Studies in Human Capital
Edward Elgar Publishing, 1 янв. 1993 г. - Всего страниц: 419
Studies in Human Capital, the first volume of Jacob Mincer's essays to be published in this series, assesses the impact of education and job training on wage growth. It offers an authoritative study of the effects of human capital investments on labor turnover and the impact of technological change on human capital formation.
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Investment in human capital and personal income distribution
The distribution of labor incomes a survey
Human capital and earnings
HUMAN CAPITAL WAGE GROWTH LABOUR TURNOVER AND UNEMPLOYMENT
Onthejob training costs returns and some implications
Labor mobility and wages
Wage changes in job changes
Education and unemployment
Job training costs returns and wage profiles
TECHNOLOGY AND THE DEMAND FOR HUMAN CAPITAL
Human capital and economic growth
Wage structures and labor turnover in the United States and Japan
Human capital responses to technological change in the labor market
Human capital technology and the wage structure what do time series show?
Job training wage growth and labor turnover
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