Chris Riddell
Associate Professor
ILR School, Cornell University

Associate Editors:

Sylvia Allegretto
David Card
Arindrajit Dube
Rucker Johnson
Ruth Milkman
Jesse Rothstein

Editorial Board:

James N. Baron
Clair Brown
Peter Capelli
Christopher (Kitt) Carpenter
Karen Chapple
Mary Daly
William Dickens
Erica L. Groshen
Barry Hirsch
Sanford Jacoby
Marlene Kim
Lori Kletzer
Jonathan Leonard
David Levine
James Lincoln
Magnus Lofstrom
Nicole Maestas
Bhashkar Mazumder
Suresh Naidu
David Neumark
Andrew Oswald
Steve Raphael
James Rebitzer
Ishak Saporta
Robert Valletta
Eric Verhoogen
Till von Wachter
Paula Voos

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"The Major Interdisciplinary Journal in the Field of Employment and Labor Relations"
- Daniel J.B. Mitchell
UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management
Industrial Relations, the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment’s academic journal, is in its fiftieth year of publication. With four issues a year, Industrial Relations offers valuable international perspectives on current topics in industrial relations, covering every aspect of the employment relationship. Each issue includes research articles, notes, and symposia on all aspects of employment relations and the labor market.

The editor is supported by an outstanding board of associate editors, as well as over 200 referees from academic institutions in the United States and abroad.

The journal is printed and distributed by Wiley Publishing. The Wiley Online Library web site provides extensive information and sample articles from the journal.

Chris RiddellChris Riddell, Editor

Riddell is Associate Professor at the ILR School at Cornell University. Professor Riddell conducts research that focuses on the role of institutions in understanding the workplace and labor markets. He is a recipient of the John Dunlop Award for outstanding contributions to the field of labor and employment relations, and his dissertation won both the Labor and Employment Relations Association and W.E. Upjohn Prizes. He has been a regular contributor to and member of the editorial board of Industrial Relations, and has also published in Industrial and Labor Relations Review and in influential economics journals such as the Journal of Human Resources and Journal of Public Economics. His Ph.D. is from the University of Toronto.

The journal continues to welcome submissions of top-quality research on current topics in industrial relations, covering any aspect of the employment relationship in the United States or abroad.