The Case for Positive Adjustment Policies: A Compendium of OECD Documents, 1978/79
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 1979 - Agriculture and state - 139 pages
In June 1978, the OECD Council agreed on some general orientations for policies in Member countries to facilitate structural adjustments in their economies needed to sustain faster economic growth. This compendium, published June 1979, presents the main OECD documents related to its work on positive adjustment policies since early 1978.
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THE EMPLOYMENT MANPOWER AND SOCIAL ASPECTS OF
POSITIVE ADJUSTMENT POLICIES IN THE INDUSTRY SECTOR
Policies that may seek to Supplement Market
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