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ILR site tops 5 million downloads

Visitors to DigitalCommons@ILR – a repository of almost 16,000 workplace-related documents – have clicked “download” more than five million times.

Featuring the work of ILR School faculty and researchers, DigitalCommons@ILR launched in 2004 and includes collections of externally produced material selected by ILR’s Catherwood Library.

Content ranges from the 2002 collective bargaining agreement between the Amityville (N.Y.) Union Free School District and the Amityville Teachers Association to “The Evolution of Unemployment Relief in Great Britain” by ILR’s George Boyer, professor of labor economics.

The most frequently downloaded document, co-authored by ILR Associate Professor Jack Goncalo: “The Bias Against Creativity: Why People Desire But Reject Creative Ideas.”


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