Carola FregeResearch Fellow:
- London School of Economics, London
- Comparative employment relations Trade unions Industrial democracy Migration and racism
Carola Frege is a Professor of Employment Relations at the LSE. Frege’s research has focused on the social science traditions within employment research; union revitalization strategies, and the transformation and workings of industrial democracy (social partnership and trade unions) in Western and Eastern Europe, as well as in the USA. She has published widely in refereed journals such as the British Journal or Industrial Relations, Industrial Relations, and Work, Employment and Society. She is the author of ‘Employment Research and State Traditions: A Comparative History of Britain, Germany and the United States’ (Oxford University Press 2007), and ‘Social Partnership at Work’ (Routledge 1999). Frege co-edited ‘Varieties of Unionism: Comparative Strategies for Union Renewal’ (Oxford University Press 2004) and ‘Comparative Employment Relations in the Global Political Economy’ (Routledge 2013), both with John Kelly. Frege is also the current chief editor of the British Journal of Industrial Relations.