Igniting Justice and Progressive Power: The Partnership for Working Families Cities, edited by David Reynolds and Louise Simmons (Routledge, 2021).
Low Wage, But Not Low Skilled: Occupational Skills and the $15 Hourly Wage by Bruce Pietrykowski
Growing Together or Drifting Apart: Economic Well-Being Washtenaw County's New “Knowledge Economy" by Denise Bailey, Howard Kimeldorf, David Reynolds, Ian Robinson, Thomas Weisskopf, and Roland Zullo. For more information contact David Reynolds, email@example.com.
Documenting Wage Issues Among Contingent Workers in Detroit. Partners: Sugar Law Center for Economic and Social Justice and Interfaith Worker Justice Center
Mapping Community Economies and Building Capabilities in HOPE Village. Partners: Focus HOPE
Skills and Wages in Detroit’s Low-Wage Occupations: Re-Framing Economic Development Policy. Partner: UM-Dearborn Civic Engagement Project