Massachusetts Institute of Technology Industrial Relations Section

Mills, D. Q.
July 1975
ILR Review;Jul75, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p634
Academic Journal
The article focuses on various labor relation research work at the Industrial Relations Section of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge as of 1975. A research project under a contract with the Manpower Administration conducts an assessment of the manpower programs of Massachusetts that have been decentralized under the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act of 1973. Another is a Ford Foundation grant study being conducted by Michael J. Piore which deals with the dual labor markets in industrial economies.


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