ILR Press publishes books about workplace issues, labor, management, and social policy. Written from a variety of perspectives, these books appeal to a diverse readership that includes scholars and students throughout the social sciences; practitioners, and, increasingly, the general public. Widely regarded as the most distinguished publisher in the field, ILR Press was founded fifty years ago as the publishing division of the ILR School at Cornell University.
- Collection on Technology and Work
A series edited by Stephen R. Barley
- The Culture and Politics of Health Care Work
A series edited by Suzanne Gordon and Sioban Nelson
- Frank W. Pierce Memorial Lectureship and Conference Series
- LERA Research Volumes
Published by the Labor and Employment Relations Association and distributed by ILR Press