Academic Journal Articles

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  • Amine, S., & Dos Santos, P. L. (2010). Technological Choices and Unemployment Benefits in a Matching Model with Heterogenous Workers. Journal of Economics, 101(1), 1-19.
  • Afonso, O. (2010). Non-Scale Effects of International Technological-Knowledge Diffusion on Southern Growth and Wages. The Japanese Economic Review, 61(3)
  • Allegretto, S., & Lynch, D. (2010). The Composition of the Unemployed and Long-Term Unemployed in Tough Labor Markets. Monthly Labor Review, 133(10), 3-18.
  • Beladi, H., Chakrabarti, A., & Marjit, S. (2010). Skilled-Unskilled Wage Inequality and Urban Unemployment. Economic Inquiry, 48(4), 997-1007.
  • Brecher, R. a., & Chen, Z. (2010). Unemployment of Skilled and Unskilled Labor in an Open Economy: International Trade, Migration, and Outsourcing. Review of International Economics, 18(5), 990-1000.
  • Canova, F., López-Salido, D., & Michelacci, C. (2010). The Effects of Technology Shocks on Hours and Output: A Robustness Analysis. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 25(5), 755- 773.
  • Castelló-Climent, A. (2010). Inequality and Growth in Advanced Economies: An Empirical Investigation. The Journal of Economic Inequality, 8(3), 293-321.
  • Chadi, A. (2010). How to Distinguish Voluntary from Involuntary Unemployment: On the Relationship between the Willingness to Work and Unemployment-Induced Unhappiness. KYKLOS, 63(3), 317-329. Christian, M. S. (2010). Human Capital Accounting in the United States, 1994–2006. Survey of Current Business, 90(6), 31-37.
  • Comin, Diego and Hobijn, Bart (2010). An Exploration of Technology Diffusion. American Economic Review, 100(5): 2031-2059.
  • Comin, Diego and Hobijn, Bart (2010). Technology Diffusion and Postwar Growth. NBER Macroeconomics Annual 25.
  • Corrado, Carol (2010, May). "How do you Measure a Technological Revolution?" with Charles R. Hulten. American Economic Review 100(5): 99-104.
  • Cozzi, G. (2010). Government Spending Composition, Technical Change, and Wage Inequality. Journal of the European Economic Association, 8(6), 1325-1358.
  • Darity, W. a. (2010). A Direct Route to Full Employment. The Review of Black Political Economy, 37(3-4), 179-181.
  • David, N. B. (2010). An Iteration Process for Calculating Labour Market Flows. Applied Economics, 42(29), 3761-3766.
  • Esteban-Pretel, J., & Faraglia, E. (2010). Monetary Shocks in a Model with Skill Loss. Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, 42(7), 1235-1265.
  • Evans, C. L. (2010). Labor Markets and Monetary Policy. Business Economics, 45(3), 152-157.
  • Fair, R. C. (2010). Estimated Macroeconomic Effects of the U.S. Stimulus Bill. Contemporary Economic Policy, 28(4), 439-452.
  • Gavrel, F., Lebon, I., & Rebière, T. (2010). Career Paths, Unemployment, and the Efficiency of the Labor Market: Should Youth Employment Be Subsidized? Journal of Public Economic Theory, 12(3), 533-560.
  • Goniadis, I., & Goniadis, Y. (2010). Patent as a Motivation of Starting a New Entrepreneurial Activity of High Potential. International Journal of Economic Sciences an Applied Research, 3(1), 97-108.
  • Grün, C., Hauser, W., & Rhein, T. (2010). Is Any Job Better than No Job? Life Satisfaction and Re-employment. Journal of Labor Research, 31(3), 285-306.
  • Haruyama, T., & Leith, C. (2010). Unemployment and the Productivity Slowdown: an Effciency Wage Perspective. The Japanese Economic Review, 61(3), 301-319.
  • Hausknecht, J. P., & Trevor, C. O. (2010). Collective Turnover at the Group, Unit, and Organizational Levels: Evidence, Issues, and Implications. Journal of Management, 37(1), 352-388.
  • Hellier, J., & Chusseau, N. (2010). Globalization and the Inequality-Unemployment Tradeoff. Review of International Economics, 18(5), 1028-1043.
  • Henderson, J. (2010). Will the Rural Economy Rebound in 2010. Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Economic Review, 95(1), 95-120.
  • Hijzen, A., Upward, R., & Wright, P. W. (2010). The Income Losses of Displaced Workers. Journal of Human Resources, 45(1), 243-269.
  • Hitt, Lorin, and Tambe, Prasanna (2010, October 16). How Offshoring Affects IT Workers. Communications of the ACM, 53(10): 62-70.
  • Inkmann, J. (2010). Estimating Firm Size Elasticities of Product and Process R&D. Economica, 77(306), 384-402.
  • Kapeliushnikov, R. (2010). Productivity and Cost of Labor. Problems of Economic Transition, 53(1), 17-40.
  • Kitaura, K. (2010). Fiscal Policy and Economic Growth in the Imperfect Labor Market. Metroeconomica, 61(4), 686-700.
  • Krusell, P., Mukoyama, T., & ?ahin, A. (2010). Labour-Market Matching with Precautionary Savings and Aggregate Fluctuations. The Review of Economic Studies, 77(4), 1477-1507.
  • Kuhn, P., & Riddell, C. (2010). The Long-Term Effects of Unemployment Insurance: Evidence from New Brunswick and Maine, 1940–1991. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 63(2), 183-204.
  • Levine, P., Lotti, E., Pearlman, J., & Pierse, R. (2010). Growth and Welfare Effects of World Migration. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 57(5), 615-644.
  • Liu, X., & Batt, R. (2010). How Supervisors Influence Performance: a Multilevel Study of Coaching and Group Management in Technology-Mediated Services. Personnel Psychology, 63(2), 265-298.
  • Luechinger, S., & Stutzer, A. (2010). Why Does Unemployment Hurt the Employed? Evidence from the Life Satisfaction Gap Between the Public and the Private Sector. Journal of Human Resources, 45(4), 998-1045
  • Maertz Jr., C. P., Wiley, J. W., LeRouge, C., & Campion, M. A. (2010). Downsizing Effects on Survivors: Layoffs, Offshoring, and Outsourcing. Industrial Relations, 49(2), 275-286.
  • Milberg, W., & Winkler, D. (2010). Economic Insecurity in the New Wave of Globalization: Offshoring and the Labor Share Under Varieties of Capitalism. International Review of Applied Economics, 24(3),
  • Munch, J. R. (2010). Whose Job Goes Abroad? International Outsourcing and Individual Job Separations. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 112(2), 339-360.
  • Newman, I. (2010). Welfare Reform: Silencing the Unemployed. Local Economy, 25(5-6), 382- 389
  • Parello, C. P. (2010). A Schumpeterian Growth Model With Equilibrium Unemployment. Metroeconomica, 61(2), 398-426.
  • Pissarides, C. a. (2010). Why Do Firms Offer “Employment Protection”? Economica, 77(308), 613-636
  • Pollin, R., & Baker, D. (2010). Reindustrializing America: A Proposal for Reviving U.S. Manufacturing and Creating Millions of Good Jobs. New Labor Forum, 19(2), 17-34.
  • Prat, J. (2010). The Rate of Learning-By-Doing: Estimates From a Search-Matching Model. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 962(6), 929-962.
  • Rapach, D. E., & Strauss, J. K. (2010). Bagging or Combining (or Both)? An Analysis Based on Forecasting U.S. Employment Growth. Econometric Reviews, 29(5-6), 511-533.
  • Steigerwald, D. (2010). Walter Reuther, The UAW, and the Dilemmas of Automation. Labor History, 51(3), 429-453.
  • Sum, A., & Mclaughlin, J. (2010). The Massive Shedding of Jobs in America. Challenge, 53(6), 62-76.
  • Uskova, T. (2010). Labor Productivity. Problems of Economic Transition, 53(1), 51-62.
  • Wang, Z. (2010). Directed Graphs, Information Structure and Forecast Combinations: An Empirical Examination of US Unemployment Rates. Journal of Forecasting, 29(4), 353-366.
  • vonWachter, Till M. (2010). Summary of the Literature on Job Displacement in the U.S. and EU: What We Know and What We Would Like to Know. In David Marsden and Francois Rycx (Eds.), Wage Structures, Employment Adjustments and Globalization: Evidence from Linked and Firm-level Panel Data. London: Palgrave Macmillan. Retrieved from
  • Yotov, Y. V. (2010). Trade-Induced Unemployment: How Much Do We Care? Review of International Economics, 18(5), 972-989.


  • Abowd, J. M., Haltiwanger, J. C., and Lane, J. I. (2009). Wage Structure and Labor Mobility in the United States. In E. P. Lazear and K. L. Shaw (Eds.), The Structure of Wages: An International Comparison, pp. 81–100. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press
  • Abowd, J. M., McKinney, K. L., and Vilhuber, L. (2009). The Link between Human Capital, Mass Layoffs, and Firm Deaths. In T. Dunne, J. B. Jensen, and M. J. Roberts (Eds.), Producer Dynamics: New Evidence from Micro Data, pp. 447–472. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press
  • Batt, Rosemary, Lloyd, Caroline and Weinkopf, Claudia (2009). Restructuring Customer Service: Labor Market Institutions and Call Center Workers in Europe and the United States. In Jerome Gautiê and John Schmitt (Eds.), Low-Wage Work in the Wealthy World, pp. 421-466. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
  • Baum, S., & Mitchell, W. F. (2009). Labour Underutilisation and Gender: Unemployment Versus Hidden-Unemployment. Population Research and Policy Review, 29(2), 233-248.
  • Bhagwati, Jaqdish N., and Blinder, Alan S. (2009). Offshoring of American Jobs: What Response from U.S. Economic Policy? In series Alvin Hansen Symposium on Public Policy at Harvard University. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  • Blouin, J., & Krull, L. (2009). Bringing It Home: A Study of the Incentives Surrounding the Repatriation of Foreign Earnings Under the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004. Journal of Accounting Research, 47(4), 1027-1059.
  • Caliendo, M., & Kritikos, A. S. (2009). Start-Ups by the Unemployed: Characteristics, Survival and Direct Employment Effects. Small Business Economics, 35(1), 71-92.
  • Datta, D. K., Guthrie, J. P., Basuil, D., & Pandey, a. (2009). Causes and Effects of Employee Downsizing: A Review and Synthesis. Journal of Management, 36(1), 281-348.
  • DeBeaumont, R., & Nsiah, C. (2009). Unemployment and Compensating Wages: an Analysis of Shift Work. Journal of Economics and Finance, 34(2), 142-149.
  • Hallock, K. F. (2009). Job Loss and the Fraying of the Implicit Employment Contract. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 23(4), 69-93
  • Kelter, L. A. (2009). Substantial Job Losses in 2008: Weakness Broadens and Deepens Across Industries. Monthly Labor Review, 132(3), 20-33.
  • Kronenberg, T. (2009). Energy Conservation, Unemployment and the Direction of Technical Change. Portuguese Economic Journal, 9(1), 1-17.
  • Levy, Frank (2009, May 1). Computers, Conversation, Utilization and Commoditization. American Journal of Roentology (192): 1375-1381.
  • Pinch, Trevor (2009). The Social Construction of Technology (SCOT): The Old, the New, and the Nonhuman. In Phillip Vannini (Ed.).
  • Sitzmann, T., Bell, B. S., Kraiger, K., & Kanar, A. M. (2009). A Multilevel Analysis of the Effect of Prompting Self-Regulation in Technology-Delivered Instruction. Personnel Psychology, 62(4), 697-734.
  • Strully, K. W. (2009). Job Loss and Health in the U.S. Labor Market*. Demography, 46(2), 221- 46.
  • Van Zandweghe, W. (2009). Why Have the Dynamics of Labor Productivity Changed? Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Economic Review, 95(3), 5-31.


  • Comin, Diego and Hobijn, Bart (2008). Lobbies and Technology Diffusion. Review of  Economics and Statistic, 91:229-244.
  • Comin, Diego, Hobijn, Bart, and Rovito, Emilie (2008). A New Approach to Measuring Technology with an Application to the Shape of the Diffusion Curves. Journal of Technology Transfer, 33: 187-207.
  • Comin, Diego, Hobijn, Bart, and Rovito, Emilie (2008). World Technology Usage Lags. Journal of Economic Growth 13: 237-256.
  • Davis, S. J. (2008). The Decline of Job Loss and Why It Matters. American Economic Review: Papers & Proceedings, 98(2), 263-267.
  • Di Carlo, Matthew, Grusky, David B., Kim, Young-Mi, and Weeden, Kim A. (2008). Is the Labor Market Becoming More or Less Gradational? In David B. Grusky, Social Stratification: Class, Race, and Gender in Sociological Perspective, pp. 249-267. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
  • Francis, J. (2008). Agglomeration, Job Flows and Unemployment. The Annals of Regional Science, 43(1), 181-198.
  • Gillespie, Tarleton (2008). Price Discrimination, Regional Coding, and the Shape of the Digital Commodity. In Joe Karaganis and Natalie Jeremijenko (Eds.), Structures of Participation in Digital Culture, pp. 1–284. New York, New York: Columbia University Press.
  • Mathur, A. (2008). Health Insurance and Job Creation by the Self-Employed. Small Business Economics, 35(3), 299-317.
  • Menezes, A., & Vieira, J. (2008). Training, Job Upgrading, Job Creation and Job Destruction. Atlantic Economic Journal, 36(3), 275-292.
  • Morgan, Stephen L. (2008). A New Social Psychological Model of Educational Attainment. In David B. Grusky (Ed.), Social Stratification: Class, Race, and Gender in Sociological Perspective, 3rd ed., pp. 542–549. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
  • Osterman, Paul (2008). Improving Job Quality: Policies Aimed at the Demand Side of the Low-Wage Labor Market. In Timothy J. Bartik and Susan N. Houseman (Eds.), A Future of Good Jobs?: America's Challenge in the Global Economy, pp. 203–244. Kalamazoo: Upjohn Institute.
  • Pearce, A., & Stilwell, F. (2008). “Green-Collar” Jobs: Employment Impacts of Climate Change Policies. Journal of Australian Political Economy, (62), 120-138.
  • Poletaev, M., & Robinson, C. (2008). Human Capital Specificity: Evidence from the Dictionary of Occupational Titles and Displaced Worker Surveys, 1984–2000. Journal of Labor Economics, 26(3), 387-420.
  • Shintoyo, N. (2008). Creation of Jobs and Firm-Sponsored Training in a Matching Model of Unemployment. Journal of Economics, 93(2), 145-176.
  • Weeden, Kim A. (2008). Occupational Closure and Earnings Inequality. In David B. Grusky, Social Stratification: Class, Race, and Gender in Sociological Perspective, pp.176-186. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.



  • Autor, David H., Levy, Frank, and Murnane, Richard J. (2006). Computer-Based Technological Change and Skill Demands: Reconciling the Perspectives of Economists and Sociologists. In E. Appelbaum, A. Bernhardt, and R. J. Murnane (Eds.), Low-Wage America: How Employers are Reshaping Opportunity in the Workplace, Vol. 6, pp. 121–154. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
  • Bivens, L. J., & Weller, C. E. (2006). The “Job-Loss” Recovery: Not New, Just Worse. Journal of Economic Issues, 60(3), 603-628.
  • Bruyère, S. M., Erickson, W. A., & Vanlooy, S. A. (2006). The Impact of Business Size on Employer ADA Response. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 49(4), 194-206.
  • Davis, S. J., Faberman, R. J., & Haltiwanger, J. (2006). The Flow Approach to Labor Markets: New Data Sources and Micro–Macro Links. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 20(3), 3-26.
  • Eriksson, S. (2006). Skill Loss, Ranking of Job Applicants and the Dynamics of Unemployment. German Economic Review, 7(3), 265-296
  • Morgan, Stephen L. (2006). Past Themes and Future Prospects for Research on Social and Economic Mobility. In Gary S. Fields, David B. Grusky, and Stephen L. Morgan (Eds.), Mobility and Inequality: Frontiers of Research in Sociology and Economics, pp. 3–20. Stanford: Stanford University Press.


  • Abowd, J. M., Haltiwanger, J. C., Jarmin, R., Lane, J. I., Lane, Julia, Lengermann, Paul, McCue, Kristin, McKinney, Kevin L., and Sandusky, Kristin (2005). The Relation among Human Capital, Productivity and Market Value: Building Up from Micro Evidence. In C. Corrado, J. C. Haltiwanger, and D. Sichel (Eds.), Measuring Capital in the New Economy, pp. 153–198. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
  • Butani, S., Werking, G., & Kapani, V. (2005). Employment Dynamics of Individual Companies Versus Multicorporations. Monthly Labor Review, 128(12), 3-16.
  • Osterman, Paul (2005). Making Bad Jobs Good: Strategies for the Service Section. In Stephen Bazen, Claudio Lucifora, and Wiemer Salverda (Eds.), Job Quality and Employer Behaviour. London:
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  • Pantuosco, L. J., & Parker, D. (2005). The Determinants of Shirking: Analysis and Evidence on Job Loser Unemployment. Eastern Economic Journal, 31(1), 7-21.
  • Smith, K. G., Collins, C. J., & Clark, K. D. (2005). Existing Knowledge, Knowledge Creation Capability, and the Rate of New Product Introduction in High-Technology Firms. The Academy of Management Journal, 48(2), 346-357.
  • Sorensen, Jesper B. and Weeden, Kim A. (2005). A Framework for Analyzing Industrial and Occupational Sex Segregation in the United States. In Maria Charles and David B. Grusky (Eds.), Occupational Ghettos: The Worldwide Segregation of Women and Men, pp. 245-296. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press.
  • Weeden, Kim A. (2005). Profiles of Change: Sex Segregation in the United States, 1910-2000. In Maria Charles and David B. Grusky (Eds.), Occupational Ghettos: The Worldwide Segregation of Women and Men, pp. 131-178. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press.
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  • Armington, C., & Acs, Z. J. (2004). Job Creation and Persistence in Services and Manufacturing*. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 14(3), 309 325.
  • Baldwin, John R., Jarmin, Ron and Tang, Jianmin (2004, November). Small North American Producers Give Ground in the 1990s. Small Business Economics 23(4): 349-361.
  • Batt, Rosemary and Moynihan, Lisa (2004). The Viability of Alternative Call Centre Production Models. In Stephen Deery and Nick Kinnie (Eds.), Call Centres and Human Resource Management, pp. 25-53. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Comin, Diego and Hobijn, Bart (2004, January). Cross-Country Technology Adoption: Making the Theories Face the Facts. Journal of Monetary Economic, 51(1): 39-83.
  • Daly, Mary and Valletta, Robert G. (2004). Performance of Urban Information Technology Centers: The Boom, the Bust, and the Future. Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Economic Review.
  • Doms, Mark, Jarmin, Ron and Klimek, Shawn (2004). Information Technology Investment and Firm Performance in US Retail Trade. Economics of Innovation and New Technology 13(7): 595-613.
  • Garner, C. A. (2004). Offshoring in the Service Sector: Economic Impact and Policy Issues. Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Economic Review, 89(3), 5-38.
  • Humphrey, T. M. (2004). Ricardo versus Wicksell on Job Losses and Technological Change. Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Economic Quarterly, 90(4), 5-24.



  • Batt, Rosemary and Welbourne, Theresa M. (2002). Performance and Growth in Entrepreneurial Firms: Revisiting the Union-Performance Relationship. In Theresa M. Welbourne and Jerome Katz (Eds.), Managing People in Entrepreneurial Organizations, vol. 5 of Advances in Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence and Growth, pp. 147–174. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  • Bell, B. S., & Kozlowski, S. W. J. (2002). Adaptive Guidance: Enhancing Self-Regulation, Knowledge, and Performance in Technology-Based Training. Personnel Psychology, 55(2), 267-306.
  • Burton, M. Diane (2002). The Company They Keep: Founders' Models for Organizing New Firms. In Elaine Romanelli and Claudia Bird Schoonhoven (Eds.), The Entrepreneurship Dynamic: Origins ofEntrepreneurship and the Evolution of Industries, pp. 1–480. Stanford, CA: Stanford Business Books.
  • Spiezia, Vincenzo and Vivarelli, Marco (2002). Changing Working Time Patterns. In L. Soete and P. Petit (Eds.), Technology and the Future of European Employment. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  • Spiezia, Vincenzo and Vivarelli, Marco (2002). What Do We Know About The Effects Of Information And Communication Technologies On Employment Levels? In J. Mairesse and N. Greenan (Eds.), ITC, Productivity and Employment. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.



  • Addison, J. T., Fox, D. A., & Ruhm, C. J. (2000). Technology, Trade Sensitivity, and Labor Displacement. Southern Economic Journal, 66(3), 682-699.
  • Mokyr, Joel (2000). Knowledge, Technology, and Economic Growth During the Industrial Revolution. In Bart van Ark, Simon K. Kuipers, and Gerald H. Kuper (Eds.), Productivity, Technology and Economic Growth, pp. 253-292. New York: Springer.
  • Spiezia, Vincenzo and Vivarelli, Marco (2000). Compensation Mechanisms or Jobless Growth? In Mario Pianta and Marco Vivarelli (Eds.), Employment Impact of Innovation: Evidence and Policy, bk. 25 in Routledge Series in the Modern World Economy. London: Routledge.


  • Batt, Rosemary and Keefe, Jeffrey (1999). Human Resource and Employment Practices in Telecommunications, 1980-1998 Services. In Peter Cappelli (Ed.), Employment Practices and Business Strategy. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Dutta, Soumitra, and Evrad, P. (1999, June). Information Technology and Organization within European Small Enterprises. European Management Journal 17(3): 239-251.
  • Dutta, Soumitra, and Segev, A. (1999, October). Business Transformation on the Internet. European Management Journal 17(5): 466-476.
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