Sarosh Kuruvilla is a professor of comparative industrial relations, collective bargaining, Asian Studies and chair of Cornell's Industrial and Labor Relations international programs.
Professor Kuruvilla's research interests focus broadly in the area of comparative industrial relations and specifically on the linkages between industrial relations policies and practices, national human resource policies and practices and economic development policies.
His recent research has been concerned with developing policy approaches to improving national skills development, training and labor policy.
Kuruvilla received his bachelor's degree in commerce and industrial Organization for the University of Madras, India; his post-graduate honore diploma in personnel management and labor relations from the Xavier Labor Relations Institute in Jamshedpur, India; and his doctorate in business administration from the University of Iowa.
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