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Immanuel Ness, CUNY Brooklyn College (USA) and University of Johannesburg (South Africa)

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Rosa Abraham, Azim Premji University (India)
Max Ajl, Wageningen University & Research (The Netherlands)
Dario Azzellini, Autonomous University of Zacatecas (Mexico)
Amiya Kumar Bagchi, Institute of Development Studies Kolkata (India)
Eloisa Betti, Università di Bologna (Italy)
John Brolin, Lund University (Sweden)
Michael Burawoy, University of California, Berkeley (USA)
Mateo Crossa, Instituto Mora (Mexico)
Toby Carroll, City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
Anita Chan, Australian National University (Australia)
Sarika Chandra, Wayne State University (USA)
Ahmet Eran, Niğde Ömer Halisdemir University (Turkey)
Pedro Freire, University of California, Riverside (USA)
Anthony Gronowicz, CUNY BMCC (USA)
Anita Hammer, King's College (UK)
Ali Kadri, National University of Singapore (Singapore)
Timothy Kerswell, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen (China)
Sam King, Red Ant (Melbourne, Australia)
Maxwell Lane, Universitas Gadjah Mada (Indonesia)
Torkil Lauesen, International Forum, Copenhagen (Denmark)
Jake Lin, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (USA)
Marcel van der Linden, International Institute of Social History (The Netherlands)
Nemanja Lukić, Anti-Imperialist Network, Madrid (Spain)
Nima Nakhaei, York University (Canada)
Trevor Ngwane, University of Johannesburg (South Africa)
Robert Ovetz, San José State University (USA)
Chad Pearson, University of North Texas (USA)
Fredrik Petersson, Åbo Akademi University (Finland)
Sarah Raymundo, University of the Philippines Diliman (The Philippines)
Luke Sinwell, University of Johannesburg (South Africa)
Young Su Won, International Forum on One Korea (South Korea)
Helena Worthen, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (USA)
Zhun Xu, CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice (USA)
Melanie Yazzie, The University of New Mexico (USA)
Paris Yeros, Federal University of ABC, Santo André (Brazil)

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Maurizio Atzeni, CEIL-Conicet (Argentina)
Walden Bello, University of the Philippines (The Philippines)
Joe Berry, COCAL, Berkeley, California (USA)
Marcel Bois, Research Centre for Contemporary History, Hamburg (Germany)
Eileen Boris, University of California, Santa Barbara (USA)
Verity Burgmann, La Trobe University (Australia)
Ayşe Cebeci, Harran University (Turkey)
Ying Chen, The New School for Social Research (USA)
Gabriella Cioce, University of Nottingham (UK)
Christopher Davidson, Durham University (UK)
Başak Ergüder, Istanbul University (Turkey)
Harris Freeman, University of Massachusetts Amherst (USA)
Jeannette Graulau, CUNY Lehman College (USA)
Elif Hacısalihoğlu, Trakya University (Turkey)
Dirk Hoerder, Arizona State University (USA)
Ralf Hoffrogge, Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Germany)
Garuprasad Kar, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata (India)
Andrew Lawrence, Vienna School of International Studies (Austria)
Stacy W. Maddern, University of Connecticut (USA)
Christos Mais, University of Thessaly (Greece)
Miguel Martinez Lucio, The University of Manchester (UK)
Carlos Cruz Mosquera, University of London (UK)
Ayokunle O. Omobowale, University of Ibadan (Nigeria)
Fahmi Panimbang, Solidar Suisse, Jakarta (Indonesia)
Frances Fox Piven, CUNY Graduate Center (USA)
Lucas Poy, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and IISG (The Netherlands)
Peter Ranis, CUNY Graduate Center (USA)
Neil Redfern, The University of Manchester (UK)
Isabel Roque, University of Coimbra (Portugal)
Cağatay Edgücan Şahin, Ordu University (Turkey)
E. Sonny San Juan, Polytechnic University of the Philippines (The Philippines)
Saskia Sassen, London School of Economics and Political Science (UK)
Kim Scipes, Purdue University North Central (USA)
Benjamin Selwyn, University of Sussex (UK)
John C. Smith, Kingston University (UK)
Ben Trott, Leuphana University of Lüneburg (Germany)
Alan Tuckman, Keele University (UK)
Kevin Van Meter, University of Oregon (USA)
Raquel Varela, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa (Portugal)
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The Journal of Labor and Society is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering the political economy of labor, labor movements, and class relations throughout the world. The journal was established in 1997, was published by Wiley Periodicals through 2020, and is published by Brill starting in 2021. The journal’s editorial office is located within the Brooklyn College of the City University of New York Graduate Center for Worker Education. The Journal of Labor and Society publishes peer-reviewed, scientific research into the major social, political, economic, and cultural issues faced by workers around the world. In particular, the journal highlights the transformation of the international economy and aims to situate labor relations and conflict in this wider context. The journal also provides a forum for scholarly and collegial examination of the effects of the history of states, parties, and social movements on labor and work. Volumes 1-19 of the Journal of Labor and Society were published under the journal's previous name WorkingUSA.

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