Lonnie Golden
TitleCited byYear
Flexible Work Schedules Which Workers Get Them?
L Golden
American Behavioral Scientist 44 (7), 1157-1178, 2001
2782001
Flexible work schedules: What are we trading off to get them
L Golden
Monthly Lab. Rev. 124, 50, 2001
2072001
What Was Driving the 1982–88 Boom in Temporary Employment?
L Golden, E Appelbaum
American journal of economics and sociology 51 (4), 473-493, 1992
1641992
To your happiness? Extra hours of labor supply and worker well-being
L Golden, B Wiens-Tuers
Journal of Socio-Economics 35 (2), 382-397, 2006
1552006
Nonstandard work
F Carre, MA Ferber, L Golden, SA Herzenberg
The Nature of Challenges of Changing Emloyment Arrangements, IRRA 33, 2000
148*2000
Limited access: Disparities in flexible work schedules and work-at-home
L Golden
Journal of Family and Economic Issues 29 (1), 86-109, 2008
1392008
The effects of working time on productivity and firm performance, research synthesis paper
L Golden
International Labor Organization (ILO) Conditions of Work and Employment Series, 2012
1312012
Working time: International trends, theory, and policy perspectives
L Golden, DM Figart
Psychology Press, 2000
111*2000
Flexible Daily Work Schedules in US Jobs: Formal Introductions Needed?
L Golden
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 48 (1), 27-54, 2009
992009
Irregular work scheduling and its consequences
L Golden
Economic Policy Institute Briefing Paper, 2015
912015
Overemployment and Underemployment Mismatches in the US Work Force: The Preference to Exchange Income for Fewer Work Hours
L Golden, T Gebreselassie
91*2007
The expansion of temporary help employment in the US, 1982-1992: a test of alternative economic explanations
L Golden
Applied Economics 28 (9), 1127-1141, 1996
901996
A brief history of long work time and the contemporary sources of overwork
L Golden
Journal of business ethics 84, 217-227, 2009
832009
Mandatory Overtime Work in the United States: Who, Where, and What?
L Golden, B Wiens-Tuers
Labor Studies Journal 30 (1), 1-25, 2005
772005
Time after time: Mandatory overtime in the US economy
L Golden, H Jorgensen
Washington DC: Economic Policy Institute, 2002
682002
Explaining organizational variation in flexible work arrangements: Why the pattern and scale of availability matter
S Sweet, M Pitt-Catsouphes, E Besen, L Golden
Community, Work & Family 17 (2), 115-141, 2014
572014
The economics of worktime length, adjustment, and flexibility
L Golden
Review of Social Economy 54 (1), 1-45, 1996
551996
Nonstandard and contingent employment: Contrasts by job type, industry, and occupation
D Belman, L Golden
Nonstandard work: The nature and challenges of changing employment …, 2000
542000
Flexibility Gaps: Differential Access to Flexible Work Schedules and Location in the US
L Golden
Flexibility in Workplaces: Effects on Workers, Work Environment and the …, 2005
52*2005
Work-Study: Time Use Tradeoffs, Student Work Hours and Implications for Youth Employment Policy
J Baffoe-Bonnie, L Golden
IATUR—XXVIIII Annual Conference, Washington, DC. Retrieved October 5, 2009, 2007
49*2007
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