|Author:||James N. Dertouzos,J. Michael Polich|
|Publisher:||Rand Corp (March 1, 1989)|
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Defense for Force Management and Personnel, "R-3577-FMP. Recruiting Effects of Army Advertising.
Defense for Force Management and Personnel, "R-3577-FMP. Bibliography: p. ISBN 0-8330-0913-3. II. RAND III. United States. Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense/Force Management and Personnel. Published by The RAND Corporation. 1700 Main Street, P. O. Box 2138, Santa Monica, CA 90406-2138. James N. Dertouzos, J. Michael Polich with Anil Bamezai, Thomas Chesnutt.
This report analyzes the effects of Army advertising on recruiting. Dertouzos, James . J Michael Polich, Anil Bamezai, and Thomas W. Chesnutt, Recruiting Effects of Army Advertising, Santa Monica, Calif. It uses an econometric analysis of information describing advertising patterns for the three-year period from 1981 to 1984. A model that controls for economic conditions, local area characteristics, the magnitude and direction of recruiter effort, and levels of other recruiting resources permits identification of the independent effects of different advertising purchases on the short-run supply of high-quality enlistments in the Army. RAND Corporation, R-3577-FMP, 1989.
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This report analyzes the effects of Army advertising on recruiting. It uses an econometric analyses of information describing advertising patterns for the three-year period from 1981 to 1984.
Advertising is one of the central recruiting tools used by the military services in support of the all-volunteer force. This report analyzes the effects of Army advertising on recruiting.
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Abstract : In an empirical study of Army recruiting data, Rand concluded that demand factors such as recruiter quotas and incentives to achieve and exceed them play a critical role int h. More). Abstract : One of the principal challenges for defense managers in recent years has been to attract military recruits within a reasonable level of recruiting expenditure.
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