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Manpower Connection
By Eli Ginzberg

The Manpower Connection

Education and Work

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Manpower Connection by Eli Ginzberg

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This volume constitutes an achievement nowhere duplicated in the three related and critical areas of education, work, and manpower policy. It is the mature production of over a dozen years of research endeavors by the dean of manpower studies.In Part One Eli Ginzberg warns against simplistic reliance on prevailing models economic, psychological, or political. There is only tenuous evidence that enormous expenditure leads to increased social benefit. Rather, we need a more appropriate framework for analyzing human resources, and we ought to be skeptical of a theory that predicates an underlying rationalism for much, if not all, human behavior. Specifically, the author doubts that education can be a substitute for the family, cure poverty or racism, assure an individual a job, give a person a decent income, or control crime and delinquency. What it can do is help students acquire basic skills and thereby help them to live and manage their lives better. The author suggests that we ought to set realistic goals for our schools and insist on accountability.Part Two turns to work and its discontents. Ginzberg examines the changing role of women, the position of blue-collar workers, labor reforms suggested in America and abroad, and the place of the work ethic. Part Three focuses mostly on public employment policy, which can improve the manpower system but can only be a minor instrument for promoting economic growth, redistributing income, shifting consumer demand to public services, or eliminating substandard jobs. The discussion will be eagerly read as President Ford and his staff mull over ways of generating jobs for the unemployed."

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780674548107
ISBN-10: 0674548108
Format: Hardback
(230mm x 150mm x 28mm)
Pages: 288
Imprint: Harvard University Press
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Publish Date: 1-Jul-1976
Country of Publication: United States

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