Year

1994

DOI

10.17848/9780880995689

Abstract

Six essays are presented that explore human capital and its relationship to issues such as demographics, population growth, families, workplace training and economic progress.

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Download 1. Introduction / Sisay Asefa and Wei-Chiao Huang (683 KB)

Download 2. The Birth Dearth, Aging, and the Economy / Richard A. Easterlin (1.2 MB)

Download 3. Can There Be Too Much Human Capital? / D. Gale Johnson (1.5 MB)

Download 4. Human Capital Accumulation, the Family, and Economic Development / Mark R. Rosenzweig (1.6 MB)

Download 5. Can the U.S. System of Workplace Training Survive Global Competition? / Peter B. Doeringer (1.1 MB)

Download 6. Workplace Training in the United States / Ann P. Bartel (1.1 MB)

Download 7. The Very-Long-Run Effect of Human Capital on Human Progress / Julian L. Simon (1.7 MB)

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Six essays based on lectures sponsored by the Dept. of Economics, Western Michigan University, during the academic year 1992-93

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9780880991483 (cloth) ; 9780880991476 (pbk.) ; 9780880995689 (ebook)

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Human Capital and Economic Development

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Asefa, Sisay, and Wei-Chiao Huang, eds. 1994. Human Capital and Economic Development. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. https://doi.org/10.17848/9780880995689

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