New Approaches to Manpower Planning and Analysis
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.
Issues in manpower analysis
From manpower planning to labour market analysis
Manpower planning and economic development
A minimalist approach
Field of study strata and specific degrees used in Malaysian tracer study
Africa allocation approach assess assumptions average CD CD cent CM CD CM CM coefficients Colclough collected cost decisions developing countries Development Planning education and training elasticities employed employers employment and manpower Employment Survey engineering enterprises estimates expatriate expected field of study Gaborone George Psacharopoulos graduates Honours Hungary income Incomes Policy increase industrial institutions investment issues labour force labour market analysis labour market information Malaysian manpower analysis manpower development manpower forecasting manpower planners manpower planning manpower requirements Martin Godfrey ment Ministry monitoring National Manpower Nigeria non-citizen occupation output power planning primary education private sector problems public sector questionnaire rates of return Republic of Botswana Robert Lucas role salary Samuel Cohen secondary school skill acquisition social Source Statistics structural adjustment structural change Table technical tion Total tracer studies training programmes unem unemployed vocational education wage workers World Bank Zambia