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1997
Belman, Dale,  Heywood, John S. Changes in the relative provision of public-sector pensions. Public Finance Review. 25, (4), 426-441.
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1988
Belman, Dale . Concentration, Unionism, and Labor Earnings: A Sample Selection Approach. Review of Economics and Statistics. 70, (3), 391 -
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1991
Belman, Dale,  Heywood, John S. Direct and indirect effects of unionization and government employment on fringe benefit provision. Journal of Labor Research. 12, (2), 111-121.
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1990
Belman, Dale,  Heywood, John S. The effect of establishment and firm size on public wage differentials. Public Finance Quarterly. 18, (2), 221-235.
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1989
Belman, Dale,  Heywood, John S. Government Wage Differentials: A Sample Selection Approach. Applied Economics. 21, (4), 427 -
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1993
Belman, Dale,  Heywood, John S. Job attributes and federal wage differentials. Industrial Relations. 32, (1), 148-157.
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1997
Belman, Dale,  Heywood, John S.,  Lund, John . Public sector earnings and the extent of unionization. Industrial and Labor Relations Review. 50, (4), 610-628.
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1988
Belman, Dale,  Heywood, John S. Public Wage Differentials And The Public Administration Industry. Industrial Relations. 27, (3), 385-393.
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1997
Belman, Dale,  Heywood, John S. Sheepskin effects by cohort: Implications of job matching in a signaling model. Oxford Economic Papers. 49, (4), 623-637.
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