twenty-first century employment structures
This stream of research deals with the structure of employment in the contemporary labor markets. I have worked in the past on the issue of the increasing contingent nature of the relationship between employers and their workforce. I would like to expand that work, exploring the nature of work relationships, entrepreneurship and freelance work that is by choice and by necessity, and other forms of contingent work.
- With Cathy Yang Liu (2012). “Counting and Understanding the Contingent Workforce: Using Georgia as an Example.” Urban Studies, 49(5), 1003–1025.
- With Cathy Yang Liu. (2011). Flexible Work Arrangements in Georgia: Characteristics and Trends (FRC Report No. 236). Atlanta: Fiscal Research Center at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies.
past conference presentations
- With Cathy Yang Liu. “Counting and Understanding the Contingent Workforce: Using Georgia as an Example.” Urban Affairs Conference, March 16-19, 2011. [revised version published in the Journal of Urban Affairs]