Daphne Greenwood, Ph.D.

College of Letters, Arts & Sciences


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Work, Pay, and Sustainability: A New Economics of Labor – Polity Press, 2024.
Greenwood, Daphne T. 2019. “Three Faces of Labor: Sustainability and the Next Wave of Automation,” Journal of Economic Issues 62:2 (June) 378-84.
From Adam Smith to Sustainable Development: The Return of Ethics to Economics | More
Article: “Moving beyond traditional indicators of fiscal sustainability: Examples from locally chosen indicators,” Chapter 14 in Malito, Debora Valentina, Gaby Umbach and Nehal Bhuta, eds. The Palgrave Handbook of Indicators in Global Governance. Palgrave MacMillan, 2017.
Presentation: “Bringing Social Costs Back into Labor Economics: Theory and Practice,” presented at the International Conference for the Advancement of Pluralist Economics, Chicago, Illinois, January 5, 2017.
Greenwood’s activities with the Colorado Center for Policy Studies