About Rosemary Batt
Rosemary Batt is the Alice Hanson Cook Professor of Women and Work at the Industrial and Labor Relations School, Cornell University. She received her BA from Cornell University and her Ph.D. from the Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her research interests include strategic human resource management, service sector productivity and competitiveness, work organization and teams, and labor market analysis. She has written extensively on service management strategies and the restructuring of the telecommunications services industry. She has published numerous book chapters and articles in such journals as Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Academy of Management Journal, Personnel Psychology, International Journal of Human Resource Management, and the British Journal of Industrial Relations. She is co-author of The New American Workplace: Transforming Work Systems in the United States, Cornell University Press.
Business Administration, Management, and Operations, Human Resources Management, International Business, Labor Relations, Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Ethnicity in Communication, International and Intercultural Communication, Other International and Area Studies, Inequality and Stratification, and Work, Economy and Organizations
Honors and Awards
- Academic Fellow Scholarly Achievement Award, Labor and Employment Relations Association, 2012
- HR Scholarly Achievement Award, Academy of Management, Runner-up, 2012
- HR Scholarly Achievement Award, Academy of Management, Finalist, 2011
- HR Scholarly Achievement Award: Best Paper in HR Studies, Academy of Management, 2003
- Scholar in Residence, Russell Sage Foundation, 2001-2002
- Outstanding Young Scholar Award, Industrial Relations Research Association. 2000
- Teaching Award, General Mills Award for Best Graduate Teaching, ILR School, Cornell University. 1998
- Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Nomination, Cornell Inter-Fraternity Council, 1997
- Dissertation Prize: Zenon and Clotilde Zannetos Prize for Best Dissertation, Sloan School, MIT, 1996
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The Revitalization of the CWA: Integrating Collective Bargaining, Political Action ...
Faculty Publications - Human Resource Studies (2003)
This case study of the Communications Workers of America (CWA) demonstrates the value of resource dependence and contingency organizational theories— ...
Explaining Wage Inequality in Telecommunications Services: Customer Segmentation, Human Resource ...
Faculty Publications - Human Resource Studies (2001)
This study examines factors related to within-occupation wage inequality among service and sales workers in the telecommunications industry. The author ...
Institutional Determinants of Deregulation and Restructuring in Telecommunications: Britain, Germany ...
Articles and Chapters (1997)
Virtually all countries are undergoing deregulation and privatisation of their telecommunications sectors. Yet despite the globalisation of markets, technological borrowing, ...