Benjamin I. Sachs

Kestnbaum Professor of Labor and Industry

Representative Publications



Sachs, Benjamin I. Reorganizing Work: The Evolution of Work Changes in the Japanese and Swedish Automobile Industries (Garland Publishing 1994).
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Shorter Works in Collection

Sachs, Benjamin I. "Union Organizing and the Architecture of Employee Choice" in Handbook of the Economics of Labor and Employment Law (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012).

Sachs, Benjamin I. "Fulfilling the Promise of Economic Rights: Learning from Labor and Employment Law" in Making Equal Rights Real (Cambridge University Press, 2012).

Articles in a Periodical

Sachs, Benjamin I. & Daryl Levinson. "Political Entrenchment and Public Law," 125 Yale L.J. (forthcoming 2015).

Sachs, Benjamin I. & Catherine Fisk. "Restoring Equity in Right-to-Work Law," 4 U.C. Irvine L. Rev. 857 (2014).

Sachs, Benjamin I. "The Unbundled Union: Politics Without Collective Bargaining," 123 Yale L. J. 100 (2013).

Sachs, Benjamin I. "Unions, Corporations, and Political Opt-Out Rights After 'Citizens United'," 112 Columbia Law Review 800 (2012).
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Sachs, Benjamin I. "Despite Preemption: Making Labor Law in Cities and States," 124 Harvard Law Review 1153 (2011).
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Sachs, Benjamin I. "David E. Feller Memorial Labor Law Lecture: Revitalizing Labor Law," 31 Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law 333 (2011).

Sachs, Benjamin I. "Enabling Employee Choice: A Structural Approach to the Rules of Union Organizing," 123 Harvard Law Review 655 (2010).
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Sachs, Benjamin I. "Reinhardt at Work," 120 Yale Law Journal 573 (2010).
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Sachs, Benjamin I. "Employment Law as Labor Law," 29 Cardozo Law Review 2685 (2008).
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Sachs, Benjamin I. "Labor Law Renewal," 1 Harvard Law & Policy Review 375 (2007).
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Sachs, Benjamin I. "Case Note, Whose Reasonableness Counts?" 107 Yale Law Journal 1523 (1998).

Representative Publications

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