Research & Centers

Louis O. Kelso Fellowships

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The Louis O. Kelso Fellowships are awarded to outstanding scholars studying the topic of broadened ownership of capital in a democratic Louis O. Kelsosociety in the United States. PhD candidates, postdoctoral scholars, or visiting professors in the areas of business/economics/labor studies/management, history, law, philosophy, political science, psychology, public policy, or sociology may apply. 

Kelso Fellows Profiles

THE LOUIS O. KELSO FELLOWS FOR 2013-2014

Beyster Professorship, Fellowship, and Related Fellows Programs

are supported by a major gift from J. Robert Beyster, Mary Ann Beyster, the Foundation for Enterprise Development, and the Employee Ownership Foundation. Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations established this leading fellowship and professorship program in employee ownership and shared capitalism.

Smiley Economic History Fellowship

Robert W. Smiley, Jr. “I'm delighted to be a part of the Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations fellowship program. These young scholars will be studying the role of broad-based employee ownership in our free market economic system.  Rutgers’ initiative is an important step into the future of scholarship in this area.” – Robert W. Smiley, Jr.

J. Robert Beyster Professorship

The Beyster Professorship is SMLR’s first endowed professorship. An endowed professorship is one of the highest honors a university can bestow and is reserved for an eminent scholar whose work and research significantly advances the discipline. The Beysters’ generosity is recognition of the unparalleled level of expertise that the School of Management and Labor Relations has in the area of employee ownership, profit-sharing, and broad-based stock options.

Smiley Fellow Profile

The Smiley Fellow For 2011-2012

Stephen Adams

J. Robert Beyster Fellowships

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History

SMLR’s annual fellowship program was established with a major gift from J. Robert Beyster and Mary Ann Beyster of La Jolla, California, with a grant from the Foundation for Enterprise Development.

The Beyster Fellowships Program

The fellowships program is coordinated by two Beyster faculty fellows at Rutgers, professors Joseph Blasi and Douglas Kruse.