Who’s Who in the Management Sciences

Who’s Who in the Management Sciences

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Edited by Cary L. Cooper

This major new directory provides, for the first time, up-to-date information on the work of leading scholars in the field of management. It will be an indispensable guide for management academics, and an invaluable reference source for the business community and officials in government and higher education. Who’s Who in the Management Sciences is a unique source of reference, including entries on approximately three hundred and forty leading scholars in the field specialising in areas such as accounting, finance, management economics, organizational behavior, marketing, human resource management, management information systems, operations management, business ethics, strategic management and international management.


Edited by Cary L. Cooper

Subjects: business and management, human resource management


JACOBY, Sanford Mark b. 13 May 1953, New York, NY, USA. Employment history Prof. Mgmt, Anderson Sch. UCLA, 1980–; Prof. History, Prof. Policy Studies, UCLA, USA, 1990–, 1994–. Degrees received AB (magna cum laude), Univ. Pennsylvania; PhD, Univ. California at Berkeley. Offices held Chair, Nominating Com., Ind. Relations Res. Assocn; Fellow, Natl Acad. Social Insurance; Mem., Initiative for Social Innovation Through Bus., Aspen Inst. Editorial duties Co-Ed., Comparative Labor Law & Policy J., 1997–; Ed. Bds, California Mgmt Rev., Ind. Relations, Work & Occupations, Labor History, Enterprise & Soc. Prizes and honours Joseph Warner Yardley Prize, Wharton School, 1974; Nevins Prize, Econ. History Assocn, 1982; George R. Terry Book Award, AOM, 1986; Fellowship, Natl Endowment for the Humanities, 1989; Taft Prize in Labor History, 1998; Piper Memorial Lectr, Chicago-Kent Sch. Law, 1999; Abe Fellowship, SSRC, 2000. Consultancy work Intl Labour Org.; Geffner & Satzman. Principal fields of interest HR; MH; IM. Chief publications Books: 1. Employing Bureaucracy: Managers, Unions and the Transformation of Work in American Industry (Columbia Univ. Press, 1985); 2. Masters to Managers: Historical and Comparative Perspectives on American Employers, 1850– 1950, ed. (Columbia Univ. Press, 1991); 3. The Workers of Nations: Industrial Relations in a Global Economy, ed. (OUP, 1995); 4. Modern Manors: Welfare Capitalism since the New Deal (Princeton Univ. Press, 1997). Articles: 1. ‘The duration of indefinite employment contracts in the United States and England’, Comparative Labor Law, 5, Winter 1982; 2. ‘Employee attitude testing at Sears Roebuck and Company, 1938–60’, Bus. History Rev., 60, Winter...

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