Chris Tilly
Chris Tilly
Professor of Urban Planning, UCLA
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Stories employers tell: Race, skill, and hiring in America
P Moss, C Tilly
Russell Sage Foundation, 2001
8112001
“Soft” skills and race: An investigation of black men's employment problems
P Moss, C Tilly
Work and Occupations 23 (3), 252-276, 1996
6141996
Half a job: Bad and good part-time jobs in a changing labor market
C Tilly
Temple University Press, 2010
5902010
Work under capitalism
C Tilly
Routledge, 2019
5522019
Reasons for the continuing growth of part-time employment
C Tilly
MoNTHLY LAB. REv. 114, 10, 1991
3901991
Capitalist work and labor markets
C Tilly, C Tilly
Centre for Studies of Social Change, New School for Social Research, 1992
2911992
Dualism in part‐time employment
C Tilly
Industrial Relations: a Journal of Economy and Society 31 (2), 330-347, 1992
2101992
Glass ceilings and bottomless pits: Women's work, women's poverty
RP Albelda, R Lalbelda, C Tilly
South End Press, 1997
1901997
Why black men are doing worse in the labor market: A review of supply-side and demand-side explanations
P Moss, C Tilly
SSRC, 1991
1501991
Urban inequality: Evidence from four cities
A O'connor, C Tilly, L Bobo
Russell Sage Foundation, 2001
1422001
Short Hours, Short Shrift. Causes and Consequences of Part-Time Work.
C Tilly
EPI Publications, ME Sharpe, Inc., 80 Business Park Drive, Armonk, NY 10504, 1990
1321990
The impact of the economic crisis on international migration: a review
C Tilly
Work, employment and society 25 (4), 675-692, 2011
1312011
Retail jobs in comparative perspective
F Carré, C Tilly, M Van Klaveren, D Voss-Dahm
Low-wage work in the wealthy world, 211-268, 2010
1092010
The gloves-off economy: Workplace standards at the bottom of America's labor market
AD Bernhardt, H Boushey, L Dresser, C Tilly
Cornell University Press, 2008
1082008
Under construction: The continuing evolution of job structures in call centers
P Moss, H Salzman, C Tilly
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 47 (2), 173-208, 2008
762008
Are bad jobs inevitable?: Trends, determinants and responses to job quality in the twenty-first century
C Warhurst, F Carré, P Findlay, C Tilly
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2012
732012
Good jobs or BAD jobs: what does the US Evidence say?
GW Loveman, C Tilly
International Labour Organization, 1988
711988
Space as a signal: How employers perceive neighborhoods in four metropolitan labor markets
C Tilly, P Moss, J Kirschenman, I Kennelly
Urban inequality: Evidence from four cities, 304-338, 2001
662001
Arresting the Decline of Good Jobs in the USA?
C Tilly
Industrial Relations Journal 28 (4), 269-274, 1997
651997
Precarious labor, south and north: An introduction
S Mosoetsa, J Stillerman, C Tilly
International Labor and Working Class History 89, 5, 2016
642016
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