NJFAC Proposals for Decent Jobs for All

There is plenty of evidence that unemployment has many far-reaching effects other than loss of income, including psychological harm, loss of work motivation, skill and self-confidence, increase in ailments and morbidity (and even mortality rates), disruption of family relations and social life, hardening of social exclusion and accentuation of racial tensions and gender asymmetries.– Amartya Sen, Development as Freedom (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1999), pp.94-95. [Sen is winner of the 1998 Nobel Prize in Economics.]

Shared Prosperity and the Drive for Decent Work     Major Job Proposals from others

¿Que Paso Con La Prosperidad Compartida?

A 21st Century Bill of Rights

Employment or Income Guarantees: Which Would Do the Better Job? Trudy Goldberg, NLF F/16    L. Randall Wray letter, Toward a New New Deal

An Answer to Unemployment: A Jobs-for-All Bill, Conyers & Harvey

Green Jobs for All: Two Crises: One Solution, 9/14

Campaign for America’s Future interview Trudy Goldberg on Building the Full Employment Movement 7/14

Unemployment Policy Should Include New Deal-Style Work Programs Goldberg, 1/14

Supply-Side Measures: Reduced Work Time, Goldberg

Back To Work: A Public Jobs Proposal For Economic Recovery Harvey, Demos

From Here to Full Employment, Darity, 11/12

Can the Jobs Gap Be Filled through Temporary Public-sector Positions? Harvey 3/12 FRB, Atlanta

Challenges to Large-Scale Federal Job Creation, Goldberg

Learning from the New Deal [jobs programs], Harvey, 11/09

Resolution in Support of the Drive for Decent Work, NJFAC 5/09

Temporary Emergency Relief Adm, Goldberg

Lessons from the New Deal Public Employment Programs Nancy E. Rose

Decent Work and Public Investment: a Proposal, Goldberg and Ginsburg, NLF Spr 2008