Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ recently announced fellowships to study employee ownership and profit-sharing. A quick headline and summary below:
Rutgers Awards Fellowships to Study Contributions of Employee Ownership, Profit-Sharing to Business Success
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – It is well-documented that companies in which workers have a financial stake through profit-sharing and employee stock ownership can benefit from higher economic performance and productivity than otherwise comparable firms that do not follow those practices. To study the role that shares can potentially play in the success of firms, as well as the evolving social and economic structure of the corporation and the future of American business, Rutgers’ School of Management and Labor Relations (SMLR) has appointed 18 new research fellows…
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Additional information about the Fellowships can be found on the Rutger’s School of Management and Labor Relations website.
In May, the Employee Ownership Foundation announced this year’s Louis O. Kelso Fellows. The Louis O. Kelso Fellowships are awarded to scholars studying broadened ownership of capital in the U.S. The Fellowships are part of the national fellowship program on employee stock ownership of the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University. You can find additional information here.