ERIC Number: ED039337
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
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Public-Private Manpower Policies.
Weber, Arnold R., Ed.; And Others
This book deals with the question of identifying the optimal mix between public and private programs and provides some guides concerning the appropriate role of government in the manpower area. There is a need for public manpower programs which give some long range direction to manpower policies and which give continuing emphasis to the development of institutions which will improve the overall operation of the labor market. It is also important to identify and promote complementary relationships between manpower programs and other social and economic programs. The eight articles which appear in the book are (1) "Methodology of Evaluating Social Action Programs" by Glen G. Cain and Robinson C. Hollister, (2) "Manpower Policies and Job Market Information" by Joseph C. Ullman, (3)"Private Involvement in Federal Manpower Programs" by Arnold L. Nemore and Garth L. Mangum, (4) "Manpower Planning in Private Industry" by Arthur W. Saltzman, (5) "On the Job Training of Disadvantaged Workers" by Michael J. Peore, (6) "The Welfare System as a Manpower and Rehabilitation System" by Leonard J. Hausman, (7) "Public Policies and Woman-Power" by Eli Ginzberg, and (8) "The Role of Vocational Education in the Transition from School to Work" by Jacob J. Kaufman. (BC)
Descriptors: Disadvantaged, Federal Programs, Government Role, Human Resources, Labor Force Development, Labor Market, Labor Needs, On the Job Training, Private Agencies, Public Policy, Vocational Education, Welfare Services
Industrial Relations Research Association, Social Science Building, Madison, Wisconsin 53706 ($4.50)
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Authoring Institution: Industrial Relations Research Association, Madison, WI.