Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology at The Graduate Center, CUNY
Bruch, Sarah K., Joseph van der Naald, Janet C. Gornick. Forthcoming. “Poverty Reduction through Federal and State Policy Mechanisms: Variation Over Time and Across the U.S. States.” Social Service Review. [Post-print].
Steele, Liza G., Joseph N. Cohen, and Joseph van der Naald. 2022. “Wealth, Income, and Preferences for Redistribution: Evidence from 30 Countries.” Social Science Research. [Link]
Herbert, William A. and Joseph van der Naald. 2020. “A Different Set of Rules? NLRB Proposed Rule Making and Student Worker Unionization Rights.” Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy 11(1). [Link]
Herbert, William A. and Joseph van der Naald. Forthcoming. “Contingent Faculty and Bargaining Unit Composition: So Many Roads, So Much at Stake.” in Contingent Faculty: A Labor History, edited by Eric Fure-Slocum and Claire Goldstene. Champaign: University of Illinois Press.
Bruch, Sarah K., Janet C. Gornick, and Joseph van der Naald. 2022. “Geographic Inequality in Social Provision: Variation Across the US States.” Pp. 499-528 in Measuring Distribution and Mobility of Income and Wealth, edited by R. Chetty, J. N. Friedman, J. C. Gornick, B. Johnson, and A. Kennickell. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. [Link]
Herbert, William A. and Joseph van der Naald. 2021. “Graduate Student Employee Unionization in the Second Gilded Age.” Pp. 221-46 in Labor and Employment Relations Association Series,Revaluing Work(ers): Toward Democratic and Sustainable Prosperity, edited by T. Schulze-Cleven and T. E. Vachon. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. [Post-print]
van der Naald, Joseph. 2019. “Book Review: Theory for the Working Sociologist.” Teaching Sociology 47(1):65-67. [Post-print]
Milkman, Ruth and Joseph van der Naald. 2022. State of the Unions 2022: A Profile of Organized Labor in New York City, New York State, and the United States. New York: CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies. [Link]
Herbert, William, Jacob Apkarian, and Joseph van der Naald. 2020. Supplementary Directory of New Bargaining Agents and Contracts in Institutions of Higher Education, 2013-2019. New York: National Center for the Study of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education and the Professions. [Link]