Campus Living Wage Project

Interviews

Harvard University
Elaine Bernard
Dan Dimaggio
Madeleine Elfenbein
Lawrence Katz
Roona Ray & Amy Offner

Brown University
Peter Asen
Matthew Jerzyk (Jobs for Justice)
Nick Rutter
Anissa Weinraub

Swarthmore College
Sam Blair
Kae Kalwaic

Economic Policy Institute
Jared Bernstein

ACORN
Jen Kern

Stanford University
Anna Mumford [to come]

Colorado College
Kai Stinchombe [to come]

Interested in being interviewed?

Page: Campaign Profile - Economic Policy Institue

The Economic Policy Institute, Washington, DC

EPI is one of the most respected liberal policy institutes in the United States. They publish research and opinion pieces on the labor market, with a focus on improving the welfare of low and middle-income families. [Note: Do not confuse this institute with the anti-living wage public relations effort, the "Employment Policies Institute." For more information onthis group, see: "Employment Policies Institute: Public Relations Nonprofits".]

Interview: Jared Bernstein - senior economist

Links:
EPI Living Wage Issue Guide
: good overview of the issue and (supportive) economic research behind the living wage movement.
"Making a Living: How the living wage movement has prevailed": an article by Jared Bernstein (interviewed here) of EPI on the successes of the living wage movement.

Other campus and organization profiles:
Harvard University
Brown University
Swarthmore College
Stanford University
ACORN (Association of Communities Organized for Reform Now)
Colorado College [coming]

Living Wage Links: ACORN / Harvard PSLM / Economic Policy Institute / Jobs for Justice / United Students Against Sweatshops / LabourStart / PERI / United for a Fair Economy

Last Updated 12.18.04
Research and design by Adam Stone
astone(at)stanford.edu
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This research project was generously funded by the Haas Center for Public Service at Stanford University, and supported through the efforts of Kent Koth, Renato Rosaldo, my family, and many friends and kind strangers.