Todd Dickey

Assistant Professor, Public Administration and International Affairs

Todd Dickey updated

Contact Information

400D Eggers Hall
(315) 443-1282
Curriculum Vitae
Todd Dickey CV 2019


Ph.D., Cornell University, expected December 2018


Public sector labor and employment relations, workplace conflict management and dispute resolution systems, collective bargaining and organizing, labor-management partnership, negotiation, mediation and arbitration theory and practice, labor and employment law, organization theory and change


Todd Dickey’s research and teaching interests are in the fields of public sector human resource management, labor and employment relations, and workplace conflict management.  His current research explores organizational systems for addressing workplace conflict as well as innovation and change in federal sector civil service institutions and labor relations.  Prior to graduate school, Dickey worked for several years at the Federal Trade Commission.  He is a PhD candidate in industrial and labor relations at Cornell University, and holds a Master of Arts in political science from Syracuse University and a BA from Vassar College.


Journal Article

"Integrating Unions in Integrated Conflict Management Systems," Conflict Resolution Quarterly, Volume 33(S1), pp. S45-S66, 2015

Article Manuscripts in Progress

"Being Management/Beating Management: Unions, Strategy, and Conflict Management Systems"
In preparation for submission to Industrial Relations

"Workplace Dispute Resolution in the Federal Executive Branch"
With David Lipsky

Published Reports

"Engaging Research/Engaging Cornell: Graduate Education, Public Engagement, and Cornell University’s Land Grant Mission" (January 2015) Supported by a grant from Engaged Learning + Research, Cornell University
With John Armstrong, Justine Lindemann, and Melissa Rosario

"AFL-CIO Young Worker Groups Research Project" (April 2012)
Supported by a grant from the AFL-CIO,
With Monica Bielski Boris, University of Illinois; Jeff Grabelsky, Cornell University; Ken Margolies, Cornell University; and
David Reynolds, Wayne State University