Dip Law LPAB; MLLR Syd; PhD Syd
H03 - Institute Building
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia
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Stephen Clibborn is a Lecturer in the University of Sydney Business School in the Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies. He is also an experienced employment lawyer.
Stephen's core research interests are in the area of international management in multinational corporations, with a particular focus on the influence of politics and power on the international transfer of practices between different institutional and market settings.
He has extensive industry experience including in Australia as a senior associate in a national commercial law firm, and in the United States as a legal manager in the headquarters of a multinational corporation in the fast moving consumer goods sector, as well as in a not-for-profit organisation representing the interests of low-waged and unemployed workers.
Stephen teaches in both the undergraduate and postgraduate programs of the Business School.
Dr Stephen Clibborn is mentioned in the Workplace Express article about a recent paper he co-authored on enterpise bargaining that preceeded a major agreement covering casino workers.
Dr Stephen Clibborn warns that the closure of Holden and the downfall of the automotive industry may be greater than many anticipated.
Real pain but effects will be temporary 12 Dec 2013
Australian Financial Review
Dr Stephen Clibborn was quoted in the Australian Financial Review about the impact of Holden's decision on the economy.
Holden's departure from Australia may be the card that brings the nation's entire manufacturing house down, according to the University of Sydney Business School's Dr Stephen Clibborn and Professor Russell Lansbury, who have studied the sector extensively.
Dr Stephen Clibborn was quoted in Bloomberg about Holden's decision on the resources sector.
- International business management
- Multinational corporation headquarters-subsidiary relations
- International comparison of management, organisations and employment relations
- Organisational change
- Legal regulation of work