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The Hammer: Power, Inequality, and the Struggle for the Soul of Labor (May, 2024)

Monopsony in Labor Markets: Theory, Evidence, and Public Policy (April, 2024)

The Manufacturing of Job Displacement: How Racial Capitalism Drives Immigrant and Gender Inequality in the Labor Market (March, 2024)

Black Folk: The Roots of the Black Working Class (February, 2024)

Rethinking Work: Essays on Building a Better Workplace (January, 2024)

Exposing Pay: Pay Transparency and What it Means for Employees, Employers, and Public Policy (December, 2023)

Clean Air and Good Jobs: U.S. Labor and the Struggle for Climate Justice (November, 2023)

Unionizing the Ivory Tower: Cornell Workers' Fifteen-Year Fight for Justice and a Living Wage (October, 2023)

Transforming Unemployment Insurance for the Twenty-First Century: A Comprehensive Guide to Reform (September, 2023)

The Quantified Worker: Law and Technology in the Modern Workplace (August, 2023)

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