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William S. Boyd School of Law, Room 102

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25-2-2012 8:45 AM

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25-2-2012 10:35 AM

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Moderator: Ruben Garcia

Kenneth Dau-Schmidt: Undermining or Promoting Democratic Government? An Economic and Empirical Analysis of Public Sector Collective Bargaining Under American Law

Eric M. Fink: Sewer Socialism to Sewer Syndicalism: Services, Privatization, and Worker Self-Management

Ruben Garcia: Citizenship at Work: How the Courts Marginalize Public Employees

Martin Malin: Collective Representation, Employee Voice & Democracy in the Public Sector Workplace

Comments: Amber Lopez

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Feb 25th, 8:45 AM Feb 25th, 10:35 AM

Panel 4: The Public Sector Workplace and State and Local Democracy

William S. Boyd School of Law, Room 102

Moderator: Ruben Garcia

Kenneth Dau-Schmidt: Undermining or Promoting Democratic Government? An Economic and Empirical Analysis of Public Sector Collective Bargaining Under American Law

Eric M. Fink: Sewer Socialism to Sewer Syndicalism: Services, Privatization, and Worker Self-Management

Ruben Garcia: Citizenship at Work: How the Courts Marginalize Public Employees

Martin Malin: Collective Representation, Employee Voice & Democracy in the Public Sector Workplace

Comments: Amber Lopez