Evaluating manpower training programs : revisions of papers originally presented at the Conference on Evaluating Manpower Training Programs, Princeton University, May 1976 / editor, Farrell E. Bloch.
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Bloch, Farrell E.
Conference on Evaluating Manpower Training Programs (1976 : Princeton University)
Économie du travail.
Manpower policy -- Evaluation.
Manpower policy -- United States -- Evaluation -- Congresses.
Occupational training -- Evaluation.
Occupational training -- United States -- Congresses.
Occupational training -- United States -- Evaluation -- Congresses.
Research in labor economics : Supplement ; 1.
vii, 351 pages : graphs ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
Foreword / Ronald G. Ehrenberg -- Introduction / Farrell E. Bloch -- A decision theoretic approach to the evaluation of training programs / Frank P. Stafford -- A sensitivity analysis to determine sample sizes for performing impact evaluation of the CETA programs / Hugh M. Pitcher -- Choice of sample size in evaluating Manpower programs: comments on Pitcher and Stafford / John Conlisk -- Estimating the effect of training programs on earnings with longitudinal data / Orley Ashenfelter -- Earnings and employment dynamics of Manpower trainees: an exploratory econometric analysis / Thomas F. Cooley, Timothy W. McGuire and Edward C. Prescott -- An evaluation of two evaluations / Ronald G. Ehrenberg -- The economic benefits from four government training programs / Nicholas M. Kiefer -- Estimates of the benefits of training for four Manpower training programs / Gordon P. Goodfellow -- Comments on Kiefer and Goodfellow / Daniel S. Hamermesh -- The labor market displacement effect in the analysis of the net impact of Manpower training programs / George E. Johnson -- Comment on "The labor market displacement effect in the analysis of the net impact of Manpower training programs" by George Johnson / Robert E. Hall -- Potential use of Markov process models to determine program impact / Hyman B. Kaitz -- Markov processes and public service employment: a comment / Michael L. Wachter -- Theoretical issues in the estimation of production functions in Manpower programs / Burt S. Barnow -- Information issues in Department of Labor program evaluation / Ernst W. Stromsdorfer -- Information issues in Department of Labor program evaluation: discussion / Michael E. Borus and Robert S. Gay.
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