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How and Why to Empower Workers in the COVID-19 Response

How and Why to Empower Workers in the COVID-19 Response

April 24, 2020

By Sharon Block, Suzanne Kahn, Brishen Rogers, Benjamin I. Sachs

The “Double Gap” and the Bottom Line: African American Women’s Wage Gap and Corporate Profits

The “Double Gap” and the Bottom Line: African American Women’s Wage Gap and Corporate Profits

March 31, 2020

By Michelle Holder

A Progressive Framework for Free College

A Progressive Framework for Free College

December 18, 2019

By Suzanne Kahn

New Ideas for Free College: Learning from the Landscape of American Public Goods

New Ideas for Free College: Learning from the Landscape of American Public Goods

December 18, 2019

By Suzanne Kahn

Testimony before the House Education and Labor Committee Hearing on The Future of Work

Testimony before the House Education and Labor Committee Hearing on The Future of Work

October 23, 2019

By Brishen Rogers

Bridging Progressive Policy Debates: How Student Debt and the Racial Wealth Gap Reinforce Each Other

Bridging Progressive Policy Debates: How Student Debt and the Racial Wealth Gap Reinforce Each Other

September 9, 2019

By Suzanne Kahn, Mark Huelsman, Jen Mishory

Rightsizing the Workplace: How Public Power Can Support a 21st Century Labor Market That Works for All

Rightsizing the Workplace: How Public Power Can Support a 21st Century Labor Market That Works for All

July 15, 2019

By Rakeen Mabud

Beyond Automation: The Law & Political Economy of Workplace Technological Change

Beyond Automation: The Law & Political Economy of Workplace Technological Change

July 8, 2019

By Brishen Rogers

Challenges for Workers in the Age of Fissured Jobs and Joint Employers

Challenges for Workers in the Age of Fissured Jobs and Joint Employers

April 2, 2019

By Jess Forden

The Student Debt Crisis, Labor Market Credentialization, and Racial Inequality: How the Current Student Debt Debate Gets the Economics Wrong

The Student Debt Crisis, Labor Market Credentialization, and Racial Inequality: How the Current Student Debt Debate Gets the Economics Wrong

October 16, 2018

By Julie Margetta Morgan, Marshall Steinbaum