Factors Contributing To/Explaining Temporary Help Employment Growth

Appelbaum, Eileen. (1987). Restructuring
Work: Temporary, Part-Time, and At-Home Employment
. Computer Chips and Paper
Clips: Technology and Women's Employment. Ed. Heidi I. Hartmann. Vol II. Washington,
D.C.: National Academy Press, 268-310.
Appelbaum, Eileen. (1989). The Growth in the U.S. Contingent
Labour Force. Microeconomic Issues in Labour Economics: New Approaches.
Eds. Robert Drago and Richard Perlman. Sussex: Wheatsheaf Books, 62-82.
Appelbaum, Eileen. What
Explains Employment Developments in the U.S.?

Economic Policy Institute. Briefing Paper,
November 2000.
Autor, David H. Outsourcing
at Will: The Contribution of Unjust Dismissal Doctrine to the Growth of Employment
Massachusetts Institute of Technology and National Bureau
of Economic Research. August 2001.
Barker, Kathleen and Kathleen Christensen, eds. (1998) Contingent
Work: American Employment Relations in Transition. Ithaca: Cornell University
Barkume, Anthony J. (1996). The Price of Temporary Help
Services and the Growth of Temporary Work. BLS, Working Paper 286.
Belous, Richard S. (1989). The
Contingent Economy: The Growth of the Temporary, Part-Time, and Contingent Workforce.
Washington DC: National Planning Association.
Blank, Rebecca M. (1998). Contingent Work in a Changing
Labor Market. Generating Jobs: How to Increase Demand for Less-Skilled
Workers. Eds. Richard Freeman and Peter Gottschalk. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Brogan, Timothy W. (2000). Thriving
in a Dwindling Pool of Available Workers: ASA's Annual Analysis of the Staffing

Washington DC: American Staffing Association.
Campbell, I. and J. Burgess. (March 2001). Casual Employment
in Australia and Temporary Employment in Europe: Developing a Cross-national
Comparison. Work Employment and Society. 15 (1): 171-184.
Carre, Francoise J. (1992). Temporary Employment in the
Eighties. New Policies for the Part-time and Contingent Workforce. Ed.
Virginia L. duRivage. New York: ME Sharpe, 45-88.
Davis-Blake, Alison, and Uzzi, Brian. Determinants of
Employment Externalization:A Study of Temporary Workers and Independent Contractors.
Administrative Science Quarterly, June 1993, Vol. 38, Issue 2, p.195.
Dolado, Juan J., Carlos Garcia-Serrano, and Juan F. Jimeno. (June 2002). Drawing
Lessons from the Boom of Temporary Jobs in Spain. The Economic Journal
112, Royal Economic Society. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, F270-F295.
Erickcek, George, Susan Houseman, and Arne Kalleberg. (2002). The
Effects of Temporary Services and Contracting Out on Low-Skilled Workers: Evidence
from Auto Suppliers, Hospitals, and Public Schools.
W.E. Upjohn Institute
for Employment Research, Working Paper 03-90.
Farber, Henry S. Alternative
and Part-Time Employment Arrangements as a Response to Job Loss.

National Bureau of Economic Research, 1999.
Forde, Chris and Gary Slater. (March 2003). Continuing
Cause for Concern? The Evolving Character and Regulation of Temporary Work in
the UK. Nottingham Trent University, Discussion Papers in Political Economy
Golden, Lonnie M. (1996). The Expansion of Temporary
Help Employment in the U.S., 1982-1992: A Test of Alternative Economic Explanations.
Applied Economics. 28: 1127-1141.
Gonos, George. The Contest over "Employer"
Status in the Postwar United States: The Case of Temporary Help Firms.
Law & Society Review, v. 31, n. 1. 1997.
Gottfried, Heidi and David Fasenfest. (2001). Temporary
Help in Southeastern Michigan: A Segmented Labor Market and Contingent Geography.
Center for Urban Studies, Working Paper.
Hall, Richard. (2003). Labour Hire in Autstralia: Motivation,
Dynamics and Prospects. Contemporary Research on Temporary Employment:
The Inside View from Six Countries. Ed. John Burgess and Julia Connell. Newcastle:
University of Newcastle Employment Studies Centre.
Holmlund, B. and D. Storrie. (June 2002). Temporary Work
in Turbulent Times: The Swedish Experience. Economic Journal.
112 (480): F245-F269 Sp. Iss. F.
Houseman, Susan N., Arne L. Kalleberg and George A. Erickcek. The
Role of Temporary Help Employment in Tight Labor Markets.
Upjohn Institute
Staff Working Paper No. 01-73. Revised July, 2001.
Kalleberg, Arne L. (May 2003). Flexible Firms and Labor
Market Segmentation: Effects of Workplace Restructuring on Jobs and Workers.
Work and Occupations. 30 (2): 154-175.
Kalleberg, Arne L. (2000). Nonstandard Employment Relations:
Part-time, Temporary, and Contract Work. Annual Review of Sociology.
26: 341-365.
Kalleberg, Arne L. (December 2001). Organizing Flexibility:
The Flexible Firm in a New Century. British Journal of Industrial
Relations. 39 (4): 479-504.
Katz, Lawrence F. and Alan B. Krueger. (May 1999). The
High-pressure U.S. Labor Market of the 1990s
. Princeton University Industrial
Relations Section, Working Paper #416.
Ko, Jyh-Jer Roger. (Summer 2003). Contingent and Internal
Employment Systems: Subsitutes or Complements? Journal of Labor Research.
24 (3): 473-490.
Kunda, G., S.R. Barley, and J. Evans. (January 2002). Why
do Contractors Contract? The Experience of Highly Skilled Technical Professional
in a Contingent Labor Market. Industrial & Labor Relations Review.
55 (2): 234-261.
Kunda, Gideon; Barley, Stephen R; Evans, James. Why do
Contractors Contract? The Theory and Reality of High End Contingent Labor. Center
for Work Technology and Organization. Stanford: June 1999
Laird, Karylee and Williams, Nicholas. Employment Growth
in the Temporary Help Supply Industry. Journal of Labor Research.
Fall 1996, Vol. 17, Issue 4, p. 663
Lawson, Robert A. and Edward Bierhanzl. (Winter 2004). Labor
Market Flexibility: An Index Approach to Cross-Country Comparisons. Journal
of Labor Research. 25 (1): 117-127.
Lee, Dwight R. Why is Flexible Employment Increasing?
Journal of Labor Research v. 17 (Fall 1996) p. 543.
Mangan, John. (2000). Workers without traditional employment:
An international study of non-standard work. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
Mangum, Garth, Donald Mayall, and Kristin Nelson. (July 1985). The
Temporary Help Industry: A Response to the Dual Internal Labor Market.
Industrial and Labor Relations Review. 38: 599-611.

Mehta, C. and N. Theodore. Paying the Price for Flexibility:
Unemployment Insurance and the Temporary Staffing Industry. Working
USA 6(3): 84-110.
Mehta, C. and N. Theodore. Revolving Doors: Temp Agencies
as Accelerators of Churning in Low-Wage Labor Markets. Welfare, the Working
Poor, and Labor. Ed. L. Simmons. Armonk, NY: ME Sharpe, 90-104.
Mehta, C. and N. Theodore. Winning Union Representation
for Temps: An Analysis of the NLRB's M.B. Sturgis and Jeffboat Division Ruling.
Working USA 4(3): 37-58.

Moore, Mack A. (1965). The Temporary Help Service Industry:
Historical Development, Operation, and Scope. Industrial and Labor
Relations Review 18: 554-569.
Muhl, Charles J. The
Employment-at-Will Doctrine: Three Major Exceptions.
Monthly Labor Review,
January 2001.
Nannicini, Tommaso. (2004). The
Take-Off of Temporary Help Employment in the Italian Labor Market.
EUI Working
Paper ECO #2004/9.
Ono, Yukako and Alexei Zelenev. (2003). Temporary Help
Services and the Volatility of Industry Output. Federal Reserve Bank
of Chicago, Economic Perspectives. 27 (2): 15-28.
Otoo, Maria Ward. (1999). Temporary
Employment and the Natural Rate of Unemployment
. Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System, Division of Research and Statistics, Washington, DC.

Polivka, Anne E. Into
Contingent and Alternative Employment: By Choice?
Monthly Labor
Review, v. 199 (Oct. 1996) p. 55-74.

Peck, Jamie and Nik Theodore. (2003). Cycles of Contingency:
The temporary staffing industry and labor market adjustment in the U.S.
Contemporary Research on Temporary Employment: The Inside View from Six Countries.
Ed. John Burgess and Julia Connell. Newcastle: University of Newcastle Employment
Studies Centre.
Peck, Jamie and Theodore, Nik (1998). The Business of
Contingent Work: Growth and Restructuring in Chicago's Temporary Employment
Industry. Work, Employment, and Society 12: 655-674.
Segal, Lewis M. and Daniel G. Sullivan. (Spring 1997). The
Growth of Temporary Services Work. Journal of Economic Perspectives.
11 (2): 117-136.
Silber, Jeffrey M. (1997). The Temporary Staffing
Industry: Evolving Toward the Professional Services Model. New York:
Gerard Klauer Mattison.
Theodore, Nik. (August 2003). Political Economies of
Day Labour: Regulation and Restructuring of Chicago's Contingent Labour Markets.
Urban Studies. 40 (9): 1811-1828.
Theodore, Nikolas and Peck, Jamie (2002). The Temporary
Staffing Industry: Growth Imperatives and Limits to Contingency. Economic
Geography 78(4): 463-493.
Tilly, Chris. Short
Hours, Short Shrift: Causes and Consequences of Part-Time Work.
Policy Institute. 1990.
Uzzi, Brian and Zoe I. Barsness. (March 1998). Contingent
Employment in British Establishments: Organizational Determinants of the Use
of Fixed-Term Hires and Part-Time Workers. Social Forces. 76:
Valenzuela, A. (2003). Day Labor Work. Annual
Review of Sociology. 29: 307-333.
Vidal, Matt. Temporary Employment Relations and the Organization
of Work in Manufacturing Establishments.
Draft presented to the Economic Sociology Workshop, University of Wisconsin-Madison,
February 2000.
Vosco, Leah F. (2000). Temporary Work: The Gendered
Rise of a Precarious Employment Relationship. Toronto: University
of Toronto Press.
Ward, Kevin. (2002). Geographies of the Temporary Staffing
Industry Research Programme. University of Manchester, Working Paper.
Ward, Kevin (2002). Global Restructuring in the Temporary
Help Industry. Manchester: School of Geography, University of Manchester.
Ward, Kevin. (July 2003). Making "Flexible"
Manchester. International Review of Employment, 21-24.
Ward, Kevin. (2002). The UK Temporary Staffing Industry:
An Overview. University of Manchester, Working Paper.
Wiens-Tuers, Barbara A. and Elizabeth T. Hill. (June 2002). How
Did We Get Here from There? Movement into Temporary Employment. Journal
of Economic Issues. 36 (2): 303-311.

Theme by Danetsoft and Danang Probo Sayekti inspired by Maksimer