Research Methods and Information Sources

October 1986
ILR Review;Oct86, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p158
Academic Journal
This section presents a list of studies on research methods and information sources. These include Technical Methods and Social Processes for Analyzing Human Resource Data by Paul Salipante and Karen Golden, and Suggestions for Improving Canadian Occupational Industry Employment Data by Harry Postner and Lesle Wesa.


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