Professor of Human Resources and Organizational Behavior and Vice-chair of the faculty at UCLA Anderson School of Management in Los Angeles, US
Christopher Erickson is professor of human resources and organizational behavior and vice chair of the faculty at UCLA Anderson School of Management in Los Angeles, US, where he teaches courses on negotiations, industrial relations, and human resource management. He is associate director of the UCLA Institute of Industrial Relations, senior associate dean for global initiatives and director of the UCLA Center for International Business Education and Research, and UCLA faculty director of the UCLA—National University of Singapore Global Executive MBA program. Prior to joining UCLA Anderson School of Management, Professor Erickson was faculty member at the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations. He has a PhD in economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a bachelor of arts degree from Yale University.
Professor Erickson’s research focuses on comparative industrial relations systems, industrial relations and labor market transformation in different regions of the world, wage determination, collective bargaining, innovations in union organizing, and skills development. His work has been published in Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations, Industrial Relations, World Development, British Journal of Industrial Relations, and Labor History.
Professor Erickson has long associations with the Labor and Employment Relations Association and the UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment.