Human Resources

April 1982
ILR Review;Apr82, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p457
Academic Journal
The article relates various research in progress on human resources as of April 1982. Sandra Gleason works on a project that attempts to measure the impact of changes in the legal profession's competitive environment. An extensive review is being conducted by James A. Craft regarding the social science findings on the employment of handicapped workers. Jeffrey G. Reitz examines the impact of ethnic segregation in jobs on ethnic inequality of job status and income. Interrelationship among the agricultural sector, minimum wages, and the employment of black teenage males are the subject of Robert Cotterman's research.


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