How does corporate power suppress worker wages? And why has it hit rural America especially hard?
Steinbaum’s latest research reveals how employers are using increasingly concentrated corporate power to shape the labor market to their own advantage—driving down wages, limiting worker mobility, and reducing entrepreneurship. The decades-long weakening of antitrust policy may be to blame.
Friday, March 23, 2018
Breakfast available at 8:30 AM
Discussion begins promptly at 9 AM
Concluding at 10 AM (including Q&A)
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New York, NY 10022