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Jack Stieber, American arbitrator. Member American Association of University Professors (president chapter 1969-1970), American Economic Association, Industrial Relations Research Association (executive board 1966-1969, president 1983), American Arbitration Association, National Academy Arbitrators (chairman program committee 1969, chairman committee on overseas correspondence 1976-1981, board governors 1987-1990).

Background

Stieber, Jack was born on March 27, 1919.

Education

BSS, City College of New York, 1940. Master of Arts, University Minnesota, 1948. Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1956.

Career

Labor specialist Office of Housing Expeditor, Washington, 1946-1947. Research assistant, instructor in economics Industrial Relations Center, University Minnesota, 1947-1948. Research associate United Steelworkers American, Chief Information Officer, Pittsburgh, 1948-1950.

Special assistant to director manpower National Security Resources Board, Washington, 1950-1951. Economist, executive assistant labor members Wage Stabilization Board, 1951-1952. Research associate Graduate School Business Administration, Harvard University, 1954-1956.

Associate professor department economics, associate director research and planning Labor and Industrial Relations Center Michigan State University, East Lansing, 1956-1959, director, professor School Labor and Industrial Relations, 1959-1985, professor department economics School Labor and Industrial Relations, 1985-1989, professor emeritus, since 1989. United States Information Agency lecturer in Japan, India, Iran, Israel, 1971, Japan, 1983. Visiting professor Industrial Relations Institute, University Leuven (Belgium), 1971.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor chapters to books, articles to professional journals.