Myers, Charles A.
July 1963
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jul63, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p574
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the economic and administrative environment within which labor relations evolve in a developing economy. The principal goal for industrialism in newly emerging countries is to aspire to higher living standards.The economic limitations and constraints of industrialization can be low level of technology and lack of natural resources. The strategic importance of managerial and administrative personnel is emphasized. The need for a strategy of high-level human resource development is emphasized. Manpower should be imported and career training provided.


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