Sarosh Kuruvilla, Cornell University

Professor Ithaca, New York sck4@cornell.edu

Bio/Research

Professor Kuruvilla's research interests focus broadly in the area of comparative industrial relations and specifically on the linkages between industrial relations policies and practices, national human resource policies and practices and economic development policies. His recent research has be...

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Bio/Research

Professor Kuruvilla's research interests focus broadly in the area of comparative industrial relations and specifically on the linkages between industrial relations policies and practices, national human resource policies and practices and economic development policies. His recent research has been concerned with developing policy approaches to improving national skills development, skills up-gradation and labor policy. His research has informed government policy and practice in Asia, particularly in relation to Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, S. Korea, Taiwan and more recently, in China and India. He serves as a consultant to many international agencies, as well as global corporations, and has authored a large number of refereed journal articles on labor and human resource policies and practices. His current research focuses on the analysis of employment relations in global value chains, with particular attention to the centralization and decentralization of HR polices across the value chain. He is also working on the globalization of professional labor markets, particularly the linkages between labor markets for lawyers in the US, UK, and India.

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