In two previous posts on this blog, I’ve discussed the issue of premature deindustrialization and some of its possible consequences. In a recent paper, I, along with co-author Bret Anderson of Southern Oregon University, explored the potential consequences of premature deindustrialization further by examining the possible connections between premature deindustrialization and the defeminization of industrial employment. 1,383 more words
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It follows a group of factory workers who go on strike in an attempt to block the relocation of their workplace by its crooked owners. Vasco Viana was the cinematographer and the film was shot on 16mm. 39 more words
The party has harmed millions of their own former constituents. If they change course, they can reverse their losses
By Thomas Frank
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The tragedy of the 2016 election is connected closely, at least for me, to the larger tragedy of the industrial midwest.
The Bulletin of Indonesia Economic Studies editorship has added this paper to its Editor’s Choice open-access collection. So that licenses me to publicize it, right? But seriously, a massive export boom accompanied by declining real earnings, that’s a puzzle.