Memphis State University and the University of Mississippi Center for Manpower Studies

Schriver, William R.
July 1975
ILR Review;Jul75, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p634
Academic Journal
The article focuses on various labor relation research works at the Memphis State University in Memphis, Tennessee and the University of Mississippi Center for Manpower Studies in Oxford, Mississippi as of 1975. A quantitative and qualitative study will be undertaken to establish meaningful data for manpower planning in the Tennessee Valley Region. Another study, entitled "The Migration Process and the Stock of Human Capital in Tennessee: Training and Development Implications," examines the process of migration from 1965 to 1970 in Tennessee. The migration data should determine the qualification of those leaving the state and those entering the state.


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