Tony Fang is a Visiting Associate Professor at the The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an Associate Professor of Human Resources Management and Industrial Relations at York University and a research associate with the Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources Management at the University of Toronto. Currently, he is the President-elect of the Chinese Economist Society also serves as the Domain Leader in Economic and Labour Market Integration at CERIS – Ontario Metropolis Centre, a Council Member of the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC), and a past Board Member of the Chinese Economists Society. He is also a visiting professor at Fudan University, Southwest University of Finance and Economics and China University of Geosciences, all in China. In 2010, he received the title of “Chutian Scholar”of Hubei Province.
Professor Fang has a PhD in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management from the University of Toronto. His areas of research interest encompass issues of compensation and benefits, high performance workplace practices, pension, retirement policy and the ageing workforce, education, immigration, and minimum wages, union impact on wages, innovation and firm growth, pay equity and employment equity. He has published in such journals as Industrial Relations (Berkeley), Industrial and Labor Relations Review, British Journal of Industrial Relations, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of World Business, Canadian Journal of Economics, Journal of Labor Research, China Economic Review, Canadian Public Policy, International Journal of Manpower, Journal of Management History, Social Indictors Research, and Perspectives on Labour and Income. He also received numerous research grants and awards from Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and Human Resources and Social Development Canada.
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