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1995 Who works when? Evidence form the US and GermanyHamermesh, Daniel S.
1999 The Changing Distribution of Job SatisfactionHamermesh, Daniel S.
2000 Reforming the Financial Incentives of the Welfare SystemHamermesh, Daniel S.
2001 Two-Sided Learning, Labor Turnover and Worker DisplacementPfann, Gerard A.; Hamermesh, Daniel S.
2005 The economics of workaholism: we should not have worked on this paperHamermesh, Daniel S.; Slemrod, Joel
2005 The value of peripatetic economists: a sesqui-difference evaluation of Bob GregoryHamermesh, Daniel S.
2005 Stressed out on four continents: time crunch or yuppie kvetch?Hamermesh, Daniel S.; Lee, Jungmin
2006 The distribution of total work in the EU and USBurda, Michael C.; Hamermesh, Daniel S.; Weil, Philippe
2006 The time and timing costs of market work, and their implications for retirementHamermesh, Daniel S.
2006 Time to eat: household production under increasing income inequalityHamermesh, Daniel S.
2006 Cues for coordination: light, longitude and LettermanHamermesh, Daniel S.; Myers, Caitlin Knowles; Pocock, Mark L.
2007 Total work, gender and social normsBurda, Michael C.; Hamermesh, Daniel S.; Weil, Philippe
2007 The demand for variety: a household production perspectiveHamermesh, Daniel S.; Gronau, Reuben
2007 Fun with matched firm-employee data: progress and road mapsHamermesh, Daniel S.
2007 Total work, gender and social normsBurda, Michael C.; Hamermesh, Daniel S.; Weil, Philippe
2007 Replication in economicsHamermesh, Daniel S.
2008 A (Very Slightly Critical) Encomium to the SOEPHamermesh, Daniel S.
2008 The timing of labor demandCardoso, Ana Rute; Hamermesh, Daniel S.; Varejão, José
2008 Strike three: umpires' demand for discriminationParsons, Christopher A.; Sulaeman, Johan; Yates, Michael C.; Hamermesh, Daniel S.
2009 Evidence on unemployment, market work and household productionBurda, Michael C.; Hamermesh, Daniel S.