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Friday

Conference Activities  •  6/12/2020
11 - 11:45 am
Co-Chairs: William Canak, Middle Tennessee State University (ret.) and Bonnie Castrey, Dispute Resolution Services
12 ‑ 12:45 pm
Membership Committee Meeting—Committee Stream 1
Co-Chairs: Cyndi Furseth, Portland General Electric (ret.) and David Lewin, University of California, Los Angeles
1 ‑ 1:45 pm
Development Committee Meeting—Committee Stream 1
Co-Chairs: Jim Pruitt, Kaiser Permanente and Harry C. Katz, Cornell University
1:45 ‑ 2:30 pm
Chair: Adrienne E. Eaton, LERA President-Elect and Program Chair
2:30 ‑ 3:15 pm
Chair: Wilma B. Liebman, former Chair, National Labor Relations Board
3:30 ‑ 4:15 pm
Editorial Committee Meeting—Committee Stream 1
Chair: Ryan Lamare, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
4:30 ‑ 5:15 pm
Chair: Adrienne E. Eaton, LERA President-Elect and Program Chair
5:15 ‑ 6 pm
Chair: Adrienne E. Eaton, LERA President-Elect and Program Chair
6 ‑ 7:30 pm
Executive Board Meeting—Link Distributed Manually
Chair: Dennis L. Dabney, LERA President

Saturday

Conference Activities  •  6/13/2020
10:30 ‑ 10:45 am
Co-Chairs: Maite Tapia, Michigan State University; Emily Smith and Bernadette Tiemann, LERA
11 ‑ 11:30 am
Featured Speaker: Adrienne E. Eaton, LERA President-Elect and Program Chair
  
11:45 am ‑ 12:45 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Chair: Kelly I. Pike, York University
Presenters: Felipe Caro, University of California, Los Angeles; Leonard Lane, University of California, Irvine; and Anna Saez de Tejada Cuenca, Georgetown UniversityCan Brands Claim Ignorance? Unauthorized Subcontracting in Apparel Supply Chains
Chunyun Li, London School of Economics and Political Sciences and Sarosh C. Kuruvilla, Cornell UniversityThe Influence of Brand Market Segment and Product Complexity on Supplier Compliance: The Case of a Global Retailer
Ashley Palmarozzo, Harvard University; Jodi Short, University of California, Hastings; and Michael Toffel, Harvard UniversityAuditing the Auditors: Independence, Reputational Spillovers, and Quality
Elizabeth A. Bennett, Lewis & Clark College and Janina Grabs, Hybrid Integrated Profit-sharingSocial Enterprise Models: A Novel Approach to Value Sharing in the Coffee Sector and Beyond
Discussant: Greg Distelhorst, University of Toronto
 
Chair: Lina Stepick, University of Oregon
Discussants: Bob Bussel, University of OregonA Film Showing of "The Care Revolution" Documentary: Home Care Workers Tell Their Story
Joy'e Willman, SEIU Local 503Invisible No More: Building a Care Union in Oregon
Lina Stepick, University of OregonNew Research on the State of Home Care in Oregon
 
Co-Chairs: Erin L. Kelly, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Peter Berg, Michigan State University
Presenters: Sunjin Pak, Slippery Rock University at Pennsylvania; Amit Kramer, Yin Lee and Ki-Jung Kim, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignTeasing Out the Impact of Long Working Hours on Work-to-Family Enrichment and Conflict: A Meta-Analytic Investigation of the Mediating Role of Vigor and Exhaustion
Kristen Harknett, University of California, San Francisco; Daniel Schneider, University of California, Berkeley; and Rebecca Wolfe, University of California, San FranciscoSleepless in the Service Sector? The Association between Work Schedules and Sleep
Alex M. Kowalski, Erin L. Kelly and Hazhir Rahmandad, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyThe productivity and turnover costs of unstable schedules and who bears them: An examination of work hours in warehousing
Lina Stepick, Larissa Petrucci, Lola Loustaunau and Ellen Scott, University of OregonAssessing the Initial Impacts of the First Statewide Fair Scheduling Law in Oregon
 
1.4  LERA/AILR Best Papers (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 4
Chair: David Lewin, University of California, Los Angeles
Presenters: Amanda Chuan, Michigan State UniversityWorkplace Automation and the Gender Gap in Human Capital
Jung Ook Kim, Rutgers UniversityDemocratic Spillover from Workplace into Politics: What are We Measuring and How?
Ting Ren and Xinguo Yu, Peking UniversitySTEM Women and Gender Pay Gap in IT Career
Yao Yao, University of TorontoNavigating Counter-Institutions: Lawyers’ Professional Identity in the Online Gig Economy
11:45 am ‑ 12:45 pm
Co-Chairs: Janet Gillman, Oregon Employment Relations Board; Richard Fincher, Workplace Resolutions LLC; and Mark Gough, Pennsylvania State University
  
1 ‑ 2 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Chair: Lance Compa, Cornell University
Presenters: Christopher Raymond, Cornell UniversityLabor Transnationalism and Horizontal Solidarities in the Bangladeshi Garment Industry
Kelly I. Pike, York UniversityScreening of "Rethabile's Story" - A 25 Minute Documentary on Day-to-day Life in Lesotho's Clothing Factories, and Challenges for Decent Work Regulation in Africa
Discussant: Elizabeth A. Bennett, Lewis & Clark College
 
2.2  COVID-19 and the World of Work: Global Challenges & Responses (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 2
Co-Chairs: Jeffrey S. Wheeler, Georgetown University and Janice Bellace, University of Pennsylvania
Presenters: Beverly Lobo, Georgetown UniversityCOVID-19 and its Impact on Workers in India
Samuel Oswald, Georgetown UniversityLabor in Italy & Greece: Through Pandemic & Economic Crisis
Mariana Couttolenc, Georgetown UniveristyCOVID-19 and Mexico: Government Response and Impact of a Global Pandemic on Labor & Employment
Lucia Bautista, George Mason UniversityChallenges and Responses to COVID-19 in Bangladesh
Emma Fox, Georgetown UniversityThe Impact of COVID-19 on French Labor
Cameron Shane, Georgetown UniversitySouth Africa: COVID-19 & The World of Work
Discussants: Kevin Cassidy, International Labour Organization
Harry C. Katz, Cornell University
 
2.3  Work-Family Policies: Lessons from International Research (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 3
Co-Chairs: Peter Berg, Michigan State University and Erin L. Kelly, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Presenters: Dasom Jang and Peter Berg, Michigan State UniversityGender Role Orientation and Spousal Gap in Work and Family Hours: Moderation Effect of Gender and Age
Duanyi Yang and Erin L. Kelly, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Laura Kubzansky and Lisa Berkman, Harvard UniversityWorking from Home and Worker Wellbeing: New Evidence from Germany
Karen Kramer, Teresa Cardador and Eunmi Mun, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Sunjin Pak, Slippery Rock University at Pennsylvania; and Sanghoon Lee, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignThe Effect of Paternal Leave on Parent's Life Satisfaction and Mother's Labor Force Participation: Evidence from Australia, Germany, and Korea
 
Chair: David Weil, Brandeis University
Presenters: Ken Jacobs, University of California, Berkeley and Rebecca Smith, National Employment Law ProjectState and Local Policies and Sectoral Bargaining: From Individual Rights to Collective Power
Lewis A. McMurran, State of WashingtonWashington State's Future of Work Task Force
Heather Grob, Saint Martin's UniversityRethinking Multi-Employer Benefit Structures
Lisa Jordan, United SteelworkersWhat do Tech Workers Want? A Review of the Experience Organizing Google Contract Workers
 
2.6  LGBTQ Issues in the Unionized Workforce—Breakout Stream 6
Chair: Lucille Alfano, Mediator Services, LLC
Panelists: Jonathan Cohen, Plosia Cohen LLCEducating Employers as to LGBTQ Issues
William Dwyer, Rutgers UniversityThe Evolution of LGBTQ Issues in the Modern Workplace: An Academic Perspective
Barbara J. Diamond, Diamond Law TrainingThe Union's Role in LGBTQ Workplace Issues
2:15 ‑ 2:45 pm
Chair: Adrienne E. Eaton, LERA President-Elect and Program Chair
  
3 ‑ 4 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Chair: Rosemary Batt, Cornell University
Presenters: Greg Distelhorst, University of TorontoWages of Sin? Exporter Economic Performance and Labor Compliance in China
Chunyun Li, London School of Economics and Political Sciences and Sarosh C. Kuruvilla, Cornell UniversitySupplier Management Quality and Compliance: the Role of Supplier Human Resource and Labor Practices
Raymond Robertson, Texas A&M UniversityTransparency and Compliance: Evidence from Better Work Jordan
Ana Antolin, Laura Babbitt, Drusilla Brown and Howard Wen, Tufts UniversityDoes Better Work Promote Worker Wellbeing and Firm Performance? Evidence from Cambodia
Discussant: Kelly I. Pike, York University
 
3.2  Labor Unrest in Platform Work: A Global Perspective (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 2
Chair: Mark Stuart, University of Leeds
Presenters: Biju Mathew, Rider UniversityOrganizing Ride-Hailing Drivers in India
Simon Joyce, Mark Stuart, Vera Trappmann, Charles Riou Umney and Ioulia Bessa, University of Leeds and Denis Neumann, Freie University, BerlinA Global Struggle: Worker Organising and Protest in Platform Work
Discussant: Virginia Doellgast, Cornell University
 
Chair: Jenna E. Myers, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Presenters: Adam Seth Litwin, Cornell UniversityTechnological Change in Healthcare Delivery: Its Drivers and Consequences for Work and Workers
Phoebe Strom, Cornell University"When You Have Less Status than a Computer": Information Technology and Organizational Hierarchy
Lisa Kresge, University of California, BerkeleyA Conceptual Framework for Understanding Data-Driven Algorithmic Technologies in the Workplace, their Consequences, and Collective Responses
Discussants: Ariel C. Avgar, Cornell University
Brad Markell, AFL-CIO Working For America Institute
 
Chair: Kaumudi Misra, California State University, East Bay
Presenters: Peter Norlander, Loyola University of ChicagoDoes Competition Protect Temporary Guest Workers from Wage Theft?
Alan Benson, University of Minnesota; Simon Board and Moritz Meyer-ter-Vehn, University of California, Los AngelesDiscrimination in Hiring: Evidence from Retail
Jed DeVaro, California State University, East BayWork Schedules
 
3.5  Football: Employment-Related Issues Behind the Face Mask (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 6
Chair: Stephen R. Sleigh, Sleigh Strategy LLC
Presenters: Patrick McHugh, George Washington University; Matthew Hinkel, Michigan State University; and Mark Hyman, University of MarylandOpening the Ballot Box: Examining the Union Voting Behavior of College Football Players
Mary E. Graham and Bhavneet Walia, Syracuse University and Chris Robinson, Tulane UniversityCheerleaders as a Moderator of the Relationship Between Women Executives and NFL Player Arrests
Brittany Kmush, Madeline Hilton, Bhavneet Walia, Shane Sanders and Justin Ehrlich, Syracuse UniversityA Logistic Regression Analysis of Reported Concussion Risk among NCAA FBS Football Players
Discussants: Mark Hyman, University of Maryland
Matthew M. Bodah, University of Rhode Island
  
4:15 ‑ 5:15 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
4.1  LERA Best Posters (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 1
Chair: Andrew Weaver, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Presenters: Courtney Anne Chicvak, Columbia UniversityOpen Channels: The Use of Workplace Dispute Resolution Systems for Sustainable Workforce Downsizing Among Non-Union Employees
Niti Pandey, Eastern Connecticut State UniversityLabor Market Explanations for the Decline of New England Whaling
Xiaofei Chen, Renmin University of China and Guanfu Fang, Shanghai University of International Business and EconomicsEmpirical Study on Government Regulation Effect of Ride-hailing Industry in China
Helen LaVan, DePaul UniversityWhere the Green Jobs Are: Do the Best Green Companies Emphasize Green Jobs in CSR?
Lifei Chen, Anoop A. Javalagi, Raees Meghani, Yuan Cai, Daniel A. Newman and Ryan Lamare, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUnion Commitment Facets (Loyalty, Responsibility, and Willingness): A Meta-Analysis
Rob Boyle, Saint Louis UniversityCraving More: The Influence of a Small Coffee Shop on Social Sustainability
François-Xavier Devetter, CLERSE Université de Lille and Julie Valentin, University of Paris 1, CESWhat Policy for More Sustainable Jobs in "Unskilled" Services?
Ali Nawaz Khan, Tongji University and Naseer Abbas Khan, Huaiyin Institute of TechnologyTransactional Leadership: A Stimulator of Innovative Behavior of the Employees in Municipal Organizations
Benjamin Glasner, University of WashingtonLow Wage Worker Identification in Administrative Data: The Case for Machine Learning
Muhammad Ali, Tongji UniversityHigh-Performance Work Systems and Unit Service Performance: A Two-Stage Mediating Model
Anne Kovalainen and Seppo Poutanen, University of TurkuAt-Work-Learning Among Platform Workers
Huirong Zhang, Shandong Management University; Mingwei Liu, Rutgers University; Shengsen Duan, Shandong Management School; and Panpan Gao, Capital University of Economics and BusinessDoes Hiring Retired Elites as Independent Directors Pay Off in Chinese Companies?
5:30 ‑ 5:45 PM
Chair: Adrienne E. Eaton, LERA President-Elect and Program Chair

Sunday

Conference Activities  •  6/14/2020
10:30 ‑ 10:45 am
Co-Chairs: Maite Tapia, Michigan State University; Emily Smith and Bernadette Tiemann, LERA
  
11 am ‑ 12 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Chair: Dionne Pohler, University of Toronto
Presenters: Nelson Lichtenstein, University of California, Santa BarbaraSectoral Bargaining: Opportunity and Dilemma for American Labor
Greg Distelhorst, University of TorontoMultinational Corporations as Labor Regulators
Rachel Aleks, University of Windsor; Michael David Maffie, Pennsylvania State University; and Tina Saksida, University of Prince Edward IslandThe Role of Collective Bargaining in the Digitized Workplace
Jason Spicer, University of Toronto; Robert Manduca, Harvard University; and Tamara Kay, University of Notre DameNational Living Wage Movements in a Regional World: The Fight for $15 in the United States
Dionne Pohler and Kourtney Koebel, University of TorontoBasic Income Guarantees
 
5.2  Beyond ESOP (Workshop)—Breakout Stream 2
Chair: Jessie Myszka, Equal Exchange
Panelists: Natalie Reitman-White, Organically Grown Company/Alternative Ownership AdvisorsEmerging New Models of Multi-Stakeholder Stewardship-Ownership: Case Study Organically Grown Company
Daniel Fireside, Equal ExchangeRaising Capital for a Worker Co-operative Without Losing Control
Shevanthi Daniel, Democracy at Work InstituteBuilding Municipal Support for Worker-Owned Cooperatives
Stephen R. Sleigh, Sleigh Strategy LLCFrom Theory to Startup: Launching a Worker-Owned Enterprise
 
5.3  Child Care as a Collective Bargaining and Labor Rights Issue (Workshop)—Breakout Stream 3
Chair: Larry S. Williams, Oregon Labor and Industries
Panelists: Ariane Hegewisch, Institute for Women's Policy ResearchChild Care as A Labor Right: Mapping Stakeholder Experiences Globally
Debby King, National Domestic Workers Alliance (ex 1199SEIU)Bargaining for Child Care in the United States: 1199SEIU and the New York Child Care Fund
Christina Daniels, IBEW Local 48 Labor Littles ProgramLabor Littles: Improving Diversity in the Building Trades through Tackling Child Care
Teófilo Reyes, Restaurant Opportunities Centers UnitedChild Care Needs of Restaurant Workers: Building Night Care Affinity Circles as an Organizing Tool
 
5.4  Issues In The Chinese Workplace (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 4
Chair: Tingting Zhang, Merrimack College
Presenters: Lin Xiu, University of Minnesota Duluth; Feng Lu, Nankai University; Yufei Ren and Xin Liang, University of Minnesota DuluthThe Effect of Workplace Gender Equality Climate on Employees' Organizational Commitment and Turnover: Does High Performance Work System Play A Role?
Yan Pan and Mingwei Liu, Rutgers University and Jian Han, China Europe International Business SchoolThe Effects of Alternative Employment Arrangements on the Sales Performance in China's Retail Industry
Mengjie Lyu, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignFrom "iron rice bowl" to informalization--Heterogeneous effects of state employment in Contemporary China
Qian Zhang, University of TorontoGiant but young: Managing the evolution of employment system in a new venture strategically
Discussant: Mingwei Liu, Rutgers University
 
5.5  LERA Best Papers: Topics in Employment Relations (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 5
Chair: Ann C. Frost, University of Western Ontario
Presenters: Aibak Hafeez, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignThe Effects of the Global Financial Crisis on Employment Arbitration: Evidence from Securities Industry Discrimination Complaints
Jiaojiao Qu, Taiyuan University of Technology; Mingwei Liu, Rutgers University; and Jizu Li, Taiyuan University of TechnologyExamining the Relationship Between Team Cognitive Diversity and Individual Creativity
Noah Zatz, Tia Koonse and Lucero Herrera, University of California, Los AngelesGet To Work or Go To Jail: The Consequences of Court-Ordered Community Service as Forced Labor
Peter J. Fugiel, University of ChicagoThe Emergence of a Precarious Retail Workforce
 
Co-Chairs: Saul Rubinstein, Rutgers University and John McCarthy, Cornell University
Panelists: Brian Brotschul, Delran Township School District
Kathy McHugh, Delran Education Association
  
12:15 ‑ 1:15 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Co-Chairs: David Lewin, University of California, Los Angeles and Eileen Hoffman, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
Panelists: Janice Bellace, University of PennsylvaniaWhat's Happened to the Field? Or to the Students?
John W. Budd, University of MinnesotaIncreasing the Relevance of a Labor Relations Course Through Broader Topics: Globalization and Financialization
Peter Norlander, Loyola University of ChicagoConstructing Short Case Studies Using Contemporary Issues Like Uber, Silicon Valley, and Thomas Smith
Richard Jenkins, University of Chicago BoothComments on Negotiations as an Attraction and the Need for Change
Christine Riordan, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignFraming Current Collective Bargaining Examples For Study and Application
Discussants: Daphne Taras, Ryerson University
Mark Anner, Pennsylvania State University
Heather Grob, Saint Martin's University
 
Chair: Greg Distelhorst, University of Toronto
Presenters: Ian Greer, Cornell University and Mathieu Dupuis, TELUQ MontréalInsourcing and industrial relations: Trade unionists in corporate politics at three North American automakers
David Blatter, Cornell University; Sean O'Brady, McMaster University; and Virginia Doellgast, Cornell UniversityOutsourcing, Burnout, and Union Responses in U.S. Call Centers
Jeffrey J. Sallaz, University of ArizonaThe Union Versus the Feast: A Failure to Organize Outsourced Knowledge Workers in the Philippines
Discussants: Nell Geiser, Communications Workers of America
Stan Sorscher, International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers
 
6.3  LERA Best Papers: Work in the Food Industry (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 3
Chair: Justin Vinton, Rutgers University
Presenters: Jessica HF Hammerling, University of California, BerkeleyDrivers of Domestic Outsourcing: A Case Study of Food Services
Hyesook Chung, Cornell UniversityPrecarious Work Schedule and its Organizational Outcomes
Sophie Kelmenson, University of North Carolina at Chapel HillSpatial and Quality Patterns in Sustainable Food Systems Jobs
12:15 ‑ 1:15 pm
Co-Chairs: William Canak, Middle Tennessee State University (ret.) and Bonnie Castrey, Dispute Resolution Services
  
1:45 ‑ 2:45 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Chair: Janice Fine, Rutgers University
Panelists: Lorelei Salas, New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA)New York City Office of Labor Policy and Standards (OLPS)
Patrick Mulligan, San Francisco Office of Labor Standards Enforcement (OLSE)San Francisco Office of Labor Standards Enforcement (OLSE)
Martin Garfinkel, Seattle Office of Labor Standards (OLS)Seattle Office of Labor Standards (OLS)
Betty Duong, County of Santa Clara Office of Labor Standards Enforcement
 
Chair: Brian Finnegan, AFL-CIO
Author: Lance Compa, Cornell UniversityThe Southern Question in European
Panelists: Brooks Bitterman, UNITEHEREUNITEHERE bargaining with Lufthansa LSG SkyChef
Ryan Kekeris, International Union of Painters and Allied Trades (IUPAT)U.S. Building Trades and Industrial Relations with Skanska in the Southern U.S.
 
7.3  Meet the Editors—Breakout Stream 3
Chair: Ariel C. Avgar, Cornell University
Panelists: Rosemary Batt, Cornell UniversityPublishing in the ILR Review
Daniel B. Cornfield, Vanderbilt UniversityPublishing in Work and Occupations
Rebecca Kolins Givan, Rutgers UniversityPublishing in BJIR
John S. Heywood, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
 
7.4  LERA Competitive Papers II: Labor Unions and Employee Voice (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 4
Chair: Debra L. Casey, Temple University
Presenters: Jenna E. Myers, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyWorker Voice 4.0: Direct Versus Indirect Vendor Channels and the Scaling of Worker Voice Around Digital, Networked Technologies
James A. Parrott, The New SchoolThe Road To and From Salary Parity in New York City: Collective Bargaining and Nonprofits in Early Childhood Education
Brandon Carlyle Grant, SUNY - Farmingdale State CollegeFirms as Targets of Union Pension Shareholder Activism
 
7.5  LERA Best Papers: Gender Gaps at Work (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 5
Chair: Yea Hee Ko, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Presenters: Panpan Gao and Xiliang Feng, Capital University of Economics and Business; Mingwei Liu, Rutgers University; and Huirong Zhang, Shandong Management UniversityThe Influence of Internet Use on Gender Wage Gap of Migrant Workers
Salil Sapre, Michigan State UniversityGender-Blindness and its Discontents: The Curious Case of an Indian Feminist Trade Union
Pooria Assadi, California State University, SacramentoAre All Social Control Agents Created Equal? Understanding the Disparities in Labor Market Reactions to Professional Norm Violations
 
7.6  Workplace Challenges: Drugs, Sex and Rock N’Roll (Workshop)—Breakout Stream 6
Chair: Aaron Schmidt, American Arbitration Association
Panelists: David W. Stiteler, Arbitrator
Catherine E. Walters, Bybel and Rutledge, LLPThe Impact of Marijuana in the Workplace: Accommodations, Policies, Performance and Safety Issues
Barbara J. Diamond, Diamond Law TrainingOff-Duty Misconduct: Connecting the Job and the Offense ("Nexus")
1:45 ‑ 3:15 pm
Chair: Paul F. Clark, Pennsylvania State University
  
3 ‑ 4 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
8.1  Driver Work and Pay in the Gig Economy (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 1
Chair: Dmitri K. Koustas, University of Chicago
Presenters: Alejandro Henao, National Renewable Energy LaboratoryAn Analysis of the Individual Economics of Ride-Hailing Drivers
Dmitri K. Koustas, University of Chicago and James A. Parrott, The New SchoolDriver Pay and the Gig Economy: Evidence from New York City Before and After Regulatory Changes
Ken Jacobs and Michael Reich, University of California, BerkeleyDriver Pay in California: The Gig Companies' Proposed Offer
Discussant: Susan N. Houseman, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
 
Chair: Jacob Barnes, Rutgers University
Presenters: John Kallas, Cornell UniversityThe Resurgent Strike? Nurses and a Militant Union Identity
David Blatter, Cornell UniversityPower from the Periphery: Inter-Union Power Resources and Solidarity
Dongwoo Park, Cornell UniversityTwo Faces of Union Democracy: The Relationship between Union Democracy and Membership Boundary
 
8.3  Creating and Sustaining Diverse Organizations (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 3
Chair: Rosemary Batt, Cornell University
Presenters: Roman V. Galperin, Johns Hopkins University and John-Paul Ferguson, McGill UniversityOccupational Licensure, Race and Entrepreneurship
Julian E. Martinez-Moreno, Cornell UniversityWon't Get Fooled Again: How Prior Work Experiences Affect the Perceived Credibility of Employment Claims
Richard A. Benton, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignWomen in the Inner Circle: Board Gender Diversity After the Fracturing of the Corporate Elite
Vanessa Roga, Phoebe Strom and Ariel C. Avgar, Cornell UniversityCatfight or Contention? Gender Bias, Third-Party Perceptions of Conflict, and Employee Mobility
Discussant: Sean E. Rogers, University of Rhode Island
 
Chair: Judith Stilz Ogden, Clayton State University
Panelists: Robert Bruno, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignLabor Studies Today, and Developments at the University of Illinois
Paul F. Clark, Pennsylvania State UniversityLabor Studies Today, and Developments at Penn State University
Marissa Brookes, University of California, RiversideLabor Studies Today, and Developments at the University of California
Bob Bussel, University of OregonLabor Studies Today, and Developments at University of Oregon
Jennifer Sherer, University of IowaLabor Studies Today, and Developments at University of Iowa
 
8.5  LERA Best Papers: Gig Work in Multiple Contexts (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 5
Chair: Jeffrey S. Wheeler, Georgetown University
Presenters: Eugene Son, Rutgers University and Saehee Kang, Marquette UniversityImpact of Growth in Nonstandard Workforce on Standard Employees' Attitudes and Firm Performance
Benjamin Glasner, University of WashingtonThe Affordable Care Act, Self-Employment, and the Gig Economy
Qi Wang, Renmin University of ChinaThe Dynamic Evolution of Platform Work: A Practice-Based Approach
Christine Riordan, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignTheorizing Market-Driven Occupational Change in the Professions
 
Chair: Hanna Venizelos, National Conflict Resolution Center
Panelist: Lisa Maxwell, National Conflict Resolution Center
4:15 ‑ 5:15 pm
Chair: Dennis L. Dabney, LERA President
5:30 ‑ 5:45 pm
Chair: Dennis L. Dabney, LERA President

Monday

Conference Activities  •  6/15/2020
10 ‑ 10:15 am
Co-Chairs: Maite Tapia, Michigan State University; Emily Smith and Bernadette Tiemann, LERA
10:30 ‑ 11 am
Chair: Antonio J. Saguibo, BlueCross BlueShield Association, National Labor Office
  
11:15 am ‑ 12:15 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
9.1  LERA Award Winners Roundtable (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 1
Co-Chairs: Paul F. Clark, Pennsylvania State University and Janice Bellace, University of Pennsylvania
Presenters: Jonathan Booth, London School of Economics and Political ScienceJohn T. Dunlop Outstanding Scholar Award Winner - International Significance
John McCarthy, Cornell UniversityJohn T. Dunlop Outstanding Scholar Award Winner - National Significance
Saul Rubinstein, Rutgers UniversitySusan C. Eaton Outstanding Scholar-Practitioner Award Winner
Sean O'Brady, McMaster UniversityJames G. Scoville Best International Paper Award Winner
Josh Eidelson, Bloomberg and Juliana Feliciano Reyes, The Philadelphia InquirerKenneth May Media Award Winners
Tymon Sloczynski, Brandeis University and Richard A. Benton, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignLERA/ILR Review Best Paper Competition Award Winners
 
Chair: Cassandra Bowkett, HEC Montreal
Presenters: Christian Levesque, HEC Montreal; Glenn Morgan, University of Bristol; Gregor Murray and Nicolas Roby, University of MontrealDisruption and Re-Regulation in Work and Employment: From Organizational to Institutional Experimentation
Ian Greer and Sally Klingel, Cornell UniversityLiving Wage in Tompkins County NY USA. An Action Research Project
Janice Fine, Rutgers UniversityDivided Legacies: Understanding the Newly Emergent Municipal Labor Standards Enforcement Regime in the US
 
9.3  The Gig Is Up! (Or Is It?): The Future of the Gig Workplace (Workshop)—Breakout Stream 3
Chair: Thomas A. Lenz, Atkinson Andelson Loya Ruud & Romo
Discussants: Joshua Adams, Gilbert & Sackman
Christopher David Ruiz Cameron, Southwestern Law School
 
Chair: Katrina G. Nobles, Cornell University
Discussants: Sarah Miller Espinosa, SME Dispute Resolution, LLC
Richard Fincher, Workplace Resolutions LLC
 
9.5  NCAC Chapter Administration Workshop—Breakout Stream 5
Co-Chairs: William Canak, Middle Tennessee State University (ret.) and Bonnie Castrey, Dispute Resolution Services
Panelists: Robert Chiaravalli, Strategic Labor & Human Resources, LLCReview of Chapter Startup Challenges and Using Online Resources and Opportunities to Address Common Chapter Issues
Ruben Ingram, School Employers Association of California (SEAC)Sustaining Connections with other Stakeholders, Universities, Arbitrators, Public Employees & Innovative Chapter Meeting Locations
Antone Aboud, Pennsylvania State University and Lu-Ann Glaser, American WaterInnovations in Meeting Frequency, Scheduling and Fees to Market and Build Membership
Cyndi Furseth, Portland General Electric (ret.)Chapter Mergers and Conference and Dinner Meeting Planning and Options to Build Membership
11:15 am ‑  1:30 pm
LERA 22nd Phd Student Consortium—Committee Stream 1
Co-Chairs: Wendy Chengyi Long, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Yea Hee Ko, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Qian Zhang, University of Toronto; and Jacob Barnes, Rutgers University
Featured Speaker: Steven Greenhouse, Author and Former New York Times Reporter
Panelists: Saehee Kang, Marquette University
Sean O'Brady, McMaster University
Michael David Maffie, Pennsylvania State University
Greg Distelhorst, University of Toronto
Christine Riordan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  
12:30 ‑ 1:30 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Chair: Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld, Brandeis University
Panelists: Katie Ekstrom, Alliance of Health Care UnionsRegional Labor Perspective
Shannon Cazinha, Kaiser-PermanenteRegional Management Perspective
Wale Olaleye, Brandeis UniversityStakeholder Survey Data
Jim Pruitt, Kaiser PermanenteNational Physician Leadership Perspective:
Hal Ruddick, Alliance of Health Care UnionsNational Union Leadership Perspective
Discussants: Dennis L. Dabney, LERA President
Thomas A. Kochan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 
10.2  Institutional Experimentation for Better (or Worse) Work: Part 2 (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 2
Chair: Rosemary Batt, Cornell University
Presenters: Cassandra Bowkett and Christian Levesque, HEC MontrealInstitutional Experimentation in the Aerospace Industry: A Comparative Assessment of the Montreal and Toronto Clusters
Mathieu Dupuis, TELUQ Montréal; Gregor Murray and Meiyun Wu, University of MontrealDigital Transformations and Institutional Experimentation in the Automotive Services Sector: Actor Strategies and Institutional Entrepreneurship in the Provision of Skills And Training
Mathieu Dupuis, TELUQ Montréal and Ian Greer, Cornell UniversityInsourcing in the North American Auto Industry: Local Union Experimentation in Corporate Politics
 
10.3  Labor and the Climate Crisis (Workshop)—Breakout Stream 3
Co-Chairs: Mijin Cha, Occidental College and Todd Vachon, Rutgers University
Panelists: Lara Skinner, Cornell UniversityLessons Learned from State-Level Union Campaigns to Secure Good Jobs, Strong Climate Action and Effective Just Transition Programs
Barbara Byrd, University of OregonLabor, Climate Change and Environmental Justice: Creating an Effective Framework for State and Local Policy
Jeff Johnson, Former President, Washington AFL-CIOOrganizing for a "Just Transition"
Ranfis Giannettino Villatoro, BlueGreen Alliance
 
Chair: Connie Ashbrook, National Taskforce on Tradeswomen's Issues
Panelists: Val Hoyle, Bureau of Labor and IndustriesAdvancing Recruitment and Retention: The Role of the Bureau of Labor and Industries
Tiffany Thompson, METROConstruction Career Pathways Project (C2P2): The Role of METRO in Coordinating the Regional Approach to Recruitment and Retention
Kelly Kupcak, Oregon Tradeswomen
Maura Kelly, Portland State UniversityEvaluating Efforts to Improve Recruitment and Retention in the Trades: The Role of Researchers
Discussant: Erin E. Johansson, Jobs With Justice
 
Chair: Paula Voos, Rutgers University
Presenters: Tingting Zhang, Merrimack CollegeConnected but Still Fragmented: The Development of Inter-Union Communication Network on Social Media
Bradley R. Weinberg, Queen's UniversityCrisis or Catharsis? The Impact of Work Stoppages on Bargaining Unit Mortality
Assaf Shlomo Bondy, University of California, Los AngelesNew Actors as Motors for Industrial Relations change: Inter-actors Conflict and the Reformation of Central Collective Bargaining
 
Co-Chairs: David Lewin, University of California, Los Angeles and Eileen Hoffman, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
Panelists: Janice Bellace, University of Pennsylvania
John W. Budd, University of Minnesota
Peter Norlander, Loyola University of Chicago
Richard Jenkins, University of Chicago Booth
Christine Riordan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Discussants: Mark Anner, Pennsylvania State University
Heather Grob, Saint Martin's University
1:45 ‑ 2:45 pm
Chair: Adrienne E. Eaton, LERA President-Elect and Program Chair
Featured Speaker: Dennis L. Dabney, LERA President
  
3 ‑ 4 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Chair: Jody Hoffer Gittell, Brandeis University
Presenters: Jessica Santos and Sarah Soroui, Brandeis UniversitySegmented Immobility and Intersectionality in Healthcare Labor Markets
Yaminette Diaz Linhart and Christine Bishop, Brandeis UniversityDesigning Work for Complex Care Management Programs: What Works for the Workers?
Wale Olaleye and Lauren Hajjar, Brandeis UniversityRelational organizations and the well-being of workers at different ends of the pay scale
Ariel C. Avgar, Phoebe Strom and Harry C. Katz, Cornell UniversityClinical Integration and Implications for Employee Wellbeing
Discussants: Sara Chaganti, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
John August, Cornell University
 
11.2  Migration Policy and the Nature of Work (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 2
Chair: John Kallas, Cornell University
Presenters: Tristan Ivory, Cornell UniversityThe Shifting Context of Reception for Migrants in Japan: 1970-2010
Kati Griffith and Shannon Gleeson, Cornell UniversityImmigration Status and the Nature of Low-Wage Work in the U.S.
Ben A. Rissing, Cornell UniversityTo H-1B or Not to H-1B? The Role of Experience and Events in Decision Maker Learning
Laura Carver, Cornell UniversityMixed Signals: The Impact of Lawyers on H-1B Employer Strategies in a Shifting Regulatory Environment
Discussant: Maite Tapia, Michigan State University
 
Chair: Steven Greenhouse, Author and Former New York Times Reporter
Presenters: Michael Hillard, University of Southern MaineIntersectionality, ideology, and the "working class": a critical appreciation of Christoph Martin's No Longer Newsworthy.
Christopher Martin, University of Northern IowaThe Labor Movement: The Biggest Political Campaign Story Missing from the Media
Hamilton Nolan, Labor Reporter for In These TimesPutting All Workers in the National Conversation: A Labor Reporter's Perspective
Discussant: Phela I. Townsend, Rutgers University
 
Chair: Richard Fincher, Workplace Resolutions LLC
Panelists: Homer C. La Rue, Howard University; Jacquelin F. Drucker, Arbitration Offices of Jacquelin F. Drucker, Esq.; Sarah Cudahy, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service; and Mark Gough, Pennsylvania State UniversityDiversity in Dispute Resolution
 
Chair: Bulin Zhang, Rutgers University
Presenters: Matthew Hinkel, Michigan State UniversityBlue Collars and Loose Ties: A Deeper Dive into Immigration's Effect on Construction Labor Markets
Michael Naretta, Lorin Obler, Alejandro Oliva, Nagla'a El-Hodiri and Cindy Brown Barnes, U.S. Government Accountability OfficeH-2B VISAS: More Can Be Done to Meet Businesses' Needs While Better Protecting U.S. Workers
Joseph Marchand and Dana C. Andersen, University of AlbertaLocal Labor Market Effects of Environmental Regulations: Evidence from Canada Wide Standards
Weihao Li, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignThe Effects of Consultation and Joint Decision-Making on Workplace and Market Performance: Evidence from Longitudinal Korean Panel Data
Charles Jeszeck and Sharon Hermes, U.S. Government Accountability OfficeEnvironmental Sustainability and Worker’s Money: Addressing Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Risks in Retirement Plan Investments
 
11.6  The Emergent Field of Labor Standards Enforcement Research (Workshop)—Breakout Stream 6
Chair: Hana R. Shepherd, Rutgers University
Panelists: Jacob Barnes, Rutgers UniversityInforming strategic enforcement practices: Comparing minimum wage complaints and violations in four cities
Greg Distelhorst, University of TorontoMeasuring the impacts of the Fair Food Program on farmworkers in central Florida
Alexandra Gervis, Rutgers UniversityPortable Benefits: The Bending, Breaking, and Rebuilding of the Social Safety Net
Isaac Jabola-Carolus, City University of New YorkLabor Standards and Paid In-Home Care Work: Preliminary Analysis of Survey Data
Discussant: Janice Fine, Rutgers University
3 ‑ 5:15 pm
Chair: Tingting Zhang, Merrimack College
Panelists: Rosemary Batt, Cornell University
Xiangmin (Helen) Liu, Rutgers University
John W. Budd and Alan Benson, University of Minnesota
Mark Gough, Pennsylvania State University
Dionne Pohler, University of Toronto
  
4:15 ‑ 5:15 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
Chair: Jody Hoffer Gittell, Brandeis University
Presenters: Lauren Hajjar and Callie Watkins Liu, Brandeis University; Monica Higgins, Harvard University; and Lainie Loveless, Brandeis UniversityA Multi Stakeholder Intervention to Adopt Personalized Learning
Liam Honigsberg, Brandeis UniversityManaging Cross-Organizational Partnerships: A Study of Relational Coordination in the Teacher Residency Model
Elli Meleti, University of GlasgowA Cycle of Human Sustainability: Human Sustainability, Relational Coordination and Worker Outcomes in Higher Education
Cady Landa, Institute for Community InclusionTeacher/Parent Coproduction for Educating Children of Immigrants with Special Needs: Organizational Obstacles and Enablers
Discussant: Shital Shah, American Federation of Teachers
 
Chair: Jed L. Marcus, Bressler, Amery & Ross, P.C.
Panelists: Aron Karabel, Waller, Lansden, Dortsch & Davis, LLCNoncompetes in the 21st Century: A Guide to the Perplexed
Jane R. Flanagan, Chicago-Kent College of Law
Philip A. LaPorte, Georgia State University (ret.)An Arbitrator’s perspective on non-compete agreements
Discussant: William Canak, Middle Tennessee State University (ret.)
 
Chair: Erin E. Johansson, Jobs With Justice
Panelists: Paul F. Clark, Pennsylvania State UniversityResults of a National Study of New Union Member Orientation Experiences
John Lepley, United SteelworkersEfforts to develop more effective new member orientation programs in an industrial union
Michael Wasser, Department for Professional Employees, AFL-CIOEfforts to develop more effective new member orientation programs in professional unions
John F. Amman, International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE), Local 600Efforts to develop more effective new member orientation programs in an entertainment union
Michelle Mihalek, United Steelworkers, Local 11-63
 
Chair: Richard Fincher, Workplace Resolutions LLC
Panelists: Alexander J.S. Colvin, Cornell UniversityEmpirical Insights for Dispute Resolution Practitioners From Cornell University
Ryan Lamare, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignEmpirical Insights for Dispute Resolution Practitioners from University of Illinois
Mark Gough, Pennsylvania State UniversityEmpirical Insights for Dispute Resolution Practitioners from Penn State
 
12.5  LERA Best Papers: Wages and Skills (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 5
Chair: Douglas Kruse, Rutgers University
Presenters: Ting Ren and Xinguo Yu, Peking UniversityICT Use, Cognitive and Non-cognitive Abilities, and Wages: Micro Evidence from China
Justin P. Wiegand, San Diego State University; Fritz Drasgow and James Rounds, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignMisfit Matters: A Re-Examination of Interest Fit and Job Satisfaction
Andrew Weaver, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Hye Jin Rho, Center for Economic and Policy ResearchHow Skill Demands Affect Time-to-Hire: Evidence from the Applicant Tracking Data
 
Chair: Todd Vachon, Rutgers University
Presenters: Joseph McCartin, Georgetown University and Marilyn Sneiderman, Rutgers UniversityBoth Broadening and Deepening: Bargaining for the Common Good and the Future of Bargaining
Phela I. Townsend, Rutgers UniversityBuilding Worker Power in the Digital Age
Joel S. Yudken, High Road Strategies, LLC and David Jacobs, Morgan State UniversityWorker Voice in Technological Change: Challenges and Opportunities
Discussant: Marissa Brookes, University of California, Riverside
5:30 ‑ 5:45 pm
Chair: Adrienne E. Eaton, LERA President-Elect and Program Chair

Tuesday

Conference Activities  •  6/16/2020
10:30 ‑ 10:45 am
Co-Chairs: Maite Tapia, Michigan State University; Emily Smith and Bernadette Tiemann, LERA
  
11 am ‑ 12 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
13.1  LERA Best Papers: What Do Unions Do; What Can Unions Do (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 1
Chair: Gregory M. Saltzman, Albion College
Presenters: Maxim Massenkoff, University of California, Berkeley and Nathan Wilmers, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyThe Effects of Strikes on Firms and Workers
Stephen Silvia, American UniversityThe UAW Attempts to Organize Volkswagen Chattanooga: The Sequel
Xiupeng Wang, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyWho Do Unions Protect From Job Losses? A Cross-National Comparison
Gregory Lyon, Tufts UniversityFrom Ludlow to Las Vegas: Immigrants, Labor Policy, and Attitudes Toward Unionization
 
Chair: Alysa Hannon, Rutgers University
Presenters: Joseph Van Der Naald, City University of New York and William Herbert, Hunter CollegeTeachers Teach that Knowledge Waits: Graduate Student Unionization in the Second Gilded Age
Victor Devinatz, Illinois State University and Robert Bruno, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignThe Role of U.S. Labor Education and Worker Education in Revaluing Workers: Historical, Current, and Future Perspectives
Yana van der Meulen Rodgers and Elaine Zundl, Rutgers UniversityThe Future of Work, Domestic Workers, and the Gig Economy
Discussant: Tobias Schulze-Cleven, Rutgers University
 
Chair: Jung Ook Kim, Rutgers University
Panelists: Matt Hancock, Praxis Consulting GroupTopic Title 1 Needed
Julie A. Bertani-Kiser, RecologyTopic Title 2 Needed
Jennifer Briggs, Beyster InstituteTopic Title 3 Needed
  
12:15 ‑ 1:15 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
14.1  LERA Best Papers: Pay - Minimums, Parity, Performance (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 1
Chair: Dale Belman, Michigan State University
Presenters: Paul Wolfson, Dartmouth CollegeThe Long and Short of the Highs and Lows of the Minimum Wage Effect
Thomas Durfee, University of MinnesotaThe Subminimum Wage and Employment
Saehee Kang, Marquette UniversityWhat Do You Mean When You Pay for Performance? Conditional Effects of Pay-For-Performance on Job Satisfaction and Performance
 
Chair: Mark Anner, Pennsylvania State University
Presenters: Jinyoung Park, Cornell UniversityThe U.S. and International Actors in Cambodian Labor Politics
Scott B. Martin, Columbia University and Joao Paulo Candia Veiga, Universidade de Sao PauloThe Evolution of Private Governance of Labor Standards Compliance: The Case of Brazil's Garment Supplier Code
Matthew Fischer-Daly, Cornell UniversityCollective Action Confronting Precarious Employment: Comparative Labor Regimes in Contemporary Agribusiness
Mark Anner, Pennsylvania State UniversityEvolving Systems of Labor Control and Patterns of Worker Resistance in Agricultural Global Supply Chains: A Case Study of the Banana Sector in Guatemala
Discussant: Rosemary Batt, Cornell University
 
Chair: Patrice Mareschal, Rutgers University
Presenters: Eunice Han, University of UtahWhat Teachers' Unions Do for Teachers When Collective Bargaining is Prohibited
Roland Zullo, University of MichiganNon-Market Economic Institutions and Crime
Liz Perlman, AFSCME 3299 and Marilyn Sneiderman, Rutgers UniversityLessons from Bargaining for the Common Good
Discussant: Gordon Lafer, University of Oregon
 
14.4  LERA Best Papers: Worker Safety - Policy, Technology and Opioids (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 4
Chair: Carmen Martino, Rutgers University
Presenters: Abay Asfaw, Brian Quay and Chia-Chia Chang, National Institute for Occupational Safety and HealthDo Injured Workers Receive Opioid Prescriptions Outside the Workers' Compensation System? The Case of Private Group Health Insurance
Maria Figueroa, Cornell UniversityImpacts of Policy Changes on Worker Safety Outcomes in New York City Construction Sites
Wendy Chengyi Long, Wei Zhao and Andrew McBride, University of North Carolina at CharlotteExamining the Impact of Occupational Identity on Firefighters' Acceptance of New Technological Change: A Qualitative Analysis
 
14.5  LERA Competitive Papers III: Inequality, Conflict, and Precarity (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 5
Chair: Thomas J. Norman, California State University Dominguez Hills
Presenters: Ebney Ayaj Rana, Georgia State UniversityHave Older Workers Lost Employability since the Great Recession?
Nathan Wilmers, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyComplex Jobs and Unique Jobs: Task Structure as a Source of Organizational Inequality
Edward Patrick McDermott and Ruth Obar, Salisbury UniversityParty Perception Asymmetry at Mediation and its Influence on Settlement
Assaf Shlomo Bondy, University of California, Los AngelesNew Actors in Labor Relations: "Conflictual Complementarity" of Central Class-Representation for Precarious Workers in Israel
  
1:30 ‑ 2:30 pmConcurrent Sessions
 
15.1  LERA Best Papers: Workforce Development (Symposium)—Breakout Stream 1
Chair: Justin Vinton, Rutgers University
Presenters: Yujeong Yang, State University of New York, CortlandLabor Automation, Structural Employment and the Development of Vocational Training Systems in China
Amanda Chuan and Christian Ibsen, Michigan State UniversitySkills for the Future? A Life-Cycle Perspective on Systems of Vocational Education and Training
Kevin Lujan Lee, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyStructural Creaming in the Age of Nonprofit Marketization: Considering Workforce Development Nonprofits in Los Angeles
Claire McKenna, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyWorker “Upskilling” in an Age of Insecurity: The Introduction of Flexible Work Reforms in a U.S. Automaker
 
Chair: Chris Howell, Oberlin College
Presenters: Tod Rutherford, Syracuse UniversityLabor Unions, Workplace Representation and Different Geographic Paths to Industry 4.0
Gordon Lafer, University of OregonLabor Studies for the 21st Century
Michelle Van Noy, Heather McKay and Alysa Hannon, Rutgers UniversityChallenging Neoliberal Education Policy from within the Paradigm
Discussant: Adam Seth Litwin, Cornell University
 
Chair: Abay Asfaw, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
Presenters: Tim Bushnell, National Institute for Occupational Safety and HealthDeterminants of work design and the strength of protection from work hazards
Tapas K. Ray and Regina Pana-Cryan, National Institute for Occupational Safety and HealthWork flexibility and well-being across work arrangements
Anasua Bhattacharya and Brian Quay, National Institute for Occupational Safety and HealthShift Work in the Wholesale and Retail Trade Sector
Abay Asfaw, Regina Pana-Cryan and Brian Quay, National Institute for Occupational Safety and HealthAssociation between Longest-Held Occupation and Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits Receipt
 
Chair: Christine Riordan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Presenters: John W. Budd, University of Minnesota and Ryan Lamare, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignThe Ideological Distribution of Union Members: A Comparative Exploration
Andrew Keyes, Florida State University; Zachary A. Russell, Xavier University; and Jack Fiorito, Florida State UniversityThe Union Experience: How Workplace Instrumentality and Prosocial Instrumentality Impact Union Satisfaction
Maite Tapia, Christian Ibsen, Phillip DeOrtentiis, Dasom Jang and Carla Lima, Michigan State UniversityStriking in Solidarity? Evidence from the 2019 GM Strike
William Kimball, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyThe Challenges of Representing Professional Workers: Insights from Worker Surveys
Discussant: Barbara Byrd, University of Oregon


2:30 pmAdjournment Adrienne E. Eaton, LERA President-Elect and Program Chair