Professor Emeritus, Management and Organizations
David Lewin (B.S. ’65, MBA ’67, Ph.D. ’71) is the author of published works on such topics as human resource strategy, human resource management practices and business performance, workplace and organizational dispute resolution, unionism and collective bargaining. He has recently called attention to the evolution of “tournament”-type pay systems in business enterprises, in which relatively high pay and prizes go to a few top executives, whereas the bulk of employees receive comparatively low pay.
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