New Approaches to Manpower Planning and Analysis

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International Labour Organization, 1994 - Electronic books - 137 pages
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This study re-examines the role and relevance of manpower planning and analysis in the developing countries of Africa (notably Botwana) and Asia in the light of the imperatives of structural adjustment programmes, and explores the information needs of economies in transition in the context of a shift to market-oriented plicies. Topics covered include methodology, the role of government and the types of labour market analysis required. The book contains a suggested research agenda.
 

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Contents

Issues in manpower analysis
1
From manpower planning to labour market analysis
15
Manpower planning and economic development
27
A minimalist approach
39
Figure
45
Field of study strata and specific degrees used in Malaysian tracer study
66
The role of manpower planning in Africa in current widespread crisis conditions
71
Do continued skill shortages in Botswana imply that manpower planning has failed?
85
Information needs for the transition to labour markets
113
Proceedings of the workshop
123
Index
135
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