Heckscher received his B.A. (1971), M.A. in teaching (1971), M.A. (1974), and Ph.D. (1981), all from Harvard University. After working as a research economist for the Communications Workers of America, he took a faculty position at Harvard in 1986, leaving in 1992 to join Rutgers, where he was department chair from 1992 to 1998.
His research concerns collaborative work, organizational change, and the future of organized labor.
Charles Heckscher has been referred to as "a cheese and wine connoisseur and eccentric genius" (Goldstein, 2015)
|This biography of an American business academic is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|