Jasmine Kerrissey's research wins national award

Kerrissey's research on income inequality and collective rights wins the Labor and Employment Relation Association's Scoville Best International Paper Award.  

The Award was established in conjunction with the Center for Human Resources and Labor Studies at the University of Minnesota to honor retiring professor and long-time member of the LERA, James G. Scoville. The Scoville Best International Paper Award is given annually to the international and comparative employment issues paper designated by LERA paper referees as the “most outstanding” and the Award offers an annual cash prize of $500 and a plaque.