Publications Received

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Economic and social statistics

Fernandez, Raquel and Richard Rogerson, Sorting arm Long-Run Inequality. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., 2000, 35 pp. (Working Paper 7508.) $10 per copy, plus $10 for postage and handling outside the United States.

Gruber, Jonathan and Botond Koszegi, Is Addiction "Rational"? Theory and Evidence. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., 2000, 52 pp. (Working Paper 7507.) $10 per copy, plus $10 for postage and handling outside the United States.

Israel, Central Bureau of Statistics, Monthly Bulletin of Statistics. February 2000. Jerusalem, Israel Central Bureau of Statistics, 156 pp.

Economic growth and development

Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Canada ... The Place to Be: Annual Immigration Plan for the Year 2000. Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Communications Branch, Ottawa, Ontario, 1999, 17 pp.

Freeman, Richard B., Single Peaked Vs. Diversified Capitalism: The Relation Between Economic Institutions and Outcomes. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., 2000, 45 pp. (Working Paper 7556.) $10 per copy, plus $10 for postage and handling outside the United States.

Industrial relations

Kennedy, Brenda L. Interest-Based Collective Bargaining: A Success Story. Kingston, Ontario, Queen's University, Industrial Relations Center, IRC Press, 1999, 20 pp.

Ozaki, Muneto, ed., Negotiating Flexibility: The Role of the Social Partners and the State. Geneva, International Labour Organization, 1999, 157 pp. bibliography. Available in the United States from the Waldorf, MD, Office.

Palokangas, Tapio, Labour Unions, Public Policy and Economic Growth. New York, Cambridge University Press, 2000, 237 pp. $64.95.

Rochelle, Chantal de la, Team Training: Does It Increase Satisfaction and Improve Performance? Kingston, Ontario, Queen's University, Industrial Relations Center, IRC Press, 1999, 19 pp.

Storrs, Landon, R. Y., Civilizing Capitalism: The National Consumers' League, Women's Activism, and Labor Standards In the New Deal Era. Chapel Hill, NC, University of North Carolina Press, 2000, 392 pp. bibliography. $49.95, cloth; $19.95, paper.

Wong, Daniel E, Attendance Management Programs: Doing It Right. Kingston, Ontario, Queen's University, Industrial Relations Center, IRC Press, 1999, 25 pp.

Labor and economic history

Phelan, Craig, Grand Master Workman: Terence Powderly and the Knights of Labor. Westport, CT, Greenwood Press, 2000, 294 pp. $65.

Labor force

Casssoni, Adriana, Steven G. Allen, and Gaston J. Labadie, The Effects of Unions on Employment: Evidence From An Unnatural Experiment In Uruguay. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., 2000, 46 pp. (Working Paper 7501.) $10 per copy, plus $10 for postage and handling outside the United States.

U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board, Competing for Federal Jobs: Job Search Experiences of New Hires. (A Report to the President and the Congress of the United States by the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board.) Washington, 2000, 24 pp.

Prices and living conditions

Gruber, Jonathan, Youth Smoking In The U.S.: Prices and Policies. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., 2000, 45 pp. (Working Paper 7506.) $10 per copy, plus $10 for postage and handling outside the United States.

Productivity and technological change

Adams, James D., Endogenous R&D Spillovers and Industrial Research Productivity. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., 2000, 38 pp. (Working Paper 7484.) $10 per copy, plus $10 for postage and handling outside the United States.

David, Paul A. and Bronwyn H. Hall, Heart of Darkness: Modeling Public-Private Funding Interactions Inside the R&D Black Box. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

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