A series of papers that combine to say that labor force and productivity data systems face a problem of deterioration. They also suggest appropriate steps to strengthen these systems.
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Download 1. Introduction / National Council on Employment Policy (179 KB)
Download 2. Labor Force and Productivity Measurements: Danger Ahead? A Policy Statement / National Council on Employment Policy (1.1 MB)
Download 3. Policy Analysis and the Current Population Survey Data / Leon Taub (992 KB)
Download 4. The Hardship Consequences of Labor Market Problems / Robert Taggart (1.5 MB)
Download 5. Establishment Data and Productivity Measurements / Elliot Grossman and George Sadler (1.6 MB)
Download 6. Longitudinal Labor Market Data / Orley Ashenfelter and Gary Solon (1.1 MB)
Download 7. Summing Up (based on selective hearing) / Sar A. Levitan (552 KB)
Conference sponsored by the National Council on Employment Policy, June 17, 1982, Washington, D.C.
9780880990066 (pbk.) ; 9780880994149 (ebook)
INTERNATIONAL ISSUES; Globalization; Productivity measurement
National Council on Employment Policy, ed. 1982. What's Happening to American Labor Force and Productivity Measurements? Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. https://doi.org/10.17848/9780880994149
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