News Article: A Big Safety Net and Strong Job Market Can Coexist. Just Ask Scandinavia. – NYTimes.com

A Big Safety Net and Strong Job Market Can Coexist. Just Ask Scandinavia. – NYTimes.com.

New (Short) Article: “Creating Space for Reservation Growth”

MillerNew (Short) Article: Ezra Rosser, Creating Space for Reservation Growth, 9 Florida International University Law Review 351 (2014) (Invited Symposium Article reviewing Robert J. Miller, Reservation ‘Capitalism’: Economic Development in Indian Country (2012)).

Call-for-Papers: “A Workshop on Vulnerability and Education”

Call-for-Papers: “A Workshop on Vulnerability and Education,” Amherst College, Amherst, MA, Apr. 24-25, 2015 with a call deadline of Jan. 19, 2015.

New Report (from the White House): “2014 Native Youth Report”

DSC_0351New Report (from the White House): “2014 Native Youth Report” (2014).  [Largely about socioeconomic issues and educational problems.]

For Fun: The 2014 Hater’s Guide To The Williams-Sonoma Catalog

For Fun: The 2014 Hater’s Guide To The Williams-Sonoma Catalog.

Op-Ed with links to interesting studies: Have Democrats Failed the White Working Class? – NYTimes.com

Have Democrats Failed the White Working Class? – NYTimes.com.  [The linked studies are worth checking out.]

New Report: “The Making of Ferguson: Public Policies at the Root of its Troubles”

New Report: Richard Rothstein, The Making of Ferguson: Public Policies at the Root of its Troubles (Economic Policy Institute 2014).

Court rejects Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s drug testing of welfare applicants | The Miami Herald

Court rejects Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s drug testing of welfare applicants | The Miami Herald.

How the stories of Native American youths made Obama cry in the Oval Office – The Washington Post

How the stories of Native American youths made Obama cry in the Oval Office – The Washington Post.

New Article: “World Poverty and Food Insecurity”

New Article: Carmen G. Gonzalez, World Poverty and Food Insecurity, 3 Penn. State Journal of Law and International Affairs No. 2 (2014).  Abstract below:

Drawing upon the insights of philosopher Thomas Pogge, the article emphasizes the structural inequities in the global economic order that produce food insecurity. The article argues that chronic undernourishment is a function of international political and economic arrangements that systematically benefit the wealthy at the expense of the poor. It concludes with several legal and policy reforms that the United States and the European Union can adopt to reduce the burdens that our societies place on the world’s most vulnerable populations.