Douglas L. Kruse is a professor in Ruitgers' School of Management and Labor Relations where he also directs the interdisciplinary doctoral program in industrial relations and human resources.
He conducts econometric studies on disability, profit sharing, employee ownership, pensions, and wage differentials. Among his books are Profit Sharing: Does It Make A Difference? which won Princeton’s Richard A. Lester prize for Outstanding Book in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, and The New Owners (with Rutgers colleague and fellow EPRN researcher Joseph Blasi).
He is a research associate with the National Bureau of Economic Research (Cambridge, Mass.) and has served on the President’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities.
Kruse earned his doctorate at Harvard.
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