Andrew J. Nathanson Family Professor of Industrial Relations
Sarosh Kuruvilla is Cornell University's Andrew J. Nathanson Family Professor of Industrial Relations, Asian Studies, and Public Affairs. He is also a visiting professor at the London School of Economics. He joined Cornell's faculty in 1990 after obtaining a doctorate in business administration from the University of Iowa in 1989, and after a career as a labor relations manager in India.
Kuruvilla's recent research concerns developing policy approaches to improving national skills development, skills up-gradation and labor policy. His research has informed government policy and practice across Asia. He serves as a consultant to many international agencies and global corporations and has authored many refereed journal articles on labor and human resource policies and practices.
Geographic Research Area: Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, China, and India
Teaching/Research Interests: Comparative industrial relations, industrial relations policies and practices, national human resource policies and practices, and economic development policies