Paula B. Voos
Areas of expertise
Collective bargaining • Labor economics
Paula B. Voos, an Economic Policy Institute research associate, holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University and is the author of numerous books and journal articles. She is president of the Industrial Relations Research Association for 2003. She formerly served on the Commission on the Future of Worker Management Relations (the Dunlop Commission) which made recommendations on labor law reform in 1994. Her current research involves representation for supervisory and managerial employees and the determinants of union and nonunion wage differences.
Ph.D. in Economics, Harvard University (1982)
M.A. in Economics, Portland State University (1976)
B.A. in English, Whitman College (1971)