Princeton University Industrial Relations Section

Harbison, Frederick
April 1966
ILR Review;Apr66, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p489
Academic Journal
This article provides information on research related to labor and industrial relations conducted by the faculty of Industrial Relations Section of the Princeton University, New Jersey. A major research project on factors influencing labor force participation is being continued and extended by William G. Bowen and T. A. Finegan. A broadly based study of manpower planning and the role of public employment services in such planning is completed by professor Richard A. Lester. Several studies on the critical issues in manpower policy is conducted by professor Frederick Harbison.


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