Loyola University Chicago, USA
IZA World of Labor role
Assistant Professor, Loyola University Chicago Quinlan School of Business, USA
Globalization of knowledge, contemporary issues in employment relations
PhD Management and Organizations, UCLA Anderson School of Management, 2014
"The effects of technological supervision on gig workers: Organizational control and motivation of Uber, taxi, and limousine drivers." The International Journal of Human Management (Forthcoming) (with N. Jukic, A. Varma, and S. Nestorov).
"Inter-firm mobility and return migration patterns of skilled guest workers." Journal of Population Economics 30:2 (2017) 681–721 (with B. Depew and T. A. Sørensen).
"Monopsony power and guest worker programs." Antitrust Bulletin 64 (2019): 540–565 (E. Gibbons, A. Greenman, and T. Sorensen).
"H-1B and L-1 visa-sponsored guest workers in the USA: An analysis of the strategic impact of Indian and other firms." Thunderbird International Business Review 61 (2019): 565–579 (with A. Varma).
"21st century slowdown: The historic nature of recent declines in the growth of the immigrant population in the United States." Migration Letters 15:3 (2018): 409–422 (with T. A. Sørensen).
Guest worker programs requiring employer sponsorship can expand global opportunity—and grant employers market powerPeter Norlander, June 2021Guest worker programs allow migrants to work abroad legally, and offer benefits to workers, firms, and nations. Guest workers are typically authorized to work only in specific labor markets, and are sponsored by, and must work for, a specific firm, making it difficult for guest workers to switch employers. Critics argue that the programs harm host country citizens and permanent residents (“existing workers”), and allow employers to exploit and abuse vulnerable foreign-born workers. Labor market institutions, competitive pressures, and firm strategy contribute to the effects of migration that occur through guest worker programs.MoreLess