(p. xiii) About the Contributors
(p. xiii) About the Contributors
Professor Adrian Wilkinson
Adrian Wilkinson is Professor of Employment Relations at Griffith University and Director of the Centre for Work, Organization, and Wellbeing. He is also a Visiting Professor at Loughborough University Business School. His books include Making Quality Critical (1995), Managing Quality and Human Resource (1997), Managing through TQM: Theory and Practice (1998), Understanding Work and Employment: Industrial Relations in Transition (2003), Human Resource Management at Work (2008), Contemporary Human Resource Management (2009), and the Sage Handbook of Human Resource Management (2009). He has written over 100 articles in refereed journals and many book chapters. He is a Fellow and Accredited Examiner of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. He is chief editor of the International Journal of Management Reviews and associate editor of the Human Resource Management Journal.
Associate Professor Paul J. Gollan
Paul J. Gollan is currently an Associate Professor at the Department of Business, Division of Economic and Financial Studies, Macquarie University. He is also Associate Fellow in the Employment Relations and Organizational Behaviour Group in the Department of Management, and Research Associate at the London School of Economics. He is also a Fellow of the Labour‐Management Studies Foundation at Macquarie University which is jointly hosted by the Division of Economic and Financial Studies and the Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM).
Paul has authored, co‐authored, and co‐edited a number of books in the fields of human resources and industrial relations including Employee Relations in the Press (1997) and Models of Employee Participation in a Changing Global Environment—Diversity and Interaction (2001). His latest book Employee Representation in Non‐Union Firms was published in 2007. Another book, Strategic Human Resource Management: A Critical Review is due for release in 2009. He is a co‐editor of Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations and consulting editor for the International Journal of Management Reviews.
(p. xiv) Professor Mick Marchington
Mick Marchington has been Professor of Human Resource Management at what is now Manchester Business School, University of Manchester since 1995, having joined the University in the late 1980s. Prior to that, he worked at the Universities of Aston and Central Lancashire. He moved into HRM after gaining a first class honours degree in Chemical Engineering and indeed much of his work has been in that sector. While being at Manchester he has also been a Visiting Professor at the Universities of Sydney, Auckland, and Paris. During his employment at Manchester, he has occupied a wide range of managerial roles, including Dean of Management Studies and Divisional Research Co‐ordinator. He is currently the fortieth Anniversary Visiting Fellow at the Institute for Employment Studies.
He has published widely on HRM, including twenty books and monographs, and nearly 150 book chapters and papers in refereed journals. He is also editor of the Human Resource Management Journal, one of the leading journals in the area, and he has been joint chair of the HRM Study Group of the International Industrial Relations Association since 2003. He has been active in the CIPD since the late 1980s, as Chief Examiner until 2002 and as Chief Moderator, Standards up to 2008. He is a Chartered Companion of the CIPD, the highest grade of membership available.
Professor David Lewin
David Lewin is the author of many published works on such topics as human resource strategy, human resource management practices and business performance, workplace and organizational dispute resolution, and compensation and reward systems, including executive compensation and public sector pay practices.
Professor Lewin's recent books include Human Resource Management: An Economic Approach, The Human Resource Management Handbook, and Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations. He is presently working on two new books, Conflict Management in the Modern Corporation and The Dual Theory of Human Resources and Business Performance. Professor Lewin serves on the editorial boards of Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Industrial Relations, and California Management Review, is a Fellow of the National Academy of Human Resources, a member of the board of directors of K‐Swiss, and a Director of the Law and Economics Consulting Group (LECG). Professor Lewin has consulted widely with business, government, and voluntary organizations in the United States and abroad, and serves as an employment litigation expert. He is also Faculty Director of the UCLA Anderson School's Advanced Program in Human Resource Management, Young Presidents' Organization (YPO) Management Seminar, and Strategic Leadership Institute (SLI).
(p. xv) The Contributors
Peter Ackers Professor of Industrial Relations and Labour History, Loughborough University.
Robin Archer Lecturer in Political Sociology, The University of London.
Nicola Balnave Senior Lecturer, University of Western Sydney.
Peter Berg Associate Professor of Labour and Industrial Relations, Michigan State University.
Richard N. Block Professor of Labour and Industrial Relations, Michigan State University.
Peter Boxall Professor of Human Resource Management, The University of Auckland.
Alex Bryson Research Director, London School of Economics.
John W. Budd Professor, Department of Human Resources and Industrial Relations, University of Minnesota.
Almudena Cañibano Ph.D. student, LSE.
Tony Dundon Lecturer in Human Resource Management, National University of Ireland, Galway.
Carola Frege Reader in Employment Relations, London School of Economics.
Gregor Gall Professor of Industrial Relations, University of Hetfordshire.
John Godard Professor of Management, University of Manitoba.
Paul J. Gollan Associate Professor, Macquarie University, Sydney.
Rafael Gomez Lecturer in Marketing, The London School of Economics and Political Science.
Howard Gospel Professor of Management, Kings College, London.
Rebecca Gumbrell‐McCormick Lecturer in Management, University of London.
Richard Hyman Professor of Industrial Relations, The London School of Economics and Political Science.
Eric Kaarsemaker Lecturer in Human Resource Management, University of York.
Bruce E. Kaufman Professor of Economics, Georgia State University.
Ian Kessler University Reader in Employment Relations, University of Oxford.
Russell D. Lansbury Professor of Work and Organisational Studies, The University of Sydney.
David Lewin Professor of Management, Human Resources, and Organizational Behaviour, University of California.
Miguel Martinez Lucio Professor of International Human Resource Management, University of Manchester.
Mick Marchington Professor of Human Resource Management, The University of Manchester.
Raymond Markey Professor of Employment Relations, Auckland University of Technology.
David Marsden Chair in Industrial Relations, The London School of Economics and Political Science.
Glenn Patmore Senior Lecturer, The University of Melbourne.
Greg Patmore Professor of Business and Labour History, University of Sydney.
Andrew Pendleton Professor of Human Resource Management, University of York.
Erik Poutsma Associate Professor of Employee Relations, Radboud University Nijmegen.
John Purcell Research Professor—Industrial Relations, The University of Warwick.
Daphne G. Taras Professor of Industrial Relations, University of Calgary.
Andrew R. Timming Lecturer in International and Comparative HRM, The University of Manchester.
Nick Wailes Associate Professor, The University of Sydney.
Adrian Wilkinson Director of the Centre for Work, Organization, and Wellbeing, Griffith University, Brisbane.
Paul Willman Professor of Management, The London School of Economics and Political Science.
Geoffrey Wood Professor of Human Resource Management, University of Sheffield.
Stephen Wood Professor of Employment Relations, University of Sheffield.
Stefan Zagelmeyer Professor of Human Resource Management, International University of Applied Sciences Bad Honnef‐Bonn, Germany.