Gastwirth, Joseph L.
October 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Oct72, Vol. 95 Issue 10, p44
Academic Journal
Analyzes the factors contributing to the decline of male labor force participation in the U.S. Liberalized financial resources; Rapid expansion of full-time graduate student enrollment; Changes in the definition of labor force status instituted in 1967 by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.


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