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Institute for Compensation Studies™

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Research Fellows

Fellows on the Institute for Compensation Studies are internationally known academic experts in the field of compensation and related areas. The Fellows come from many departments and colleges within Cornell University and from other leading Universities around the world. Fellows span fields such as Economics, Sociology, Psychology, Industrial Relations, Law, Finance and Accounting.

John Abowd Economics, Cornell
Orley Ashenfelter Princeton University
David Autor Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sam Bacharach Organizational Behavior, ILR, Cornell
Rose Batt Human Resource Studies and International and Comparative Labor, ILR, Cornell
Elena Belogolovsky Human Resource Studies, ILR, Cornell
Dan Benjamin Economics, Cornell
Marianne Bertrand University of Chicago
Sherrilyn Billger Illinois State University
Joseph Blasi Rutgers University
Francine Blau Economics, Cornell
Charles Brown University of Michigan
Susanne Bruyere EDI, ILR, Cornell
Richard Burkhauser Policy Analysis and Management, Cornell
Diane Burton Human Resource Studies, ILR, Cornell
Peter Cappelli University of Pennsylvania
David Card University of California at Berkeley
Chris Collins Human Resource Studies, ILR, Cornell
Martin Conyon University of Pennsylvania
John Deckop Temple University
Jed DeVaro California State University
Sanford DeVoe Rotman School of Management
Ron Ehrenberg Economics, Cornell
Todd Elder Michigan State University
Tor Eriksson Aarhus University
Henry Farber Princeton University
Gary S. Fields Economics and International and Comparative Labor, Cornell
Matthew Freedman Economics, Cornell
Barry Gerhart University of Wisconsin at Madison
Michael Gibbs University of Chicago
Luis Gomez-Mejia Texas A&M University
Yaniv Grinstein Finance, Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell
Maria Guadalupe Columbia University
Brian Hall Harvard University
Kevin F. Hallock Economics and HR Studies, ILR, Cornell
James Heckman University of Chicago
Robert Hutchens Economics, Cornell
Lawrence Kahn Labor Economics and Collective Bargaining, ILR, Cornell
Morris Kleiner University of Minnesota
Douglas Kruse Rutgers University
David Lee Princeton University
Darren Lubotsky University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Wm. Michael Lynn Economics, Hotel Administration, Cornell
Bentley MacLeod Columbia University
Alexandre Mas Princeton University
George Milkovich Human Resource Studies, ILR, Cornell
Craig Olson University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Paul Oyer Stanford University
Daniel Parent McGill University, Montreal
Jorn-Steffen Pischke London School of Economics
Canice Prendergast University of Chicago
James Rebitzer Boston University
Chris Riddell Labor Relations, Law, and Labor History, ILR, Cornell
Stewart Schwab Law School, Cornell
Ronald L. Seeber Labor Relations, Law, and Labor History, ILR, Cornell
Andrew Seltzer Royal Holloway, University of London
Kathryn Shaw Stanford University
Robert S. Smith Economics, ILR, Cornell
Michael C. Sturman Human Resources Management, Hotel School, Cornell
Pamela Tolbert Organizational Behavior, ILR, Cornell
Michael Waldman Economics, Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell
Kim Weeden Sociology, Arts & Sciences, Cornell
Patrick Wright University of South Carolina
David Yermack New York University