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Michelle KaminskiAssociate Professor, College of Social Science
Collective bargaining, labor law, unions, gender and union leadership
Right to Work, Workers’ rights as human rights, gender and unions
Kaminski, M. (2015). How Michigan became a Right to Work state: The role of money and politics. Labor Studies Journal, 40(4), 362-379.
Kaminski, M. & Pauly, J. (2013). Gender and union leadership: A force field analysis. In Gendering and Diversifying Trade Union Leadership, Sue Ledwith and Lise Lotte Hansen, Eds., pp. 47-66. New York: Routledge.
Piszczek, M. and Kaminski, M. (2010). It isn’t always rational: The psychology of voting and lessons for labor. Labor Studies Journal 2010 35 (1) 116-132.
Kaminski, M. and Moccio, F. (2009). Workers’ rights as human rights: Legal debate and impact on workers. Labor Studies Journal. 34(1), 5-7.
Kaminski, M. and Yakura, E. (2008), Women’s union leadership: Closing the gender gap. Working USA: The Journal of Labor and Society. 11(4), 459-475.
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