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ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS FOR INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

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Thu Jan 01 1987

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Discusses findings of a study designed to develop quantitative economic measures that can help guide the economic management of industrial education and training programs. Types of costs used to account all investments and expenditures related to industrial education and training programs; Economic risks; Cost ratios.

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ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS FOR INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

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