IER Emily Erickson - Research projects
Maximising productivity through managing new technology, with Peter Dickinson, Funded by WMCA, Project duration: September 2022 - May 2023
- The role and impact of employment charters and procurement by subnational authorities to achieve good work standards; with Peter Dickinson and Dr Katharina Sarter, Funded by the University of Warwick; Project duration: October 2022 - June 2023
- The representativeness of apprenticeship trailblazers, with Emily Erickson, Funded by the Gatsby Foundation, Project duration: June - November 2022
Berglund, Lisa and Emily Erickson. Transportation justice is needed throughout the supply chain. Progressive City Magazine. August 2021. Erickson, Emily (2021).
Are Good Jobs Possible In The Deep South: Report on Anniston, Alabama A Southern Manufacturing Community. Available from https://jobstomoveamerica.org/wpcontent/uploads/2021/03/are-good-jobs-possible-in-the-deep-south-erickson-march2021.pdf
Erickson, Emily (2020) Citizens of Heaven Political Participation of Undocumented Americans. eJournal of Public Affairs, 9(2).
Ajayi, Adeola, Erickson, Emily, & Oluwoye, Jacob (2020) Urban Design of On-Street Stops and Road Environments: A Conceptual Framework. Pacific International Journal 2(1), 9-23. http://universaldesignaustralia.net.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Bus-stops-70-ArticleText-129-1-10-20200126.pdf
Berglund, Lisa, Emily Erickson, and Hugo Saramiento (2017). A Report on the PhD Experience: Calling for a Dialogue on Diversity, Labor Practices, and the Future of Social Justice Scholarship. Critical Planning Journal, 23. Available from https://escholarship.org/uc/item/4k7996m5 Erickson, Emily,
Victor Narro, Janna Shadduck Hernandez and Abel Valenzuela Jr. (2016). Conveying Carwash Owners’ Stories: Competition, Diversity and Growth in the Southern California Carwash Industry. UCLA Center for Labor Research and Education. Available from https://www.labor.ucla.edu/publication/carwash-owners/ Valenzuela, Abel and Emily Erickson (2015).
Erickson, Emily, Tayna Mendez and Peter Nichols (2009). The Economics of Migration: Agriculture, Remittances, and Investment. In W. Cornelius and D. Fitzgerald (Ed.), Migration from the Mexican Mixteca: A Transnational Community in Oaxaca and California. CCIS Anthologies. Boulder, CO, Lynne Rienner Publishers.