Volume 61, Issue 3
Industrial Relations, the Institute’s academic journal, is in its fiftieth year of publication. With four issues a year, Industrial Relations offers a valuable international perspective on current topics in industrial relations. Each issue includes research articles, notes, and symposia on all aspects of employment relations and the labor market.
The editors are supported by an outstanding Board of Reviewers, as well as over 200 referees from academic institutions in the United States and abroad. Industrial Relations continues to expand its outside referees, whose expertise and diligence are very much appreciated.
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society is printed and distributed by Wiley, the website provides more information and sample articles from the journal.
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- Industrial Relations publishes articles on all aspects of the employment relationship.
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Abstract: Please include an abstract of less than 100 words.
Notes: These should be endnotes, restricted to substantive parenthetical statements, numbered consecutively, and placed on a separate sheet(s) at the end of the paper.
Tables should be on separate pages, numbering them consecutively in Arabic numerals. Table notes include the source first, then significance levels given by asterisks, then table notes indicated by lowercase superscripts a, b, etc.
Variable names: Use English words for variable names whenever possible (e.g., Percentage Union rather than PCTUN), making variable names as descriptive as possible. Use initial capitalization (no italics or bold) of all words in names of variables in the text and in tables.
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References: In the body of the text, place references in parentheses, giving the author’s last name and date of publication (using a, b, etc., if more than one work is cited for a given year). Include page numbers in the text only when quoting material. An alphabetical list of cited references should appear at the end of the manuscript; be sure to include volume number, month, and pages for journal articles and inclusive pages for articles in books. Examples of the appropriate format follow:
Dickens, William T., Laura B. Tyson, and John Zysman, eds. 1988. The Dynamics of
Trade and Employment. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger.
Freeman, Richard, and Martin Weitzman. 1986. ‘Bonuses and Employment in Japan.’
Working Paper No. 878. Cambridge, MA:National Bureau of Economic
Slichter, Sumner. 1919. The Turnover of Factory Labor. New York: Appleton.
Thurow, Lester. 1987. ‘A Surge in Inequality.’ Scientific American 256 (May):30-37.
Verma, Anil, and Thomas A. Kochan. 1985. ‘The Growth and Nature of the Nonunion
Sector within a Firm.’ In Challenges and Choices Facing American Labor, edited
by Thomas A. Kochan, pp. 89-127. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
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