Master of Arts (MA)
New York City spent $606.7 million in 2016 on Career Pathways, a national workforce development strategy designed to increase education, training, and learning opportunities for the current and emerging workforce. A small portion of that money has gone to worker cooperatives, a business entity that is worker-owned and worker-controlled. Female immigrant entrepreneurs have taken to the model. But the model's strength might prove to be its weakness.
O'Connell-Domenech, Alejandra, "Too Little Too Late For City Spending On Workers Cooperatives" (2017). CUNY Academic Works.