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Employee Representation and Corporate Governance: A Missing Link
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Employer Preferences for Long-Term Union Contracts
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Industrial Labor Mobility in Historical Perspective
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Measurement of Compensation: Union and Nonunion
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Reckoning with Company Unions: The Case of Thompson Products, 1934-1964
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Social Dimensions of Global Economic Integration
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The Development of Internal Labor Markets in American Manufacturing Firms
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The Duration of Indefinite Employment Contracts in the United States and England: An Historical Analysis
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The Origins of Internal Labor Markets in Japan
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