New York University Institute of Labor Relations

Stein, Bruno
April 1972
ILR Review;Apr72, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p463
Academic Journal
This article reports on research programs conducted by New York University's Institute of Labor Relations. The Institute's Public Assistance Project focuses on relationships between unemployment and relief recipient rates and on a survey of public-assistance economics. The project's lead researchers are B. Stein, P. S. Albin, and H. Kelijian. The subject of adult and continuing education, in cooperation with the University's Urban Center, is also mentioned. "Recurrent Education: An Alternative?" is a study that will be published in H. J. Walberg's, "Rethinking Urban Education."


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