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Myers, J.E. & Vinton, J. (2020). “IR: What is past, passing, and yet to come.” Review of A Field in Flux: Sixty Years of Industrial Relations, by Robert McKersie. LERA: Perspectives on Work, Vol. 24, pg. 104-105.

Peer-reviewed Publications

Myers, J.E. & Kellogg, K.C. (2022). State Actor Orchestration for Achieving Workforce Development at Scale: Evidence From Four U.S. States. ILR Review, (75)1.

Kellogg, K. C., Myers, J. E., Gainer, L., & Singer, S. J. (2021). Moving Violations: Pairing an Illegitimate Learning Hierarchy with Trainee Status Mobility for Acquiring New Skills When Traditional Expertise Erodes. Organization Science, 32(1), 181-209.

Other Publications 

- Rachel Carson -

"If facts are the seeds that later produce knowledge and wisdom, then the emotions and the impressions of the senses are the fertile soil in which the seeds must grow."


Working Papers

Myers, J.E. When Big Brother is Benevolent: How Technology Developers Navigate Power Dynamics Among Users to Elevate Worker Interests (Under second review)


Myers, J. E. When and How Technology Developers Can Facilitate Worker Voice: The Case of a Manufacturing Monitoring System (Revise and resubmit)

Myers, J.E. Ecological Matching: How Change Agents Shape the Learning of Occupational Groups Following Environmental Change (Revise and resubmit)

Myers, J. E. Employer Perceptions of Youth Workforce Development: Promoting Occupational Embeddedness in Two Tennessee Regions (Preparing manuscript)

Myers, J.E. & Kellogg, K.C. Sequential Ambidexterity for the Integration of New HR Practices Into Existing Operations: The Case of Online Training in Long-term Care Facilities (Preparing manuscript) 

- Temple Grandin -

"Observation is an important part of science because it is used to form hypotheses for controlled experiments."

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