Effect of Federal Spending on Scientists and Engineers

October 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Oct70, Vol. 93 Issue 10, p44
Academic Journal
Reports on the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' study of data sources and measurement methods used to analyze the effect of federal spending on the development of scientific and engineering manpower. Conceptual scheme for measuring the output of federal programs relevant to planning; Availability of occupational and employment data on scientists and engineers.


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