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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2023-24

GOVT 86.38 Justice and Work

This course examines how our societies ought to arrange their political and economic institutions and public policies with respect to work. Students will evaluate the existing world of work and ask whether and in what respects it ought to be transformed. Subjects we will consider include: workplace inequalities; the duty to work and workfare requirements; decent and meaningful work; public support for caregiving; emotional labor and domestic work; workplace democracy and public control over the means of production; shortening work hours and a universal basic income; and technological change and the future of work.



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