Paul Hirsch

He is Chair of the Management and Organization Department, at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. Professor Hirsch was among the first to note changes in the organization of employment (in the 1980’s) when he wrote that employers no longer reward loyalty, and predicted managers would soon act like “free agents” not bound by contracts. The changes in employment relationships, to temporary work contracts and fewer benefits for employees are consistent with this prediction. Hirsch is currently monitoring how employment relationships are changing in newly capitalist settings, in Eastern Europe and China.

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