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Institutional skill trainingtraining in institutions organised for that purpose rather than onthejobwas the first of the manpower programmes of the 1960s to be mandated by Congress and applied on a nationwide basis. Its overall goal has been to improve the skills, employability and income of the...
On 1st September 1972 the International Institute of Social Economics was founded in Hull by Dr. Barrie O. Pettman. The Institute aims to assist in the development of Social Economics as a recognised discipline with a scientific foundation and accepted standards of qualification and ethics to...
In this contribution to the growing discussion of the meaning, methoddology and rationale of the socioeconomic approach we shall not reiterate the historical development of Social Economics but will concentrate on trying to stimulate discussion of the following questions
The postwar period has been one of unparallelled growth and stability in most western economies. One consequence of this performance has been increasing governmental concern with the dual problems of structural unemployment and skilled labour shortages. The concensus that both of these problems...
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