|Author:||Stanley M. Jacks|
|Publisher:||The MIT Press; First Edition edition (June 15, 1971)|
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This is a collection of essays by colleagues and former students of Professor Brown, presented when he retired from the chair of Alfred P. Sloan Professor of Management. Articles by the following distinguished contributors cover Manpower: Policy and Practice, Collective Bargaining, and The Education of Labor Economists.
Includes bibliographical references. Critical issues in national manpower policy, by . Issues for manpower's action programs, by . Federal training programs for occupations, by . Union policies toward the admission of apprentices, by G. Strauss. Public policy and labor relations in postwar Japan, by. . Power, politics, and the prospects for collective bargaining: an employer viewpoint, by . Miller, J. Reflections on a generation of work in the field of labor economics, by .
Critical issues in national manpower policy, by C. A. Myers. Issues for manpower's action programs, by G. P. Shultz. Personal Name: Brown, Douglass V. (Douglass Vincent), 1904
Critical issues in national manpower policy, by C. Federal training programs for occupations, by D. Taylor and M. J. Piore. Public policy and labor relations in postwar Japan, by S. B. Levine. (Douglass Vincent), 1904-. Personal Name: Jacks, Stanley . ed. Rubrics: Labor policy United States Japan.
The distinguished contributors to this book pay tribute to Douglass Vincent Brown's long and fruitful tenure . The papers collected here were presented at a symposium in honor of his retirement in 1969.
The distinguished contributors to this book pay tribute to Douglass Vincent Brown's long and fruitful tenure at . as the first Alfred P.
Issues in Labor Policy. Papers in Honor of Douglass Vincent Brown. Published June 15, 1971 by The MIT Press.
O Estado De Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 1981, pp. 64-81.
I shall resist that temptation and let the readers of this book make their own judgments. All that seems necessary are a few words to explain the way The Idea of Social Structure came into existence.
Other Critical Policy Areas. End the subminimum wage. We need to fundamentally rethink our foreign policy to help America lead and shape a better world for our future. Double labor force participation rates of people with disabilities by 2030. Make inclusive education a national expectation. Eliminate the benefit cliff for Social Security Disability Insurance.