Clifford Donn (Ph.D. 1980, Massachusetts Institute of Technology), is a professor in the department of anthropology, criminology and sociology at Le Moyne College. He has been at Le Moyne since 1982 where he was a member of and chaired the department of industrial relations and human resource management, was director of the international studies program, and served as director of the study abroad program. He has taught both graduate and undergraduate courses in the economics and education departments, in the M.B.A. program and in the integral honors program. He has held visiting positions at the University of New South Wales, the University of Western Sydney (both in Australia) and the University of Greenwich (England).
His principal research interests have been in the areas of dispute resolution, comparative trade unionism (especially focused on Australia), labor and employment issues in the ocean-going maritime industry, collective bargaining among public school teachers, and unionization and collective bargaining among part-time college faculty members. He has written and edited books on these subjects as well as publishing articles in The Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Industrial Relations, The Journal of Industrial Relations, Labour History, The Journal of Collective Negotiations in the Public Sector, Journal of Labor Research, Transportation Journal, Industrial Relations Journal, Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, The Nevada Law Journal, and The International Journal of Employment Studies, among others. He has presented papers at conferences in Australia, Canada, China, England, Ireland, Japan and the United States. He teaches courses in both the Criminology and Sociology programs.
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