A study done by Pew Hispanic Center found that undocumented immigrants living in the United States earned a median household income of $36,000, $14,000 less than their legal and native-born counterparts, despite the fact that many households had more working members. These workers are also more susceptible to situations where employment laws aren't followed, as … Continue reading Can Undocumented Immigrants Be Protected From Wage Theft?
John G. Kilgour, Professor Emeritus at California State University, published "California's Public Sector Pension Plans in Perspective" in the May/June 2011 issue of Compensation & Benefits Review. Dr. Kilgour kindly provided the following responses to his article. What inspired you to be interested in this topic? This is one of several pieces I have done on various … Continue reading California’s Public Sector Pension Plans in Perspective
"California's Climate Change Policy: The Case of a Subnational State Actor Tackling a Global Challenge," by Daniel A. Mazmanian, University of Southern California, John Jurewitz, Pomona College, and Hal Nelson, Claremont Graduate University, currently appears as one of the most frequently cited articles in "The Journal of Environment and Development," based on citations to online articles from … Continue reading Tackling a Global Challenge: California’s Climate Change Policy