Introducing Adam Seth Litwin
Adam Seth Litwin, associate professor of industrial and labor relations, Department of Labor Relations, Law, and History, began teaching at ILR this semester.
Here, he offers a snapshot of his experiences and life:
Academic focus: Technological change and the structure of work; employment relations mediators of the impact of technological change on workers, firms, and society; labor relations in the health care sector.
Previous positions: Assistant professor of management, Carey Business School, Johns Hopkins University, 2008-2014; joint appointment, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, 2012-2014.
Academic background: B.S. in economics, public policy and management, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (1998); B.A., American history, School of Arts and Science, University of Pennsylvania (1998); M.Sc., industrial relations, London School of Economics (1999); Ph.D., Institute for Work and Employment Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2008).
Last book read: "The Unwinding: An Inner History of the New America" by George Packer.
In his own time: "Chasing after my toddler and my mutt, banging the drums, and bringing good cheer."