Publications: New Issue of ILR Review

The latest issue of the ILR Review is now available at the link below, with free downloads.  It features a special cluster of articles on skill shortages and skill gaps in the US and abroad and their contribution to unemployment and economic recovery.

ILR Review

March 2015; Vol. 68, No. 2

Articles

Skill Shortages, Mismatches, and Structural Unemployment: A Symposium

Lawrence M. Kahn

Skill Gaps, Skill Shortages, and Skill Mismatches: Evidence and Arguments for the United States

Peter H. Cappelli

Is Skill Mismatch Impeding U.S. Economic Recovery?

Katharine G. Abraham

A Road Map to Vocational Education and Training in Industrialized Countries

Werner Eichhorst, Núria Rodríguez-Planas, Ricarda Schmidl, and Klaus F. Zimmermann

Internal Labor Markets Under External Market Pressures

Jeong-Yeon Lee

How Institutional and Organizational Characteristics Explain the Growth of Contingent Work in China

Xiangmin Liu

Efficiency in Employee-Owned Enterprises: An Econometric Case Study of Mondragon

Saioa Arando, Monica Gago, Derek C. Jones, and Takao Kato

High-Performance Work Practices and Core Employee Wages: Evidence from Italian Manufacturing Plants

Francesca Sgobbi and Gian Carlo Cainarca

Book Reviews

Book Review: Buying Time: The Delayed Crisis of Democratic Capitalism

Robert Boyer

Book Review: The Great Transformation of Japanese Capitalism

Mari Sako

Book Review: The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress, and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies

James B. Rebitzer

Book Review: Unequal Time: Gender, Class, and Family in Employment Schedules

Matthew M. Piszczek

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