Public sector analysis in human resource planning: a methodological approach
Center for Human Resource Research, College of Administrative Science, Ohio State University, 1972 - Business & Economics - 244 pages
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activity levels Administration aggregate allocative efficiency analysis analyzing areas assessment changes Chapter CN rH computed cost/benefit cross-sectional data set delineated dependent variable development process economically active employed estimating examined factors framework full-time equivalent functional classification GNP per capita Government Expenditures government sector governmental Gross National Product growth health status income elasticities input/output interdependent Log aQ Manchester School Martin and Lewis matrix measures ment models o o o o pattern planners planning period population problem production coefficients production function projection proportion public expenditures public sector activities public sector employment public sector functions public services quasi-market rates ratio reasons regression relationship relative requirements revenue rH cn rH rH sample Sector Employment Elasticity sector employment shares sector operations service sector employment simply specific square kilometer statistical structure studies substantial suggest target techniques tion total employment United Nations utilization variables Wagner's Law