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The Scheinman Institute conducts leading research that advances the field of conflict and dispute resolution and addresses a variety of real-world issues. The Institute’s research resonates broadly with practitioners and policymakers alike, and is published in leading journals, referenced in major media and presented at industry conferences.

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New International and Comparative Labor and Employment Challenges: Dean Colvin and Director Katz Share Insights

Dean Colvin and Director Katz participate in LERA international discussion on employment relations issues.
Worker wearing hard hat
New International and Comparative Labor and Employment Challenges: Dean Colvin and Director Katz Share Insights

Conducting Investigations while Social Distancing

Scheinman Institute experts outline practical considerations for conducting investigations while social distancing.
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Conducting Investigations while Social Distancing

The Expansion and Implications of Various Forms of Collective Representation in the United States

Director Harry Katz's farewell address as President of the Labor Employment Relations Association.
A group of seven people stand in front of floor to ceiling windows with blue skies beyond.
The Expansion and Implications of Various Forms of Collective Representation in the United States

The Growing Use of Mandatory Arbitration

Dean Alexander Colvin's study of how workers are increasingly being required to sign mandatory arbitration agreements.
Alexander Colvin
The Growing Use of Mandatory Arbitration

Individual Employment Rights Arbitration in the U.S.: Actors and Outcomes

The authors examine disposition statistics from employment arbitration cases administered over an 11-year period by the American Arbitration Association.
worker mediation and arbitration
Individual Employment Rights Arbitration in the U.S.: Actors and Outcomes