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November 2012


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    Pioneering work

    "Gender, Inequality and Wages" shares Professor Francine Blau's research on women, the labor market and gender inequities.

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    Distinguished speaker

    Vicki Saporta '74 talked with the ILR community about the complexities of the pro-choice/pro-life debate.

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    Advancing Economics

    ILR's Kevin Hallock, chair of Cornell's Economics Department, says the Meyer Professorship will help attract top scholars.

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    Work and Facebook

    NLRB Chairman Mark Pearce discussed work, social media and the law at a NYC Labor and Employment Law program.

ILR in the News

Newsday - Matthew Freedman, Assistant Professor of Labor Economics
"Minimum wage hike gets support from low-paid New Yorkers"

The Courier - Pam Tolbert, Lois S. Gray Professor of Industrial and Labor Relations and the Social Sciences
"Auto boom puts pressure on suppliers"

The Wall Street Journal - Louis Hyman, Assistant Professor of Labor Relations, Law and History
"Ten Things Credit Bureaus Won't Tell You"

Dimensions - Laura Hertzog, Director of Human Capital Development Diversity programs
"Driven by a Sense of Public Service"

More media stories and interviews featuring ILR people at: http://ilrinthenews.blogspot.com/.

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Making the Case
ILR education took debate skills to a higher level, says Bores '13, who helped Cornell's squad reach number one world ranking. (1:18)

Events

2012 Healthcare Summit
December 11-12, New York City

ILR Online: "What Happens Next? Tackling the Tough Economic Policy Questions"
December 12, ILR Online Webcast

HR in Hospitality Conference
March 11, 2012, Las Vegas




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