and Rod W. Anderson

The Economics of Family and Medical Leave in Canada and the United States, Eileen Trzcinski and William T. Alpert

Economic Issues in the 1998–1999 NBA Lockout and the Problem of Competitive Balance in Professional Sports, Andrew S. Zimbalist