ILR School, Cornell University
James N. Baron
Christopher (Kitt) Carpenter
Erica L. Groshen
Till von Wachter
The editor is supported by an outstanding board of associate editors, as well as over 200 referees from academic institutions in the United States and abroad.
The journal is printed and distributed by Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. The Wiley Online Library web site provides extensive information and sample articles from the journal.
Riddell is Associate Professor at the ILR School at Cornell University. Professor Riddell conducts research that focuses on the role of institutions in understanding the workplace and labor markets. He is a recipient of the John Dunlop Award for outstanding contributions to the field of labor and employment relations, and his dissertation won both the Labor and Employment Relations Association and W.E. Upjohn Prizes. He has been a regular contributor to and member of the editorial board of Industrial Relations, and has also published in Industrial and Labor Relations Review and in influential economics journals such as the Journal of Human Resources and Journal of Public Economics. His Ph.D. is from the University of Toronto.
Riddell succeeds Steven Raphael, Professor at the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley, as editor of the journal. IRLE thanks Professor Raphael for his excellent and long service. Under his watch, Industrial Relations has maintained and strengthened its position as a top-ranked journal in its field. Raphael will continue to handle manuscripts submitted before July 1, but Riddell will handle all future submissions.
The journal continues to welcome submissions of top-quality research on current topics in industrial relations, covering any aspect of the employment relationship in the United States or abroad. It will also continue to publish occasional special issues, including an upcoming October 2015 issue commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Fair Labor Standards Act. This issue was coedited by Michael Reich and Jesse Rothstein, the director emeritus and director of IRLE.