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The Wertheim Fellowship

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The Jacob Wertheim Fellowship for the Betterment of Industrial Relationships is administered by the Labor and Worklife Program. Fellowships are awarded to support original research and publications in the broad field of labor relations and cooperation. Established in 1923 as a gift from the Wertheim family in memory of Jacob Wertheim, the fund has supported the research and publication of 55 books, and numerous papers.

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