How Perceived Control Motivates the Individualization of Work–Life Conflict

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Alison T. Wynn of Stanford University and Aliya Hamid Rao of Singapore Management University. They recently published an article in the ILR Review entitled “Failures of Flexibility: How Perceived Control Motivates the Individualization of Work–Life Conflict,” which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they recount the motivations for … Continue reading How Perceived Control Motivates the Individualization of Work–Life Conflict

Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Behavioral Norms

[Dr. Marina Gorsuch, Professor of St. Catherine University, recently wrote an article in the ILR Review entitled “Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Behavioral Norms in the Labor Market.” We are pleased to feature it and it will be free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Gorsuch discusses how she became inspired to conduct this type of research … Continue reading Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Behavioral Norms

Social Exchange and the Effects of Employee Stock Options

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Peter Cappelli of the University of Pennsylvania, Martin Conyon of Bentley University, David Almeda of Kronos Incorporated. They recently published an article in the ILR Review entitled “Social Exchange and the Effects of Employee Stock Options,” which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they describe the motivation for … Continue reading Social Exchange and the Effects of Employee Stock Options

Academic Entrepreneurship: Bayh-Dole versus the “Professor’s Privilege”

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Thomas Astebro of HEC Paris, Serguey Braguinsky of the University of Maryland, Pont Braunerhjelm of KTH Royal Institute of Technology, and Anders Brostrom of  KTH Royal Institute of Technology. They recently published an article in the ILR Review entitled “Academic Entrepreneurship: Bayh-Dole versus the “Professor’s Privilege”, which is currently free to read … Continue reading Academic Entrepreneurship: Bayh-Dole versus the “Professor’s Privilege”

What Do Unions Do for Mothers?

Tae-Youn Park of Vanderbilt University, Eun-Suk Lee of Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, and John W. Budd of the University of Minnesota recently published in article in the ILR Review entitled, "What Do Unions Do for Mothers? Paid Maternity Leave Use and the Multifaceted Roles of Labor Unions," which is free to read for … Continue reading What Do Unions Do for Mothers?

ILR Review’s Special Issue on Immigration is now online!

The August 2018 Special Issue of the ILR Review is now online to view! This issue gathers cross-national perspectives of immigration legalization to provide a better understanding of immigration as a worldwide phenomenon. Below is an excerpt from the special issue introduction entitled “Introduction to a Special Issue on the Impact of Immigrant Legalization Initiatives: International … Continue reading ILR Review’s Special Issue on Immigration is now online!

HRM and Small-Firm Employee Motivation – Before and After the Great Recession

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Dr. Alex Bryson of the University College London and Dr. Michael White Emeritus Fellow at Universty of Westminster.  They recently published an article in the ILR Review entitled “HRM and small-firm employee motivation – before and after the Great Recession," which is currently free to read for a limited time. … Continue reading HRM and Small-Firm Employee Motivation – Before and After the Great Recession

New special issue on precarious labour from Work, Employment and Society

[We are pleased to welcome Gabriella Alberti, Ioulia Bessa, Kate Hardy, Vera Trappmann and Charles Umney from Leeds Business School. They recently edited a special issue for Work, Employment and Society on precarious labour.] The special issue In, Against and Beyond Precarity: The Struggles of Insecure Workers received almost 100 submissions, one of the highest … Continue reading New special issue on precarious labour from Work, Employment and Society

The Governance of Labor Standards in Australian and German Garment Supply Chains

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Dr. Elke Schuessler of the Institute of Organization Science at the Johannes Kepler University Linz, Dr. Stephen J. Frenkel of the University of New South Wales, and Dr. Chris F. Wright of the University of Sydney Business School.  They recently published an article in the ILR Review entitled “Focusing Events and … Continue reading The Governance of Labor Standards in Australian and German Garment Supply Chains

The Short-Term Employment Costs of Regulatory Reforms

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Dr. Andrea Bassanini of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and Federico Cingano Bank of Italy.  They recently published an article in the ILR Review entitled “Before it Gets Better: The Short-Term Employment Costs of Regulatory Reforms," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they … Continue reading The Short-Term Employment Costs of Regulatory Reforms