Ph D, Harvard University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Public Policy, 1987.
MA, Harvard University, John. F. Kennedy School of Government, Public Policy, 1985.
BS, Cornell University, Industrial and Labor Relations, 1983.
Other, University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Economics, 1981.
Technical Advisory Board
Served as a member of a 7 person advisory council to this multi-university initiative sponsoring research and outreach on workplace health issues.
Served as mediator to labor / management groups and labor unions in the construction, government, and manufacturing sectors.
Appointed as a founding board member of the Industry Studies Association, the successor organization to the Sloan Foundation Industry Studies Program.
Public Policy, US Department of Labor, Washington, DC. (January 2, 2013 - August 1, 2013).
Senior Research Fellow and Co-Director, Transparency Policy Project, Harvard Kennedy School of Government. (2001 - Present).
Faculty Member / Fellow, Harvard Law School Labor and Worklife Program. (1987 - Present).
Nomination as Wage and Hour Administrator, US Department of Labor, Service, Professional. (September 10, 2013).
Nominated by President Barack Obama
Selected by first year MBA students, cohort C, as favorite professor
Selected to participate in an NAS Panel on disclosure of information on food safety.
(for the book, "A Stitch in Time: Lean Retailing and the Transformation of Manufacturing.")