Matthew Dimick’s scholarship examines the relationship
between labor and employment law, tax and welfare policy, and
economic inequality. He is interested in the problem of growing
income inequality in the United States and other developed
countries, and what kinds of institutions and policies can meet
this challenge in the 21st century global economy. He teaches labor
law, employment law, international and comparative labor and
employment law, and comparative corporate governance. Dimick
received his law degree from Cornell University, and was a
practicing attorney in Washington, D.C., before obtaining his PhD
in sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Prior to
joining the University at Buffalo, he was a law research fellow at
Georgetown University Law Center.
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