Area of Expertise: California state budget, downsizing, executive compensation, job hunting, outsourcing, wages, unions
Daniel J.B. Mitchell, professor emeritus at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, is an authority on the California budget, labor unions, wages, downsizing, outsourcing, and benefits and compensation.
Mitchell’s research and writing has focused on union wage determination, wage-price controls, the impact of international trade on wages, education and the labor market, child labor laws, profit sharing, concession bargaining and the state budget process. Mitchell is also a distinguished professor of public policy at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.
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