CWED In the News

Thousands of Los Angeles teachers set to go out on strike

CBS News | January 9, 2018

Los Angeles teachers may go on strike Thursday
The Washington Post | January 6, 2018

Thousands of Los Angeles teachers set to go out on strike
The Seattle Times | January 6, 2018

Q&A: Will New York’s Lyft, Uber driver salary changes spread?
Berkeley News | December 10, 2018

Here’s why Amazon raised its minimum wage to $15 an hour
Los Angeles Times | October 4, 2018

And now, for some unequivocally good news: Amazon raises its minimum wage to $15. Here’s why it did that.
The Washington Post | October 3, 2018

Amazon boosts minimum wage to $15 for all workers following criticism
The Washington Post | October 2, 2018

Tapped: The Prospect Group Blog
The American Prospect | September 10, 2018

Minimum Wage Increases Didn’t Impact Jobs in 6 U.S. Cities
U.S. News | September 7, 2018

Study: Minimum Wage Hikes Are Paying Off
Daily Intelligencer | September 7, 2018

Another sign of hard times for teachers? They make up nearly 10 percent of Airbnb hosts.
The Washington Post | August 17, 2018

Low Pay Has Teachers Flocking to the Sharing Economy
The Atlantic | August 17, 2018

California Court Says Starbucks Must Pay for Off-the-Clock Work. The Fallout Could Affect ‘A Lot of Jobs.’
Rewire.News | July 27, 2018

More on a Job Guarantee (Wonkish)
The New York Times | July 5, 2018

New York City Considers New Pay Rules for Uber Drivers
The New York Times | July 2, 2018

For fairness’ sake, nix the tipped wage
New York Daily News | April 22, 2018

When you make $2.13 an hour, tips really, really matter
CNBC | April 14, 2018

How much is an hour worth? The war over the minimum wage
The Guardian | April 13, 2018

Walkouts And Teacher Pay: How Did We Get Here?
NPR | April 11, 2018

The Economics of Teaching. Then, White Women and the Politics of White Supremacy
KPFA, Letters and Politics | April 9, 2018

True teacher pay has been dropping for years in most states, data shows
Education Dive | April 9, 2018

The Data Tells All: Teacher Salaries Have Been Declining For Years
EdSurge | April 5, 2018

Why America’s Teachers Haven’t Been Getting Raises
The Atlantic | March 14, 2018

Supreme Court may deal major blow to labor unions
USA Today | January 28, 2018

Minimum wage: Coffee, doughnuts, and the cost of a living wage
BBC News | January 15, 2018

Wielding Data, Women Force a Reckoning Over Bias in the Economics Field
New York Times | January 10, 2018

Moonlighting educators with second jobs
neaToday | January 2, 2018

Why Sexual Harassment Rates Are So High in the Restaurant Industry
CityLab | November 21, 2017

What Trump’s Amazon tweet got wrong, and right
Axios | August 17, 2017

No, Stephen Miller, Immigration Is Not A Major Cause Of Income Inequality
Huffpost | August 3, 2017

Hotel Boom in SeaTac Is Unfettered by $15 Minimum Wage
New York Times | July 31, 2017

Here’s how teacher pay stacks up to other comparable jobs
Michigan Radio | July 26, 2017

Studies Find Pros, Cons To Seattle’s $15 Minimum Wage
Wisconsin Public Radio | July 20, 2017

The Impact Of An Increasing Minimum Wage
Wisconsin Public Radio | July 20, 2017

Professor Michael Reich named LERA 2017 Academic Fellow
LERA | May 17, 2017

Voters Approved Wage Hikes, But GOP Lawmakers Have Other Ideas
Bloomberg Politics | April 5, 2017

What will a higher minimum wage do? Two new studies have different ideas
Los Angeles Times | January 11, 2017

4 States May Give Minimum Wage Hike Momentum
FoxBusiness | November 8, 2016

The Minimum Wage: Assessing Its Impact on Workers and the Economy
France Strategie | September 14, 2016

A minimum wage increase in Minneapolis probably wouldn’t be as bad (or as good) as people are saying
MinnPost | August 31, 2016

Teachers feel undervalued — and they may be right
Marketplace | August 18, 2016

America’s cash-strapped teachers are a target for predatory lenders
The Guardian | August 18, 2016

Pay Gap Between Public-School Teachers and Similar Workers Is Wider Than Ever
Wall Street Journal | August 17, 2016

Think teachers aren’t paid enough? It’s worse than you think.
Washington Post | August 16, 2016

The State of the Economy: Slow Growth or Trouble Ahead?
KQED: Forum | May 31, 2016

Study Shows Regional Impact of Minimum Wage Increase
San Jose Inside | April 21, 2016

San Jose councilmembers, academics discuss regional minimum wage study
Silicon Valley Business Journal | April 19, 2016

San Jose: Advocates push to raise minimum wage sooner than state
San Jose Mercury News | April 18, 2016

Study shows benefits to raising minimum wage in San Jose
ABC7 News | April 18, 2016

Why a $15 minimum wage won’t unleash jobs Armageddon
The Week | April 6, 2016

How the $15 Minimum Wage Went From Laughable to Viable
The New York Times | April 1, 20

New York’s Path to $15 Minimum Wage: Uneven, and Bumpy
The New York Times | April 1, 2016

California minimum wage: Assembly committee approves historic wage hike to $15 an hour
San Jose Mercury News | March 30, 2016

California Plan Marks Major Test of $15 Pay Floor
The Wall Street Journal | March 29, 2016

California looks to set a $15-an-hour minimum wage, raising the floor while others add ceilings
The Washington Post | March 28, 2016

Politics and Policy Favor a $15 Minimum Wage in New York
The New York Times | March 22, 2016

Cuomo’s proposal for $15 minimum wage deserves support (Commentary) | March 16, 2016

Bernie Sanders says Walmart heirs are wealthier than bottom 40 percent of Americans
PolitiFact | March 14, 2016

Michael Reich: A $15 wage won’t cost New York jobs
NY Daily News | March 11, 2016

Economists: $15 wage would help 3 million New Yorkers
Newsday | March 10, 2016

Backers of $15 minimum wage submit signatures to get on ballot
San Francisco Chronicle | January 19, 2016

Michael Reich named in “The 10 Most Influential People in Los Angeles in 2015”
LA Weekly | December 21, 2015

‘Are Local Minimum Wages Absorbed by Price Increases?’
Economist’s View | December 9, 2015

Del. case over restaurant wages could go national
The News Journal | September 25, 2015

Needed – a jobs program sponsored by BP
Op-Ed in the San Francisco Chronicle
June 9, 2010
Sylvia Allegretto

A Public Option That Works
Op-Ed in the New York Times
August 21, 2009
William H. Dow, Arindrajit Dube, and Carrie Hoverman Colla