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JACOBY 223 [J] 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...
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