Eileen Appelbaum (firstname.lastname@example.org) is Professor and Director of Rutgers University's Center for Women and Work. Formerly, she was Research Director at the Economic Policy Institute in Washington, DC. She received her Ph.D from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Appelbaum has authored or co-authored five books and edited or co-edited two more. Her recent publications have examined the effects of high performance workplace practices on outcomes for companies and employees, and the effects of work-family practices on organizations. She has published numerous articles on workforce, employment and labor market issues, and the labor market experiences of women. She is the author of Back to Work: Determinants of Women's Successful Reentry (1982) and co-author of Manufacturing Advantage: Why High Performance Work Systems Pay Off (2000). Her co-edited book, Low-Wage America: How Employers Are Shaping Opportunity in America, will be published in September 2003.