Derek Jones, Professor of Economics, Hamilton College
He has published over 110 articles in refereed journals and chapters in edited volumes. In addition, he has written or edited eight books including the first six volumes in the series Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and Labor Managed Firms. He has also served on the editorial boards of several journals and acted as a consultant for several international bodies.
Currently he is Research Director,
Economics, Mondragon Cooperative Academic Community (MCAC), Mondragon
University, a Research Fellow at the Davidson Institute, University of
Michigan, a Research Fellow SKOPE (Oxford) and a 2011 Faculty Fellow and Mentor in the Beyster - Professorship, Fellowship, and Related Fellows Program at the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers University. He is formerly Visiting
Professor at the Helsinki School of Economics, Pembroke College (Oxford),
Hitotsobashi University, the London Business School, Visiting Scholar at
Cambridge University, Research Fellow at Manchester University and Warwick
University, and Visiting Fellow at Copenhagen Business School, the
Arbetslivcentrum (Stockholm) and the European University Institute,
(Florence). From 1978-1996 he was an Associate Fellow of the Program on
Participation at Cornell.
I have taught a variety of undergraduate courses at Hamilton and also some graduate modules at different institutions. Courses include: Labor Economics; Comparative Economic Systems; senior thesis; Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory; Workers' Participation in Management and Self-Management; Industrial Relations; Economics of Development; History of Economic Thought; Approaches to Political Economy; Comparative Industrial Relations; Introductory Economics (Macro, Micro and both in one semester); Economics of Transition; Human Resource Management Policies; Economics of Transition.
As part of teaching at Hamilton I have worked closely with many undergraduates and I have also supervised many undergraduate theses. About half a dozen of these have resulted in publications with undergraduates. I have also supervised many Masters dissertations and been a member of or external examiner for several Ph.D. dissertations.