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Susan Houseman
Susan Houseman
Senior Economist, W.E. Upjohn Institute
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Why employers use flexible staffing arrangements: Evidence from an establishment survey
SN Houseman
Ilr Review 55 (1), 149-170, 2001
10282001
Do temporary-help jobs improve labor market outcomes for low-skilled workers? Evidence from “Work First”
DH Autor, SN Houseman
American economic journal: applied economics 2 (3), 96-128, 2010
455*2010
The role of temporary agency employment in tight labor markets
SN Houseman, AL Kalleberg, GA Erickcek
ILR Review 57 (1), 105-127, 2003
3472003
Does employment protection inhibit labor market flexibility? Lessons from Germany, France, and Belgium
KG Abraham, SN Houseman
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1993
3281993
Earnings inequality in Germany
KG Abraham, SN Houseman
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1993
2131993
Job security in America: lessons from Germany
KG Abraham, SN Houseman
Brookings Institution Press, 2010
2122010
The implications of flexible staffing arrangements for job stability
SN Houseman, AE Polivka
On the job: Is long-term employment a thing of the past, 427-462, 2000
1582000
Outsourcing, offshoring and productivity measurement in United States manufacturing
S Houseman
International Labour Review 146 (1‐2), 61-80, 2007
1482007
Offshoring bias in US manufacturing
S Houseman, C Kurz, P Lengermann, B Mandel
Journal of Economic Perspectives 25 (2), 111-132, 2011
1412011
Job security and work force adjustment: how different are US and Japanese practices?
KG Abraham, SN Houseman
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 3 (4), 500-521, 1989
1411989
Labor Adjustment Under Different Institutional Structures
SN Houseman, KG Abraham
Institutional Frameworks and Labor Market Performance, 299-329, 2005
119*2005
The growth of nonstandard employment in Japan and the United States
S Houseman, M Osawa
S. Houseman and M. Osawa, Nonstandard Work in Developed Economies: Causes …, 2003
1132003
Part-time and temporary employment in Japan
S Houseman, M Osawa
Monthly Lab. Rev. 118, 10, 1995
1101995
Nonstandard work in developed economies: Causes and consequences
SN Houseman, M Ōsawa
WE Upjohn Institute, 2003
1082003
Job Growth and the Quality of Jobs in the US Economy
SN Houseman
WE Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, 1995
1021995
Temporary, part-time, and contract employment in the United States: A report on the WE Upjohn Institute's employer survey on flexible staffing policies
SN Houseman
WE Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, 1997
951997
Domestic outsourcing in the United States: a research agenda to assess trends and effects on job quality
A Bernhardt, R Batt, SN Houseman, E Appelbaum
Upjohn Institute Working Paper, 2016
902016
Temporary agency employment as a way out of poverty?
D Autor, SN Houseman
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2005
862005
What is the nature of part-time work in the United States and Japan?
S Houseman, M Osawa
Part-time prospects, 250-269, 2002
862002
Female workers as a buffer in the Japanese economy
SN Houseman, KG Abraham
The American Economic Review 83 (2), 45-51, 1993
761993
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