David Lewin is the Neil H. Jacoby Chair in Management at the UCLA Anderson School of Management and president of the Labor and Employment Relations Association.
Lewin does research and writes 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.
Lewin's recent books include Human Resource Management: An Economic Approach; The Human Resource Management Handbook; Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations (Vol. 17); andThe Oxford Handbook of Participation in Organizations. He is presently working on two new books, Conflict Management in the Modern Corporation and The Dual Theory of Human Resources and Business Performance.
Lewin earned his bachelor's degree in accounting from California State University, Los Angeles; his MBA and doctorate from UCLA.
Lewin is co-author of the March 2012 paper "Toward a New Generation of Empirical Evidence and Policy Research on Public Sector Unionism and Collective Bargaining."
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