Alumni

Former Visiting Scholars


 

2015-2016 Visiting Scholars

Ron Applegate – USA
Ron Applegate is a lecturer at the ILR School at Cornell University. He is researching Bay Area organizations promoting economic development with inclusive governance processes and equitable outcomes. He is sponsored by Michael Reich and will be at the IRLE from August 2015 through February 2016.

Yukiko Asai – Japan
Yukiko Asai is a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute of Social Science at the University of Tokyo. She is currently working on the effects of childcare availability on maternal employment and child development, and the effects of overtime regulations on work hours. She is sponsored by David Card and will be at the IRLE from September 2015 through May 2016.

Rosemary Batt – USA
Rosemary Batt is a professor of Human Resource Studies and International and Comparative Labor at the ILR School at Cornell University. She is researching the effect of domestic contracting-out on job quality and inequality. She is sponsored by Michael Reich and will be at the IRLE from August 2015 through February 2016.

Ramón Castellblanch – USA

Sungchul Cho – South Korea
Sungchul Cho is a researcher working with the Korea Environmental Institute (KEI). Previously, he was a lecturer in the Department of Economics at Yonsei University in South Korea. His research examines how macro-level economic, demographic, and institutional changes influence social stratification and inequality. He is sponsored by Michael Reich and will be at the IRLE from September 2014 through August 2016.

Kevin Duncan – USA
Kevin Duncan is a professor of economics at Colorado State University-Pueblo. He is studying the economic impact of cap and trade allowances and distributions on eight counties in the San Joaquin Valley. He is sponsored by Carol Zabin and is visiting the IRLE in June 2016.

Cedric Gorinas – Denmark & France
Cedric Gorinas is a researcher at the Danish National Centre for Social Research. He applies microeconomics tools to study the processes of economic integration and exclusion among socially weak groups such as ethnic minorities, young criminals, and crime victims. He is sponsored by David Card and will be at the IRLE from October 2014 through December 2015.

Christoph Hermann – Austria
Before coming to UC Berkeley, Christoph Hermann was a senior researcher at the Working Life Research Centre in Vienna. He is currently a lecturer in the Department of Sociology at Berkeley. He is researching the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the European Union and the United States and its impact on public services and public sector workers. He is sponsored by Michael Reich and Jesse Rothstein and will be at the IRLE from July 2015 through June 2017.

Mélina Hillion – France
Mélina Hillion is a PhD student at the Paris School of Economics. She is researching mechanisms of discrimination in the recruitment process of teachers in France, and the origins of regional discrepancies in elementary school teacher quality. She is also engaged in a project on the influence of teachers’ and classmates’ quality on career choices in higher education. She is sponsored by Jesse Rothstein and will be at the IRLE from September 2015 through December 2015.

Ling Huang – China

Taichi Ito – Japan
Taichi Ito is an associate professor of social policy at the Osaka University of Economics. He is conducting research to ascertain the potential for developing social movement unionism through a survey of labor unions in Japan and the United States. He is sponsored by Kim Voss and will be at the IRLE from August 2015 through August 2016.

Heike Jacobsen – Germany
Heike Jacobsen is a professor of economic sociology and sociology of work at Brandenburg University  Cottbus-Senftenberg and vice speaker at the German Association for Social Sciences in Labour Market Research (SAMF). Professor Jacobsen is researching the implications of German energy transition policies for work and employment at private and communal energy supplying companies against the background of institutional changes in the German labor market. She is sponsored by Carol Zabin and Betony Jones and her partnership with the IRLE will extend from January 2016 to March 2016.

Bettina Kahil-Wolff – Switzerland
Bettina Kahil-Wolff is a faculty member at the Faculty of Law, Criminal Justice and Public Administration at the University of Lausanne, where she is Director of the Institute for Insurance and Labor Law (IDAT). She is researching the legal frame of labor and the functioning of the EU labor market. She is sponsored by Michael Reich and will be at the IRLE from September 2015 through July 2016.

John Logan – USA

Sophie Maillard – France
Sophie Maillard is a Masters student at ENSAE ParisTech and ‘admistrateur’ at INSEE. She is currently researching how the sorting process of workers into firms can account for the gender wage gap in the French labor market. She is sponsored by David Card and will be at the IRLE from May 2016 through August 2016.

Jamie McCallum – USA
Jamie McCallum is an assistant professor of sociology at Middlebury College. He is researching for his book, Hard Work for Hard Times: The Making of the Modern Work Ethic. He is sponsored by Kim Voss and will be at the IRLE from August 2015 through May 2016.

Chris Nekarda – USA
Chris Nekarda is a principal economist at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, where he studies the U.S. labor market. He has also worked at the Brookings Institution as the statistical associate editor of the Brookings Papers on Economics Activity. His research focuses on the causes and consequences of labor market polarization and the implications of demographic changes for labor market dynamics. He is sponsored by Jesse Rothstein and his partnership with the IRLE will extend from January 2016 to May 2016.

Peter Philips – USA
Peter Philips is a professor in the Economics Department at the University of Utah. His research focuses on the U.S. construction labor market, including issues of safety, regulation, competition, bidding practices, wage determination, the construction of renewable generation facilities, and related issues. He is sponsored by Carol Zabin and will be at the IRLE from September 2015 through December 2015.

Mari Rege – Norway
Mari Rege is a professor of economics at the UiS Business School at the University of Stavanger and ESOP at the University of Oslo. She specializes in the fields of labor, family and behavioral economics. Current projects include investigating the effects of parental labor force participation on child development, and examining how individuals’ labor market decisions are affected by a concern for relative earnings. She is sponsored by David Card and will be at the IRLE from September 2015 through July 2016.

Andrew S. Ross – USA
Andrew S. Ross is a Bay Area-based journalist with 43 years’ experience in print, broadcasting and digital media, including as a co-founder of Salon.com, and, most recently ,a 7+-year stint as a business columnist at the San Francisco Chronicle. His research interests include the post-Great Recession economy, the future of labor, income inequality and corporate culture. Sponsored by Jesse Rothstein, he will be at the IRLE from September 2015 to September 2016.

Ken Shinohara – Japan
Ken Shinohara is a professor of business management at Kyoto Sangyo University. He is researching real conditions of quality control activities and the unions’ attitude towards them in the United States and Japan. He is sponsored by Clair Brown and he will be at the IRLE from September 2015 through August 2016.

Michael Siegenthaler – Switzerland
Michael Siegenthaler is a researcher at the KOF Swiss Economic Institute at ETH Zurich. He is researching how the content of schooling shapes labor market outcomes over the life-cycle. He is also investigating the effects of an increase in the local supply of workers on firms’ provision of training, productivity, innovation goals, and technology adaptation. He is sponsored by Jesse Rothstein and will be at the IRLE from August 2015 through February 2016.

Daphné Skandalis – France
Daphné Skandalis is an economics PhD student at CREST in Paris. She works on unemployment policy evaluations on French data. She is sponsored by David Card and will be at the IRLE from August 2015 to January 2016.

Ainhoa Vega-Bayo – Spain & USA
Ainhoa Vega-Bayo is a postdoctoral researcher from the University of the Basque Country, Spain. She is studying gender differences and performance in mathematics and their long-run effects on the labor market, as well as hybrid discrete choice models applied to school choice. She is sponsored by David Card and will be at the IRLE form August 2015 to December 2015.

Ed Yelin – USA
Ed Yelin is a professor in residence of Medicine and Health Policy at the University of California, San Francisco. He is researching the relationship between socioeconomic status and health and potential policies to address this problem. He is sponsored by Michael Reich and will be at the IRLE from May 2015 through April 2016.

Feng Zhou – China
Feng Zhou is a professor in the Department of Philosophy at Guangdong Institute of Public Administration in Guangzhou, China. He studies theories of distributive justice in contemporary China. He is sponsored by Katie Quan and his partnership with the IRLE will extend from November 2015 through April 2016.

Lennart Ziegler – Netherlands
Lennart Ziegler is a PhD candidate at the University of Amsterdam. His research interests are labor market policies and earnings inequality. Current projects include investigating the effects of assortative mating and intergenerational mobility on earnings inequality and evaluating active labor market policies in the Netherlands. He is sponsored by David Card and will be at the IRLE from January 2016 to May 2016.

Xia Zhou – China
Xia Zhou is an associate professor in the Department of Public Administration at Guangdong Polytechnic Normal University in Guangzhou, China. She is researching labor conditions and protection in global value chains and community and social engagement of trade unions in the United States. She is sponsored by Katie Quan and will be at the IRLE from August 2014 through July 2016.

 

2013-2014 Visiting Scholars

Mark Neal Aaronson – USA

Mark Aaronson is a Professor of Law at the U.C. Hastings College of Law in San Francisco, California. He will be working on his current CPMC project, a major case study involving community and labor activism as well as healthcare and urban policy issues. He is sponsored by Michael Reich and will be at the IRLE from September 2013 through August 2014.

Ramón Joseph Castellblanch – USA
Ramón Castellblanch is an associate professor of Health Education at San Francisco State University. He will be studying several aspects of implementation of the Affordable Care Act. He envisions that his work will contribute to a summary of ‘best practices’ that state policy-makers could consider in the future. He is sponsored by Michael Reich and will be at the IRLE from August 2013 through December 2013.

Arindrajit Dube – USA
Arindrajit Dube is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Amherst University, MA. His research is with the Center on Wage and Employment Dynamics (CWED). He is sponsored by Michael Reich and will be here from January 2010 through June 2014.

Momoko Kawakami – Japan
Momoko Kawakami is a visiting scholar at the Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica in Taiwan. She will be conducting field research in the Silicon Valley, where she will visit U.S. firms to understand their strategies for collaborating and competing with Taiwanese firms. She is sponsored by Clair Brown and will be at the IRLE from September 2013 through May 2014.

Sachi Kotani-Nakamura – Japan
Sachi Kotani-Nakamura is an associate professor in Sociology at Nihon University, in Japan. Her research focuses on the characteristics of women’s labor organizations and their role in maintaining and improving the working conditions for both male and female workers throughout the globalizing liberal market economy countries. She is sponsored by Katie Quan and will be at the IRLE from August 2013 through August 2014.

John Logan – USA
John Logan is currently the Director and Professor of Labor and Employment Studies at San
Francisco State University. He is also the Senior Research Associate at UC Berkeley Labor
Center. One of his research projects: an analysis of federal and state legislation affecting organizing and bargaining rights and unions ability to participate in politics. He is sponsored by Ken Jacobs and will be at IRLE from October 2012 through October 2014.

Marcelo Medeiros – Brazil

Marcelo Medeiros is a professor at the University of Brasilia and also a researcher at IPEA, the Brazilian Institute for Applied Economic Research. He is currently writing a book on the institutional determinants of the extremely high levels of income inequality in Brazil, and more specifically how the State contributes to the maintenance of an economic elite in the country. He is sponsored by Emmanuel Saez and will be at the IRLE from August 2013 through November 2013.

Martina Ori – Italy

Martina Ori is a PhD student in Labor Relations at the University of Bergamo, Italy and an ADAPT research fellow. She is developing a research project combining labor and employment issues with language and translation studies. She is sponsored by Michael Reich and will be at the IRLE from September 2013 through December 2013.

Philippe Pochet – Belgium

Philippe Pochet is the current Director of European Trade Union Institute, and the foremost expert on the European Social Union. Professor Pochet will continue his research for a book on Social Europe. He will be here from September 2013 through June 2014. He is sponsored by Michael Reich.

Pelin Sekeler Richiardi – Switzerland/Turkey

Pelin Richiardi is an economist at the International Institute for Labour Studies of the International Labour Organization (ILO) in Geneva. Her research is funded by Société Académique Vaudoise in Switzerland, and it focuses on a project entitled “Multidimensional Determinants of Inequality: A Post Crisis Analysis of Welfare Changes in The Middle Class”. This work aims at developing an inequality index including a group of dimensions linked to labor market conditions. She will be at the IRLE from May 2013 through May 2014 and is sponsored by Michael Reich.

 

2012-2013 Visiting Scholars

Louis Philippe Beland – Canada
Associate professor, Economics, at the University of Montreal, Canada. Sponsored by David Card, Professor of Economics, UCB, Beland is here from January, 2013 through May, 2013. His research interest is on causal impact of partisan allegiance (Republican or Democratic) of U.S. governors on labor market outcomes

Gerhard Bosch – Germany
Gerhard Bosch is a Professor, Sociology Department, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany. He will continue his research on employment effects of minimum wages and compare it with recent U.S. studies. He will be at the IRLE from January, 2013 to March 30, 2013. He is sponsored by Michael Reich.

Arindrajit Dube – USA

Arindrajit Dube is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Amherst University, MA. His research is with the Center on Wage and Employment Dynamics (CWED). He is sponsored by Michael Reich and will be here from January 2010 through June 2013.

Ellen Friedman – USA
Ellen Friedman is a Visiting Scholar working with Katie Quan, CLRE, at Sun Yat-sen Univeristy in Guangzhou this fall, at the International Center for Joint Labor Research. Ms. Friedman has been a key partner in efforts to build academic linkages between labor scholars in China and the US. She will be here from October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013.

Anna Godoy – Norway
Anna Godoy is a PhD candidate at the Ragnar Frisch Centre for Economic Research in Oslo. Her research interests include empirical labor economics and the economics of social insurance arrangements. She is sponsored by David Card and will be at the IRLE from August 2012 through December 2012.

Murat G. Kirdar – Turkey
Murat G. Kirdar is an Assistant Professor at the Middle East Technical University in Turkey. He will be continuing his research on labor market policies, migration and employment outcomes. He will be at the IRLE from August 25, 2011 through September 6, 2012. His latest publication: “Labor Market Outcomes, Savings Accumulation and Return Migration”, Labour Economics (2009).

David Kiss – Germany
David Kiss is a professor at the University Erlangen-Nuremberg. He developed a small theoretical model where individual achievement growth is determined by the school system (comprehensive school vs. ability tracking) and the overall distribution skills and plans to study labor related topics in the future. He is sponsored by David Card and will be at the IRLE from January 3013 through May 2013.

Toshiro Kita – Japan
Toshiro Kita is a Professor at Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan. His research focuses on Human Resources and Organization Management for Sustainable Innovation in Japanese and US High-Tech Companies. He will be at the IRLE from April 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012. He will be sponsored by Prof. James Lincoln.

Genevieve LeBaron – Canada
Genevieve Lebaron is a post-doctoral researcher at the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). Her research focuses on international and feminist political economy, international relations theory, comparative labor and social policy, corporate regulation and codes of conduct, global social movements, conceptions of freedom in political thought, global supply/commondity/value chains. She will be here at the IRLE from April 2013 through June 2013. She is sponsored by Michael Reich.

Marco Leonardi – Italy
Marco Leonardi is a Professor of Economics at Dipartimento di Studi del Lavoro, Unversita Statale di Milano, Milano, Italy. Leonardi is sponsored by David Card and will be at the IRLE from January 2013 through April , 2013 Leonardi’s research focuses on wage inequality and labour market institutions.

John Logan – USA
John Logan is currently the Director and Professor of Labor and Employment Studies at San Francisco State University. He is also the Senior Research Associate at UC Berkeley Labor Center. One of his research projects: an analysis of federal and state legislation affecting organizing and bargaining rights and unions ability to participate in politics. He is sponsored by Ken Jacobs and will be at IRLE from October 3, 2012 through October 3, 2014.

Marcelo Medeiros – Brazil
Marcelo Medeiros is a professor at the University of Brasilia and also a researcher at IPEA, the Brazilian Institute for Applied Economic Research. He is currently writing a book on the institutional determinants of the extremely high levels of income inequality in Brazil, and more specifically how the State contributes to the maintenance of an economic elite in the country. He is sponsored by Michael Reich and will be at the IRLE from August 2013 through November 2013.

Steffen Mueller – Germany
Steffen Mueller is a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany. He is currently examining determinants and consequences of firm failure. For this project, he linked information on firm bankruptcy with the rich administrative data of the German Federal Employment Agency and the Institute for Employment Research (IAB). In further empirical projects, he analyzes the economic consequences of employee participation and temporary agency work. He will be at IRLE from September 2012 until December 2012, and is sponsored by David Card.

Renate Neubaumer – Germany
Renate Neubaumber is a Professor of Economic and Economic Policy at the University of Koblenz-Landau in Germany. Her research interests are in the fields of empirical labor economics and economic of education. She is sponsored by Michael Reich and will be at IRLE from October 2012 through March 2013.

Philippe Pochet – Belgium
Philippe Pochet is the current Director of European Trade Union Institute, and the foremost expert on the European Social Union. Professor Pochet will continue his research for a book on Social Europe. He will be here from September 2013 through June 2014. He is sponsored by Michael Reich.

Lauro Ramos – Brazil
Lauro Ramos is a Research Economist at IPEA and Editor of the Journal "Mercado de Trabalho – Conjuntura e Analise" in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. His research is with the Center for Equitable Growth at the IRLE and focuses on inequality. He will be at the IRLE from February of 2012 through February of 2013 and will be mentored by Emmanual Saez.

Ayse Pelin Richiardi – Switzerland
Ayse Pelin Richiardi is an economist at the International Institute for Labour Studies of the International Labour Organization (ILO) in Geneva. Her research focuses on a project entitled “Multidimensional determinants of inequality: a post crisis analysis of welfare changes in the middle class”. This work aims at developing an inequality index including a group of dimensions linked to labor market conditions. She will be at the IRLE from May 2013 through May 2014 and is sponsored by Michael Reich.

Paul Ryan – UK
Paul Ryan is a Life Fellow, at King’s College in Cambridge. His research focuses on investigating the situation of doctoral students who are employed by American universities to provide teaching, research or administrative services. He will be at the IRLE from March 2013 through June 2013 and is sponsored by Michael Reich.

Kevin. T. Schnepel – USA
Kevin T. Schnepel is currently working on his PhD in Economics at the University of California – Santa Barbara. He is currently working on a project examining the relationship between labor market conditions and criminal behavior among individuals released from prison in California. He will be at IRLE from October, 2012 through May, 2013 and is sponsored by David Card.

Andreas Steinhauer – Switzerland
Andreas Steinhauer is a PhD Candidate in Economics at the University of Zurich, Switzerland. He is currently working on the effects of parental leave regulations on female labor market outcomes and a project concerned with the relationship between cultural norms and values and mothers’ labor supply. He will be at IRLE from August, 2012 through January, 2013 and is sponsored by David Card.

Giovanni Sulis – Italy
Giovanni Sulis is an Assistant Professor in Economics at the University of Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy and also a Researcher at CRENoS, Centre for North South Economic Research. He received his PhD from the University of Essex, United Kingdom. His research interests are in labour economics with particular attention to search models, wage dispersion and gender differentials. He is also interested in the relationship between economic growth and labour market institutions.

Alex Whalley – USA
Alex Whalley is a Professor Affiliate , Economics ,University of California – Merced; He is currently working on a project examining the long-term effects of university research on local economic growth, and another project on whether the national origins of the first settlers of the Mid-West explain local economic performance today. He will be at IRLE from September 2012 until December 2012, and is sponsored by Enrico Moretti.

Andrew Xianzhou Zhao – China
Andrew Xianzhou Zhao is an Associate Professor and the Vice Dean of the Business School of Sias University, in China. His research focuses on the trends of labor economics research and the new development of labor policy in the U.S. Modifying and is currently working on modifying his research paper, Measurement and Decomposition of Sexual Discrimination in China’s Urban Labor Market. He will be at the IRLE from January 2013 through July 2013, and will be sponsored by Michael Reich.

Michael Zibrowius – Germany
Michael Zibrowius is a Ph.D. Candidate in Economics at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in Germany. His research is centered around economics of migration and employment outcomes. He will be at the IRLE from August 2012 through December 2013, and will be sponsored by David Card.

 

2011-2012 Visiting Scholars

Randall Akee
Assistant Professor of Economics
Tufts University, United States

Arie Arnon
Professor of Economics
Ben-Gurion University, Israel

Yukiko Asai
PhD Candidate in Economics
Keio University,Tokyo

Michael Coelli
Senior Lecturer of Economics
University of Melbourne, Australia

Jou-juo Chu
Professor of Sociology
Chung Cheng University, Taiwan

Arindrajit Dube
Assistant Professor of Economics
Amherst University, United States

Ellen Friedman
United States

Jenny Jansson
PhD Candidate in Political Science
Uppsala University, Sweden

Erin Johansson
Deputy Research Director
American Rights at Work, United States

Niklas Kaunitz
PhD Candidate in Economics
Stockholm University, Sweden

Murat G. Kirdar
Assistant Professor
Middle East Technical University, Turkey

Abby Larson
Postdoctoral Fellow
UC Berkeley, United States

Nelson Lind
Economic Researcher
St. Olaf College, United States

Richard Murphy
PhD Candidate in Economics
University College, UK

Andre Nahoum
Doctoral Fellow
International Max-Planck Institute, Brazil

Lauro Ramos
Research Economist
IPEA , Brazil

Joanna Robinson
PhD in Sociology
University of British Columbia, Canada

Kevin. T. Schnepel
PhD Candidate in Economics
UCSB, United States

Nicole Schneeweis
Postdoctoral in Economics
Johannes Kepler University, Austria

Robert Scholte
PhD Candidate in Economics
VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands

Robert Smith
PhD Candidate in City and Regional Planning
UC Berkeley, United States

Ilan Tojerow
Visiting Researcher
Universite Librede Bruxelles, Belgium

Helena Worthen
Associate Professor Emeritus
University of Illinois, United States

 

2010-2011 Visiting Scholars

Oriol Barranco Font
Professor of Sociology
Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain

Jou-juo Chu
Professor of Sociology
National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan

Ana Damas de Matos
Ph.D. Candidate in Economics
London School of Economics, UK

Jenny Jansson
Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science
Uppsala University, Sweden

Akira Kitamura
Director General
Bureau of Equal Employment and Ministry of Health, Japan

Murat G. Kirdar
Assistant Professor
Middle East Technical University, Turkey

Nelson Lind

Economic Researcher
St. Olaf College, United States

Liviu Mantescu
Doctoral Student
International Max Planck Research School, Romania

Sung Namkung
Doctoral Student
International Max Planck Research School, Romania

Lena Nekby
Associate Professor of Economics
Stockholm University, Sweden

Lena Nekby
Associate Professor of Economics
Stockholm University, Sweden

Juliane Parys
Ph.D. Candidate in Economics
University of Bonn, Germany

Perihan Saygin
Ph.D. Candidate in Economics
IMT Lucca, Italy

Achim Schmillen
Ph.D. Candidate in Economics
University of Regensburg, Germany

Ilan Tojerow
Ph.D. Candidate in Economics
Universite Librede Bruxelles, Belgium

Benjamin Vollard
Assistant Professor of Economics
University of Tilburg, Netherlands

Zhou Xia
Doctoral Candidate in Political Science
Zhongshan University, China

 

2009-2010 Visiting Scholars

Uschi Backes
Professor of Business and Personnel Economics
University of Zurich, Switzerland

Kohei Daido
Professor of Economics
Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan

Carlo Gianelle

Labor Researcher
University of Siena, Italy

Gustavo Gonzaga
Associate Professor of Economics
Catholic University of Rio de Janiero, Brazil

Martin Halle
Associate Professor of Economics
University of Linz, Austria

Martin Halle
Associate Professor of Economics
University of Linz, Austria

Akira Kitamura
Director General
Bureau of Equal Employment and Ministry of Health, Japan

Thorsten Kogge
Ph.D. Candidate
Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Germany

Patrice Laroche
Professor of Industrial Relations
Nancy Universite, France

Ben Sand
Postdoctoral Scholar
British Columbia, UK

Zhenlei Shi
Associate Professor of Economics
Beijing Jiatong University, China

Masa Yasumoto
Professor
Yokohama National University, Japan

Ipek Gocmen Yeginoglu
Doctoral Fellow
Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Germany

 

2006-2008 Visiting Scholars

Dion Aroner
Former Assembly member 14th District California
United States

Arie Arnon
Professor of Research
Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

Carolina Carbajal de Nova
Economic Researcher
UAM, Unidad Iztapalapa, Mexico

David Dickinson
Senior Lecturer in Industrial Relations
Wits Business School, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa

Michael Fertig
International Economics Research Fellow
Rheinisch-Westfalisches Institut fur Wirtschaftsforschung (RWI), Essen, Germany

Tomoko Furugori
Professor of Economics
Chuo University, Tokyo, Japan

Oscar Gonzalez – Peral
Economic Researcher
Universita della Svizzera Italiana, Switzerland

Elizabeth Greenwood
Economic Researcher
MIT, United States

Oivind Hagen
Research Scientist
Institute for Social Research in Industry, Norway

Terje Hagen
Professor
University of Oslo, Norway

Dariusz Jemielniak
Professor
Leon Kozminski Academy of Entrepreneurship and Management, Warszawa, Poland

Paul Johnston
Professor of Sociology
UC Berkeley, United States

Robert Macmillan
Professor

Canada

Brian McCall
Economic Researcher
Toronto, Canada

Cristina Monoreo-Atienza
Professor of Law
Universidad de Malaga, Spain

Greg Oldham
Labor Researcher
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States

Robert E. Prasch
Professor
Middlebury College, United States

Thomas Rankin
Former President, California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO
United States

Regina Riphan
International Research Professor
Universtiy Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

Maria Rotundo
Professor of Human Resources and Organizational Behavior
University of Toronto, Canada

Yea-Huey Su
Professor of Information Management
National Central University, Taiwan

Hiro Tanaka
President
Shiga Bunka College, Japan

 

2005-2006 Visiting Scholars

Dion Aroner
Former Assembly member 14th District California
United States

Fahad Awaleh
Research Professor
Norwegian School of Management, Oslo, Norway

Elizabeth Greenwood
Economic Researcher
MIT, United States

Oscar Gonzalez – Peral
Economic Researcher
Università della Svizzera Italiana, Switzerland

Bjorn E. Mork
Sociologist
University of Oslo, Norway

Susan Helper
Professor of Economics
Case Western Reserve University, United Stated

Marco Leonardi
Professor of Economics
University of Milan, Milano, Italy

Thomas Rankin
Former President, California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO
United States

Tsuyoshi Tsuru
Professor of Economics
Hitosubashi University, Tokyo, Japan

Pietro Vertova
Economic Researcher
Italy University of Siena

 

2004 – 2005 Visiting Scholars

Jose Aviles
Professor of Labor Law
University of Granada, Spain

Emilia del Bono
Jr. Research Fellow, Economics
Queen’s College, Univeristy of Oxford, United Kingdom

George Cassamata
Director of Research in Economics
University of Toulouse, France

Damon Clark
International Student, Nuttfield College
Oxford United Kingdom

Marta Gutman

Candace Howes
Chair, Department of Economics
Connecticut College, United States

Jun Kim
Researcher
Korea

Arne Kommisrud

Andrea Weber
Researcher, Institute of Advanced Studies, Dept. of Economics & Finance
Vienna, Austria

Zeyner Yilidirim
Fulbright Reserch Scholar, Department of History
Bilkent University, Turkey

 

2003 – 2004 Visiting Scholars

Lean Heng Chan
Fulbright Fellow

Berndt Keller
Professor, Political Science
University of Constance, Germany

Erling Larsen
Norway

Denise McVea

Isabel Schirenbeck

Thomas Thomas

Jan Thorsvik
Norway

 

2002 – 2003 Visiting Scholars

Thomas Buerkle
Germany

Miriam Dornstein
Israel

Zella King
England

Petra Kugler
Switzerland

Vegard Moe
Norway

Christian Sandlie
Norway

Raquel Serrano
Fulbright Scholar
Spain

Isaack Shimba
Tanzania

 

2001 – 2002 Visiting Scholars

Peder Furseth
Norwegian School of Management
Norway

Kazuhiko Hayashi
Japan

Ava Kahn
United States

Ingrid Lundenberg
Norway

Jill Rubery
United Kingdom

Martijn Van Velzen
Hugo Sinzheimer Institute
University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

 

2000 – 2001 Visiting Scholars

Sebastian Aschenbrenner
University of Karlsruhe, Germany

Croson
United States

Anne-Lise Ellingsaeter
Institute for Social Research
University of Oslo, Norway

Tone Flotten
FAFO, Institute of Applied Science
University of Oslo, Norway

Guy
United Kingdom

Havard Helland
University of Oslo, Norway

Kumiko Hagiwara-Nishino
Staff Writer/Fulbright Scholar, The Yomiuri Shimbun
Japan

Jun Kayano
Japan Institute of Labor, Japan

Kyung-Sung Kang
Seoul National University, Korea

Lehmann
Germany

H. Leiponen
Finland

Patricia Robinson
Carnegie Bosch Research
NYU, United States

Heather-Jane Sears
United Kingdom

Yasuda
Japan

 

1999- 2000 Visiting Scholars

Jannis Angelis
Doctoral Student, The Judge Institute of Management Studies
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Alessandra
del Boca

Associate Professor of Labor Economics
University of Brescia, Italy

Giorgio Buzzi di Marco
Doctoral Student
University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

Hironori Date
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Economics
Ryukoku University, Japan

Kjell Hjerto
Senior Manager, Ernst &Young MG
Oslo, Norway

Douglas Orr
Associate Professor, Sport Management Department
Eastern Washington University, United States

 

1998- 1999 Visiting Scholars

Tore Bakken
Research Fellow Norwegian School of Management
Norway

Christian Brinch
University Fellow Economics Department, University of Oslo
Norway

Knut Gerlach
Professor Department of Economics
Institut fur Quantitative Wirtschaftsforschung, Germany

Richard Harrison
Associate Professor School of Management
University of Texas, United States

Ragni Hege Kitterod
Research Fellow Division for Social and Demographic Research in Statistics
Norway

Anders Lijenberg
Doctoral Student Stockholm School of Economics
Sweden

Paal Longva
Fulbright Fellow, Department of Economics
University of Oslo Norway

Georges Minet
Chief, The Office for Inter-Organization Relations ILO
Switzerland

Yukiko Murakam
Associate Professor, School of Political Science and Economics
Waseda University, Japan

Daniel Rascher
Assistant Professor, Department of Sports Management
University of Massachusetts, United States

Linda Sattler
Research Scientist, National Microelectronics Research Centre
University College, Cork, Ireland

Berit Skog
Associate Professor Sociology Department
Norwegian University, Norway

 

1997-1998 Visiting Scholars

Jan-Erik Askildsen
Research Fellow
Norwegian School of Economics, Norway

Tore Bakken
Research Fellow, Norwegian School of Management
Norway

Eduardo Gonzalez-Biedma
Research Fellow
University of Seville, Spain

Espen Dahl
Research Fellow, FAFO Institute for Applied Social Science
Norway

Margaret Ford
Research Fellow, Institute of Applied Research
Oslo, Norway

Astrid Hanssen
Research Fellow, Department of Economics & Centre for Social Research
University of Bergen, Norway

Geir Hogsnes
Research Fellow, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Thomas Mercer
President and Ceo African Telecommunications Network, Inc.

Xiaoying Qian
Research Fellow, Japan Institute of Labor
Japan

Daniel Rascher
Research Fellow, Sports Management
University of Massachusetts

Heather-Jane Sears
Harkness Fellow, Commonwealth of England

 

1996-1997 Visiting Scholars

Byung Cheong
Research Fellow, Hyundai Research Institute
Korea

Flora Gill
Research Fellow, Economics Department
University of Sydney, Australia

Hans-Tore Hansen
Research Fellow, Foundation for Research in Economics and Business Administration
Norway

Lorraine Kahn
Research Fellow
University of California, Santa Cruz

Ray Markey
Research Fellow, Economics Department
University of Wollongong, Australia

Gesine Stephan
Research Fellow
University of Hannover, Germany

Rudolf Winter-Ebmer

 

1995-1996 Visiting Scholars

Ellen Altenbourg
Research Fellow/Assistant Professor
Foundation for Research in Economics and Business Administration

Byung Cheon
Research Fellow, Hyundai Research Institute
Korea

Francoise Chevalier
Associate Professor, Groupe Hautes Etudes, Commerciales
Paris, France

Knut Gerlach
Professor of Economics
University of Hannover, Germany

Lorraine Kahn
Research Fellow
University of California, Santa Cruz

Kjetil Fladmark Larsen
Research Fellow/Assistant Professor
Foundation for Research in Economics and Business Administration

Torunn Lauvdal
Associate Professor
Oppland College, Norway

Xiaoying Qian
Research Fellow, Japan Institute of Labor
Japan

Rudolf Winter-Ebmer
Research Fellow
University of Linz, Austria

 

1994-1995 Visiting Scholars

Ellen Altenbourg
Research Fellow/Assistant Professor
Foundation for Research in Economics and Business Administration

Georgio Brunello
Professor, Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche
Universita’ di Venezia, Italy

Frederik Engelstad
Director, Institute for Social Research
Norway

Annette Kraus
Candidate for Master of Economics
University of Trier

Yoshi Nakata
Associate Professor, Department of Social Science
Doshisha University, Japan

Paul Ryan
University Lecturer
University of Cambridge, UK

Hiro Tanaka
Professor, Shiga Bunka College
Japan

Peder Inge Furseth
Assistant Professor, Norwegian School of Trade and Retail Management
Norway

Kjetil Fladmark Larsen
Research Fellow/Assistant Professor
Foundation for Research in Economics and Business Administration

Torunn Lauvdal
Associate Professor
Oppland College, Norway

 

1990-1991 Visiting Scholars

Svein Andersen
Norwegian School of Management
Oslo, Norway

Uschi Backes-Gellner
Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Labor Law and Industrial Relations
Trier, Germany

Monique Borrel
Research Associate

Torunn Bragstad
Economics Department
University of Oslo, Norway

Sadia Currimbhoy
Graduate Group in Economics
University of Pennsylvania

Lauren B. Edelman
Assistant Professor of Law and Sociology
University of Wisconsin at Madison

Knut Gerlach
Department of Economics
University of Hanover, Germany

Eduardo, Gonzalez-Biedma
Associate Professor, Law Faculty
University of Seville, Spain

Camille Lorraine Guerin-Gonzalez
Professor, History Department
Yale University

Marianne Nordli Hansen
Assistant Professor, Sociology
University of Oslo, Norway

Geri Hognes
Institute for Social Research, Business School
Oslo, Norway

Susan E. Jackson
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology
New York University

Berndt Keller
Professor, Faculty of Political Science
University of Constance, Germany

Kark Bum Lee
Assistant Professor, Sociology, Institute of Population and Development Studies
Seoul National University, Korea

Hilde Lorentzen
Institute for Social Research
Oslo, Norway

Loriann Roberson
Psychology Department
New York University

 

1989-1990 Visiting Scholars

Peter Auer
Senior Research Fellow, Science Center
Berlin, German

Uschi Backes-Gellner
Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Labor Law and Industrial Relations
Trier, Germany

Daniel M. Berman
VISTA Volunteer, Lecturer
San Francisco State University

Monique Borrel
France

Lauren B. Edelman
Assistant Professor
University of Wisconsin at Madison

Miriam Erez
Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management
Technion University, Israel

Mary Barbara Gregory
University Lecturer, St. Hilda’s College
Oxford University, UK

Geir Hognes
Institute for Social Research
Oslo, Norway

Gunnar John
Fulbright Scholar, Political Science
Free University of Berlin, German

Kark Bum Lee
Assistant Professor, Sociology
Seoul National University, Korea

Peter Warr
Social and Applied Sociology Unit
University of Sheffield, UK

 

1988-1989 Visiting Scholars

David Brauer
Oakland, California

Bor-Shiuan Cheng
Associate Professor, Fuhsingkong University
Tapei, Taiwan

Svenn-Age Dahl
Researcher, Centre for Applied Research
Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration

Knut Gerlack
Universities of Goettingen and Hannover
Free Republic of Germany

Wilhelm Noelling
University of Berkeley Alumnus and Regent’s Lecturer
Landeszentralbank Hamburg, Germany

James Peoples
Department of Economics
Rutgers University, Newark

Ron Rothbart
History
University of California, Berkeley

Ronald Schettkat
Senior Researcher, Wissenschaftzentrum
Technical University, Berlin

Robert Stern
Visiting Professor, New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations
Ithaca, New York

Masako Tanahashi
Aichi Shukutou Junior College
Nagoya, Japan

Malcom Waters
Senior Lecturer and Department Head
University of Tasmania, Australia