Anderson’s analysis is insufficiently attentive to the structural realities of the “fissured workplace.”
Concepts like “freedom” and “exploitation” are grounded in material reality–as historically embedded attempts to express attitudes about certain institutional arrangements
Three potential strategies the labor movement could adopt to combat private domination at work.
Technology and automation are key forces spinning workers away from from powerful, resourceful firms into the cracks of the fissured workplace.
Some reflections on practical lessons that labor law practitioners and academics might draw from Elizabeth Anderson’s work.
This post opens a symposium on Elizabeth Anderson’s Private Government: How Employers Rule Our Lives (and Why We Don’t Talk about It).