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Prof. David Lewin Neil H. Jacoby Chair in Management, UCLA Anderson School of Management, USA

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Biography
David Lewin is Neil H. Jacoby Chair in Management at UCLA's Anderson School of Management. His recent books include Human Resource Management: An Economic Approach, The Human Resource Management Handbook, Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations (Vol. 17), and The Oxford Handbook of Participation in Organizations. He is presently working on two new books, Conflict Management in the Modern Corporation and The Dual Theory of Human Resources and Business Performance. Professor Lewin serves on the editorial Boards of Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Industrial Relations, California Management Review and Journal of Change Management, is a Fellow and Director of the National Academy of Human Resources, serves as a Director of the Law and Economics Consulting Group, and is a member of The Conference Board's Evidence-Based Human Resources Human Resources Advisory Panel. Professor Lewin has consulted widely with business, government and voluntary organizations in the United States and abroad, and serves as an employment litigation expert. He is also Faculty Director of the UCLA Anderson School's Advanced Program in Human Resource Management. In 2004, Professor Lewin received the Anderson School Executive MBA Program Outstanding Teaching Award, and in 2007 he received the Anderson School Neidorf Decade Teaching Excellence Award.