ILR Review

For more than 75 years, the ILR Review has been at the forefront of publishing peer-reviewed research on work and employment relations. The Review, published by SAGE Publications, is part of the Cornell University ILR School, which is regarded as the leading academic institution focused on the world of work.

We are dedicated to international and interdisciplinary research that advances new theory, presents novel empirical work, and informs organizational and public policy.

Contact us at:
ILR Review
242 and 244 Ives East Building
ILR School, Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853
(607) 255-3295

Calls for Papers

Announcing a Conference and Special Issue on Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work (PDF, 203 KB)

Now accepting submissions for a special series on Novel Technologies at Work (PDF, 139 KB)

Now accepting submissions for a special series on Work, Labor, and Employment Relations in the COVID-19 Era (PDF, 142 KB)

Announcing the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA) and ILR Review Best Paper Competition. (PDF, 182 KB)

Now accepting submissions for a special series on Industry and Organization Studies, in partnership with the Industry Studies Association (ISA). (PDF, 206 KB)

Current Issue – Volume 77, Number 2, March 2024


Evidence on the Relationship between Pension-Driven Financial Incentives and Late-Career Attrition: Implications for Pension Reform
Dan Goldhaber, Cyrus Grout, Kristian L. Holden, and Josh B. McGee
Entrepreneurship Lock and the Demand for Health Insurance: Evidence from the US Affordable Care Act
Margaret E. Blume-Kohout
Employer Discretion: The Role of Collective Agreements in the Liberalization of Industrial Relations
Saskia Boumans
Effects of Workplace Competition on Work Time and Gender Inequality
Amalia R. Miller, Ragan Petrie, and Carmit Segal
Group-Based Incentives and Individual Performance: A Study of the Effort Response
Anders Frederiksen, Daniel Baltzer Schjødt Hansen, and Colleen Flaherty Manchester

Book Reviews

Stitching Governance for Labour Rights: Towards Transnational Industrial Democracy? By Juliane Reinecke and Jimmy Donaghey.
Reviewed by Stephen J. Frenkel.
Marketization: How Capitalist Exchange Disciplines Workers and Subverts Democracy. By Ian Greer and Charles Umney.
Reviewed by Damian Grimshaw.
Exit, Voice, and Solidarity: Contesting Precarity in the US and European Telecommunications Industries. By Virginia Doellgast.
Reviewed by Jimmy Donaghey.
Data Driven: Truckers, Technology, and the New Workplace Surveillance. By Karen Levy.
Reviewed by Jenna Burrell.
Digital Work Platforms at the Interface of Labour Law: Regulating Market Organisers. By Eva Kocher.
Reviewed by Tammy Katsabian.