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Leading business school academics are speaking out in support of the Employee Fee Choice Act. Concerned about growing inequality and the disappearing middle class, a number of these scholars have signed a statement strongly endorsing this critical federal legislation. They see the enactment of the Employee Free Choice Act as both good for business and crucial to rebuilding the middle class. As these academics point out, many successful businesses find benefits in labor-management partnerships, including lower turnover, higher productivity, and an enhanced capacity for innovation. As these scholars affirm, the enactment of the Employee Free Choice Act would help create an economy that benefits all Americans.

»Read the statement (PDF)

 

We Support the Employee Free Choice Act


Paul Adler, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California
Eileen Appelbaum, Rutgers University
Dina Boogaard, University of Maryland
Anthony F. Buono , Bentley College
Lisa Calvano, Fox School of Business, Temple University
Victor G. Devinatz, Illinois State University
Teri Domagalski, College of Business, Western Carolina University
Frank Dubois, Kogod School of Business, American University
Martin Evans, University of Toronto
Dale Fitzgibbons, Illinois State University
Suzy Fox, Graduate School of Business, Loyola University-Chicago
Julian Friedland, University of Colorado at Denver
Michael J. Gent, Wehle School of Business, Canisius College
Charles Heckscher , Rutgers University  
Raymond Hogler, Colorado State University
Larry W. Hunter, University of Wisconsin-Madison
David Jacobs, Graves School of Business and Management, Morgan State University 
Tom Kochan, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Barbara Keats , Arizona State University
Kevin Kolben , Rutgers Business School
Leon Levitt, Management and Business Ethics, Madonna University  
David Levy, University of Massachusetts-Boston
Richard Marens , California State University-Sacramento
Mike McCullough, College of Business and Public Affairs,University of Tennessee at Martin
Patrick McHugh, School of Business, The George Washington University
Gordon W. Meyer, Wehle School of Business, Canisius College
Raza Mir, William Patterson University
Latha Poonamallee, Michigan Technological University
Don Palmer, University of California-Davis
Stuart Schmidt, Fox School of Business and Management, Temple University
Robert Singh, Graves School of Business and Management, Morgan State University
Linda Smircich, Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts
Howard Stanger, Wehle School of Business, Canisius College
Micheal Stratton, Department of Economics & Management, Hood College
Sarah Stookey, Central Connecticut State University 
Judy Strauss, California State University-Long Beach
Paul M. Swiercz, School of Business, The George Washington University
Ram Tenkasi , Benedictine University  
Harry Van Buren, University of New Mexico
Maxim Voronov, Brock University School of Management
Charles Whalen , Director of Business and Economics, Utica College 
David Weil, Boston University School of Management
Judith White, Santa Clara University

Read More:

»Business Scholar Commentaries

»Responsible Employers

»The Labor Day List: Partnerships that Work

»Unions Making a Difference for Business  

 

If you are a business academic scholar and would like to add your name to the distinguished list of your peers supporting the Employee Free Choice, please send an email to: srbprogram[at]americanrightsatwork[dot]org with the words "academic support" in the subject header.  

 
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Business Scholars for the Employee Free Choice Act 

Leading business school academics support the Employee Free Choice Act.  They see it as both good for business and crucial to rebuilding the middle class. Read their statement, see the list of supporters, and learn how to sign on.

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