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    • Don't Blame Faculty for High Tuition: The Annual Report on the Economic Status of the Profession, 2003-04 

      Ehrenberg, Ronald G. (2004-03-01)
      [Excerpt] The bottom line is that although faculty and staff salary in-creases obviously contribute to increases in tuition, other factors have played more important roles during the last quarter century. These factors ...
    • Expected Changes in the Workforce and Implications for Labor Markets 

      Levine, Phillip B.; Mitchell, Olivia S. (1991-06-01)
      [Excerpt] While many have written about possible effects of the baby boom on the U.S. economy, few have recognized that this demographic transition provides analysts with a unique and valuable opportunity to investigate ...
    • Part-time Employment in the United States 

      Ehrenberg, Ronald G.; Rosenberg, Pamela; Li, Jeanne (1988-01-01)
      [Excerpt] To say that part-time workers are less costly than full-time workers, however, is not an explanation for the trend in the use of part-time employees that has occurred. Rather, one must show that the relative cost ...
    • Paying our Presidents: What do Trustees Value? 

      Ehrenberg, Ronald G.; Cheslock, John J.; Epifantseva, Julia (2001-04-11)
      [Excerpt] Our study makes use of data from a panel of over 400 private colleges and universities on the salaries and benefits paid to their presidents. These data are reported annually to the Internal Revenue Service on ...
    • Unemployment Insurance, Duration of Unemployment, and Subsequent Wage Gain 

      Ehrenberg, Ronald G.; Oaxaca, Ronald L. (1976-12-01)
      [Excerpt] In order to evaluate what the "optimal" level of UI benefits is, one must therefore first estimate the magnitude of the relationships between UI benefits levels and unemployed workers' durations of unemployment ...
    • Unequal Progress: The Annual Report on the Economic Status of the Profession 2002-03 

      Ehrenberg, Ronald G. (2003-03-01)
      [Excerpt] Most colleges and universities adopted budgets for the 2002-03 academic year in the spring and early summer of 2002. At that time, a pessimist might have cited several factors – negative rates of return from ...
    • What Did Unions Do in Nineteenth-Century Britain? 

      Boyer, George R. (1988-06-01)
      The article examines the development of the insurance function of trade unions. It analyzes how such policies worked, and why union benefit packages differed across occupations. It also addresses the impact of insurance ...