Feb 28, 2020
In The Workers' Toolkit we take deep
dives into the legal and institutional barriers that prevent
workers from building collective power in the United Stated today.
In this first installment, we talk with economist Marshall
Steinbaum about the history of antitrust law in
this country, how it shapes workers' lives, and what we can do
Additional links/info below...
- Marshall's Twitter page
and faculty page
- Marshall Steinbaum, Law and Contemporary Problems,
"Antitrust, the Gig
Economy, and Labor Market Power"
- Marshall Steinbaum, The American Prospect, "Uber's Antitrust
- David Weil, Institute for New Economic Thinking, "Why We Should Worry
- Maurice E. Stucke and Ariel Ezrahi, Havard Business Review,
"The Rise, Fall, and
Rebirth of the U.S. Antitrust Movement"
Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music
- Lobo Loco, "Malte Junior - Hall"
- "Tyree Scott Speaking on Workers Rights"
- Alex Mason, "The Inspiration"
- Lobo Loco, "Driving to the Delta"