Human Resource Economics and Public Policy: Essays in Honor of Vernon M. Briggs Jr
- Charles J. Whalen(Utica College)
This book pays tribute to Vernon Briggs and his enduring mark on the study of humna resources. The chapters, by his students and colleagues, explore and extend his work on employment, education and training, immigration, and local labor markets. Students and scholars of economics, public policy, and workforce development will find this volume of particular interest, as will a wider audience of policymakers and citizens interested in the national economic well-being.
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