Carlson School of Management

James Scoville

Scoville,James Griffin

Professor
Center for Human Resources and Labor Studies
4-177 CarlSMgmt
612/624-1579
scovi001@umn.edu


This individual has no current biography on record.

"Moral Philosophy, Business Ethics, and the Employment Relationship," with John Budd in Budd and Scoville, eds. (above).

"Non-western Ethical Frameworks," with John Lawler and Xiang Yi, in Budd and Scoville, eds., (above)

"A Theory of Jobs and Training," Industrial Relations, October 1969.

"Perspectives on Poverty and Income Distribution," DC Heath, 1971

"Remuneration in Afghan Industry," Intl. Lab. Rev., April 1969

"Manpower and Occupational Analysis: Concepts and Measurements," DC Heath 1972

"Afghan Labor Markets: A Model of Interdependence, Industrial Relations," Oct. 1974

"Organizing our Thoughts about Workers' Participation, Labour and Society," July 1980

"Was Lenin Truly Taylorized?" Industrial Relations, April 2004

Jajmani Matrix (entry on this analytical tool in the Intl. Encyc. of the Social Sciences, 2nd Ed.)

"The Taylorization of Vladimir Ilich Lenin," Industrial Relations, Spring 2001

"Status Influences in Third World Labor Markets: Caste, Gender and Custom," DeGruyter, 1991

"The Job Content of the US Economy", McGraw-Hill, 1969

"The Labor Market in Pre-revolutionary Iran", Economic Development and Cultural Change, October 1985

"The Traditional Industrial Sector: An Update on its Role and Functioning", American Journal of Economics and Sociology, July 1986

"New Tasks for the Theory of the Labor Movement: New Beginnings in Eastern Europe", Labour, Winter 1995

"Labor Market Underpinnings of a Caste Economy: Foiling the Coase Theorem", American Journal of Economics and Sociology, October 1996

"Compensation: the American Way" with Ross Azevedo, Journal of Comparative International Management, December 2001

"The Latin Model of Compensation", with Laura Moran and Nora Wilmot Ragatz, Journal of Comparative International Management, December 2001

"Segmentation in the Market for Child Labor: the Economics of Child Labor Revisited," American Journal of Economics & Sociology, July 2002

"Discarding facts - the Economics of Caste," Review of Development Economics, August 2003

"The International Labor Movement In Transition", edited with Adolf Sturmthal, Univ of Illinois Press, 1971

"Ethics of Human Resources and Industrial Relations," 2005 IRRA/LERA Research volume, edited with John Budd.

This individual is not scheduled to teach in the last, current, or next term.

Social dialogue in the commerce sector

Consultant for USAID, International Labor Office, UNDP

Vice President, Annual Program chair (1998), President (1999), International Section of the Industrial Relations Research Association

Program Committee member, Industrial Relations Research Association

Listed on the Minnesota and Iowa PERB Arbitration Rosters and FMCS Roster

Theories of the labor movement

Worker participation

Chair, International Industrial Relations Association study group on urban labor markets

Third World urban employment problems

Labor-Management arbitrator

Perspectives on Work

Human Resource Development Review

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Education

PhD, 1965
Economics
Harvard Univ.

AM, 1963
Economics
Harvard Univ.

AB, 1961
Economics
Oberlin College


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