Labor Relations: Striking a Balance, 6th ed. (a textbook) (McGraw-Hill Education, 2021)
The Thought of Work (Cornell University Press, 2011)
Invisible Hands, Invisible Objectives: Bringing Workplace Law and Public Policy Into Focus (with Stephen F. Befort) (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2009)
The Ethics of Human Resources and Industial Relations (co-edited volume) (Labor and Relations Association, 2005)
Employment With a Human Face: Balancing Efficiency, Equity, and Voice (Cornell University Press, 2004)

Selected Working Papers

Organizational Ownership and Trade-Offs Between Pay and Subjective Employee Well-Being: A Comparative Analysis ((with J. Ryan Lamare)
Growing Up in a Union Household: Impacts of Adult Union Status on Children's Life Course (with Aaron Sojourner, Tom VanHeuvelen, and Ben Zipperer)
Never 'One-Size-Fits-All': Mick Marchington's Unique Voice on Voice, From Micro-Level Informality to Macro-Level Turbulence (with Stewart Johnstone and J. Ryan Lamare)
Worker Voice and Political Participation in Civil Society (a handbook review chapter) (with J. Ryan Lamare)
The Relative Importance of Industrial Relations Ideas in Politics: A Quantitative Analysis of Political Party Manifestos across 54 Countries (with J. Ryan Lamare)
Making Sense of (Mis)Matched Frames of Reference: A Dynamic Cognitive Theory of (In)stability in HR Practices (with Dionne Pohler, and Wei Huang)
The Importance of Political Systems for Trade Union Membership, Coverage, and Influence: Theory and Comparative Evidence (with J. Ryan Lamare)
The Psychologization of Employment Relations, Alternative Models of the Employment Relationship, and the OB Turn
The Many Meanings of Cooperation in the Employment Relationship and Their Implications (with Mark Bray and Johanna Macneil)
Using Efficiency, Equity, and Voice For Defining Job Quality and Legal Regulation For Achieving It (with Stephen Befort and Silvia Borelli)
The Employment Relationship: Key Elements, Alternative Frames of Reference, and Implications for HRM (with Devasheesh Bhave)
Advancing Dispute Resolution by Unpacking the Sources of Conflict: Toward an Integrated Framework (with Alexander J.S. Colvin and Dionne Pohler)
What Do Unions Do for Mothers? Paid Maternity Leave Use and the Multifaceted Roles of Labor Unions (with Tae-Youn Park and Eun-Suk Lee)
Learning about Democracy at Work: Cross-National Evidence on Individual Employee Voice Influencing Political Participation in Civil Society (with J. Ryan Lamare and Andrew R. Timming)
Power and Interests in Interorganizational Relationships: Implications of a Broadened Conceptual Framework
Are Voluntary Agreements Better? Evidence From Baseball Arbitration (with Aaron J. Sojourner and Jaewoo Jung)
What Do Unions in China Do? Provincial-Level Evidence on Wages, Employment, Productivity, and Economic Output (with Wei Chi, Yijiang Wang, and Qianyun Xie)
Worker Well-Being and the Importance of Work: Bridging the Gap (with David Spencer)
Neue Organisations- und Beschäftigungskonzepte - Arbeitsbeziehungen im Fokus (in German)
The Eye Sees What the Mind Knows: The Conceptual Foundations of Invisible Work
The Goals and Assumptions of Conflict Management in Organizations (With Alex Colvin)
The Future of Employee Voice
Implicit Public Values and the Creation of Publicly Valuable Outcomes: The Importance of Work and the Contested Role of Labor Unions
Theorizing Work: The Importance of Conceptualizations of Work for Research and Practice
Regulating the Hidden Abode of Production: The Importance of Conceptualizations of Work for Employment Regulation
When Do U.S. Workers First Experience Unionization? Implications for Revitalizing the Labor Movement
First-Timers and Late-Bloomers: Youth-Adult Unionization Differences in a Cohort of the U.S. Labor Force (with Jonathan E. Booth and Kristen M. Munday)
Never Say Never? Uncovering the Never-Unionized in the United States (with Jonathan E. Booth and Kristen M. Munday)
Does Employee Ignorance Undermine Shared Capitalism?
Public Policy and Employee Participation (with Stefan Zagelmeyer)
Values, Ideologies, and Frames of Reference in Employment Relations (with Devasheesh Bhave)
Improved Metrics for Workplace Dispute Resolution Procedures: Efficiency, Equity, and Voice (with Alexander J.S. Colvin)
A Metaparadigm for Revitalizing Industrial Relations
Fairness At Work, and Maybe Efficiency But Not Voice: An Evaluation of the Arthurs' Commission Report
Practicing What We Preach: Using Professional Degree Principles to Improve HRIR and Management Teaching
Achieving Decent Work By Giving Employment a Human Face, IFP/DIALOGUE Paper No. 7 (International Labour Office)
The Effect of Unions on Employee Benefits and Non-Wage Compensation: Monopoly Power, Collective Voice, and Facilitation, Prepared for a symposium on What Do Unions Do?: The Evidence Twenty Years Later
Why a Balance is Best: The Pluralist Industrial Relations Paradigm of Balancing Competing Interests, Prepared for Theoretical Perspectives on Work and the Employment Relationship (with Rafael Gomez and Noah M. Meltz)
International Rent Sharing in Multinational Firms, NBER Working Paper No. 8809, CEPR Discussion Paper No. 3326 (with Joep Konings and Matt Slaughter)
Family-Friendly Work Practices in Britain: Availability and Awareness (working paper with Karen Mumford)

Curriculum Vitae

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