Recent Publications

CGWR faculty members have several new exciting publications on topics such as worker rights in the Bangladesh garment export sector, the Mexican labor revival, time flexibility as an antidote to youth unemployment, the labor rights struggles of Colombian waste pickers, and how the Landless Worker Movements' transformed Brazilian education.
Recent Publications

Rebecca Tarlau's new book, 'Occupying Schools, Occupying Land. How the Landless Workers Movement Transformed Brazilian Education'

-      Anner, Mark. 2019. “Squeezing workers’ rights in global supply chains: purchasing practices in the Bangladesh garment export sector in comparative perspective,” Review of International Political Economy. (Online first version.)

-      Anner, Mark. Nicolas Pons-Vignon, and Uma Rani. 2019. “For a Future of Work with Dignity: A Critique of the World Bank Development Report, The Changing Nature of Work.” Global Labour Journal. 10(1): 2-19.

-      Marinaro, Paolo and Ness, Immanuel. 2019. “Introduction: Mexican Labor Movement in Transformation.” The Journal of Labor and Society. 22:5-7

-      Maich, Katherine Eva, Jamie K. McCallum, and Ari Grant-Sasson. 2019. “Time’s Up! Shorter Hours, Public Policy, and Time Flexibility as an Antidote to Youth Unemployment.” In Youth, Jobs, and the Future: Problems and Prospects, edited by Lynn Chancer, Martin Sanchez-Jankowski, and Christine Trost. Oxford Press.

-      Ness, I. Z. Cope, and Marinaro, Paolo. 2019. (Ed.) Special Issue of The Journal of Labor and Society “Mexico: Workers Struggles and Labour Movement Revival.” In Boston, Massachusetts and Oxford, UK: Wiley Periodicals.

-      Quintero Ramírez, C. and Marinaro, Paolo. 2019. “The Remaking of the Mexican Labor Movement in the Automotive Industry.” The Journal of Labor and Society. 22:9-23

-      Rosaldo, Manuel. 2019."The Antinomies of Successful Mobilization: Colombian Recyclers Maneuver between Dispossession and Exploitation." Development and Change.

-      Tarlau, Rebecca. 2019. Occupying Schools, Occupying Land. How the Landless Workers Movement Transformed Brazilian Education. Oxford University Press.