This piece was originally posted in Management INK, a blog highlighting top scholarship and catering to academics, researchers and practitioners in the Management and Business fields.
This past Monday, we had a day in the US when we gave a shout-out to all those who labor. The first Labor Day celebration in the U.S. took place in New York City on September 5th, 1882, and in 1894 the first Monday in September was designated a national holiday to commemorate the achievements and contributions of workers. On this day we are pleased to highlight research from journals in Economics, Industrial Relations & Labor providing key insights into the world of work.
We invite you to enjoy access to the following journals through October 31st. Click here to access the trial.
- Economic Development Quarterly
- Economic and Industrial Democracy
- The Economic and Labour Relations Review
- European Journal of Industrial Relations
- ILR Review
- Journal of Industrial Relations
- Labor Studies Journal
- National Institute Economic Review
- New Labor Forum
- Review of Radical Political Economics
- Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research
- Work and Occupations
- Work, Employment & Society
COMING IN 2016: We are pleased to begin publishing The American Economist, the official journal of Omicron Delta Epsilon, the International Honor Society in Economics. The American Economist publishes original research from all fields and schools of economic thought, written by young scholars and those who are teaching the next generation of economists, as well as experienced and prominent economists whose influence has shaped the discipline.