Larry W. (Chip) Hunter is Associate Dean for the Full-Time MBA Program, and an associate professor in the Department of Management and Human Resources, at the Wisconsin School of Business.
His research interests include the effects of firms’ employment practices on both individuals and organizations, and the relationship of those practices to the use of technology, to customer segmentation strategies, and the broader environment.
He has published numerous articles on work organization in the service sector, in settings ranging from long-term nursing care to retail banking to telephone call centers. Hunter was named Outstanding Young Scholar by the Labor and Employment Relations Association in 2001.
He received his Ph.D. from the Sloan School of Management, M.I.T., where he studied human resource management and industrial relations.
Industry Studies Association
Employment Policy Research Network