Special seminar in honour of the late Dr Sandra Cockfield

03/17/2020 11:00 am 03/17/2020 01:00 pm Australia/Melbourne Special seminar in honour of the late Dr Sandra Cockfield

Organised by the Department of Management/Centre for Global Business (CGB)'s International Consortium for Research in Employment & Work (iCREW)

Special seminar in honour of the late Dr Sandra Cockfield with two presentations:

  1. Sandra Cockfield’s research on industrial relations history: Its lessons for contemporary policy debates and developments in Australia
    Peter Sheldon, Professor, School of Management/Director, Industrial Relations Research Centre, UNSW Business School, University of NSW, Sydney
  2. Is Business Winning? President Trump’s Impact on Work and Employment Policy in the USA
    Professor Paul F. Clark, Director, School of Labor and Employment Relations, Penn State University, USA

At the seminar, there will be the launch of a portrait of Sandra and of the inaugural Sandra Cockfield Grant to support a student in our Honours program undertaking a thesis in the broad field of her interests.

Several people will speak, including Professor Ingrid Nielsen, Head, Department of Management and Associate Professor Ross Donohue, Director, Honours Programme, Department of Management.

Sandra’s colleagues, friends and other interested people are invited to attend.

There will be an informal lunch. Space is limited. If you wish to attend, RSVP as soon as possible and before 10 March 2020.

Seminar co-conveners: Greg BamberMarjorie Jerrard and Jeff Shao

Register now

Event Details

Date:
17 March 2020 at 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Venue:
Room H8.01, Monash Business School, Monash University 900 Dandenong Road Caulfield East, VIC 3145
Categories:
Management; Global Business

Description

Organised by the Department of Management/Centre for Global Business (CGB)'s International Consortium for Research in Employment & Work (iCREW)

Special seminar in honour of the late Dr Sandra Cockfield with two presentations:

  1. Sandra Cockfield’s research on industrial relations history: Its lessons for contemporary policy debates and developments in Australia
    Peter Sheldon, Professor, School of Management/Director, Industrial Relations Research Centre, UNSW Business School, University of NSW, Sydney
  2. Is Business Winning? President Trump’s Impact on Work and Employment Policy in the USA
    Professor Paul F. Clark, Director, School of Labor and Employment Relations, Penn State University, USA

At the seminar, there will be the launch of a portrait of Sandra and of the inaugural Sandra Cockfield Grant to support a student in our Honours program undertaking a thesis in the broad field of her interests.

Several people will speak, including Professor Ingrid Nielsen, Head, Department of Management and Associate Professor Ross Donohue, Director, Honours Programme, Department of Management.

Sandra’s colleagues, friends and other interested people are invited to attend.

There will be an informal lunch. Space is limited. If you wish to attend, RSVP as soon as possible and before 10 March 2020.

Seminar co-conveners: Greg BamberMarjorie Jerrard and Jeff Shao

Register now