Editor: David Lewin and Paul Gollan
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Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations is a refereed research volume published annually or biannually. Although the series is designed to focus on industrial relations issues, the editors welcome articles from scholars in diverse disciplines, such as economics, law, history, organizational behavior, psychology, and sociology. The series welcomes manuscripts that may be somewhat longer than is the case with most journals, principally so that authors can explore their respective topics more deeply.
AILR is an academic referee publication with an international audience and authorship.
Although the series is designed to focus on industrial relations issues, the editors welcome articles from scholars in diverse disciplines, such as economics, law, history, organizational behavior, psychology, and sociology.
Independent of discipline, scholars interested in submitting papers for publication on any aspect of industrial relations should send three copies of their manuscript, entirely double spaced, to (Editor's name) or via email (Editor’s email address).
Professor Lewin is Neil H. Jacoby Chair in Management at UCLA Anderson School of Management. Professor Lewin is the author of many published works on such topics as human resource strategy, human resource management practices and business performance, workplace and organizational dispute resolution, and compensation and reward systems, including executive compensation and public sector pay practices.
Professor Lewin has consulted widely with business, government and voluntary organizations in the United States and abroad, and serves as an employment litigation expert. He is also Faculty Director of the UCLA Anderson School's Advanced Program in Human Resource Management, Young Presidents Organization (YPO) Management Seminar, and Strategic Leadership Institute (SLI).
Paul J. Gollan
Dr Paul J. Gollan holds a MSc (Econ) and PhD from the London School of Economics and is currently a Professor and Associate Dean (Research) in the Faculty of Business and Economics at Macquarie University. He is also Associate Fellow in the Employment Relations and Organisational Behaviour Group in the Department of Management at the London School of Economics and Adjunct Professor at the Macquarie Graduate School of Management. He is also currently Visiting Senior Fellow at the Australian School of Business at the University of New South Wales.
Paul has authored, co-authored and co-edited a number of books in the fields of human resources and industrial relations. In 2008 he was named in the most influential list for ‘The ones to watch’ in Human Resources Magazine Most Influential HR People in the UK.
University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Paul J. Gollan
London School of Economics, UK & Macquarie University, Australia
Professor Richard Arvey, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Sir George Bain, London Business School, UK
Professor Phil Beaumont, University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Professor Richard Block, Michigan State University, MI, USA
Professor emeritus David Brody, University of California at Davis, CA, USA
John Delaney, Dean, Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Professor Jack Fiorito, Florida State University, FL, USA
Professor Harry Katz, Cornell University, NY, USA
Professor Morris Kleiner, University of Minnesota, MN, USA
Professor Thomas A. Kochan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), MA, USA
Professor emeritus Robert McKersie, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), MA, USA
Professor Craig Olson, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, IL, USA
Professor Charles O'Reilly, Stanford University, CA, USA
Professor Robert S. Smith, Cornell University, NY, USA
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