Friday, November 18 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM Clark 5 (Floor 7)

Session 67
Good Jobs, Bad Jobs

Chair: Youbin Kang, University of Wisconsin - Madison

1. “We Got Support from Unions and That Proved a Useful Tiebreaker”: the Repoliticization of the Subminimum Wage, 2009-2022Emily Ruppel, University of California, Berkeley.

2. Good Jobs and Bad Jobs in HistoryBenjamin Schneider, Oslo Metropolitan University.

3. Good Jobs, Bad Jobs? Extending the Alienation Theory beyond Manual LaborMustafa Yavas, New York University Abu Dhabi.

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