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Calls for Papers
A Special Issue on the New Labor Federalism
Data Transparency and Methods in Quantitative and Qualitative Research: Letter from the Editors
Rosemary Batt and Lawrence Kahn
Introduction to a Special Issue on the New Labor Federalism
Janice Fine and Michael Piore, Guest Editors
Labor’s Legacy: The Construction of Subnational Work Regulation
Daniel J. Galvin
State and Local Policies and Sectoral Labor Standards: From Individual Rights to Collective Power
Ken Jacobs, Rebecca Smith, and Justin McBride
Effects of City–State Relations on Labor Relations: The Case of Uber
The Future of Labor Localism in an Age of Preemption
Olatunde C. A. Johnson
Misclassification in Construction: The Original Gig Economy
Implementing Work Scheduling Regulation: Compliance and Enforcement Challenges at the Local Level
Susan J. Lambert and Anna Haley
Turning Rules into Resources: Worker Enactment of Labor Standards and Why It Matters for Regulatory Federalism
Natasha Iskander and Nichola Lowe
The Hospital: Life, Death, and Dollars in a Small American Town.
By Brian Alexander. Reviewed by Grace J. Whitfield.
Putting Skill to Work: How to Create Good Jobs in Uncertain Times.
By Nichola Lowe. Reviewed by Andrew Weaver.
Reworking Japan: Changing Men at Work and Play under Neoliberalism.
By Nana Okura Gagné. Reviewed by Charles Weathers.
Crossing Boundaries: Work and Industrial Relations in Perspective.
By Russell D. Lansbury. Reviewed by Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld.
From Collective Bargaining to Collective Begging: How Public Employees Win and Lose the Right to Bargain.
By Dominic D. Wells. Reviewed by Anna Mori.
Indices to Volume 74, 2021