Northeastern University Bureau of Business and Economic Research

Ammer, Dean S.
January 1965
ILR Review;Jan65, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p292
Academic Journal
This article focuses on the recent developments in Northeastern University Bureau of Business and Economic Research. Professor Irwin L. Herrnstadt gave a paper dealing with the implication of changing occupational structure for education and social welfare to the Advanced Administrative Institute of the Harvard Graduate School of Education (July 6-17, 1964) and to the Pine Woods Institute for leaders in social welfare planning (July 23-26, 1964).


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