Jake Rosenfeld

Photo of Jake RosenfeldPhoto | Sean GarciaJake Rosenfeld is Associate Professor of Sociology at Washington University in St. Louis, where he specializes in the political and economic causes of inequality in advanced democracies. He is author of What Unions No Longer Do and writes for the New York Times, Politico, and the Los Angeles Times, among other outlets.

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Cover: You’re Paid What You’re Worth: And Other Myths of the Modern EconomyYou’re Paid What You’re Worth: And Other Myths of the Modern EconomyRosenfeld, JakeHARDCOVER01/19/2021$29.95Not yet available
Cover: What Unions No Longer DoWhat Unions No Longer DoRosenfeld, JakeHARDCOVER02/10/2014$46.50
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