Sarosh Kuruvilla is currently Professor of Industrial Relations Asian Studies and Public Affairs at Cornell University, and also Professor at the London School of Economics. He joined Cornell’s faculty in 1990 after obtaining a doctorate in business administration from the University of Iowa in 1989, and after a career as a labor relations manager in the industry.
Professor Kuruvilla’s research interests focus broadly in the area of comparative industrial relations and specifically on the linkages between industrial relations policies and practices, national human resource policies and practices and economic development policies. His recent research has been concerned with developing policy approaches to improving national skills development, skills up-gradation and labor policy. He serves as a consultant to many international agencies, governments, and has authored a large number of refereed journal articles on labor and human resource policies.