Prepared for the National Jobs for All Coalition by Charles Bell, Consumers Union; Helen Lachs Ginsburg, Economics (Emerita), Brooklyn College; Gertrude Schaffner Goldberg, Social Work, Adelphi University; Philip Harvey, School of Law, Rutgers University; June Zaccone, Economics (Emerita), Hofstra University Shared Prosperity and the Drive for Decent Work [download] URPE Joins the Drive for Decent… Read More Shared Prosperity and the Drive for Decent Work
Special Report 6, July 2015 by June Zaccone, Assoc. Prof. of Economics (Emerita), Hofstra University and NJFAC Executive Committee. [lfpr for 25-54 updated, 5/16] Whenever a recession leads to dropouts from the measured labor force, as those who despair of finding work give up looking, commentators begin asking whether the decline in the labor force… Read More Is the Decline in the Labor Force Participation Rate During This Recession Permanent?
1. “Jobs for All, Economic Justice, and the Challenge of Welfare ‘Reform’,” Gertrude Schaffner Goldberg, Journal of Public Health Policy, 1997. 2. “Building a Movement for Full Employment,” Gertrude Schaffner Goldberg and Sheila Collins, from Social Policy, Spring 1998. 3. “Social Security: The Phony Crisis”, Helen Lachs Ginsburg, testimony to NYC Council, April 1998 4.… Read More Reprint Series
September 25, 2000 FIVE YEARS CLOSER TO ECONOMIC JUSTICE: A Proposal by the National Jobs for All Coalition Preamble Imagine a society without poverty. Imagine a society in which all people who want and need to work have jobs that enable them to earn a living adequate for health and well-being. Imagine a society in… Read More Five Years Closer to Economic Justice: A Proposal to the National Council of Churches of Christ, U.S. A.