The Analysis of Firms and Employees: Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches

Synopsis

The long-term impact of globalization, outsourcing, and technological change on workers is increasingly being studied by economists. At the nexus of labor economics, industry studies, and industrial organization, The Analysis of Firms and Employees presents new findings about these impacts by examining the interaction between the internal workings of businesses and outside influences from the market using data from countries around the globe. The result is enhanced insight into the dynamic interrelationship between firms and workers.
A distinguished team of researchers here examines the relationships between human resource practices and productivity, changing ownership and production methods, and expanding trade patterns and firm competitiveness. With analyses of large-scale, nationwide datasets as well as focused, intensive observation of a few firms, The Analysis of Firms and Employees will challenge economists, policymakers, and scholars alike to rethink their assumptions about the workplace.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Stefan Bender
  • Julia Lane
  • Kathryn Shaw
  • Fredrik Andersson
  • Till Von Wachter
  • Stefan Bender
  • Julia Lane
  • Kathryn Shaw
  • Fredrik Andersson
  • Till Von Wachter
  • Clair Brown
  • Benjamin Campbell
  • Hyowook Chiang
  • Yooki Park
  • Stephen V. Burks
  • Jeffrey Carpenter
  • Lorenz Götte
  • Kristen Monaco
  • Kay Porter
  • Aldo Rustichini
  • Marc-Arthur Diaye
  • Nathalie Greenan
  • Michal W. Urdanivia
  • Judith Hellerstein
  • David Neumark
  • Melissa McInerney
  • Colleen Flaherty Manchester
  • John S. Earle
  • Álmos Telegdy
  • Guido Friebel
  • Elena Panova
  • Marc-Andreas Muendler
  • Sascha O. Becker
  • Johannes Van Biesebroeck
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Chicago
Publication year:
  • 2008