Daniel J.B. Mitchell

UCLA (emeritus)

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Professor emeritus of management and public policy at the University of California, Los Angeles

Daniel J.B. Mitchell on KCRW

In 1975, a local newspaper headline said, "Ford to New York City: Drop Dead." But President Gerald Ford relented and agreed to back loans that kept the city from going bankrupt.

Can Washington Ignore the Biggest State in the Union?

In 1975, a local newspaper headline said, "Ford to New York City: Drop Dead." But President Gerald Ford relented and agreed to back loans that kept the city from going bankrupt.

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It appears that one of LA’s major economic engines will not be shut down by a labor dispute as shipping companies and the  Longshore and Warehouse Union  reached a tentative agreement…

New Grocery Workers Contract Regains Benefits

It appears that one of LA’s major economic engines will not be shut down by a labor dispute as shipping companies and the Longshore and Warehouse Union reached a tentative agreement…

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