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2011 “Supply-Chain Labour and Human Rights,” with Aaron Bernstein [link]
2011 ”Capital Stewardship in the United States: Worker Voice and the Union Role in the Management of Pension Fund Assets,” Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research, February 2011, vol. 17 no. 1, pp. 43-57
2010 with Matthew B. Becker, "Going on Automatic: The Right Path Toward Retirement Income Security For All?" Pension Occasional Papers, No. 6, September.
2010 with Hebb T., United States Pension Fundsí Labour Friendly Investments in Comparing How Various Nations Administer Retirement Income: Essays on Social Security, Privatisation, and Inter-Generational Covenants, Hyde, Mark , & Dixon, John, Ed., The Edward Mellen Press.
2009 ”Private Equity and American Labor: Multiple, Pragmatic Responses Mirroring Labor’s Strengths and Weaknesses,” Journal of Industrial Relations, September vol. 51 no. 4.
2009 with Hebb T., “US Pension Funds’ Labour-Friendly Investments”, Journal of Comparative Social Welfare Volume 25, Issue 2, 2009.
with Hebb T., “US Pension Funds’ Labour-Friendly Investments”, in The "Social" in Social Security: Market, State and Associations in Retirement Provision, Mark Hyde and John Dixon eds., Edwin Mellen Press, Lampeter, UK.
2008 Pension Fund Investment in Infrastructure: A Resource Paper, Pensions Occasional Papers, No. 3, Dec
2008 Capital Matters Vol. 1 , No. 4 , July
2008 Capital Matters Vol. 1 , No. 3 , April
2008 Capital Matters Vol. 1 , No. 2 , January
2007 Capital Matters Vol. 1 , No. 1 , October
2009 The Power to Change Things: Labour Rights as Human RightsOur Times,
December 2008/January 2009
2008 The State of US Labor & Building Union Power Democratic Left, Fall
Supreme Decision: Collective Bargaining As a Constitutional Right Our
Times , June/July
2007 Imagine There's no Labour Board: Counterpoint Our Times , April/May
2006 Organizing the Organized Our Times, October/November
2005 Human Right or Canadian Illusion: Collective Bargaining in Canada, Our Times, July/August
2002 Teaching for Change: Popular Education and the Labor Movement - Case Method in Labor Leadership Education
2002 Unions and Latinos: Mutual Transformation - Latinos Remaking America
2001 Shaking Things Up: Unions in a Rapidly Changing World - Our Times, October/November
2000 Labor's Mistaken Anti-China Campaign - New Labor Forum
1998 Creating Democratic Communities in the Workplace - A New Labor Movement for the New Century
1997 Phone Workers in Canada: Social Unionism and Restructuring - New Labor Forum , Fall
1997 Ensuring that Monitoring is Not Co-opted - New Solutions, Summer
1997 Education vs. Propaganda - Our Times , September-October
1996 Public Sector Workers in Reinvention New Solutions, April
1996 Why Unions Matter - Open Media, New Party
1996 Management Resistance to Change: A Case of Computer Information Systems - Beyond Survival: Wage Labor in the Early Twentieth Century
1995 Canada: Joint Committees on Occupational Health and Safety - Works Councils Consultation, Representation and Cooperation in Industrial Relations
1995 The Canadian Experience: Labor, The NDP and The Social Movements - New Politics, Winter
1995 Quebec Sovereignty: Devolution the Solution - Peace & Democracy, Spring
1994 What's the Matter with NAFTA? - Radical America
1994 Why Single Payer is Still Our Best Bet Spring - Social Policy
1993 Labour, the New Democratic Party, and the 1988 Federal Election - The Challenge of Restructuring: North American Labor: Movements Respond
1993 The Health Care Battle is On - Lies of our Times, July-August
1992 The Politics of Canada's Health Care System - New Politics, Winter
1992 Canada: A Kinder, Gentler Nation - Social Policy, Summer
1992 Social Unionism: Labor as a Political Force - Social Policy , Summer
1991 Technological Change and Skills Development - Deakin University Press
1991 Lessons for America: The NPD Victory in Ontario Summer - New Politics
1991Canada's New Democratic Party at Thirty - Socialist Review, July-December
1989 How Jobs are Changing, Where Jobs Are Going, Who Controls Technology - Union Strategies for a High Tech Era
1989 Technology and Labour Ethics and Technology - Ethical Choices in the Age of Pervasive Technology
1989 Collaboration with the Wider Community - Muse, Autumn
1988 Workers' Control at B.C. telephone: The Shape of Things to Come? - Workers, Capital, and the State in British Columbia
1987 A Union Course on New Technologies - Alternatives, May
1987 You Already Know a Lot About Computers - Orientation to Trades and Technology
1987 Putting the Irish Back into Boycotts - September
1986 Labour Tactics Today After Bennet: A New Politics for British Columbia, October
1984 Science, Technology, & Progress: Lessons from the History of the Typewriter - Canadian Womens Studies/ Les Cahiers de la Femme
1984 Last Back: Folklore and the Telephone Operators in the 1919 Vancouver General Strike
1984 Recipe for Anarchy: Tech Change at B.C. Telephone - Canadian Dimension, May
1977 A University at War: Japanese Canadians at UBC during World War II - BC Studies, Autumn
Freeman R, Rehavi M. How the Internet is Changing the Activity of Union Representatives in the UK: A study of www.unionreps.org.uk”. Submitted.
2010 "What Can We Learn from NLRA to Create Labor Law for the 21st Century?" Presented at: SYMPOSIUM: The National Labor Relations Act at 75: Its Legacy and its Future
2010 "IT'S FINANCIALIZATION!" International Labour Review, Vol. 149, No. 2, May 26, 2010
2009 Science and Engineering Careers in the United States. (Freeman R, Goroff DL). University of Chicago Press; 2009. Website
2009 Shared Capitalism: at Work: Employee Ownership, Profit and Gain Sharing, and Broad-based Stock Options. (Freeman R, Blasi J, Kruse D). University of Chicago Press; 2009. Website
2009 Freeman R. Helping Workers Online and Offline: Innovations in Union and Worker Organization Using the Internet. In: Studies in Labor Market Intermediation. University of Chicago Press; 2009. Website
2008 Universities set the pace in labor relations - Harvard Community Resource, April
2008 Freeman R. Why Do We Work More than Keynes Expected?. In: Revisiting Keynes: Economic Possibilities for Our Grandchildren. MIT Press; 2008. p. Chapter 9.
2007 America Works: Critical Thoughts on the Exceptional US Labor Market - Russell Sage Foundation, April
2007 What Workers Say: Employee Voice in the Anglo-american Workplace - ILR Press, July.
2006 Rogers J, Freeman R. What Workers Want. New York: Russell Sage Foundation; 2006.
2012 "Unions, Corporations, and Political Opt-Out Rights after Citizens United," Columbia Law Review
Vol. 112, 2012.
2010 "Enabling Employee Choice: A Structural Approach to the Rules of Union Organizing," HARVARD LAW REVIEW, Vol. 123:655 2010.
2009 "Card Check 2.0: A better fix for union organizing than the Employee Free Choice Act," Slate Internet Magazine, April 16, 2009.
2008 "Employment Law as Labor Law," Cardozo Law Review, Vol. 29:6, p. 2685, 2008.
2007 "Labor Law Renewal," Harvard Law and Policy Review, Vol. 1, p. 375, 2007.
2010 “Labor in the Information Age,” special issue of Labor History, vol. 51, no. 1, February 2010.
2008 “Hollywood and the World: Export or Die” in Paul McDonald and Janet Wasko, eds., The
Contemporary Hollywood Film Industry (Malden, MA and Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2008).
2007 “China: Banking Reform and Economic Development Revisited,” September 13, 2007, web
exclusive at gtnews.com and later reprinted in October 2008 at IDEAs Network (International
Development Economics Associates),
2007 "The Crisis In Workplace Governance, Special Issue in Honor of Paul C. Weiler, Introduction"Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal (Vol. 28, No. 2)
2007 “Technological Revolutions and the Limits of Ethics in an Age of Commercialization” in Mihail C.
Roco and William Sims Bainbridge, eds., Nanotechnology: Societal Implications II (Dordrecht, The
Netherlands: Springer, 2007).
2003 “The Clash of Civilizations: Samuel P. Huntington, Bernard Lewis, and the Remaking of Post-Cold
War World Order” in Michael Sells and Emran Qureshi, eds., The New Crusades (Columbia University
2002 “Unions and Latinos: Mutual Transformation” (co-authored with Elaine Bernard) in Marcelo M.
Suárez-Orozco and Mariela M. Páez, eds., Latinos Remaking America (Berkeley: University of California
2002 Selling Hollywood to the World: U.S. and European Struggles for Mastery of the Global Film
Industry, 1920-1950 (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002).
1989 editor, The Dividing Rhine: Politics and Society in Contemporary France and Germany (Oxford:
2010 "Developing Standards Of Workplace Justice Within International Organizations," American Society of International Law International Organizations Interest Group Review, Summer 2010.
2009 International Trends In ADR – An Asian View - LERA Meeting San Francisco, California, January
2008 A Potential Roadmap toward Workplace Fairness in China - Council on Foreign Relations, November
2008 A Modest Proposal for Mediating Code of Conduct Challenges - NYU Law School, November
2008 Using Mediation to Resolve Workplace Disputes in China - Paper delivered University of Hong Kong Law School May 19, 2008, being published by Hong Kong Internsational Arbitration Centre in a book entitled Medistion in Hong Kong:The Way Forward.
2008 International Legal Standards for Labor and Employment Law - Workplace Fairness Disputes in a Global Economy: Hong Kong and PCR Perspectives, Hong Kong International Arbitration Center, May
2004 Conciliation of Disputes Over International Labor Standards Fifth Asian Regional Congress of the International Industrial Relations Association, June.
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