As in recent years, work and economic issues have been on the minds of citizens worldwide – and not just on May Day. Almost on a daily basis we’ve seen or read about the challenges faced by employers, employees, unions, policy makers, and governments worldwide. From debates over raising the minimum wage, to discussions of pay equity and discrimination, workplace health risk factors and health insurance, and more, labor and work concerns are affecting us all. On this week set aside to recognize the international labor movement, we are pleased to highlight key journals in Economics, Industrial Relations & Labor.
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- The American Economist
- Economic Development Quarterly
- Economic and Industrial Democracy
- The Economic and Labour Relations Review
- European Journal of Industrial Relations
- ILR Review
- Journal of Industrial Relations
- Labor Studies Journal
- National Institute Economic Review
- New Labor Forum
- Review of Radical Political Economics
- Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research
- Work and Occupations
- Work, Employment & Society
NEW TO SAGE IN 2016: We are pleased to publish The American Economist, the official journal of Omicron Delta Epsilon, the International Honor Society in Economics. The American Economist publishes original research from all fields and schools of economic thought, written by young scholars and those who are teaching the next generation of economists, as well as experienced and prominent economists whose influence has shaped the discipline. We invite you to read a special collection of articles from Nobel Peace Prize winning authors here.