We invite contributions to WIP. If you are interested, please send a proposed title and topic (one paragraph maximum) to the editor-in-chief, Bo Hee Min (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Work in Progress is a public sociology blog co-sponsored by four ASA Sections: Organizations, Occupations and Work; Economic Sociology; Labor and Labor Movements; Inequality, Poverty and Mobility and edited by Econ Soc member Bo Hee Min of the Copenhagen Business School.
WIP publishes short (800-1,200 words) accessible articles of sociology, aimed at the general public. We publish three main types of content: research findings (summaries of published journal articles, working papers and books), news analysis, and commentary.
Latest from Work in Progress
Uneven Access to Union Jobs Increases Inequality within Marginalized Groups (David Pettinicchio and Michelle Maroto)
A second chance in the military (Eiko Strader)
Labor’s Legacy (Daniel J. Galvin)
No escape: When workplaces use social media (Xiaoli Tian)