Your degree over – or nearly over – you contemplate your next
move, rather like a game of chess. You plot your next move, you
fall into it, or someone makes you fall into it. Life is continually
like a game of chess, but checkmate – the end result – is entirely
where you or someone else decides it is to be. You can plan to move
forward and make progress, or you can feel like a pawn, moved
around a board at someone else’s bidding.
This important series makes a signi! cant contribution to the development of management
thought. This ! eld has expanded dramatically in recent years and the series provides an
invaluable forum for the publication of high quality work in management science, human
resource management, organizational behaviour, marketing, management information
systems, operations management, business ethics, strategic management and international
The main emphasis of the series is on the development and application of new original
Importantly, post-secondary education and training can provide the cognitive and
interactive skills required for good, high-paid, jobs. Analysis of data from the Current
Population Survey (CPS) indicates that occupations with a high intensity of analytic and
interactive skills tend to have large shares of workers with post-secondary education.
Moreover, occupations with a high concentration of college-educated workers have been
growing much faster than others.
Study findings from Malab MCH-FP interventions demonstrated that
family-planning programme can be successful even under unfavorable
socioeconomic conditions. Particularly critical to the success of the
Matlab experiment is the client-oriented services delivered through the
female community health workers (CHW), with supportive supervision.
Of making many English grammars there is no end; nor should there be till theoretical scholarship and actual practice are more happily wedded. In this field much valuable work has already been accomplished; but it has been done largely by workers accustomed to take the scholar's point of view, and their writings are addressed rather to trained minds than to immature learners. To find an advanced grammar unencumbered with hard words, abstruse thoughts, and difficult principles, is not altogether an easy matter.
Scholarly debates over immigration policy are conducted mainly in terms of
the effect of that policy on labor markets and economic measures of pro-
ductivity. Of principal concern is the fit between the labor-market needs of
a given nation and the composition of people immigrating to that country.
Debates over the displacement of indigenous workers are equally prevalent.
While the economic and labor-force implications of immigration and immi-
gration policy are important, they are not the...