Interview with John Krinsky, c0-author, Who Cleans the Park? Public Work and Urban Governance in New York City
It is possible that you did not know that you need a comprehensive labor market analysis of the New York City Parks Department, but John Krinsky and Maud Simonet, in their new book, Who Cleans the Park? Public Works and Urban Governance in New York City (University of Chicago Press, 2017), show that you do. Join us as we talk with Krinsky about what this wildly segmented labor force tells us about work, workers, and workplaces today (not to mention race, sexual harassment, and real estate). The answer to “Who Cleans the Park?” is, in fact, much more complicated — and much more important — than you might think.
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Stephen Pimpare interviewing John Krinsky, c0-author, Who Cleans the Park? Public Work and Urban Governance in New York City, University of Chicago Press (April 18, 2018) (https://bit.ly/2HbwbXJ)