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ERIC Number: ED022131
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 413
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Human Resources and Economic Growth, an International Annotated Bibliography on the Role of Education and Training in Economic and Social Development.
Alexander-Frutschi, Marian Crites, Ed.
In this publication, one of a series dealing with economic and social development, references to the literature on human resource development have been organized under nine major subject headings: human resources in economic development, economics of human resources, manpower requirements, rational utilization of human resources, the strategies of educational planning, general education, special education, new educational techniques, and international education exchange. With 37 subtopics, experience in many areas can be compared. A tenth section on areas and countries contains works of a descriptive, rather than analytical, nature or literature dealing with largely indigenous phenomena. Only those United States and European references having some relevance to conditions in newly industrializing areas or containing ideas adaptable to such areas have been included. Special attention has been given to the educational efforts of Japan and Mexico and to the problems, and efforts to solve them, in India and Africa. An author and organization index is included and also a list of periodicals and publishers. (aj)
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Authoring Institution: Stanford Research Inst., Menlo Park, CA.
Identifiers - Location: Africa; Asia; Canada; India; Japan; Mexico; United States; USSR