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Published by Johns Hopkins Press in Baltimore .
Written in English

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  • United States.

Subjects:

  • United States.,
  • Occupational retraining -- United States.

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Statementby Garth L. Mangum.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD5724 .M237
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 184 p.
Number of Pages184
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5615618M
LC Control Number68023905

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MDTA: foundation of Federal manpower policy by Garth L Mangum Labor economics Labor policy Labor supply Latin Americans--Employment Levitan, Sar A Mangum, Garth L Manpower Manpower policy Mechanics (Persons) Mangum, Garth Leroy. 맨굼, 가트 맨굼, 가트 L. The "needed directions" discussed are those in the Gelds of research for curriculum development for job-related education. MANGUM, GARTH L. MDTA, foundation of Federal manpower policy. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, p. An evaluation of the Manpower Development and Training Act of , and all of the amendments of this Act through MDTA: Foundation of Federal Manpower Policy by Garth L. Mangum; Manpower Strategy for the Metropolis by Eli Ginsberg, Conservation of Human Resources Staff, Columbia University; The Mission of Manpower Policy by E. Wight Bakke; Policy Papers in Human Resources and Industrial Relations ; The Design of Federal Antipoverty Strategy by Sar A. Levitan; Making Sense of Federal Manpower Policy . As a part of a larger project under grant from the Ford Foundation to evaluate federal manpower policies and programs, this evaluation of the training efforts under Title II of the Manpower Development and Training Act (MDTA) made use of data provided by the Departments of Labor and Health, Education, and Welfare. By the end of fiscal ,

  The modern era of manpower law opened with the Area Redevelopment Act of , a statute based on the “right” of geographical areas to equal economic development. The Area Redevelopment Administration (ARA) was established to direct federal money and training funds to depressed areas and was expected to play a substantial role in achieving. MDTA Police will perform problem solving oriented policing for a geographic and culturally diverse population. The MDTA Police will work to preserve freedom, uphold democracy, and provide a safe and a secure environment for the public and our co-workers, through professional law enforcement services. Goals: Secure transportation infrastructuresFile Size: 6MB. (3) A Division of Manpower was created in to sponsor apprenticeship and on-the-job training and to deal with manpower problems. (4) An Office of Manpower Development and Training was created to administer the institutional phase of the Manpower Development and Training Act (MDTA). Federal constitutional authority to raise revenue and control commerce among the states governed development of labor market policy in the United States. Labor market support initiatives usually have been forged in difficult economic times with contributions and compromise from the full political spectrum.