International and Comparative Labor
Sarosh Kuruvilla, Chair
Faculty in the Department of International and Comparative Labor (ICL) are concerned with understanding and comparing labor and employment systems and practices in other countries and regions of the world, and with analyzing the dynamics of globalization as they relate broadly to work and capital.
The ICL department offers a broad range of courses on such topics as globalization, development economics, union revitalization, international labor rights, comparative industrial relations, international migration, cross-cultural organizational behavior, comparative social policy and social movements, and strategic human resource management, as well as courses on specific countries and world regions. Among the faculty are specialists on Asia, Europe, Latin America, Africa, and North America. Members of the ICL department are affiliated with academic departments across the school.
Courses of Study
See course schedules and descriptions for undergraduate and graduate students. Also review the courses that satisfy the ILR distribution requirements Fall 2013.