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The Resource Human resources in the urban economy : Papers presented at a conference of the Human Resources Sub-committee of the Committee on Urban Economics, Resources for the Future, November 16 and 17, 1962, plus and earlier working paper, edited by Mark Perlman

Human resources in the urban economy : Papers presented at a conference of the Human Resources Sub-committee of the Committee on Urban Economics, Resources for the Future, November 16 and 17, 1962, plus and earlier working paper, edited by Mark Perlman

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Human resources in the urban economy : Papers presented at a conference of the Human Resources Sub-committee of the Committee on Urban Economics, Resources for the Future, November 16 and 17, 1962, plus and earlier working paper
Title
Human resources in the urban economy
Title remainder
Papers presented at a conference of the Human Resources Sub-committee of the Committee on Urban Economics, Resources for the Future, November 16 and 17, 1962, plus and earlier working paper
Statement of responsibility
edited by Mark Perlman
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Language
eng
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Dewey number
331.112
Index
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Literary form
non fiction
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1962
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Conference on Human Resources in the Urban Economy
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dictionaries
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1923-2006,
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  • Perlman, Mark
  • Resources for the Future
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Routledge revivals
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  • Cost and standard of living
  • Labor supply
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Human resources in the urban economy : Papers presented at a conference of the Human Resources Sub-committee of the Committee on Urban Economics, Resources for the Future, November 16 and 17, 1962, plus and earlier working paper, edited by Mark Perlman
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Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Original Title; Original Copyright; Preface; Editors's Introduction; Contents; PART I A STATEMENT OF RESEARCH SCOPE; The Economics of Human Resources in the American Urban Setting: Some Concepts and Problems, by Mark Perlman; PART II THE LABOR FORCE PERFORMANCE OF MINORITY GROUPS; Racial Factors Influencing Entry into the Skilled Trades, by F. Ray Marshall, University of Texas; Female Labor Force Mobility and Its Simulation, by John Korbel, University of Wisconsin; The White/Non-White Unemployment Differential, by Harry J. Gilman, Rutgers University; COMMENT:
  • Albert Rees, University of ChicagoJacob Mincer, Columbia University; Herbert R. Northrup, University of Pennsylvania; PART III SOME ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION PATTERNS; The Significance of Residential Preferences in Urban Areas, by John M. Richards, Texas Western College; Differences Among Consumers Attributable to Locations, by Harold W. Guthrie, University of Kentucky; Expenditures on Vacations and Pleasure Travel in New Hampshire, by Richard L. Pfister, Dartmouth College; COMMENT:; Jack L. Knetsch, Resources for the Future, Inc; J. B. Lansing, University of Michigan
  • Richard F. Muth, University of ChicagoPART IV AREA WAGE DIFFERENTIALS AND MIGRATION; The Impact of Puerto Rican Migration to the United States, by Belton M. Fleisher, University of Chicago; Occupational Wage Differentials in Major Cities During the 1950's, by Martin Segal, Dartmouth College; Labor Mobility and Wage Improvement, by Robert L. Bunting, Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa; Level and Structure in Wage Rates of the Metropolitanized Work Force, by William Goldner, University of California, Berkeley; COMMENT:; Richard A. Easterlin, University of Pennsylvania
  • W. Lee Hansen, University of California, Los AngelesRobert L. Aronson, Cornell University; J. B. Lansing; Martin Segal
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9781317332480
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(OCoLC)945552655
Label
Human resources in the urban economy : Papers presented at a conference of the Human Resources Sub-committee of the Committee on Urban Economics, Resources for the Future, November 16 and 17, 1962, plus and earlier working paper, edited by Mark Perlman
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Original Title; Original Copyright; Preface; Editors's Introduction; Contents; PART I A STATEMENT OF RESEARCH SCOPE; The Economics of Human Resources in the American Urban Setting: Some Concepts and Problems, by Mark Perlman; PART II THE LABOR FORCE PERFORMANCE OF MINORITY GROUPS; Racial Factors Influencing Entry into the Skilled Trades, by F. Ray Marshall, University of Texas; Female Labor Force Mobility and Its Simulation, by John Korbel, University of Wisconsin; The White/Non-White Unemployment Differential, by Harry J. Gilman, Rutgers University; COMMENT:
  • Albert Rees, University of ChicagoJacob Mincer, Columbia University; Herbert R. Northrup, University of Pennsylvania; PART III SOME ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION PATTERNS; The Significance of Residential Preferences in Urban Areas, by John M. Richards, Texas Western College; Differences Among Consumers Attributable to Locations, by Harold W. Guthrie, University of Kentucky; Expenditures on Vacations and Pleasure Travel in New Hampshire, by Richard L. Pfister, Dartmouth College; COMMENT:; Jack L. Knetsch, Resources for the Future, Inc; J. B. Lansing, University of Michigan
  • Richard F. Muth, University of ChicagoPART IV AREA WAGE DIFFERENTIALS AND MIGRATION; The Impact of Puerto Rican Migration to the United States, by Belton M. Fleisher, University of Chicago; Occupational Wage Differentials in Major Cities During the 1950's, by Martin Segal, Dartmouth College; Labor Mobility and Wage Improvement, by Robert L. Bunting, Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa; Level and Structure in Wage Rates of the Metropolitanized Work Force, by William Goldner, University of California, Berkeley; COMMENT:; Richard A. Easterlin, University of Pennsylvania
  • W. Lee Hansen, University of California, Los AngelesRobert L. Aronson, Cornell University; J. B. Lansing; Martin Segal
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ocn945552655
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9781317332480
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unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)945552655

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