Publications

The searchable list below includes peer-reviewed publications by CPC fellows, predoctoral trainees, postdoctoral scholars, and professional staff during the period of 2004 - present. 

Additional publications by our research projects and their collaborative communities may be found on their respective web sites such as:


Morgan, Jennifer Craft; Dill, Janette; & Kalleberg, Arne L. (2013). The Quality of Healthcare Jobs: Can Intrinsic Rewards Compensate for Low Extrinsic Rewards? Work, Employment and Society, 27(5), 802-22.

Dill, Janette S.; Morgan, Jennifer Craft; & Kalleberg, Arne L. (2012). Making Bad Jobs Better: The Case of Frontline Health Care Workers. In Warhurst, Chris, Carre, Françoise, Findlay, Patricia, Tilly, Chris, Lloyd, Caroline, Smith, Chris & Warhurst, Chris (Eds.), Are Bad Jobs Inevitable?: Trends, Determinants and Responses to Job Quality in the Twenty-First Century (pp. 110-27). New York: Palgrave.

Kalleberg, Arne L. (2012). Job Quality and Precarious Work: Clarifications, Controversies, and Challenges. Work and Occupations, 39(4), 427-48.

Kalleberg, Arne L.; & Marsden, Peter V. (2012). Labor Force Insecurity and U.S. Work Attitudes, 1970s-2006. In Marsden, Peter V. (Ed.), Social Trends in American Life: Findings from the General Social Survey since 1972 (pp. 315-37). Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press.

Kalleberg, Arne L. (2011). Good Jobs, Bad Jobs: The Rise of Polarized and Precarious Employment Systems in the United States, 1970s to 2000s. Barthel-Bouchier, Diane, Bogard, Cynthia J., Kimmel, Michael, Levy, Daniel, Moran, Timothy P., Rosenthal, Naomi, Schwartz, Michael, & Zwerman, Gilda (Eds.), New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Kalleberg, Arne L.; & Swanberg, Jennifer E. (2011). Creating "Good Jobs" in North Carolina and the South. In Gitterman, Daniel Paul & Coclanis, Peter A. (Eds.), A Way Forward: Building a Globally Competitive South (pp. 148-51). Chapel Hill, N.C.: UNC Global: Distributed by the University of North Carolina Press.

Warhurst, Chris; Findlay, Patricia; & Kalleberg, Arne L. (2011). Human Relations Special Issue Call for Papers: Understanding Job Quality. Human Relations, 64(1), 133-6.

Mouw, Ted; & Kalleberg, Arne L. (2010). Do Changes in Job Mobility Explain the Growth of Wage Inequality among Men in the United States, 1977-2005? Social Forces, 88(5), 2053-77.

Mouw, Ted; & Kalleberg, Arne L. (2010). Occupations and the Structure of Wage Inequality in the United States, 1980s to 2000s. American Sociological Review, 75(3), 402-31.

Olsen, Karen Modesta; Kalleberg, Arne L.; & Nesheim, Torstein. (2010). Perceived Job Quality in the United States, Great Britain, Norway and West Germany, 1989-2005. European Journal of Industrial Relations, 16(3), 221-40.

Kalleberg, Arne L. (2009). Precarious Work, Insecure Workers: Employment Relations in Transition. American Sociological Review, 74(1), 1-22.

Kalleberg, Arne L. (2009). Rethinking the Sociology of Work, Workers and the Workplace. Labour and Industry, 19(3), 29-48.

Kalleberg, Arne L. (2009). [The Growth of Precarious Work: A Global Challenge]. Revista Brasileira de Ciencias Sociais, 24(69), 21-30.

Kalleberg, Arne L.; Nesheim, Torstein; & Olsen, Karen Modesta. (2009). Is Participation Good or Bad for Workers? Effects of Autonomy, Consultation and Teamwork on Stress among Workers in Norway. Acta Sociologica, 52(2), 99-116.

Kalleberg, Arne L. (2008). Sociologists Visit a Changing China. Contexts, 7(3), 26-7.

Kalleberg, Arne L. (2008). The Mismatched Worker: When People Don’t Fit Their Jobs. Academy of Management Perspectives, 22(1), 24-40.

Kalleberg, Arne L. (2008). The State of Work (and Workers) in America. Work and Occupations, 35(3), 243-61.

Edwards, John R.; Crain, Marion; & Kalleberg, Arne L. (2007). Ending Poverty in America: How to Restore the American Dream. New York: New Press.

Kalleberg, Arne L. (2007). The Mismatched Worker. New York: W. W. Norton.

Nesheim, Torstein; Olsen, Karen Modesta; & Kalleberg, Arne L. (2007). Externalizing the Core: Firms’ Use of Employment Intermediaries in the Information and Communication Technology Industries. Human Resource Management, 46(2), 247-64.

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