Paul Osterman spends much of his time researching Labour economics, Labor relations, Public relations, Quality and Human resources. His Labour economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Workforce, Restructuring, Welfare and Human resource management. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Theory of change, Futures contract, Profit and Public policy.
His Public relations research incorporates themes from Total quality management, Private sector and Work organization. The concepts of his Quality study are interwoven with issues in Service and Product market. His study in Human resources is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both General partnership and Organizational governance.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Labour economics, Public relations, Workforce, Market economy and Quality. His research in Labour economics intersects with topics in Work systems and Unemployment. The concepts of his Public relations study are interwoven with issues in Public administration, Service and Work organization.
His research in Quality intersects with topics in Productivity, Wage and Human resources. The Human resources study combines topics in areas such as Industrial organization and Human resource management. His work carried out in the field of Marketing brings together such families of science as Private sector and Product market.
His primary scientific interests are in Labour economics, Nursing, Workforce, Long-term care and Demographic economics. His work in Labour economics is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Skills management. His Nursing research integrates issues from Workforce planning and Outreach.
His Workforce development study, which is part of a larger body of work in Workforce, is frequently linked to Discussion group, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work deals with themes such as Low wage and Job quality, which intersect with Demographic economics. His research investigates the connection with Low wage and areas like Health care which intersect with concerns in Competition, Prosperity, Outsourcing, Management system and Incentive.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Labour economics, Public relations, Important research, Meaning and Test. The study incorporates disciplines such as Workforce, Skills management and Long-term care in addition to Labour economics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Economic growth, Minimum wage and Strengths and weaknesses.
His work blends Test and Human resources studies together.
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How Common is Workplace Transformation and Who Adopts it
Industrial and Labor Relations Review (1994)
The Mutual Gains Enterprise: Forging a Winning Partnership Among Labor, Management, and Government
Linda Markowitz;Thomas A. Kochan;Paul Osterman.
Change at Work
Peter Cappelli;Laurie Bassi;Harry Katz;David Knoke.
Work Reorganization in an Era of Restructuring: Trends in Diffusion and Effects on Employee Welfare
Industrial and Labor Relations Review (2000)
Work Family Programs and the Employment Relationship
Administrative Science Quarterly (1995)
Employment Futures: Reorganization, Dislocation, and Public Policy
Choice of Employment Systems in Internal Labor Markets
Industrial Relations (1987)
Skill, Training, and Work Organization in American Establishments
Industrial Relations (1995)
Securing Prosperity: The American Labor Market: How It Has Changed and What to Do about It
An Empirical Study of Labor Market Segmentation
Industrial and Labor Relations Review (1975)
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