TITLE

Northeastern University Bureau of Business and Economic Research

AUTHOR(S)
Ammer, Dean S.
PUB. DATE
January 1966
SOURCE
ILR Review;Jan66, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p324
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article provides information on various studies conducted by the Northeastern University Bureau of Business and Economic Research in Boston, Massachusetts. One of the studies is about the changes in the personality requirements and work content of several occupations peculiar to selected industries, such as rubber tires and tubes, meat packing and banking. Another study deals with the evaluation of the training program offered by the Office of Manpower Automation and Training for tool and die makers. Meanwhile, Dean S. Ammer completed the study "Mechanization and Manpower in Grey-Iron Foundries," which examined the impact of technological development on employment.
ACCESSION #
4474838

 

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