Associate Professor, Human Resource Management
Arthur Hochner has been a valuable member of the Fox School’s faculty since 1978, after he received his Ph.D from Harvard University. Over a thousand undergraduate and graduate students have beneﬁted from his courses on power and negotiation, which rely on student participation in experiential exercises. With 18 years of hands-on union-management negotiation experience, Professor Hochner brings unique insight and perspective to the classroom. Dr. Hochner’s writings focus on employee participation in decisions, employee ownership, unemployment and job loss, and labor relations in higher education. He has published scholarly articles in Industrial Relations and Academy of Management Journal, co-authored two books and had opinion articles published in prominent newspapers such as the Philadelphia Inquirer. His service to the American Federation of Teachers was honored at its 2002 convention.
Download Dr. Hochner's white paper on Tolerating Ambiguity in the Negotiating Process.