About the Author
Bruce E. Kaufman is Professor of Economics and Senior Associate of the W.T. Beebe Institute of Personnel and Employment Relations at Georgia State University. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Professor Kaufman has authored several dozen articles on labor markets, industrial relations, and human resource management in scholarly journals and has written or edited eight books. His book, The Origins and Evolution of the Field of Industrial relations in the United States, won the "Best book in Labor Economics and Industrial relations" award in 1992. Professor Kaufman's research interests include wage determination, the economics of firm employment practices, labor law, collective bargaining, behavioral and institutional economics, and the history of thought in labor economics.
David Lewin taught composition at UC Berkeley and at SUNY Stony Brook, and later taught music theory at Yale and Harvard Universities. His music-theoretic writings include many articles and two previous books: Generalized Musical Intervals and Transformations (1987), and Musical Form and
Transformation (1993). He was the recipient of honorary degrees from the University of Chicago and from the New England Conservatory of Music for his work in music theory.