VITA MICHAEL WALLACE

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September, 2015

VITA MICHAEL WALLACE Contact:

Office: 860-486-3343 Address: Department of Sociology Fax: 860-486-6356 University of Connecticut E-Mail: [email protected] 344 Mansfield Rd. U-2068 Storrs, CT 06269-2068

Education: Ph.D.

1983 Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, Department of Sociology Dissertation: “The Contours of Working Class Struggle in the United States: Organization and Militancy in the Post-War Period” (Committee members: Larry J. Griffin [chair], Arne L. Kalleberg and James Lincoln)

M.A.

1979 Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, Department of Sociology. Masters Thesis: “Selective Incentives and the Perception of Oligarchy” (Co-Chairs: David Knoke and James Wood)

B.A.

1976 Ohio University, Athens, Ohio Double major in Sociology and Political Science Honors Thesis in Political Science: “Urban Disinvestment and the Decline of Urban Neighborhoods” (Chair: Edward Hayes)

Positions Held: Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, 2001 to present. (Department Head, 2001-2003). (Roper Center Fellow, 2014-2016) Associate Professor to Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 1990-2001. Assistant to Associate Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 1984-1990. Assistant Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1983-1984.

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Major Areas of Interest: Social Stratification/Inequality Sociology of Work/Organizations Labor Movements/Social Movements Political Economy of U.S. Capitalism Urban and Community Methods/Statistics

Book: York Bradshaw and Michael Wallace. 1996. Global Inequalities. Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press.

Edited Volumes: Michael Wallace and Joyce Rothschild. 1988. Deindustrialization and the Restructuring of American Industry. Volume 3 of Research in Politics and Society. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press. Robert Althauser and Michael Wallace. 1991-1994. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. Volumes 10-13. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press. Michael Wallace. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. 1995-1997. Volumes 1415. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.

Published Papers: Michael Wallace. 1979. “Conflict Regulation in the Industrial Sphere: An Indirect Test of Dahrendorf’s Theory.” Sociological Focus 12:229-238. Karl Schuessler and Michael Wallace. 1979. “Components of Communality in Mental Attitude Items.” Sociological Focus 12:247-262. Michael Wallace and Arne L. Kalleberg. 1981. “Economic Organization of Firms and Labor Force Consequences: Toward a Specification of Dual Economy Theory.” Pp. 77-117 in Ivar Berg (ed.), Sociological Perspectives on Labor Markets. New York: Academic Press. Larry J. Griffin, Michael Wallace and Joel A. Devine. 1981. “The Political Economy of Military Expenditures: Evidence from the United States.” Cambridge Journal of Economics 6:1-14.

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Arne L. Kalleberg, Michael Wallace and Robert P. Althauser. 1981. “Economic Segmentation, Worker Power, and Income Inequality.” American Journal of Sociology 87:651-683. Larry J. Griffin, Joel A. Devine and Michael Wallace. 1982. “Monopoly Capital, Organized Labor, and Military Expenditures in the United States, 1949-1976.” Pp. 113-153 in Michael Burawoy and Theda Skocpol (eds.), Marxist Inquiries: Studies of Labor, Class, and States. Special edition of the American Journal of Sociology. Michael Wallace and Arne L. Kalleberg. 1982. “Industrial Transformation and the Decline of Craft: The Decomposition of Skill in the Printing Industry, 1931-1978.” American Sociological Review 47:307-324. Larry J. Griffin, Joel A. Devine and Michael Wallace. 1983. “On the Political and Economic Determinants of Welfare Spending Since the Second World War.” Politics and Society 3:331-372. Beth A. Rubin, Larry J. Griffin and Michael Wallace. 1983. “‘Provided Only That Their Voice Was Strong’: Insurgency and Organization of American Labor from NRA to Taft-Hartley.” Work and Occupations 10:325-348. Arne L. Kalleberg, Michael Wallace and Robert P. Althauser. 1983. “Structural Effects on Individual Inequality: Reply to Tomaskovic-Devey.” American Journal of Sociology 89:446-451. Arne L. Kalleberg, Michael Wallace and Lawrence E. Raffalovich. 1984. “Accounting for Labor’s Share: Class and Income Distribution in the Printing Industry.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review 37:386-402. Michael Wallace. 1985. “Responding to Technological Change in the Newspaper Industry: A Comparison of the United States, Great Britain, and the Federal Republic of Germany.” Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting of the Industrial Relations Research Association, pp. 325-332. Michael Wallace. 1985. “Technological Changes in Printing: Union Response in Three Countries.” Monthly Labor Review 108:41-43. Larry J. Griffin, Joel A. Devine and Michael Wallace. 1985. “One More Time: Militarizing the U.S. Budget: A Reply to Jencks.” American Journal of Sociology 91:384-391. Michael Wallace and Ronald L. Jepperson. 1986. “Class Structure and Political Culture: Evaluations of Key Political Groups in Eight Western Capitalist Nations.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 5:321-361.

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Larry J. Griffin, Michael Wallace and Beth A. Rubin. 1986. “Capitalist Resistance to the Organization of Labor before the New Deal: Why? How? Success?” American Sociological Review 51:147-167. Mark Rieser, Michael Wallace and Karl Schuessler. 1986. “Direction of Wording Effects in Dichotomous Social Life Feeling Items.” Sociological Methodology 16:1-25. Michael Wallace.1987. “Dying for Coal: The Conflict over Health and Safety Conditions in American Coal Mining, 1930-1982.” Social Forces 66:336-364. Arne L. Kalleberg, Michael Wallace, Karyn Loscocco, Kevin T. Leicht and HansHelmut Ehm. 1987. “The Eclipse of Craft: The Changing Face of Labor in the Newspaper Industry.” Pp. 47-71 in Daniel B. Cornfield (ed.), Technological Change and Labor Relations in American Industry. Plenum Press. Michael Wallace and Joyce Rothschild. 1988. “Plant Closings, Capital Flight, and Worker Dislocation: The Long Shadow of Deindustrialization.” Research in Politics and Society 3:1-35. Michael Wallace. 1988. “Labor Market Structure and Salary Determination among Professional Basketball Players.” Work and Occupations 15:294-312. Michael Wallace, Beth A. Rubin and Brian T. Smith. 1988. “American Labor Law: Its Impact on Working Class Militancy, 1901-1980.” Social Science History 12:1- 29. William Form, Robert L. Kaufman, Toby L. Parcel and Michael Wallace. 1988. “The Impact of Technology on Work Organization and Work Outcomes: A Conceptual Framework and Sketch of a Research Agendum.” Pp. 303-328 in Paula England and George Farkas (eds.), Industries, Firms, and Jobs: Sociological and Economic Approaches. New York: Plenum Press. Kevin T. Leicht and Michael Wallace. 1988. “The Property Rights of Jobs: Job Entitlement versus Managerial Prerogative in Manufacturing Firms.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 7:187-219. Robert L. Kaufman, Toby L. Parcel, Michael Wallace and William Form. 1988. “Looking Forward: Responses to Organizational and Technological Change in an Ultra-High Technology Firm.” Research in the Sociology of Work 4:31-68. Michael Wallace, Larry J. Griffin and Beth A. Rubin. 1989. “The Positional Power of American Labor, 1963-1977.” American Sociological Review 54:197-214. Michael Wallace. 1989. “Brave New Workplace: Technology and Work in the New Economy.” Work and Occupations 16:363-392.

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Michael Wallace. 1989. “Aggressive Economism, Defensive Control: The Contours of American Labour Militancy, 1947-1981.” Economic and Industrial Democracy 10:734. Michael Wallace and Chin-fen Chang. 1990. “Barriers to Women’s Employment: Economic Segmentation in U.S. Manufacturing, 1950-1980.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 9:337-361. Kevin T. Leicht and Michael Wallace. 1990. “Work Organization, Business Culture, and Job Entitlement in the U.S. and Japan.” Comparative Social Research 12:175- 206. Don Sherman Grant, II and Michael Wallace. 1991. “Why Do Strikes Turn Violent?” American Journal of Sociology 96:1117-1150. York W. Bradshaw and Michael Wallace. 1991. “Informing Generality and Explaining Uniqueness: The Place of Case Studies in Sociology.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology XXXII:154-171. Lawrence E. Raffalovich, Kevin T. Leicht and Michael Wallace. 1992. “Macroeconomic Structure and Labor’s Share of Income: The United States, 1950-1980.” American Sociological Review 57:243-258. Michael Wallace, Kevin T. Leicht and Don Sherman Grant II. 1993. “Positional Power, Class, and Individual Earnings Inequality: Advancing New Structuralist Explanations.” The Sociological Quarterly 34:85-110. Kevin T. Leicht, Michael Wallace and Don Sherman Grant II. 1993. “Union Presence, Class, and Individual Earnings Inequality.” Work and Occupations 20:429-451. Don Sherman Grant II and Michael Wallace. 1994. “The Political Economy of Manufacturing Growth and Decline across the American States, 1970-1985.” Social Forces 73:33-63. Michael Wallace and J. Craig Jenkins. 1995. “The New Class, Post-Industrialism and Neocorporatism: Three Images of Social Protest in the Western Democracies.” Pp. 96-137 in J. Craig Jenkins and Bert Klandermans (eds.), The Politics of Social Protest: Comparative Perspectives on States and Social Movements. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press. Don Sherman Grant II, Michael Wallace and William Pitney. 1995. “Measuring State-Level Economic Development Programs, 1970-1992.” Economic Development Quarterly 9:134-145.

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J. Craig Jenkins and Michael Wallace. 1995. “The New Class and the Structure of Contemporary Political Dissidence.” Research in Social Movements, Conflict, and Change 18:223-255. J. Craig Jenkins and Michael Wallace. 1996. “The Generalized Action Potential of Protest Movements: The New Class, Social Trends and Political Exclusion Explanations.” Sociological Forum 11:183-207. Michael Wallace. 1997. “Revisiting Broom and Cushing’s ‘Modest Test of an Immodest Theory.’” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 15:239-253. Michael Wallace. 1998. “Downsizing the American Dream: Corporate Restructuring, Work and Family at Century’s End.” In Dana Vannoy and Paula Dubeck (eds.), Challenges for Work and Family in the 21st Century. Hawthorne, NY: Aldine de Gruyter. York W. Bradshaw and Michael Wallace. 1998. “Constructing a Model of Global Inequalities.” Pp. 73-83 in Amanda Konradi and Martha Schmidt (eds.), Reading between the Lines: Toward an Understanding of Current Social Problems. Mountain View, CA: Mayfield Publishing. Michael Wallace, Kevin T. Leicht and Lawrence E. Raffalovich. 1999. “Unions, Strikes, and Labor’s Share of Income: The Distributional Consequences of Worker Organization and Militancy in the United States, 1949-1992.” Social Science Research 28:265-288. David Brady and Michael Wallace. 2000. “Spatialization, Foreign Direct Investment, and Labor Outcomes in the American States, 1978-1996.” Social Forces 79:67-100. Michael Wallace and David Brady. 2001. “The Next Long Wave: Spatialization, Technocratic Control, and the Restructuring of Work at the Turn of the Century.” Pp. 101-133 in Arne Kalleberg and Ivar Berg (eds.), Sourcebook on Labor Markets: Evolving Structures and Processes. Plenum Press. David Brady and Michael Wallace. 2001. “Deindustrialization and Poverty: Manufacturing Decline and AFDC Recipiency in Lake County, Indiana 1964-1993.” Sociological Forum 16:321-358. Michael Wallace and Andrew S. Fullerton. 2003. “Workers’ Earnings in the New Economy.” Sociological Focus 36:7-27. Michael Wallace and Azamat Junisbai. 2004. “Finding Class Consciousness in the New Economy.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 20:385-420. Jamison, Cheryl Sorensen, Michael Wallace and Paul L. Jamison. 2004. “Contemporary Work Characteristics, Stress, and Ill Health.” American Journal of Human Biology 16:43-56. 6

Michael Wallace and Kevin T. Leicht. 2004. “Culture Wars in the Workplace? Cultural Antecedents of Workers’ Job Entitlement.” Work and Occupations 31:3-37. Carla Shirley and Michael Wallace. 2004. “Domestic Labor, Family Characteristics, and Earnings: Re-Examining Gender and Class Differences.” The Sociological Quarterly 45:663-690. Andrew S. Fullerton and Michael Wallace. 2007. “Traversing the Flexible Turn: U.S. Workers’ Perceptions of Job Security, 1977-2002.” Social Science Research 36:201221. Michael Wallace. 2007. “After Taft-Hartley: The Legal-Institutional Context of U.S. Strike Activity, 1949-1980.” The Sociological Quarterly 48:769-799. J. Craig Jenkins, Michael Wallace and Andrew S. Fullerton. 2008. “A Social Movement Society? A Cross-National Analysis of Protest Potential.” International Journal of Sociology 38:12-35. Michael Wallace, Casey Borch and Gordon Gauchat. 2008. “Military Keynesianism in the Post-Vietnam War Era: A View from the American States.” Journal of Political and Military Sociology 36:215-245. Michael Wallace, Andrew S. Fullerton and Mustafa Gurbuz. 2009. “Union Organizing Effort and Success in the U.S., 1948-2004.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 27:13-34. Andrew S. Fullerton, Michael Wallace and Michael J. Stern. 2009. “Multilevel Models.” Pp. 589-604 in Kevin T. Leicht and J. Craig Jenkins (eds.), Handbook of Politics: State and Civil Society in Global Perspective. New York: Springer. Michael Wallace and David Brady. 2009. “Globalization or Spatialization? The Worldwide Spatial Restructuring of the Labor Process.” Pp. 121-144 in Terry McDonough, David M. Kotz, and Michael Reich (eds.) Understanding Contemporary Capitalism: Social Structure of Accumulation Theory for the Twenty-First Century. New York: Cambridge University Press. Casey Borch and Michael Wallace. 2010. “Military Spending and Economic Well-Being in the American States: The Post-Vietnam War Era.” Social Forces 88:1727-1752. Michael Wallace and Travis Scott Lowe. 2011. “Work Values and Job Rewards among European Workers.” Research in Sociology of Work 22:43-84.

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Michael Wallace, Gordon Gauchat and Andrew S. Fullerton. 2011. “Globalization, Labor Market Transformation, and Metropolitan Earnings Inequality.” Social Science Research 40:15-36. Gordon Gauchat, Michael Wallace, Casey Borch and Travis Lowe. 2011. “The Military Metropolis: Defense-Dependence in U.S. Metropolitan Areas.” City and Community 10:25-48. Rachel Leventhal-Weiner and Michael Wallace. 2011. “Racial Differences in High School Dropout Rates: An Analysis of U.S. Metropolitan Areas.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 29:393-413. Thomas Hochschild, Jr. and Michael Wallace. 2011. “Three’s a Crowd? The Nader Vote in the 2000 Presidential Election in U.S. Metropolitan Areas.” Social Science Journal 48:575-588. Michael Wallace, Bradley R.E. Wright, Christine Zozula, Stacy Missari, Christopher M. Donnelly and Annie Scola Wisnesky. 2012. “A New Approach for Studying Stratification and Religion: Early Results from a National Internet-Based Field Experiment Study of U.S. Churches.” Research in Sociology of Work 23:369-397. Gordon Gauchat, Maura Kelly and Michael Wallace. 2012. “Occupational Gender Segregation, Globalization, and Gender Earnings Inequality in U.S. Metropolitan Areas.” Gender & Society 26:718-747. Michael Wallace, Gordon Gauchat and Andrew S. Fullerton. 2012. “Globalization and Earnings Inequality in Metropolitan Areas: Evidence from the USA.” Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 5:377-396. Michael Wallace and Rodrigo Figueroa. 2012. “Determinants of Perceived Immigrant Job Threat in the American States.” Sociological Perspectives 55:583-612. Bailey, John, Michael Wallace and Bradley R.E. Wright. 2013. “Are Gay Men and Lesbians Discriminated against When Applying for Jobs? A Four-City, Internet Based Field Experiment.” Journal of Homosexuality 60:873-894. Marty Laubach and Michael Wallace. 2013. “Consent and the Subjective World of the Worker.” Research in Sociology of Work 24:135-175. Travis Scott Lowe and Michael Wallace. 2013. “White-Hispanic Earnings Inequality in Urban Labor Markets: A Study of White Advantage.” Pp. 61-90 in Richard Verdugo (ed.), Hispanics in the U.S. Labor Market. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

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Todd Vachon and Michael Wallace. 2013. “Public Sector Unions.” Pp. 917-921 in Vicki Smith (ed.), Sociology of Work: An Encyclopedia. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Bradley Wright, Michael Wallace, John Bailey and Allen Hyde. 2013. “Religious Affiliation and Hiring Discrimination in New England: A Field Experiment.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 34:111‐126. Todd E. Vachon and Michael Wallace. 2013. “Globalization, Labor Market Transformation, and Union Decline in U.S. Metropolitan Areas.” Labor Studies Journal 38:229-255. Michael Wallace, Bradley Wright and Allen Hyde. 2014. “Religious Affiliation and Hiring Discrimination in the American South: A Field Experiment.” Social Currents 1:171189. Allen Hyde, Jeremy Pais and Michael Wallace. 2015. “Immigration and Earnings Inequality in America’s New Small Town Destinations.” Social Science Research 49:81-96. Bradley R.E. Wright, Michael Wallace, Annie Scola Wisnesky, Christopher M. Donnelly, Stacy Missari and Christine Zozula. Forthcoming. “Religion, Race, and Discrimination: A Field Experiment of How American Churches Welcome Newcomers.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion.

Book Reviews: Michael Wallace. 1985. Review of Kenneth Walsh, Strikes in Europe and the United States: Measurement and Incidence in Industrial and Labor Relations Review 39:142-143. Michael Wallace. 1988. Review of Dietrich Rueschmeyer, Power and the Division of Labour in Social Forces 67:541-542. Michael Wallace. 1989. Review of Gordon Marshall, Howard Newby, David Rose and Carolyn Vogler, Social Class in Modern Britain in American Journal of Sociology 94:1522-1524. Michael Wallace. 1989. Review Essay of W.W. Daniel and Rosemary Harris, Power and Powerlessness in Industry: Workplace Industrial Relations and Technical Change, in Contemporary Sociology 18:206-208. Michael Wallace. 1993. Review of Glenna Colclough and Charles M. Tolbert II, Work in the Fast Lane: Flexibility, Divisions of Labor, and Inequality in High-Tech Industries in Contemporary Sociology 22:863-864. 9

Michael Wallace. 1994. Review of Samuel Cohn, When Strikes Make Sense and Why in American Journal of Sociology 100:535-537. Michael Wallace. 2001. Review of Bruce Western, Between Class and Market: Postwar Unionization in the Capitalist Democracies in American Journal of Sociology.

Papers Under Review: Travis Scott Lowe and Michael Wallace. “Globalization, Occupational Segregation, and White Advantage: New Evidence on White-Black Earnings Differences in U.S. Metropolitan Areas.” Todd E. Vachon, Michael Wallace, and Allen Hyde. “Union Decline in a Neoliberal Age: Globalization, Financialization, Regionalization, and Union Density in Eighteen Affluent Democracies.” Allen Hyde, Todd E. Vachon, and Michael Wallace. “The Effects of Globalization, Financialization, and Neoliberal Reform on Income Inequality in 18 Affluent Democracies.”

Other Working Papers: Michael Wallace, Andrew S. Fullerton and Todd E. Vachon. “The Political Economy of Declining Union Membership across the American States, 1970-2014.” Being prepared for journal submission. Michael Wallace and David Brady. “A Political Protest Model of Wildcat Strikes in U.S. Manufacturing Industries, 1960-1980.” Being prepared for journal submission. Michael Wallace and Gordon Gauchat. “Partisan Cycles, Electoral Cycles, and U.S. Military Spending: An Analysis of the American States, 1977-2004.” Being prepared for journal submission. Michael Wallace. “Canada’s Imperfect Union: Labor, Politics, and Industrial Unrest, 19482010.” Early analysis stage. Michael Wallace and Gordon Gauchat. “Showing the Flag: The Domestic and Geopolitical Roots of American Military Adventurism, 1946-2010.” Early analysis stage. Michael Wallace, Todd E. Vachon, and Allen Hyde. “Political Party Control, Union Strength, and Neoliberalism: Accounting for Rising Income Inequality across the 50 U.S. States since 1950.” Being prepared for journal submission.

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Michael Wallace, Allen Hyde, and Todd E. Vachon. “Moving on Up: Neoliberalism, Finance, and the Rise of the Top 1% in the U.S. States.” Being prepared for journal submission. Miranda Wu and Michael Wallace. “Workers’ Earnings in Contemporary China: Class, Labor Market Structure, and Social Networks.” Being prepared for journal submission. Jordan Rees and Michael Wallace. “Affiliation with Fundamentalist Christian Religions and Earnings in the Labor Market.” Being prepared for journal submission.

Presentations at Professional Meetings: Michael Wallace. 1979. “Conflict Regulation in the Industrial Sphere: An Indirect Test of Dahrendorf’s Theory.” North Central Sociological Association, Akron, OH, April. Karl Schuessler and Michael Wallace. 1979. “Components of Communality in Mental Attitude Items.” North Central Sociological Association, Akron, OH, April. Michael Wallace and Arne L. Kalleberg. 1979. “Economic Organization, Occupations, and Labor Force Consequences: Toward a Specification of Dual Economy Theory.” American Sociological Association, Boston, MA, August. Arne L. Kalleberg, Michael Wallace and Robert P. Althauser. 1980. “Employer Power, Worker Power, and Income Inequality.” National Science Foundation Conference on Labor Market Structure and Socioeconomic Stratification, Athens, GA, March. Larry J. Griffin, Joel A. Devine and Michael Wallace. 1980. “Monopoly Capital and Military Keynesianism.” American Sociological Association, New York, NY, August. Michael Wallace and Arne L. Kalleberg. 1981. “Occupational Wage Processes in the Printing Industry, 1931-1978.” Southern Sociological Society, Louisville, KY, April. Wallace and Arne L. Kalleberg. 1981. “Industrial Transformation and the Decline of Craft: Wages and the Decomposition of Skill in the Printing Industry, 1931-1978.” American Sociological Association, Toronto, Canada, August. Larry J. Griffin, Joel A. Devine and Michael Wallace. 1981. “Accumulation, Legitimation, and Politics: The Growth of Welfare Expenditures in the United States since the Second World War.” American Sociological Association, Toronto, Canada, August. Beth A. Rubin, Larry J. Griffin and Michael Wallace. 1982. “The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove: Dealing with the ‘Labor Problem’, 1902-1932.” Social Science History Association, Bloomington, IN, November. 11

Michael Wallace, Karyn Loscocco, Kevin T. Leicht and Hans-Helmut Ehm. 1983. “The Impact of Technology on the Roles and Responsibilities of Labor and Management: The Newspaper Industry.” General Motors Business Understanding Conference, Detroit, MI, May. Michael Wallace. 1983. “Pending Issues in Research on Technology and the Organization of Work.” American Sociological Association, Detroit, MI, September. Michael Wallace. 1984. “Responding to Technological Change in the Newspaper Industry: A Comparison of the United States, Great Britain, and the Federal Republic of Germany.” Industrial Relations Research Association, Dallas, TX, December. Michael Wallace. 1985. “Payday in the NBA: The Salary Structure of Professional Basketball Players.” North Central Sociological Association, Louisville, KY, April. Michael Wallace. 1985. “Dying for Coal: The Struggle for Health and Safety Conditions in American Coal Mining, 1930-1982.” Aston-UMIST Conference on Organization and Control of the Labour Process, University of Manchester, Manchester, Great Britain, April. Michael Wallace. 1985. “The Domestic and Geopolitical Roots of American Military Force, 1947-1982.” Society for the Study of Social Problems, Washington, DC, August. Michael Wallace, Beth A. Rubin and Brian T. Smith. 1985. “The Impact of American Labor Law on Working Class Militancy.” Social Science History Association, Chicago, IL, November. Michael Wallace. 1986. “Dying for Coal: The Struggle for Health and Safety Conditions in American Coal Mining, 1930-1982.” (revised) Society for the Study of Social Problems, New York, NY, August. Michael Wallace. 1986. “Labor Market Structure and Salary Determination among Professional Basketball Players.” American Sociological Association, New York, NY, September. William Form, Robert L. Kaufman, Toby L. Parcel and Michael Wallace. 1986. “The Impact of Technology on Work Organization and Workers in Columbus.” Regional Science Association, Columbus, OH, November. Michael Wallace. 1987. “Aggressive Economism, Defensive Control: The Contours of American Labor Militancy, 1947-1981.” North Central Sociological Association, Cincinnati, OH, April. 12

Michael Wallace and Chin-fen Chang. 1987. “Barriers to Women’s Employment in Manufacturing Industries, 1950-1980.” Ohio Conference on Women’s History, Dayton, OH, April. Michael Wallace, Larry J. Griffin and Beth A. Rubin. 1987. “The Positional Power of Labor in American Industry, 1963-1977.” American Sociological Association, Chicago, IL, August. Robert L. Kaufman, Toby L. Parcel, Michael Wallace and William Form. 1987. “Looking Forward: Responses to Organizational and Technological Change in an Ultra-High Technology Firm.” American Sociological Association, Chicago, IL, August. Kevin T. Leicht and Michael Wallace. 1988. “The Property Rights of Jobs: Job Entitlement versus Managerial Prerogative in Manufacturing Firms.” Southern Sociological Society, Nashville, TN, March. Michael Wallace and Don Sherman Grant, II. 1988. “What Will Happen to Norwood? Community Reaction to an Auto Plant Closing.” Governance of the Small City and Regional Community, Normal, IL, March. Toby L. Parcel, Michael Wallace, Robert L. Kaufman and Don Sherman Grant, II. 1988. “Looking Forward Again: Occupational Variation in Worker Response to Employment within an Ultra-High Technology Firm.” American Sociological Association, Atlanta, GA, August. Michael Wallace, Paula Dubeck and David J. Maume, Jr. 1988. “Sociological Research on Plant Closings: The General Motors Closing in Norwood, Ohio.” North Central Sociological Association, Pittsburgh, PA, April, and the Society for the Study of Social Problems, Atlanta, GA, August. Michael Wallace. 1989. “American Labor Struggles, Past and Present.” Midwest Sociological Association, St. Louis, MO, April. Michael Wallace. 1989. “The Economism of the American Working Class.” Midwest Sociological Association, St. Louis, MO, April. Michael Wallace. 1989. “Brave New Workplace: Technology and Work in the New Economy.” 29th International Congress of the International Institute of Sociology, Rome, Italy, June. Don Sherman Grant II and Michael Wallace. 1989. “Why Do Strikes Turn Violent? New Evidence from Ontario.” American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA, August. 13

Lawrence E. Raffalovich, Kevin T. Leicht and Michael Wallace. 1990. “Macroeconomic Structure and Labor’s Share of Income: The United States 1950-1980.” American Sociological Association, Washington, DC, August. Michael Wallace, Kevin T. Leicht and Don Sherman Grant II. 1991. “Class, Positional Power, Organizations, and Labor Market Experiences: Integrating Structural Theories of Earnings Determination.” Midwest Sociological Association, Des Moines, IA, April. Chris T. Papaleonardos and Michael Wallace. 1991. “American Labor Law and the Decline of the Strike: The Pre-Reagan Years, 1948-1980.” American Sociological Association, Cincinnati, OH, August. Michael Wallace. 1992. “Hard Times in Norwood: Community Reaction to an Automobile Plant Closing.” American Sociological Association, Pittsburgh, PA, August. Don Sherman Grant II and Michael Wallace. 1993. “The Political Economy of Manufacturing Growth and Decline across the American States, 1970-1985.” American Sociological Association, Miami, FL, August. Michael Wallace and Don Sherman Grant, II. 1994. “The Immodest Theory Revisited: Functionalist Explanations of CEO Compensation.” North Central Sociological Association, Columbus, OH, April. Lawrence E. Raffalovich, Michael Wallace and Kevin T. Leicht. 1995. “Equality vs. Growth: The United States, 1950-1990.” American Sociological Association, Washington, DC, August. Michael Wallace and Thomas Carroll. 1995. “Political and Economic Determinants of Strikes in Canada, 1948-1990.”American Sociological Association, Washington, DC, August. Michael Wallace. 1996. “Downsizing the American Dream: Corporate Restructuring, Work and Family at Century’s End.” Conference on the Twenty-first Century Labor Force, sponsored by the Kunz Center for the Study of Work and Family, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, November. Michael Wallace. 1997. “Canada’s Imperfect Union: Labor, Politics, and Industrial Unrest, 1948-1992.” American Sociological Association, Toronto, Canada, August. Michael Wallace, Kevin T. Leicht and Lawrence E. Raffalovich. 1997. “Unions, Strikes, and Labor’s Share of Income: A Quarterly Analysis of the United States, 1948-1992.” American Sociological Association, Toronto, Canada, August. 14

David Brady and Michael Wallace. 1998. “Deindustrialization and Poverty: Manufacturing Decline and AFDC Recipiency in Lake County, Indiana 1964-1993.” American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA, August. David Brady and Michael Wallace. 1999. “Globalization as Spatialization: Foreign Direct Investment and Labor Outcomes in the American States, 1978-1996.” American Sociological Association, Chicago, IL, August. Michael Wallace and Kevin T. Leicht. 2001. “Culture Wars in the Workplace: The Property Rights of Jobs across the Cultural Divide.” American Sociological Association, Los Angeles, CA, August. Michael Wallace and Azamat Junisbai. 2001. “Finding Class Consciousness in the New Economy.” American Sociological Association, Los Angeles, CA, August. David Brady and Michael Wallace. 2002. “A Political Protest Model of Wildcat Strikes in U.S. Manufacturing Industries, 1960-1980.” Eastern Sociological Society, Boston, MA, March. Jean Shin and Michael Wallace. 2002. “Back to Blauner: Revisiting Worker Alienation in Contemporary America.” Eastern Sociological Society, Boston, MA, March. Thomas Volscho and Michael Wallace. 2004. “Explaining U.S. Income Inequality, 19492003: Trends, Theories, and Evidence.” American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA, August. Michael Wallace and Marty Laubach. 2004. “Job Slide and Its Discontents: Echoes of Work in the New Economy.” American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA, August. Azamat Junisbai and Michael Wallace. 2005. “Are Middle Class Fears Good for Unions?” Southern Sociological Society, Charlotte, NC, April. Andrew S. Fullerton, Michael Wallace and Mustafa Gurbuz. 2006. “Union Organizational Effort and Organizing Success in the U.S., 1948-2004.” American Sociological Association, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August. Casey Borch and Michael Wallace. 2006. “Military Spending and Economic Well-Being in the American States: The Post-Vietnam War Era.” American Sociological Association, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August. Michael Wallace. 2006. “Middle Class Fears in the New Economy.” How Class Works 15

Conference. SUNY Stony Brook. Stony Brook, NY, June. Michael Wallace and Cheryl Smith. 2007. “Workers’ Health in the New Economy: Sex and Class Differences.” Eastern Sociological Society, Philadelphia, PA, March. Michael Wallace and Casey Borch. 2007. “Military Keynesianism in the Post-Vietnam War Era.” American Sociological Association, New York, NY, August. Casey Borch and Michael Wallace. 2008. “State and National Electoral Politics and Military Spending in the American States, 1977-2004.” North Central Sociological Association, Cincinnati, OH, March. Casey Borch, Michael Wallace and Eui-Hang Shin. 2008. “Buying Wins? Examining the Relationship between Salary Inequality and Performance among Major League Baseball Teams.” Southern Sociological Society, Richmond, VA, April. J. Craig Jenkins, Michael Wallace and Andrew S. Fullerton. 2008. “Macro-Level Determinants of Individual Protest Potential: A Cross-National Analysis.” International Institute of Sociology, Budapest, Hungary, June. Michael Wallace, Gordon Gauchat and Andrew S. Fullerton. 2008. “Globalization, Labor Market Transformation, and Metropolitan Earnings Inequality: An Analysis of U.S. Metropolitan Areas in 2000.” American Sociological Association, Boston, MA, August. Gordon Gauchat, Michael Wallace, Travis Lowe and Casey Borch. 2009. “Military Spending, Economic Well-Being, and Labor Market Quality in U.S. Metropolitan Areas.” Eastern Sociological Society, Baltimore, MD, March. Rachel Leventhal-Weiner and Michael Wallace. 2009. “Race/Ethnic Differences in High School Dropout Rates in U.S. Metropolitan Areas.” Eastern Sociological Society, Baltimore, MD, March. Travis Lowe and Michael Wallace. 2009. “Labor Market Differences and Racial/Ethnic Income Disparities: A Study of Urban Inequality.” Eastern Sociological Society, Baltimore, MD, March. Andrew S. Fullerton and Michael Wallace. 2009. “Explaining Union Density in the American States: A Growth Curve Analysis.” Midwest Sociological Society. Des Moines, IA, April. Thomas Hochschild, Jr. and Michael Wallace. 2009. “Three’s a Crowd? A MetropolitanLevel Analysis of the Nader Vote in the 2000 Presidential Election.” Southwestern Social Science Association. Denver, CO, April. 16

Annie Scola Wisnesky and Michael Wallace. 2009. “Community Disorganization and Infant Well-Being in New York State: A County-Level Analysis.” National Research Conference on Child and Family Programs and Policy. Bridgewater, MA, June. Michael Wallace, Gordon Gauchat and Andrew S. Fullerton. 2009. “Globalization, Labor Market Transformation, and Metropolitan Earnings Inequality: An Analysis of U.S. Metropolitan Areas in 2000.” UCLA Conference on Work and Inequality in the Global Economy: China, Mexico, and the US. Los Angeles, CA, October. Annie Scola Wisnesky and Michael Wallace. 2010. “The Social Structure of Healthy Cities.” Eastern Sociological Society, Cambridge, MA, March. Michael Wallace. 2010. “Precarious Work, Vulnerable Workers, and a Dangerous Economy.” Eastern Sociological Society, Cambridge, MA, March. Michael Wallace, Bradley R.E. Wright, Christine Zozula, Stacy Missari, Christopher M. Donnelly, and Annie Scola Wisnesky. 2011. “A New Approach for Studying Stratification and Religion: Early Results from a National Internet-Based Field Experiment Study of U.S. Churches.” Presented at the meetings for “Bringing Social Stratification Back in to the Study of Religion” at Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, May. Michael Wallace, Gordon Gauchat and Andrew S. Fullerton. 2011. “Globalization and Earnings Inequality in Metropolitan Areas: Evidence from the USA.” North Central Sociological Association, Cleveland, OH, April. Allen Hyde and Michael Wallace. 2011. “Local Labor Markets, Immigration, and Earnings Inequality in Micropolitan Areas.” Southern Sociological Society, Jacksonville, FL, April. Michael Wallace and Rodrigo Figueroa. 2011. “Determinants of Anti-Immigrant Prejudice in the American States.” Southern Sociological Society, Jacksonville, FL, April. Todd E. Vachon, Michael Wallace, Allen Hyde, and Rodrigo Figueroa. 2013. “Institutions Still Matter: Globalization, Wage Coordination, and Union Density in 18 Affluent Democracies.” Eastern Sociological Society, Boston, MA, March. Michael Wallace, Bradley R.E. Wright, and Allen Hyde. 2013. “Religious Affiliation and Hiring Discrimination in the American South: A Field Experiment.” North Central Sociological Association, Indianapolis, IN, April.

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Michael Wallace, Andrew S. Fullerton, and Todd E. Vachon. “The Political Economy of Declining Union Membership across the American States, 1970-2013.” Presented at the annual meetings of the North Central Sociological Association, Cincinnati, OH, April. Allen Hyde, Todd E. Vachon, and Michael Wallace. “Globalization, Financialization, and Income Inequality in 18 Affluent Democracies during the Neoliberal Era.” Presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Sociological Society meetings, Charlotte, NC, April. Todd E. Vachon, Michael Wallace, and Allen Hyde. “Globalization, Regionalization, and Unionization in 18 Affluent Democracies.” Presented at the annual meetings of American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA, August. (Also an invited contribution to the Labor and Employment Relations Association Annual Conference. Portland, OR, May) Miranda Wu and Michael Wallace. “Workers’ Earnings in Contemporary China: Class, Labor Market Structure, and Social Networks.” Presented at the annual meetings of American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA, August.

Proposal Referee for: National Science Foundation Ohio State University, Office of Research and Graduate Training Pennsylvania State University, College of Behavioral Sciences University of Cincinnati, Taft Faculty Fellowship Committee

Professional Associations: American Sociological Association Eastern Sociological Society Labor and Employment Relations Association Midwest Sociological Society North Central Sociological Association Society for the Study of Social Problems Southern Sociological Society Southwestern Social Science Association

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Selected Professional Activities: Editor, 1990-1997 (prior to 1994 with Robert P. Althauser): Research in Social Stratification and Mobility Associate Editor (1988-1990, 1998-2006): Research in Social Stratification and Mobility Editorial Boards: Social Forces (1992-1995) Rose Monograph series (1992-1995) American Sociological Review (2004-2007)

Selected Service to the Profession: Chair, Scholarly Achievement Award Committee, North Central Sociological Association (1992-1994) Member, Council of the North Central Sociological Association (1992-1994) Chair, Curriculum Committee, Organizations and Occupations section of the American Sociological Association (1991-1992) Member, Committee for the Harry S. Braverman Award, Labor Studies Division, Society for the Study of Social Problems (2004) Member of Council, Section on Organizations, Occupations and Work, American Sociological Association (2004-2007) Member of Organizing Committee, Section in Formation on Poverty, Inequality, and Mobility, American Sociological Association (2009-2011)

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Manuscript Referee for: Acta Sociologica American Sociological Review American Journal of Sociology Annual Review of Sociology Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society Industrial Relations Mobilization Research in Sociology of Work Sociological Focus Social Forces Sociological Forum Sociological Perspectives Sociological Quarterly Social Problems Social Science Journal Social Science Quarterly Social Science Review Sociological Spectrum Work and Occupations Oxford University Press Plenum Press Rutgers University Press State University of New York Press University of Chicago Press University of Minnesota Press

Undergraduate Courses Taught: Introduction to Sociology Social Problems Social Problems: Problems in American Capitalism Social Organization Sociology of Organizations Social Change Social Stratification Sociology of Work/Work and Occupations Urban Sociology Sociological Theory Research Methods in Sociology Statistics for Sociology

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Graduate Courses Taught: Introduction to Quantitative Methods Globalization and Inequality in Comparative Perspective Industrial Sociology Multivariate Time Series Analysis Research Seminar, Political Economy of Work Social Organization Survey Research Methods I Survey Research Methods II Social Stratification Sociological Research Practicum Sociology of Organizations Statistical Techniques in Sociology Studies in Social Change Sociology of Work/Work and Occupations Seminar in Political Economy The American Working Class: Composition and Culture The Metropolitan Community Metropolitan Inequalities in the Great Recession

Research Support: 1982

“The Contours of Class Struggle in the United States: Organization and Militancy in the Post-War Period.” Social Science Research Council. $15,000.

1982

Jonathan Edwards Fellowship. Indiana University.

1986

“The Domestic and Geopolitical Context of the Use of American Military Force Since World War II.” Ohio State University Mershon Center. $7,100.

1986

“The Impact of Technology on Work Organization and Work Outcomes in Columbus.” (with Robert L. Kaufman, Toby L. Parcel and William Form). Committee on Urban Affairs and the Urban Assistance Program. $18,000.

1986

“Work Organization and Work Outcomes in a High Tech Firm.” Ohio State University Small Grant, Ohio State University Office of Research and Graduate Studies. $1,000.

1986

“Barriers to Women’s Employment in U.S. Manufacturing Industries, 1950-1980.” Ohio State University Division of Women’s Studies. $1,000.

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1986 “Capital Mobility and the Recomposition of Regional Economies: Probing the Deindustrialization Crisis, 1946-1984.” Ohio State University Small Grant, Ohio State University Office of Research and Graduate Studies. $1,000. 1987 “The Impact of Technology on Work Organization and Work Outcomes in Columbus.” (with William Form, Toby L. Parcel, and Robert Kaufman). Committee on Urban Affairs and the Urban Assistance Program, Ohio State University. $18,600. 1987 “The Impact of Technology on Work Organization and Work Outcomes in Columbus.” (with William Form, Toby L. Parcel and Robert Kaufman). College of Business, Ohio State University. $2364. 1987

“Shutdown in Norwood: The Response to the GM Plant Closing.” Committee on Urban Affairs and the Urban Assistance Program, Ohio State University. $18,000.

1987

Funding for a Postdoctoral Fellow. (with William Form, Toby L. Parcel, and Robert Kaufman). Ohio State University Graduate School. $46,000.

1987- “A Strategy for Inter-Organizational Measurement: Insights from the Resource 1988 Perspective.” (with Toby L. Parcel, William Form and Robert L. Kaufman), National Science Foundation. $69,730. 1988- “Work Climate Analysis at Chemical Abstract Services.” (with Toby L. Parcel, 1989 William Form and Robert L. Kaufman) Chemical Abstract Services. $9872. 1988- Funding for a six-year project to study the impact of selective admissions policy, 1990 student retention, and other factors related to academic and non-academic life of students at OSU. Funded by the Department of Sociology and Office of Academic Affairs, $225,000. Served as Principle Investigator for two years. 1993

Teaching Excellence Award, Indiana University. $7500.

1995- “The Indiana Quality of Employment Survey.” Sociological Research Practicum, 1996 Department of Sociology, Indiana University. $213,128. 1995- Dean of Faculties, Indiana University at Bloomington, Multidisciplinary Ventures 1996 Fund, “Social Stratification in International Comparison: The Effects of Class, Race, Ethnic, and Gender Inequalities on Social Cohesion,” 7/1995 to 7/1996. PIs: York Bradshaw (Sociology), Dennis Conway (Geography), C.R.D. Halisi (Political Science), Randy Hodson (Sociology), Jean Robinson (Political Science), Michael Wallace (Sociology) ($3,500). 1997- “The Indiana Survey of Workers in a Polarized Economy.” Sociological Research 1998 Practicum, Department of Sociology, Indiana University. $218,967. 22

References: Available upon Request

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