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Neil W. Chamberlain is the Armand G. Erpf Professor (now Emeritus) of the Graduate School of Business, Columbia University. He has also held the chair in management economics in the Department of Economics at Yale University. His professional interests began with industrial relations and labor economics and have subsequently extended to the economies of the firm and corporate planning, national planning, and most recently social values and corporate social responsibility, as reflected in the titles of some of his twenty-two books: The Union Challenge to Management Control, The Labor Sector, The Firm: Micro-Economic Planning and Action, Private and Public Planning. Enterprise and Environment. The Place of Business in America's Future: A Study in Social Values. The Limits of Corporate Responsibility, and Remaking American Values: Challenge to a Business Society.

He is a past president of the Industrial Relations Research Association and was director of the Program in Economic Development and Administration of the Ford Foundation from 1957 to 1960. He has served on the board of editors of the American Economic Review, the editorial council of Management International, and the board of trustees of the Columbia Journal of World Business.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Industries Social aspects United States, Corporations Social aspects United States, Industrial organization United States, Industrial management United States