Center for Labor Economics. UC Berkeley center promoting research in labor market issues and policies.
Handbook of Labor Economics. Key reference handbook in labor economics, edited by Orley Ashenfelter and Richard Layard.
Institute for Research on Labor and Employment. Institute at UC Berkeley supporting multidisiciplinary research on labor and employment relations.
Labordoc. International Labour Organization (ILO) database on work, sustainable livelihoods, and work-related aspects of development, human rights & technology.
Labor Economists Gateway. Links to labor economists' web sites, research centers, institutes, statistics and datasets, journals, e-books, documents, and working papers.
NBER Labor Studies Program. NBER program studying issues of employment, compensation, determinants of unemployment, effects of labor unions, and benefits.
Society of Labor Economists. Primary academic association of U.S. labor economists, publisher of the Journal of Labor Economics.
Working Women, 1800-1930. Digitized manuscript and image collections exploring women's roles in the US economy between the Civil War and the Great Depression.
Foreign Labor Statistics. From the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Labor statistics derived from the foreign countries, the International Labour Office (ILO), Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), and the EU.
ILOSTAT. International labor statistics from 1979 to the present on employment, earnings, wages, migration, strikes and more, from the International Labour Organization.
International Data Base. From the U.S. Census Bureau. Statistics for demographic, and socioeconomic data for countries and areas of the world. Information dates from 1950 to 2050.
IPUMS International. Census microdata for over 90 countries worldwide.
Occupational Wages Around the World (OWW). Wages data derived by the NBER from the ILO. Data requires advanced statistical application software.
Penn World Tables. Freely available data on population, national income accounts and prices, from 1950.
UN Data. Wide range of economic, social, cultural, and demographic indicators for most countries and territories of the world.
World Development Indicators. Primary World Bank collection of development indicators.
American Factfinder (U.S. Census Bureau). Database for online source for accessing population, housing, economic and geographic data from the from the U.S. Census, including the Census of Population and Housing and the American Community Survey.
Integrated Public Use Microdata Series (IPUMS). From the Minnesota Population Center. Provides census and survey data from around the world integrated across time and space. Includes the following:
Longitudinal Employer Household Dynamics. Several data products that characterize workforce dynamics for specific groups. The Quarterly Workforce Indicators (QWI), LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics (LODES), Job-to-Job Flows (J2J), and Post-Secondary Employment Outcomes (PSEO) are available for public use.
Neighborhood Change Database. Contains US tract-level data from the 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000 and 2010 decennial censuses with variables and tract boundaries that are consistently defined across census years with details such as population, household, and housing characteristics, income, poverty status, education level, employment, housing costs, immigration, and other variables.
United States Census Bureau. The principal source of periodic U.S demographic data. Major programs include the Census of Population and Housing available via American Factfinder and the American Community Survey.
United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. (BLS). Data on inflation and prices, unemployment, productivity, wages, and much more. The BLS manages the Current Population Survey (see also IPUMS version) and the National Longitudinal Surveys.
British Journal of Industrial Relations
Economic & Industrial Democracy
European Journal of Industrial Relations
Industrial & Labor Relations Review
International Labour Review
Journal of Labor Economics
International Journal of Manpower
Monthly Labor Review