Neil Jacoby Chair of Management at the UCLA Anderson School of Management in Los Angeles, US
David Lewin is the Neil Jacoby Chair of Management at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, in Los Angeles, US, where his teaching focuses on human resource management, compensation and reward systems, and leadership foundations. He is faculty director of the UCLA Anderson School’s Advanced Program in Human Resource Management. Prior to joining UCLA in 1990, he was professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of business, where he directed the PhD program and the senior executive program. He holds a PhD from UCLA.
Professor Lewin’s research interests are in human resource management, business performance, conflict management, executive compensation, performance management, governance, and leadership. His recent books include Human Resource Management: An Economic Approach, The Human Resource Management Handbook, Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations (Vol. 17), and The Oxford Handbook of Participation in Organizations. He is presently working on two new books, Conflict Management in the Modern Corporation and The Dual Theory of Human Resources and Business Performance.
Professor Lewin has provided expertise as a consultant to companies worldwide, including ARCO, Mobil, American Express, Kodak, General Electric, Pfizer, Merck, Hoffman La Roche, Amgen, Dupont, IMC Global Operations, Syntex, IBM, AT&T, United Telecommunications, Oracle Corp. Xerox, General Motors, Toyota Motor Corporation, British Aerospace, Corning, The New York Times Co., Union Pacific Railroad, Anheuser-Busch, Marriott Corp., and The Walt Disney Company.