“The Rise and Fall of Industrial Citizenship in China” recounts the tumultuous events that have shaped and reshaped authority relations in Chinese factories over the past seven decades.
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Liberals for Inequality. The Meaning of a Seattle Experiment.
Stefanie DeLuca’s research on creating housing opportunities in the New York Times
Graduate Student Alvin Camba cited in Financial Times
“Manila’s online gambling boom highlights pivot to China”. Read the full article on The Financial Times’ website with a subscription.
In Seattle, A Move Across Town Could Be A Path Out Of Poverty
Stefanie DeLuca’s research on innovative Seattle experiment to help lift families out of poverty on NPR.
America has a Housing Segregation Problem
Professor Stefanie DeLuca’s research on innovative Seattle experiment to help lift families out of poverty in Vox.
How a Section 8 Experiment Could Reveal a Better Way to Escape Poverty
Stefanie DeLuca’s research on innovative Seattle experiment to help lift families out of poverty in CityLab
A Better Address Can Change a Child’s Future
Professor DeLuca’s research on helping families move to higher opportunity neighborhoods in the New York Times.
Protests Rock Hong Kong and its Economy
Professor Ho-Fung Hung on MarketPlace NPR.
Ho-Fung Hung in Los Angeles Times
Beijing strikes ominous tone, saying military could intervene in Hong Kong See full article on Los Angeles Times website.
Professor Hung in The New York Times
Tiny Apartments and Punishing Work Hours: The Economic Roots of Hong Kong’s Protests See full article on The New York Times website.