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“Interview with Samir Sonti” CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies, October 2021

  Why have American unions have shrunk dramatically since the 1970s? Join us to hear from Sanford Jacoby and his findings about the failures of corporate reform, the search for […]

Online Event: Why have American unions have shrunk dramatically since the 1970s?

LABOR IN THE AGE OF FINANCE: PENSIONS, POLITICS, AND CORPORATIONS FROM DEINDUSTRIALIZATION TO DODD-FRANK Thursday, October 7, 2021 * 12pm – 1pm ET * via Zoom CLICK HERE TO R.S.V.P. […]

Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance: “Labor in the Age of Finance”

Posted by Sanford M. Jacoby (UCLA), on Monday, August 9, 2021 More from: Sanford Jacoby Sanford M. Jacoby is Distinguished Research Professor of Management, History, and Public Affairs at UCLA Anderson […]

“New Book by Jacoby Focuses on Labor in Age of Finance”

A new book by Sanford Jacoby of UCLA Luskin analyzes the reaction of the U.S. labor movement to financialization over the past half-century. In “Labor in the Age of Finance: Pensions, Politics, and […]

Fast Company: “How labor unions are still trying to get protections for Amazon workers”

Beyond a failed union bid in Bessemer, Alabama, unions and labor activists are using pressure and potential legislation to change how Amazon treats its warehouse workers [Photo: Paul Hennessy/NurPhoto/Getty Images][…]