2014 research review on how technology will increasingly break down labor into component parts and related economic and employment outcomes.
2014 study in the American Review of Public Administration on the impact of race, poverty and disaster aid on economic recovery after a natural disaster.
2014 study in the American Sociological Review looks at the effects of a program that shifts control over the work schedule from managers to employees.
2014 study in the American Sociological Review that demonstrates how a culture of overwork has perpetuated the U.S. gender wage gap.
2014 analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data by the National Employment Law Project that examines how jobs lost in the recession differ from those added in the recovery.
2013 study from Harvard, Wellesley and Johns Hopkins Universities on the varied effects of skilled immigration on employment and native workers.
2014 selection of research on the impact of wage levels and gifts on employee morale and productivity, both of affected workers and others.
2014 report from the Pew Research Center detailing how the economic divide between college-educated and those without a degree is rising.
2013-14 research about the way technology is disrupting the U.S. labor market, with a focus on an Oxford University study estimating that 47% of jobs are at risk.
2013 research overview of the impact of computers on U.S. workers, by Frank Seth Levy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and Richard J. Murnane, Harvard Graduate School of Education.