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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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