Fellowships for research on employee ownership and profit sharing

Check out these fellowship opportunities, courtesy of Rutgers:

Rutgers University School of Management and Labor Relations 

Institute for the Study of Employee Ownership and Profit Sharing 

J. Robert Beyster Fellowship, Louis O. Kelso Fellowship & Other Fellowships

The Institute for the Study of Employee Ownership and Profit Sharing invites applications from doctoral students and pre/post tenure scholars for the 2021– 2022 research fellowship competition.  The fields are business, economics, finance, psychology, sociology, history, law, management, philosophy, political science, public policy, and the humanities and social sciences. Several $25,000 and $12,500 fellowships will be available for scholars from the United States, Canada, and internationally.  Stipends can be used for research, travel, or other expenses and are awarded for residence at the scholar’s home university. The analysis of all forms of broad-based employee share ownership, equity compensation, employee ownership trusts (EOTs), worker cooperatives, profit sharing, and gain sharing are welcome, with emphasis on the Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) for the Kelso Fellowships.  Submit an application with a detailed research plan to carry out the study with three letters of reference (sent separately) by April 30, 2021 for decisions by May 15, 2021 to: fellowship_program@smlr.rutgers.edu and beysterfellowships@smlr.rutgers.edu. For information, see: http://smlr.rutgers.edu/EOInstitute

See past orgtheory posts by Adria Scharf on related resources: CLEO, which has teaching resources, and a 2020 ASA panel on “The Sociology of Worker Ownership: New Data Sets and Research Approaches” with past fellows.

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