Hiring, Cultural Fit, and Discrimination

Executives make hiring decisions more by markers of social class than by actual qualifications.

“Uber for Sales” and Door-to-Door Vacuum Salesmen

The independent contractor model employed by Uber was used in the vacuum cleaner companies.

Whisky’s 550th

550 years of Whisky

Corporate Power, National Sovereignty, and the New “Free Trade” Deals

3 papers in the American Society of International Law's Proceedings of the Annual Meeting in the early 2000s explain international free trade topics
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The Return of “Made in the USA”

A key impetus for the “Made in the USA” resurgence is more about business expenses.

When Migrant Workers are ‘Family’

Migrant workers and "moral economy"

Reproductive Technology, Motherhood, and Feminism

Would advanced reproductive technology advance professional opportunities for women? Early feminist thinkers debate.

The Biggest US Housing Subsidy is For The Rich

The National Tax Journal looked at how significant the US housing subsidy is and what the effects of repealing or altering it would be.
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Why Retail Workers Depend on Merciful Supervisors

What's the best benefit retail workers could ask for? An understanding supervisor.

Putting CEO Pay in an International Context

Differences in CEO Pay in countries like the U.S., Japan, and Israel.