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Outsourcing, Contracting-Out and Labour Hire: Implications for Human Resource Development in Australian Organizations, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 382: 23-41.
2004), "Impact of HR Practices on Perceived Firm Performance in India", Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 42(3): 301-17.
The study, titled "Discrimination begins in the womb: Evidence of sex-selective prenatal investments," appears in the current issue of the Journal of Human Resources.
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 47(1), 6-40.
Ludwig is a co-editor of the Journal of Human Resources and a member of the Institute of Medicine/National Academy of Sciences Board on Children, Youth and Families.
A study last year in the Journal of Human Resources found out just how much parental involvement correlates to student success.
David Macpherson, a professor of economics from Florida State University whose work has been featured in publications including Journal of Labor Economics, Industrial and Labor Relations Review and the Journal of Human Resources.
McFarland in a labor economics journal, The Journal of Human Resources ("Safe Port in a Storm: The Impact of Labor Market Conditions on Community College Enrollments,") They examined enrollment and funding patterns at more than 800 colleges in different areas of the country.