2013 paper from U.T. Austin and Cornell University in Social Forces comparing the retention of women working in STEM-related fields to those in non-STEM work.
2012 study published in the journal Sociology on the relationship between occupational segregation by gender and the extent of gender inequality.
2011 study by University of Washington and Harvard University in the American Sociological Review on union membership trends and impacts on the labor market.
2013 review of U.S. Bureau of Labor findings, and Pew Research Center data on issues of gender and the division of work and household tasks.
2013 study from Northeastern and Bentley University showing the underlying factors that influence how CEO pay is determined and how it affects workers.
2012 study from the University of Illinois and Harvard Business School on how higher wages can reduce incidences of theft in the workplace.
2010 study by Monash University, Australia, that sought to better understand cyclists' risk factors by equipping them with helmet-mounted cameras.
2013 research review on U.S. workplace violence. Data sources include the National Crime Victimization Survey and the Bureau of Labor and Statistics.
2013 report by the Congressional Research Service on U.S. employment between 2001 and 2012 based on the Current Population Survey and other sources.
2013 collection of scholarship on social media and the workplace, including recruitment and screening, the employee-employer relationship and legal issues.