Eaton, Jack 1947-

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EATON, Jack 1947-

PERSONAL: Born September 24, 1947, in St. Asaph, Clwyd, Wales. Education: Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. (with honors), 1969; University of Warwick, M.A.; Cambridge University, Ph.D., 1992.

ADDRESSES: Home—48 Maesceinion, Aberystwyth, Wales. E-mail—[email protected].

CAREER: Vanden Berghs, Bromborough, England, personnel management trainee; Oxford University, Oxford, England, research associate and senior research fellow at St. Edmund Hall, 1971-72; University of Wales, Aberystwyth, lecturer in industrial relations, beginning 1972. Lecturer at other institutions, including University of Cranfield, 2002, North East London Polytechnic, Open University, and University of Nottingham; job analyst for local authorities.

AWARDS, HONORS: Certificate of recognition, Business Association of Latin American Studies Conference, 1989.


(With C. G. Gill and R. Morris) Industrial Relations in the Chemical Industry, Saxon House (Farnborough, England), 1978.

(With C. G. Gill) Trade Union Directory: A Guide toAll TUC Unions, Pluto Press (London, England), 1981.

Judge Bryn Roberts: A Biography, University of Wales Press (Cardiff, Wales), 1989.

(With W. Maksymiw and C. G. Gill) British TradeUnion Directory, Longman (London, England), 1990.

(With M. F. Bott, A. Coleman, and D. Rowland) Professional Issues in Software Engineering, 2nd edition, U.C.L., 1994, 3rd edition, Taylor & Francis, 2000.

Globalization and Human Resource Management in the Airline Industry, Avebury (Aldershot, England), 1996, 2nd edition, Ashgate Publishing (Brookfield, VT), 2001.

Comparative Employment Relations, Polity Press (Malden, MA), 2000.

Also author (with Nerys Fuller-Love) of Rheolaeth Adnoddau Dynol (distance learning materials; title means "Human Resource Management"), Education Resource Centre, University of Wales (Aberystwyth, Wales). Contributor to books, including Mondragon: Myth or Model?, Open University Press, 1982; and The Current State of Economic Science, Volume 4, edited by S. B. Dahiya, Spellbound Publications, 1999. Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals, including Corporate Communications, Journal of European Business Education, Inter Economics, Anglo Japanese Journal, British Journal of Industrial Relations, Political Quarterly, Personnel Review, Chemistry and Industry, Journal of Modern History, and Employee Relations.