Wall Street Journal Jan 7-8 2012 p. A2 on the "jobless recovery":
[excerpted]: "'Businesses have gotten savier,' he [Eric Lascelles, chief economist at RBC Global Asset Management]. 'They seem to be able to squeeze more productivity out of a diminished labor force.'"
I am a Professor at a large public university. I study political economy and biopolitics (the politics of life). My interests are diverse but are broadly concerned with economic, social and environmental justice. I have published 5 books: Crisis Communication, Liberal Democracy and Ecological Sustainability: The Threat of Financial and Energy Complexes in the Twenty-First Century (2016); Fukusima and the Privatization of Risk (2013); Constructing Autism (2005); Governmentality, Biopower and Everyday Life (2008/2011); Governing Childhood (2010).
I also participated in an edited collection on Fukushima: Fukushima: Dispossession or Denuclearization (2014).