Publications

Resources and research on economic injustice in the East Bay, underlying EBASE’s work to transform key industries and build a just economy for all.

 

Pages from Emeryville Fair Work Week Report- Wages and Hours

 

EBASE, Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment, and the Center for Popular Democracy’s report showing how workers lack full-time predictable hours in Emeryville’s retail and fast food sectors. Download

 

UC Berkeley resource on Lift Up Oakland (thumbnail)

 

 

University of California at Berkeley IRLE’s study on the potential impacts of raising Oakland’s minimum wage to $12.25. Download

 

 

IWPR sick leave report (thumbnail)

 

Women’s Institute for Policy Research’s study on the potential impacts of providing mandatory paid sick days in Oakland. Download

 

 

UC Berkely fast food resource (thumbnail)

 

University of California at Berkeley ILRE’s study on poverty wages in the fast food industry, and the industry’s reliance on public assistance and its cost to taxpayers. Download

 

EBASE report on community benefits victory (thumbnail)

 

EBASE’s report on Revive Oakland’s groundbreaking community benefits agreement on the Oakland Army Base redevelopment project. Download

 

 

 

EBASE state of work in the East Bay and Oakland (thumbnail)

 

EBASE’s report on the state of the work in Oakland and the surrounding East Bay, including income inequality, poverty, and low-wage jobs. Download

 

 

EBASE resource on minimum wage in Emeryville (thumbnail)

 

EBASE’s report on the impacts of the Emeryville living wage policy for hotel workers. Download

 

 

EBASE resources on Building a Better Bay Area (thumbnail)

 

EBASE’s report on community benefits tools and case studies to achieve responsible development. Download
Pages from Behind the Boomtown Report

 

 

 

EBASE and University of California at Berkeley’s study of Emeryville from the 1990s to 2002, chronicling its development, regional economic impacts, and outcomes for workers and residents. Download