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School of Social Work Research Publications for Roland W. Zullo

  1. Zullo, R. and Kiningham, H. (2022). Non-contractual relations between private mutual aid and government during a crisis. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 49(2), 93-113.
  2. Bullock, D. & Zullo, R. (2021). Diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives in the non-union trades. In Bilginsoy, C., Bullock, D., Wells, A. T., Zullo, R., and Rodgers, W. M. (Eds.), Report for the North American Building Trade Unions.
  3. Zullo, R. (2021). Mobilizing low propensity voters using digital communications: An experiment. Report for the Restaurant Opportunities Center, Michigan Chapter.
  4. Zullo, R. (2021). Does the open shop harm union collective action? Industrial Relations Journal, 52(2), 183-197.
  5. Zullo, R. (2021). Non-market institutions and crime in the U.S. countries: Hayek v. Polanyi. Review of Social Economy, 79(2), 310-332.
  6. Zullo, R. (2020). Private contracting and the hidden cost of burden shifting: The case of prison food. Corrections: Policy, Practce and Research, 5(4), 314-331.
  7. Zullo, R. (2020). Do unions adjust their strategy after right-to-work? Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal, 24(2), 163-187.
  8. Zullo, R. (2019). Explaining privatization failure: the vice of sweet carrots and hard sticks. Review of Radical Political Economics, 51(1), 111-128.
  9. Zullo, R. (2019). A cost comparison of MDOT vs. private consultant engineers. Michigan Journal of Public Affairs, 16, 54-60.
  10. Zullo, R. (2017). Lean in the public sector? Try flexible professionalism. In A. Farazmand (Ed.), Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance. Springer.
  11. Zullo, R. (2017). Should more law enforcement be the answer to crime? In J. Ward (Ed.), Policing and Race in America: Economic, Political, and Social Dynamics. Lexington Books.
  12. Zullo, R. & Liu, Y. (2017). Contending with defense industry reallocations: A literature review of relevant factors. Economic Development Quarterly, 31(4), 360-372.
  13. Zullo, R. (2017). An input adjustment method for challenging privatization: a case from Michigan Prison Health Services. Labor Studies Journal, 42(2), 85-98.
  14. Zullo, R. (2017). Better to own or to regulate? The case of alcohol distribution and sales. Administration and Society, 49(2), 190-211.
  15. Zullo, R. (2015). Right to work and Michigan labour. In N. Pons-Vignon & M. Nkosi (Eds.), Struggle in a Time of Crisis. London: Pluto Press.
  16. Bruno, R., Zullo, R., Manzo, F., & Dickson, A. (2015). The economic effects of adopting a right-to-work law: implications for Illinois. Laobr Studies Journal, 40(4), 319-361.
  17. Zullo, R. (2014). Labor and class in a neo-mercantile context: A view from the U.S. mid-west. D. Jacobs & P. Kahn (Eds.), Disunited States of America: Employment Relations Systems in Conflict (pp. 111-133). Urbana-Champaign, IL: LERA.
  18. Liu, J., Root, L. S., Beck, J. P. & Zullo, R. (2014). Creating worker-management committees to promote workers' voice in China. Journal of Workplace Rights, 17(1), 3-22.
  19. Zullo, R. (2013). Organized labor's civic niche. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 42(4), 781-802.
  20. Liu, J., Root, L., Beck, J., & Zullo, R. (2013). Creating worker-management committees to promote workers' voice in China. Journal of Workplace Rights, 17(1), 3-22.
  21. Zullo, R., Herlihy, P, & Heirich, M. (2012). A longitudinal lens on the evolution of EAP, work-life and wellness benefit programs. Well-Being: A Collection of Articles from WorldatWork. Scottsdale, AZ: WorldatWork Press.
  22. Zullo, R. (2012). The evolving demographics of the union movement. Labor Studies Journal, 37(2), 145-162.
  23. Zullo, R. (2011). Labor unions and charity. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 64(4), 699-711.
  24. Zullo, R. (2011). Right to work laws and fatalities in construction. Working USA: The Journal of Labor and Society, 14(2), 225-234.
  25. Zullo, R. (2010). [Review of the book The New New Deal: How Regional Activism Will Reshape the American Labor Movement by Amy B. Dean and David B. Reynolds]. Working USA: The Journal of Labor and Society, 13(2), 309-312.


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