This book provides a description of a number of institutional features of the U.S. labor market and prompts an analytical debate about the origins of the institutions it describes and their significance for the operation of the U.S. economic system.
Table of Contents
Preface, Introduction, Internal Labor Markets and Manpower Analysis: A Second Look, 1. Introduction, PART ONE: The Theory of Internal Labor Markets, 2. The Origins of the Internal Labor Market, 3. The Allocative Structure of Internal Labor Markets, 4. Wage Determination Within the Internal Labor Market, PART TWO: Manpower Analysis, 5. Manpower Adjustment and Labor Market Imbalances, 6. Technological Change and Adjustments in Job Content, 7. Racial Discrimination in Internal Labor Markets, 8. Low-Income Employment and the Disadvantaged Labor Force, 9. Summary and Conclusions, Index
Peter B. Doeringer and Michael J. Piore